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2022-06-16 07:45:46 By : Mr. Vince Niu

– A 13-year-old East Liverpool girl is charged with obstructing official business after hiding from officers who were looking for her on June 7 after she allegedly ran away. The report noted that the girl had run away from home four times in 1-2 weeks.

– In St. Clair Twp., a 14-year-old teen is charged with theft after allegedly stealing $3,964.18 from her mother between Dec. 28, 2021, and May 24, 2022. If committed by an adult, the charges would be a fifth-degree felony.

– A 14-year-old St. Clair Twp. teen is charged with violence and violent behavior after hitting her brother, flipping over a coffee table and threatening to harm herself on March 30.

– A 17-year-old county teen is charged with throwing objects into the path of a vehicle and littering after throwing objects out of his car on May 2, which allegedly hit another vehicle.

– In St. Clair Twp., a 16-year-old boy is charged with threatening harm to property after allegedly saying he would damage a school-issued iPad while at school May 12.

– A 14-year-old county teen is charged with threatening via a telecommunication device after sending an email to an assistant principal that contained vague threats against their school on May 25.

– A 15-year-old county teen is charged with vandalism, providing false information to law enforcement and fleeing from law enforcement after allegedly spray-painting threatening messages on a fence on April 25.

– A 14-year-old county boy is charged with refusing to subject himself to the reasonable authority of his parents after allegedly leaving home on June 3 and failing to return. The judge ordered a warrant in regards to the case.

– A 14-year-old Salem teen is charged with refusing to subject herself to the reasonable authority of her parents after allegedly leaving home on May 10 and failing to return. The judge ordered a warrant in regards to the case.

– A 16-year-old county teen is charged with refusing to subject himself to the reasonable authority of his parents after allegedly leaving home on May 30 and failing to return. The judge ordered a warrant in regards to the case.

– A 14-year-old county boy is charged with violating the terms of his release after allegedly failing to charge and removing his ankle monitor on May 31. The report also states that the boy left the home on June 27 and has failed to return, thus violating his home confinement as well.

– A 13-year-old East Palestine teen is charged with causing a person to believe that he would cause physical to them after allegedly telling his mother that he would kill everyone in the house on May 25.

– A 15-year-old Lisbon teen is charged with violating the terms of their probation after allegedly leaving their placement house without permission for the second time in a week on May 25. The judge ordered a warrant in regards to the case.

– A 14-year-old county teen is charged with violent behavior after allegedly pushing his mother on May 23.

– A 13-year-old county teen is charged with violating the terms of his release after allegedly failing to charge his ankle monitor or return from school on May 20. The report also states that he failed to show proper respect to his custodian by refusing to come home when told to do so and failing to obey household rules.

– A 15-year-old Lisbon teen is charged with violating the terms of their probation after allegedly testing positive for methamphetamines, amphetamine, and THC on May 18.

– A 17-year-old East Palestine teen is charged with engaging in fighting after allegedly entering a classroom to engage in a physical altercation with another student on May 19.

– A 14-year-old county teen is charged with possessing and using marijuana after allegedly having marijuana in their possession and admitting to smoking it on March 14.

– A 17-year-old county teen is charged with violent behavior and causing a family member to believe that he would cause them physical harm after allegedly striking a vehicle several times, acting in an aggressive manner and raising his fist to his mother on May 17.

– A 15-year-old East Liverpool teen is charged with striking a peace officer, interfering with lawful arrest, and using unreasonably abusive language and gestures after allegedly punching an officer in the face, causing injury, refusing to be handcuffed and using numerous profanities and displaying a middle finger gesture while attempting to flee school officials and an officer on May 19. If committed by an adult, two of the charges would be felonies.

– In Salem, a 13-year-old teen is charged with theft after allegedly stealing clothing from Kidzone on April 21.

– In Perry Twp., a 13-year-old teen is charged with attempting to cause harm to someone with a deadly weapon after allegedly holding a knife to someone’s throat in an intimidating manner on May 14.

– A 16-year-old county teen is charged with violent behavior after allegedly throwing things in an aggressive manner and yelling and cursing at his mother on May 6.

– A 15-year-old county teen is charged with violating the terms of their probation after allegedly failing to attend school between April 4 and May 10.

– A 16-year-old Salem teen is charged with causing physical harm after allegedly striking a teacher several times while at school. If committed by an adult, the charges would be a fifth-degree felony.

