LISBON - In Columbiana County Municipal Court, Abby L. Pierson, 20, Academy Street, Salineville, waived her right to a preliminary hearing and was bound over to the Columbiana County Common Pleas Court grand jury on a charge of receiving stolen property. Pierson allegedly had a laptop stolen from Albert Hobbs on May 25. The laptop was reportedly sitting on her front porch in a yellow plastic bag and she claimed to have received it from John Woodland, who said he needed to get rid of the laptop and she intended to pay him $150.
A Sept. 4 pretrial was set for Pierson on a falsification charge after it was learned Woodland could not have given her the laptop on May 25 because he was incarcerated in the Jefferson County jail at that time.
Travis J. Barber, 25, Taylor Avenue, New Waterford, was fined $955, had his license suspended for 180 days, required 20 hours community service and sentenced to three days in jail for OVI first offense, driving under suspension and failure to control.
Jeffray Jakob Leinbach, 26, Washington, Pa., was fined $755, had his license suspended for 180 days and sentenced to three days in counseling for OVI first offense, speeding and a seat belt violation.
Marcus R. Gutierrez, 35, Pine Hollow Road, Rogers, was fined $600, had his license suspended for six months, required 60 hours community service and credited with three days served in jail for obstructing official business, criminal damaging, possession of marijuana and disorderly conduct. Gutierrez had damaged two tires on a car by cutting them with a hunting knife on May 25 and fled from police when he was asked for identification.
Albert J. McVay, 50, Trinity Church Road, Lisbon, was required 40 hours community service, credited with 14 days served in jail and sentenced to 16 additional days for theft for taking a pair of FUBU shoes and razors from Walmart in Salem on May 19.
Mark A. Conroy, 45, East Third Street, Salem, was fined $200, required 30 hours community service and credited with one day served in jail for theft for concealing a $4 bottle of Vodka in his jacket and leaving Smith Oil in Salem on April 26.
Jonathan A. Plagman, 34, Poland, was fined $150 and credited with one day served in jail for violating a civil protection order for calling Emille Shaw twice at work.
Emily A. Zehentbauer, 19, Lindesmith Road, Hanoverton, was fined $150 for an equipment violation amended from a stop sign violation.
Terry L. Ballard, 28, West Main Street, Salineville, was fined $150 and credited with one day served in jail for persistent disorderly conduct for damaging a car window, front porch banister and a table. A menacing charge for allegedly chasing someone with three knives was dismissed.
Jonathan David Shellenberger, 24, Pembrooke Drive, Salem, was fined $150 and credited with two days served in jail for persistent disorderly conduct amended from domestic violence for striking Alicia Craig multiple times in the mouth until she lost consciousness during an argument on Feb. 28.
Robert J. Halfhill Jr., 32, New Waterford Road, New Waterford, was fined $150, required 40 hours community service and credited with nine days served in jail for theft for concealing a $29 pint of Jagermeister in the front of his pants and walking out of Gene's Drive Through on April 17.
Larry E. Rosenberger II, 35, South Bandy Road, Homeworth, was fined $150 for an equipment violation amended from speeding.
Brian K. Fisher, 26, Eighth Street, Wellsville, was fined $130 and required 20 hours community service for driving under suspension and a seat belt violation.
James M. Deck, 34, Canton, was fined $130 and required 20 hours community service for driving under suspension and a seat belt violation.
Steven J. Byers, 20, Lower Elkton Road, Leetonia, was credited with 12 days served in jail and fined $100 for violating a temporary protection order by attending the graduation ceremony at the Crestview Schools on May 25.
A June 9 pretrial was set for Luis Alicea, 49, Elkton Road, Lisbon, charged with domestic violence for allegedly slapping his wife, Samantha Alicea in the face and threatening to kill her.
A June 10 sentencing was set for Brandi L. Cope, 21, Holmes Wood Drive, Winona, who pleaded no contest to theft for shoplifting items from Family Dollar, state Route 45, Lisbon, on her birthday Wednesday. Cope was also fined $250 for driving under suspension.
A June 12 pretrial was set for Rusty Ray Altman, 41, Cream Ridge Road, Lisbon, charged with two counts possession of drug abuse instruments for alleged syringes and one count each of driving under FRA suspension, failure to have a functioning brake light, a seat belt violation, possession of drug paraphernalia and theft for allegedly ransacking the purse of Christine Helman on May 22.
A June 12 pretrial was set for Mexico N. Pitts, 27, McKaig Road, Hanoverton, charged with domestic violence for allegedly threatening Kayla Baker and her mother Gladys Pitts with a shovel, then slapping Baker on the arm when he attempted to strike a chicken she was holding.
A June 17 pretrial was set for Eugene Anthony Pineda, 22, West Pershing Street, Salem, charged with OVI first offense, driving without a valid license and marked lanes.
July 1 pretrials were set for Floyd G. Gilmore Jr., 36; Richard A. Lips, 40; and Dana L. Duffied, 48, all of Center Avenue, Lisbon, and each charged with possession of criminal tools and criminal mischief. The three are accused of allegedly being co-conspirators found in the area of bolt cutters and a hacksaw, which were being used by another person to cut a lock of a Planet Aid box on May 29 in Lisbon.
A July 8 pretrial was set for George S. Gilbert, 56, East Rebecca Street, East Palestine, charged with OVI first offense and assured clear distance.
An Aug. 5 pretrial was set for Cecil B. Barker, 45, Youngstown, charged with OVI third offense.
An Aug. 7 pretrial was set for Raymond Charles Willoughby, 55, Youngstown-East Liverpool Road, Rogers, charged with OVI first offense and loud exhaust.