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LISBON — In Columbiana County Municipal Court, a felony domestic violence case has been assigned to the county grand jury for Matthew Hormel, 39, of Union Street, Columbiana, for allegedly punching Jody Schantz in the noise, grabbing her by throat and forcing her to the ground during a July 5 domestic incident on Union Street, Columbiana.
A preliminary hearing has been set for July 25 for Michael Guappone, 54, State Route 172, Lisbon, charged with burglary, fourth degree felony and resisting arrest for allegedly entering a residence in Lisbon on July 17 while the victim and his family were at home and staying after being ordered to leave. He was reportedly seen on a doorbell camera. During his arrest, he allegedly walked away and kicked the officers, kicked the window of the patrol car and tried to break the window with the handcuffs after slipping out.
A preliminary trial has been set for July 21 for Justin Spack, 29, of Arch Street, Salem, charged with domestic violence and intoxication for disorderly conduct for allegedly pushing his mother during a domestic violence incident at the Arch residence Street in Salem where he admitted to being drunk and screaming. to his mother on July 14. The police had already been called to the residence earlier in the day when he was also intoxicated and gave him a warning for disorderly conduct.
A preliminary trial has been set for August 22 for Eli Troyer, 42, of Sugarcreek, who is charged with engaging in prostitution and possessing the tools of crime for allegedly soliciting sexual behavior with his cellphone from an undercover agent of the group. Mahoning Valley Human Trafficking Working Group in exchange for $80 and arrived in Salem on July 7 for the meeting.
A preliminary trial has been set for October 11 for Anthony Michael Linzey, 29, Struthers, accused of engaging in prostitution and possessing the tools of crime for allegedly arranging sex acts with his phone with an undercover MVHTTF agent in exchange silver on July 17 and arrived in eastern Palestine for the meeting.
A preliminary trial has been set for October 11 for Joey Jenkins, 54, of Somerdale, charged with engaging in prostitution and possessing the tools of crime for allegedly soliciting sexual behavior with his mobile phone from an undercover agent of the group Mahoning Valley Human Trafficking Task Force in exchange for $140 and meth and arrived in Salem July 15 for the meeting.
Jason Burns, 30, Hubbard, was fined $750 and ordered to complete an online prostitution prevention course on charges of prostitution and possession of criminal tools for allegedly arranging sex acts with an undercover MVHTTF agent posing as a woman in exchange for $70 in July. 17 and arrived in Eastern Palestine for the meeting.
Joseph Marnell, 59, Sewickley, Pennsylvania, was fined $750 and ordered to attend an education course and perform 20 hours of community service for engaging in prostitution, with a charge of possession of criminal tools dismissed, after arranging sex for pay with an undercover MVHTTF agent in exchange for cash on February 22 and arriving in eastern Palestine for the meeting.
A preliminary trial has been set for August 1 for Scott Bailey, 52, of Newgarden Avenue, Salem, charged with breaching a protective order for allegedly being at a Lexington Avenue property on July 18 when police were called to a disagreement.
A preliminary trial has been set for October 11 for Heather Mills, 37, of Youngstown, charged with violating a temporary protective order during a traffic stop in Columbiana on July 16.
A preliminary trial has been set for October 11 for Brian Lewis, 42, of Youngstown, charged with violating a temporary protective order during a traffic stop in Columbiana on July 16.
A preliminary trial has been set for October 11 for Robert E. Lee, 59, of Forbes Road, Wellsville, charged with criminal endangerment for allegedly hitting the hood of a car with his hand, causing a bump, on May 26 on Forbes Road, Wellsville.
A trial has been set for August 1 for Travis Rhodes, 31, of South Market Street, East Palestine, charged with theft for allegedly stealing his sister Brandy Murphy’s mobile phone from his residence in eastern Palestine on June 23 . He also faces trial Aug. 1 for first offense driving a vehicle under the influence, operating a vehicle without a valid license, loud exhaust and no seatbelt for a July 15 traffic stop in the township. of Salem.
Tiffany Sattler, 31, of Commerce Street, Wellsville, was fined $150 for selling tobacco to minors for selling a tobacco product to someone under the age of 21 during an undercover operation May 9 in Wellsville.
Chelsea Edmundson, 32, of County Airport Road, Wellsville, was fined $905 and served 90 days in jail, 87 of which was suspended and three days credit for a physical control drive-through intervention program , modified by OVI, and for speeding. Her license was suspended for one year, with credit for the provisional suspension on January 25, 2021. She was also ordered to perform 40 hours of community service.
Terrance Hamlin, 45, New York, NY, was fined $250 for two gear violations, amended for speeding, with a distracted driving charge dismissed.
A preliminary trial has been set for September 1 for Jordan March, 33, Center Road, East Liverpool, charged with the first OVI offence.
A preliminary trial has been set for October 13 for Brandon House, 26 Whinnery Road, Salem, charged with driving under suspension and out of control.
A preliminary trial has been set for August 2 for Jaymin Salsberry, 18, Old Fredericktown Road, East Liverpool, charged with underage drinking and false identification for allegedly drinking alcohol and having a fake identity card identity with him at Columbiana on July 17.
Randy Jones, 60, Densmore Avenue, East Liverpool, was fined $20 for an equipment violation, altered from marked lanes, and an OVI charge was dismissed.
Denise Edmond, 43, Township Road 289, Salineville, was fined $750 on three different counts of driving under suspension following three separate incidents. A charge of abusive recording was dismissed.
Sean Biggs, 26, Lisbon-Dungannon Road, Lisbon, was fined $150 for missing license plate lights, fined for not driving left for a public safety vehicle.
Rebecca Smith, 40, Park Avenue, East Palestine, was fined $150 for speeding.
Jacob Logorda, 28, East Sparta, was fined $80 for an expired license and a stop sign violation.
Michelle King, 32, Struthers, was fined $50 for failing to display a valid sticker, with a loud exhaust charge thrown out.
A disposition hearing has been set for August 15 for Megan Brothag, 21, Canfield, charged with driving under suspension.
A preliminary trial has been set for October 11 for Elizabeth Anchondo, 22, Alliance, charged with too closely following and possessing marijuana for allegedly having marijuana in her possession in Salem on July 9.
A stained glass charge was dismissed against John McCoy II, 29, Berlin Center.
A preliminary trial has been set for October 6 for Mark Sitch, 26, Poland, charged with speeding.
A preliminary trial has been set for October 6 for Damian Ferrainola, 38, of Court Street, New Waterford, charged with expired license and improper/expired registration.