– A 15-year-old county teen is charged with discharging a firearm into a residence, discharging a firearm from a vehicle, causing the residents to fear for their safety, providing false information to an officer about the incident, and causing serious harm to a residence after allegedly firing a gun from a PT Cruiser into a house and shattering a window in the living room on March 19. If committed by an adult, three of the charges would be felonies.

LISBON — Trevor Heiney, a man who already had his license suspended for life for a previous charge, had it suspended again for life for charges of failure to comply with the order or signal of a police officer and illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia.

Heiney, 32, Sixth Street, Wellsville, recently appeared in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court for sentencing, receiving a 30-month prison term, with credit for 17 days already served. Heiney fled from St. Clair Township Police attempting to pull him over in the area of Yeager Road on Feb. 10, crossing the center line mulitple times and passing other vehicles. He pulled into a driveway on Township Line Road and struck a mobile home, fleeing on foot before being caught and escorted out of the woods. A baggie of suspected methamphetamine fell from his pocket while police were escorting him and a meth pipe was found in the vehicle.

In two other matters, Common Pleas Court Judge Scott Washam denied motions to suppress filed by defendants in two separate cases, one for Jesub Carter, 32, Rile Avenue, East Liverpool, and one for Mark Razo, 39, Canfield. Carter was charged with trafficking in marijuana and possession of marijuana, both felonies, related to a traffic stop in St. Clair Township by Patrolman Keith Hilderbrand, who could smell marijuana. A patrol trooper who was also in the area came along with a K-9 who alerted on the vehicle, leading to the discovery of a duffle bag containing suspected marijuana. Razo was charged with aggravated possession of drugs related to a traffic stop in Salem by Patrolman Mike Garber, who when told by Razo he had a knife, did a pat-down and found a sharpened wrench and broken crack pipe, then found suspected methamphetamine.

In both cases, the judge found the officers had just cause for the traffic stops and probable cause for the searches.

Also in Common Pleas Court:

— Daniel Evans, 45, Jefferson, was sentenced to nine months in prison for attempted compelling prostitution, with an additional charge of possessing criminal tools to be dismissed. On June 16, 2021, he solicited a law enforcement officer posing as a 16-year-old girl for sexual conduct in exchange for $100.

— Patrick Foley, 83, Youngstown, pleaded guilty to prosecutor’s information for fourth-degree felony charges of attempted compelling prostitution and attempted unlawful sexual contact with a minor, with sentencing set for Aug. 25. Foley arrived in East Palestine on Sept. 17, 2021 after soliciting sexual conduct from an undercover police officer posing as an adult female and requesting her to bring her 14-year-old daughter in exchange for $200.

— Charles Moore, 52, Price Street, East Liverpool, was placed on probation for two years for failure to provide notice of his change of address, a third-degree felony. Moore failed to provide his change of address to the sheriff’s office on Oct. 21, 2021 as required as a registered sex offenders.

— Michael Boyle, 52, Girard, pleaded guilty to compelling prostitution, a third-degree felony, with sentencing set for Sept. 2. Charges of engaging in prostitution and possessing of criminal tools were dismissed. On July 2, 2021, Boyle knowingly paid or attempted to pay a law enforcement officer posing as a juvenile for sexual activity.

— Shane LaFleme, 21, Eastlake Road, Lisbon, pleaded guilty to improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle and two counts of carrying a concealed weapon, all fourth-degree felonies, and discharge of a firearm on or near a prohibited premises, a misdemeanor, with sentencing set for Sept. 1. The charges stem from incidents on Jan. 11 and 12 in 2020 when LaFleme knowingly discharged a firearm in a vehicle, had weapons at hand and discharged a firearm upon or over a public road or highway.

Robert Coulter, Park Avenue, Salem, and Michelle Coulter, East Lincoln Way, Lisbon; dissolution sought.

Roy Woods, Tiltonsville, vs. MAC Trailer Enterprises, Inc., Alliance, and Administrator, Bureau of Workers Compensation, Columbus; appeal related to workers compensation injury claim.

George Stacy Jr. vs. Bureau of Workers Compensation; case settled and dismissed.

Allison Coggins vs. Heather Coggins; divorce granted.

Glen Custer and Kelly Custer; dissolution granted.

Ruth Wilson vs. Larry Wilson; divorce granted.

County Treasurer vs. Melinda Wright, now known as Melinda Winters; foreclosure ordered of West Chestnut Street, Lisbon property for delinquent taxes.

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