LISBON - In Columbiana County Municipal Court on Monday, James A. Hawk, 48, McKinley Street, Salineville, was bound over to the Common Pleas Court grand jury on a felonious assault charge. Court documents alleged on June 1, Hawk slashed Ray Callehan in the face multiple times after being upset during a drinking gathering.
A June 17 preliminary hearing was set for Steven B. Smarr, East Georgia Avenue, Sebring, charged with burglary after Christopher Fritz and Bonnie Detchon reportedly saw Smarr inside their North Street, Beloit, home on Saturday. Smarr allegedly walked inside the front door and was confronted by Detchon, while a child slept nearby. Fritz reportedly escorted him outside to where police were looking for him.
Ronald A. Shaffer, 40, West North Avenue, East Palestine, was fined $975, had his license suspended for 180 days and sentenced to 20 days in jail for OVI first offense, one way traffic and failure to reinstate his license.
Joshua R. Heacock, 20, Conkle Road, Salem, was fined $900, sentenced to three days in jail, had his license suspended for six months and required 30 hours community service for OVI first offense, driving under 12 point suspension and underage consumption. A speeding citation was dismissed.
Ian Michael Iaguilli, 22, Rose Avenue, Salem, was fined credited with 10 days in jail served and required to pay $1,059 to Adam Smith and $60 to Haeley Cline, in restitution for assault and criminal damaging. According to court documents, on May 3, Iaguilli slashed the tires on a vehicle in the Walmart lot Salem and assaulted a man he knew.
Siddiq T. Salahuddin, 37, Youngstown, was fined $300 for two counts speeding.
Jeffrey R. Martin, was fined $250 and required 25 hours community service 41, Salem Alliance Road, Salem, for driving under suspension.
Joshua A. Bozich, 34, Painted Post, N.Y., was fined $150 for unsafe vehicle amended from speeding.
Odi Bacorin, 31, Kent, was fined $130 for failure to reinstate a license and improper turn.
Linda L. Beeler, 63, state Route 344, Salem, was fined $100 and credited with a day of jail served for disorderly conduct for jumping in front of traffic on April 16 on Franklin Avenue in Salem.
A child restraint citation was dismissed against Harold D. Wilson, 59, Scio.
A June 17 court trial was set for Renee L. Gerber, 60, Deerfield, cited with speeding.
A June 24 court trial was set for Alleisha N. Leadbitter, 21, state Route 165, East Palestine, cited with speeding.
A June 24 pretrial was set for Richard H. Masterson, 24, West Pershing Street, Salem, charged with assault for allegedly punching Thomas Michaels on May 17.
A July 1 pretrial was set for Aaron D. Black, 35, Lisbon Dungannon Road, Lisbon, cited with OVI first offense and slow speed.
A July 1 sentencing was set for Kyle J. Gatrell, 18, Torma Road, Wellsville, cited with menacing for allegedly pulling a gun on everyone in the house and threatening his own life, before deputies arrived and had him taken to a hospital.
A July 2 pretrial was set for Renee L. Snyder, 44, West Martin Street, East Palestine, cited with theft for allegedly taking a decorative fence from Crystal Cogley on June 7 and a Sparkle shopping cart.
A July 8 pretrial was set for Alyssa E. Beaver, 19, state Route 9, Kensington, cited with driving under a child support suspension.
A July 8 pretrial was set for Aaron Keteles, 38, Severence Street, Homeworth, cited with speeding.
A July 8 pretrial was set for Brandon L. Kastor, 19, Fink Road, Kensington, cited with criminal trespassing for allegedly going onto his estranged wife's mother's property and harassing his estranged wife and her friends, despite being told by her mother he is not welcome on the property.
A July 29 pretrial was set for Sarah J. Richardson, 26, U.S. Route 30, East Rochester, cited with endangering children for an alleged rollover crash on May 29 when she was driving allegedly with alcohol in her system and her 2-year-old child in the vehicle.
An Aug. 5 pretrial was set for Larry E. Bowers, 67, state Route 7, Lisbon, cited with obstructing official business for allegedly using obscenities while telling others not to speak with police while they were investigating a possible domestic involving a gun on Saturday.