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LISBON – In county municipal court, Ashley V. Russell, 32, West Wilson Street, Salem, was linked to the grand jury for child endangerment and break and enter for allegedly entering a fenced area, entering a timber-framed building, then exiting through a side door of a vacant building on State Road 14 in New Waterford on July 10, with her 14-year-old daughter with her and two other children waiting for her at inside his vehicle parked in the street.

A preliminary hearing on July 26 has been set for Timothy R. Boggs, North Pleasant Drive, Eastern Palestine, charged with evasion for allegedly walking away from police who took him handcuffed to the patrol car as he they had placed him in police custody under a warrant for not appearing on Sunday. Boggs would have run, then fell and gave up.

An Oct.4 bribe has been set for Clay Aric Benedict, 49, of Beaver Falls, Pa., Charged with engaging in prostitution and possession of criminal tools for allegedly offering $ 70 for a sex with an undercover escort, making arrangements using her Apple iPhone on June 21.

A sentencing hearing on August 12 has been set for Larry A. Smith, 70, of Painesville, who pleaded guilty to possession of criminal tools, advertising for massage services and soliciting. On July 14, Smith advertised a massage technique that included the suggestion or promise of sexual activity, using his iPhone 7 to propose the criminal act to an officer in the Trafficking Task Force. human beings from Mahoning Valley.

A make-up on October 5 has been set for Mark David Ramun, 48, Canfield, cited for second OVI offense, OVI refusal with a history within 20 years, driving under OVI suspension and parking on a highway.

An Oct. 4 pre-trial has been set for Robert Borg, 56, Jefferson Avenue, Salem, cited with OVI first offense and left of center.

Cameron Michael Marshal, 18, State Highway 9, Hanoverton, was fined $ 330, his license suspended for 90 days, required to attend a three-day counseling program and ordered 30 hours community service center for minors OVI and left of the center.

Harold Lamont Green, 27, of Pittsburgh, Pa., Was fined $ 380 for driving with a suspension, speeding, possession of marijuana and seat belt violation.

A July 29 pre-trial has been set for Justin Matthew Martin, 38, Riffle Road, New Waterford, charged with disorderly driving and aggravated threat for allegedly threatening to shoot Kirsten Burbick, beating Kenneth Kleinknecht and returning with a gun fire to kill everyone on the property on Monday, as well as engaging in rowdy behavior on July 6, spraying paint on Burbick during a dispute.

A July 29 pre-trial has been set for Richard Vecchio, 59, national road 164, Lisbon, charged with resisting arrest, disorderly driving, four counts of open container, disorderly driving while intoxicated , public intoxication and two counts of threat. Vecchio allegedly threatened to assault two Lisbon police officers by raising his fists at them while drunk on Monday, while in possession of an open Bud Ice, then tried to get away from him. the police as they arrested him. One open container count was for allegedly having had a Natural Light beer near Smith’s Gas Station on the sidewalk on July 29, 2019. Another charge accuses Vecchio of having had Natural Light beer on the sidewalk on the 5th. August 2019. Opened container of vodka on July 3. A public intoxication charge alleges he was drunk at Subway on July 9.

Tony J. Wilson, 35, Youngstown, was fined $ 250, three days in jail and 40 hours of community service for disorderly conduct modified from domestic violence for breaking a tall glass vase containing coins, knocked down a clock on the floor, grabbed it, threw it on the couch, and took his phone and car keys to prevent him from leaving or calling for help on the May 20.

A September 2 tune-up has been set for Michael A. Westover, 34, Clarkson Road, Rogers, cited for possession of drug addiction devices for allegedly having a syringe on Friday.

Alicia M. Bell Jackson, 30, Sewickley, Pa., Was fined $ 250, one day in jail and 10 hours of community service for disorderly conduct modified by domestic violence for biting Mary Jackson on the neck while of an argument on March 20.

Justin S. Linley, 37, Joshua, Texas, was fined $ 150 for a modified gear violation for speeding.

Craig B. Colson, 45, of Oak Forest, Ill., Was fined $ 150 for a modified gear violation for speeding.

Rachel L. Jenkins, 37, Lighthouse Court, East Liverpool, was fined $ 100 for speeding. A suspended driving citation was dismissed.

Raymond R. Yeater, 27, Prospect Street, Salem, was fined $ 100 for driving under FRA suspension.

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