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March 12, 2013
Salem News

LISBON - In Columbiana County Municipal Court on Monday a March 18 preliminary hearing was set for Daniel S. Bussard, 35, West Main Street, Washingtonville, charged with domestic violence. According to court documents, Bussard attempted to harm his wife, leaving lumps on her forehead, a lump above her left ear and a bite mark on her arm. Additionally, he allegedly had a broken hand and marks on his neck from striking his wife on Saturday.

Jerry Metze, 65, Park Avenue, New Waterford, pleaded no contest to attempted sexual imposition. Sentencing is set for April 1. According to court documents, on Friday Metze attempted to engage in sexual activity with a woman, pinning her arms back by her wrists, kissing her on the face and neck, attempting to get her to touch parts of his body, grabbing her again after she got away and sliding his hand up the back of her shirt.

Stephen T. Vishak, 19, last known address Columbia Street, Salem, pleaded no contest to assault and violating a temporary protection order for knocking a boy to the ground and punching him several times on Jan. 26. At the time of the assault, the boy was there with a girl, who Vishak has been ordered to stay away from. Sentencing is set for March 26.

Larry G. Evans, 42, Lisbon Canfield Road, Leetonia, was fined $1,030, had his license suspended for three years and was sentenced to 180 days starting immediately for failure to comply and a seat belt violation. Court documents state Evans fled from a highway patrol trooper onto Mattix Road and Steubenville Pike Road before pulling into a private driveway and running into a wooded area on Nov. 5.

Additionally a March 28 pretrial was set for Evans, who is also charged with driving under FRA suspension, falsification, carrying a concealed weapon and disobeying a police order. Evans is accused of giving Washingtonville police a false name and social security number to avoid a warrant in 2005, running from East Palestine police in 2005 and leaving a knife in his car at that time.

Steven D. Adams, 51, East State Street, Salem, was fined $925, sentenced to three days in jail, had his license suspended for six months and required 30 hours community service for OVI first offense and speeding.

David L. Spencer Jr., 26 Kibler Road, New Waterford, was fined $750, sentenced to three days in jail, had his license suspended for six months for OVI first offense and traffic control devices citation.

Gabriel Jacobs, 21, Washington School Road, New Cumberland, W.Va., was fined $735, had his license suspended for 180 days and sentenced to 20 days in jail for OVI first offense, seat belt violation and failure to control.

Michael J. Perline, 37, Cortland, was fined $705, sentenced to 20 days in jail and had his license suspended for 180 days for OVI first offense and failure to control.

Joseph R. Kee, 24, Gilson Road, Salem, was fined $700, had his license suspended for 180 days, sentenced to 20 days in jail and required 50 hours community service for OVI first offense and traffic control devices.

Daniel L. Benton, 37, East Lincoln Way, Lisbon, was fined $400 and required 30 hours community service for assault amended from domestic violence and no license amended from driving under suspension. Benton was accused of pushing his wife onto the bed and punching her three or four times.

Eric D. White, 19, Winona Road, Salem, was fined $400 and required 40 hours community service for underage consumption.

Michael E. Neeld, 25, West Main Street, New Waterford, was fined $200, sentenced to 34 remaining days in jail and required 60 hours community service for theft and failure to yield. According to court documents, Neeld entered the site of a cell phone tower and cut copper ground wires from the location before selling them to a scrap yard in Youngstown.

Crystal A. Kind, 21, West 16th Street, Salem, was fined $150 for unsafe vehicle amended from failure to control.

Michael L. Mick, 56, Fairview, W.Va., was fined $150 for lighted lights required amended from commercial speed.

Craig Minor, 20, West Ely Street, Alliance, was fined $100 and had his license suspended for 180 days for marijuana possession. Court documents claim Minor had less than 200 grams of marijuana at the Foxes Den in Salem.

William Tomlin, 19, Columbia Street, Salem, was fined $100 and had his license suspended for 1800 days for marijuana paraphernalia for an orange pipe in his car.

Shanna E. Gilbert, 22, South Main Street, Columbiana, was fined $100 for unsafe vehicle amended from speeding.

Robert McNeely, 35, state Route 172, East Rochester, was fined $50 for unauthorized plates and failure to display a valid sticker. A driving under suspension citation was dismissed.

A possession of a controlled substance charge against Joseph M. Blake, 21, Foulks Drive, East Liverpool, was dismissed on a motion of the state. Blake had been accused of having both a marijuana roach and a baggie of suspected crack cocaine in his pocket on March 4.

A drug abuse charge against Michelle Peuterbaugh, 39, state Route 9, Hanoverton, was dismissed. Peuterbaugh allegedly had Oxycodone, which she told a sheriff's deputy about when she was stopped on a warrant on Jan. 26. The charge was refiled as a possession of a dangerous drug charge and combined with another case where she faces charges of drug paraphernalia and two other counts of possession of dangerous drug for alleged Gabapentin and Promethazine Hydrochloride.

A driving under suspension charge was dismissed against Timothy F. Boafor, 32, Youngstown.

A March 14 pretrial was set for Jacob D. Keenan, 21, Quay Road, Negley, cited with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct for allegedly walking while intoxicated on Chippewa Trail, Negley, then cursing and becoming combative when police at first asked him to stop then tried to take him into custody.

A March 18 pretrial was set for Jason C. Sorrentino, 28, last known address Woodland Avenue, Salem, cited with receiving stolen property for allegedly on Sept. 19 having a bicycle in his possession which had been reported stolen.

A March 18 pretrial was set for Travis Jeffery, 33, Washington Street, Salem, charged with domestic violence after allegedly striking his girlfriend, Roxanne Parrish, in the head on Friday at their home.

An April 15 pretrial was set for Jeffery D. Matthew, 37, Malvern, cited with emergency vehicles proceeding cautiously. Matthew is accused of making a left turn into a private driveway off South Lincoln avenue at the same time his vehicle was being passed by an ambulance driven by Joseph Walker and owned by KLG. A patient was being transported in the ambulance, which struck Matthew's vehicle.

An April 15 pretrial was set for April D. House, 38, West Chestnut Street, Lisbon, cited with obstructing official business for allegedly hiding the identity of a person police believed to by Larry Evans, when they came to her home looking for him on Friday.

An April 16 pretrial was set for Katrina M. Stanko, 41, Warren, charged with OVI first offense and speeding.

An April 22 pretrial was set for Michael E. Mayer, 19, Unity Line Road, New Waterford, was cited with underage consumption after East Palestine police were called to a home on Leake Street regarding loud music and underage drinking on Friday.

An April 22 pretrial was set for Janice C. Allmon, 68, Cleveland Street, Salem, charged with obstructing official business for allegedly attempting to interfere with attempts to take her son, Christian Weimer, into custody on a warrant on Friday.

 
 

 

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