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January 14, 2014
Salem News

LISBON - In Columbiana County Municipal Court, a Rule 4 hearing was set for Thursday for Alex J. Davtovich, 25, who appeared by video from the county jail. Belmont County would like to transport Davtovich back to their county where he will face charges of rape and gross sexual imposition. Davtovich had been in jail here facing a felony charge of pandering obscenities involving a minor. He is also scheduled to appear Thursday in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court on a status conference for the pandering charge.

At the Rule 4 hearing, it will be determined whether Davtovich will be returned to Belmont County at this time. He was appointed an attorney for the hearing.

A Jan. 16 preliminary hearing was set for Meghan L. Dickey, 26, Washington Street, Salineville, charged with burglary, safecracking and theft for allegedly trespassing into a home at 66 E. Main St. in Salineville on Nov. 7 and taking $6,500 in collector coins.

Nicholas E. Hines, 29, Cincinnati, waived his right to an extradition hearing so he can be returned to the state of Kentucky where he faces a charge of fraud. Hines is accused of using a stolen credit card at several locations in Campbell County for a total of $508, including a visit to a Speedway Gas Station where he allegedly used his own rewards card in conjunction with the stolen card.

Diego B. Gonzalez, 24, Middle Beaver Road, Rogers, was fined $1,925, had his license suspended for a year and sentenced to 15 days in jail for, two counts OVI first offense, two counts of driving under suspension, drug paraphernalia and two counts of possession of marijuana. Lane violations, failure to control and a seat belt violation were dismissed.

Marlin R. Catlos, 51, East Sixth Street, Salem, was fined $500, credited with seven days served and sentenced to 53 additional days in jail for leaving the scene, failure to control, two counts of theft and disorderly conduct for drinking vodka in the Walmart in Salem on Jan. 2 after wrecking his vehicle on Bentley Road. Additionally he reportedly took and drank mouthwash in the Walmart on Jan. 5.

Sebastian Bragg, 19, Boardman, was fined $200 and had his license suspended 180 days for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Jonathon J. Castelucci, 34, North Canton, was fined $150, credited with three days served and required 30 hours community service for obstructing official business for walking intoxicated in the roadway on North Lincoln near F.E. Cope Drive on Friday.

A Jan. 16 court trial was set for James E. Burkholder, 50, East State Street, Salem, cited with disorderly conduct for allegedly falling into the roadway while intoxicated on West Fourth Street, Salem, on Friday.

A Jan. 21 court trial was set for Jonathan J. Abbott, 26, Jennings Avenue, Salem, cited with disorderly conduct for allegedly walking intoxicated on the sidewalk in the area of Franklin Avenue at South Lundy with an open container of Beams Eight Star Liquor in his hand and nearly falling over multiple times, before falling near a Salem patrol car. He then reportedly began to yell while being transported to the police department and banged his head of the partition in the car multiple times.

A Jan. 23 court trial was set for Nickolas E. Korda, 33, East Third Street, Salem, cited with disorderly conduct for allegedly chasing a woman while screaming and yelling at her on Saturday. Additionally, he allegedly was told to stop several times and to stop tossing items before he threw a newspaper in the woman's face.

A Jan. 23 pretrial was set for Joseph L. McIntosh, 26, Quaker Church Road, East Rochester, cited with speeding and domestic violence for allegedly hitting his estranged wife in the head, pushed her face into a wall, grabbed her by the arms and bent her right hand back while attempting to take her phone away.

A Feb. 10 pretrial was set for Patrick Moore, 28, West Chestnut Street, Lisbon, charged with aggravated menacing for allegedly calling his estranged wife and making a threatening statement he would kill her and her family on Dec. 28. A pretrial was also scheduled for an unrelated drug paraphernalia citation for a syringe reportedly found under Moore in September when medical personnel moved him.

A Feb. 11 pretrial was set for Jenna Traversa, 19, Summit Street, Salem, charged with complicity to commit theft.

A Feb. 13 pretrial was set for Jozi L. Maury, 22, Malvern, cited with OVI first offense and marked lanes.

A Feb. 24 pretrial was set for Edward A. Duko II, 27, Cedar Street, Lisbon, cited with OVI first offense and a headlights violation.



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