LISBON - In Columbiana County Municipal Court on Monday, Jeremy R. Mollenkopf, 27, South Beaver Street, Lisbon, waived his right to a preliminary hearing and was bound over to the County Common Pleas Court grand jury on an abduction charge. Mollenkopf allegedly tied up his ex-girlfriend with white zip ties, placed tape over her mouth and pointed a gun at her while threatening to kill her and her daughter if she did not do what he said on June 28.
Alex Eugene Farnsworth, 20, Bates Street, East Liverpool, waived his right to an extradition hearing so he can be returned to Pennsylvania where he faces a theft charge for allegedly taking a wallet last October. Bond was set at $100,000. Additionally, Farnsworth was fined $300 and had his license suspended for six months for drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana.
A July 11 preliminary hearing and pretrial was set for David E. Gromley, 30, Railroad Street, Kensington, charged with burglary and assault on Friday for allegedly going to the home of Daryl Kibler on Mardis Road, Kensington, and assaulting him. Court documents state Kibler went into his home to get away and Gromley kicked in the door to assault him a second time.
A felony receiving stolen property against Mary A. Johnson, 43, last known address Fairfield School Road, Columbiana, was reduced to a misdemeanor receiving stolen property charge in a plea agreement. Johnson pleaded no contest and was sentenced to 50 days in jail, credited for 10 days served and fined $150. Johnson had taken her father's guns from his home while he was at the Vista Center in Lisbon and sold them at Buckeye Firearms in May.
Heather Michelle Sundo, 39, Valley Road, Darlington, Pa., was fined $300 and had her license suspended for six months for possession of drugs and possession or use of a controlled substance for marijuana on Thursday.
A July 11 pretrial was set for Chealsea A. Cope, 35, Silliman Street, New Waterford, charged with theft, possession of drug abuse instrument and two counts of drug paraphernalia for allegedly buying snack food to distract the clerk at Vittle Village in New Waterford on Friday so a co-defendant, Michael Mayer, could take something from the store. Additionally, court documents allege Cope had aluminum foil in her purse which appeared to have been used to cook narcotics, an old straw with white powder residue inside and six used hypodermic syringes with 12 empty morphine containers in her home.
Nathan Courtney, 26, South Broadway, Salem, was fined $250 and credited with four days served in jail while sentenced to five additional days for theft. Court documents state Courtney assisted another man in removing $200 in tractor wheel weights and some scrap from the property of Larry Hippely on April 29. The items were taken to Quaker City Auto Parts and scrapped for $65.
Randy A. Wyand, 21, Merle Road, Salem, was fined $250 and required 50 hours community service for driving under suspension.
Robert P. White, 34, Beaver Springfield Road, New Springfield, was fined $170 for assured clear distance and no license amended from driving under suspension.
Sharon M. Mitchell, 37, Woodworth Road, New Springfield, was fined $150, credited with three days in jail served and required 25 hours community service for passing bad checks for a $375 check written to Black's Radiator Service.
Aaron Keteles, 38, Severence Street, Homeworth, was fined $150 for unsafe vehicle amended from speeding.
Joshua J. Stahl, 27, Newberry, Fla., was fined $100 for criminal trespassing for returning to the Travelers Motel on June 21, a day after motel management had asked him not to return.
David B. Mackall, 43, Peace Valley Road, Rogers, was fined $100 for no license amended from driving under suspension.
Maura N. Paliani, 22, Apache Lane, Columbiana, was fined $100 for no license amended from failure to reinstate a license.
Michael A. Cochran, 49, Sunset Drive, Lisbon, was fined $80 and required 20 hours community service for driving under suspension and failure to control.
Kevin E. Kirby, 38, Beaver Street, Lisbon, pleaded no contest to menacing and a sentencing hearing was set for July 15. Court documents state Kirby on Saturday was outside a Rose Drive apartment threatening to beat up four people inside and kill them.
A use of an unauthorized plate citation against Ashley N. Ingledue, 23, Depot Road, Salem, was dismissed.
A July 29 pretrial was set for Joshua W. Cehrs, 26, Longs Crossing Road, Leetonia, cited with driving under OVI suspension.
An Aug. 6 pretrial was set for Joshua R. Dickey, 20, New Garden Avenue, Salem, cited with hit skip and assured clear distance.
An Aug. 6 pretrial was set for Steven N. Knoedler, 23, Lakeview Drive, Lisbon, cited with failure to reinstate a license.
An Aug. 8 pretrial was set for Lisa A. Karnis, 48, East Main Street, East Palestine, cited with disorderly conduct for allegedly coming outside while police were speaking with her son on Thursday, screaming incoherently while intoxicated and attempting to walk through broken glass in her bare feet.
An Aug. 8 pretrial was set for Alexander D. Baker, 19, West Street, East Palestine, cited with possession of synthetic marijuana.
An Aug. 8 pretrial was set for John Robert Daugherty, 44, Depot Road, Lisbon, cited with OVI third offense, speeding and a seat belt violation.
An Aug. 12 pretrial was set for Benjamin H. Wiley Sr., 39, Columbia Street, Leetonia, charged with theft and criminal tools for allegedly broke into seven machines at the laundromat on South Main Street, Columbiana, where he was found to have nearly $32 in quarters in his pocket.
An Aug. 13 pretrial was set for Sherry L. Harris, 53, Allegheny Trail, Negley, cited with OVI first offense and failure to control.
A Sept. 9 pretrial was set for Brandon L. Kastor, 20, Fink Road, Summitville, cited with criminal trespassing for after allegedly he was asked to leave his wife's property on May 18 when he was reportedly there threatening her male friends and menacing their daughter.
A Sept. 12 pretrial was set for Keith R. Rhodes, 60, Pancake-Clarkson Road, Negley, cited with allowing a household sewage system to become a nuisance.