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Probation terminated in 2 cases

December 5, 2012
Salem News

LISBON - In Columbiana County Common Pleas Court probation against Rachel Lawson was dishonorably terminated and she was sentenced to nine months in Marysville Reformatory for Women. She was credited with 49 days served. Lawson, 22, Independence Square, Wellsville, had been previously convicted of theft for having a bank card belonging to Rebecca Meredith in 2009.

Probation against Andrew P. Sarna III, 33, Seigler Road, Salineville, was dishonorably terminated and he was sentenced to six months in jail for a previous breaking and entering conviction. Sarna's new sentence is to run at the same time as one he his currently serving in the Mahoning County Jail. His previous conviction was for breaking into another Seigler Road home and taking coins, a knife and watches in 2008.

The grand jury in late November issued no bills of indictment for Gerald E. Greathouse and Brian Buckley.

Greathouse, 60, 18th Street Heights, Wellsville, according to Municipal Court documents, was accused of felonious assault after reportedly admitting to deputies that he shot Gideon Gordon and added the statement that he should have killed him.

Buckley, 19, Wood Street, East Palestine, had been accused of domestic violence for allegedly pinning Erin Quinones to a bed.

 
 

 

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