LISBON - In Columbiana County Municipal Court on Tuesday, Robert Stephenson, 76, East Main Street, East Palestine, was bound over to the Columbiana County Common Pleas Court grand jury on an assault charge. Stephenson is accused of shoving East Palestine Patrolman Tom Wire on Sept. 2.
Jacob D. Keenan, 20, Quay Road, Negley, was fined $975, sentenced to three days in jail, had his license suspended for six months and required 20 hours community service for OVI first offense, failure to reinstate a license and failure to control.
William E. Fry, 72, Grafton Road, Leetonia, was fined $400, sentenced to 10 days in jail and had his license suspended for a year for failure to control and reckless operation amended from OVI second offense for a one-vehicle traffic crash in September 2011.
Francis V. Whalen, 25, Youngstown, was fined $400 and required 40 hours community service for assault and disorderly conduct. Two additional assault charged were dismissed with prejudice. Whalen was accused of screaming in Kory Whitman's face and then attempting to punch her while she was holding his children, ages 3 and 18 months. His actions caused her to fall onto the sidewalk and drop the children also onto the sidewalk, which injured the 3-year-old.
Michael P. Schneller, 28, Saltwell Road, Lisbon, was fined $350 and required 30 hours community service for assault and disorderly conduct. Court documents state Schneller on Sept. 21 he struck Mary Shaulis in the nose and pushed her. Then he refused to cooperate with police, threw down his own glasses and came aggressively toward police.
Richard C. Brendlinger Jr., 39, West Washington Street, Lisbon, was fined $250 and required 30 hours community service for domestic violence for tossing a table over at his wife and threatening to shoot her and himself while holding a firearm.
Michael W. Eberhardt, 21, Columbia Street, Leetonia, was fined $200 for drug paraphernalia for a glass pipe on Aug. 25.
Forrest Patterson, 31, Lincoln Avenue, East Liverpool, was fined $200 for no license amended from driving under suspension and for disorderly conduct amended from possession of marijuana. He was found indigent and the fines were waived.
Rachel C. Sampson, 37, Boardman, was fined $150 and required 20 hours community service for passing bad checks. Sampson wrote an unfunded check on April 1 to Cindy Guterba for $780.
Isaac LeMasters, 42, Salineville Road, Salineville, was fined $300 and required 30 hours community service for failure to reinstate his license and resisting arrest after he refused for several minutes to be taken into custody on a warrant.
Terria L. Icard, 36, Woodland Avenue, Salem, was fined $100 and sentenced to three days in jail plus 27 days electronically monitored house arrest for falsification. Icard forged a signature and put false hours on her community service time sheet turned into the court.
Irene Thomas, 35, Dillonvale, was fined $100, sentenced to one day in jail and required 30 hours of community service for theft. A restitution hearing was set for Nov. 6. court documents state Thomas took merchandise from the BP gas station in Lisbon on Aug. 10.
Joseph McCaskey, Macklin Road, New Waterford, was fined $100 and sentenced to 30 days in jail for persistent disorderly conduct amended from domestic violence for punching Teresa McCaskey and threatening to shoot her.
David H. Stokes II, 52, West Washington Street, Lisbon, was fined $100 for driving under FRA suspension.
Stephen J. Montella, 51, Campbell, was fined $100 for unsafe vehicle amended from speeding.
David W. Bailey Jr., 48, Mccoy Avenue, East Liverpool, was fined $25 for use of unauthorized plate.
Paula A. Bentfield, 52, North Walnut Street, East Palestine, was sentenced to continue mental health counseling and fines were waived for disorderly conduct amended from domestic violence. Bentfield had threatened to kill a family member.
Denver Stonestreet, 22, Whinnery Road, Winona, was found not guilty of open container following a court trial.
An Oct. 9 pretrial was set for Travis J. Beiling, 29, West Main Street, Washingtonville, charged with domestic violence. Beiling allegedly slapped his wife in the face and shoved her into a stove Monday.
An Oct. 23 pretrial was set for Amy J. Oates, 34, East Main Street, Salineville, charged with obstructing official business and disorderly conduct while intoxicated. Court documents allege Oates refused to remain quiet while police investigated, then banged her head off the cruiser window and spit on it after she was arrested.
An Oct. 30 pretrial was set for Michael P. Esenwein, 27, West Salem Street, Columbiana, cited with driving under suspension for failure to pay child support.
An Oct. 30 pretrial was set for Amber K. McCombs, 37, Trinity Church Road, Lisbon, charged with OVI first offense, reckless operation and failure to control.
An Oct. 30 pretrial was set for James M. Bowersock, 25, Clarkson Road, Rogers, charged with OVI first offense and lane violation.
A Nov. 1 pretrial was set for Daniel R. Ree, 49, McClure Avenue, East Palestine, charged with drug paraphernalia, possession of drugs and speeding. According to court documents, Ree was stopped last Thursday on East Taggart Street in East Palestine and allegedly found to have a small bottle of K2/Spice, a marijuana smoking pipe and two prescription bottles containing multiple pills in the vehicle. Ree was fined $50 and required 50 hours community service for driving under a child support suspension amended from driving under suspension.
A Nov. 1 pretrial was set for Lawrence E. Hall III, 32, West Cambridge Street, Alliance, cited with driving under FRA suspension and failure to control.
A Nov. 13 pretrial was set for Wade A. Hayes, 29, Girard, cited with commercial speeding.
A Nov. 26 pretrial was set for Michael J. Hagan, 35, Andrew Avenue, Salem, charged with physical control.
A failure to control citation against Eric S. Stanbro, 43, Malvern, was dismissed with prejudice.