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December 14, 2012
Salem News

LISBON - In Columbiana County Municipal Court Thursday, Alex Cook, 19, Silliman Street, New Waterford, was bound over to the Columbiana County Common Pleas Court grand jury on charges of breaking and entering and two counts of receiving stolen property. Court documents allege Cook along with William McMillan took a truck from Boardman and wrecked it while mud bogging on the property of Dale Hill, Millrock Road, New Waterford. They then dismantled it.

Additionally, the two men allegedly broke into the New Waterford Fire Department on Nov. 28 and took more than $100 from the chief's office. Finally, the two reportedly were found to have a Holland Tractor taken from the home of Dale Hill. McMillan was bound over earlier this week.

Harold G. Bell Jr., 50, Maple Street, Salem, was bound over to the grand jury on a felony OVI after reportedly nearly striking a Salem police cruiser head on while driving on East Pershing Street extension on Bell's birthday, Dec. 4. Bell has two previous OVI convictions.

Tommy J. Lemasters, 36, Malone Road, Salineville, was fined $775, sentenced to three days in jail, required 40 hours community service and had his license suspended for six months for OVI first offense and speeding.

Brandon E. Evans, 20, Broadway, Wellsville, was fined $400 and required 40 hours community service for domestic violence, obstructing official business and resisting arrest. Court documents claim Evans on Nov. 26 assaulted Ashley Shenton and took her car from their home. He refused to cooperate with police attempting to take him into custody and gave them a fake age.

Robert E. Lockhart, 47, Riffle Road, New Waterford, was fined $300 and sentenced to 83 days in jail for obstructing official business and resisting arrest. An aggravated menacing charge was dismissed. Lockhart reportedly was at Big Dog's Bar, East Palestine, on Dec. 6 and refused to cooperate with police who initially asked him to talk to him.

Samson A. Crowl, 28, Cherry Street, Salem, was fined $250 and required 40 hours community service for driving under suspension.

Sean R. Burnett, McAllister Road, Lisbon, was fined $150 for disorderly conduct for threatening to shoot Christopher Rupert if he did not pay the veterinarian bill for Burnett's dog, which Rupert admitted to shooting earlier in the day.

Gino W. Albright, 31, East Third Street, Salem, was fined $100 for disorderly conduct amended from assault. A criminal damaging charge was dismissed. Court documents state Albright kicked Stephanie L. Reed in the back of the head three times, while she was on the floor; grabbed her by the hair and pushed her out the front door of the home.

An arraignment for Nancy A. Dickson, 47, Maple Hill, Salineville, was reset for Dec. 18 after she reportedly appeared Thursday on charges of OVI first offense and open container, but was found in contempt of court. She was sent to Salem Community Hospital for detoxification.

A Dec. 27 pretrial was set for Howard A. Lightner, 32, Foundry Hill Road, Salineville, charged with receiving stolen property for allegedly having a grandfather clock from a home on Rollercoaster Road, Lisbon.

A Feb. 4 pretrial was set for Daniel K. Duncan, 34, Haiti Road, Salineville, charged with criminal damaging and four counts domestic violence. Duncan is accused of hitting and punching his brothers, father and mother before breaking a television and PS3 belonging to one of his brothers.

A Feb. 11 pretrial was set for Anthony W. Atkinson II, 32, Cliff Drive, Salem, charged with driving under suspension and speeding.



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