LISBON – An indictment in Columbia County Municipal Court against Troy Jones, 42, of First Avenue, East Liverpool, was bound over to a county grand jury on a third-degree felony charge. May 12 during a drug raid at their home.
During the execution of the search warrant, Jones was seen in the backyard and given multiple commands to show his hands and stop moving, but instead ran into the residence, reached his waist, ran upstairs and allegedly released an unknown size crack. Cocaine in the toilet, on the toilet seat and in the toilet bowl with pieces of crack cocaine.
A preliminary hearing was held July 17 for Donovan Kritzer, of 21 West Fourth Street, East Liverpool, who was charged with fifth-degree felony strangulation and domestic violence and child endangerment for physically hanging a woman by her neck and putting his hand around her neck. A child was nearby screaming and crying during the alleged attack until she could barely breathe in East Liverpool on July 9.
A preliminary hearing is set for July 20 for John Caputo, 43, Medina, on third-degree felony counts of involuntary prostitution, fourth-degree felony attempted unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor and fifth-degree felony possession of a 15-year-old child in exchange for money. He behaved with a woman he trusted and traveled to East Palestine for the meeting on July 10.
A preliminary hearing has been set for Sept. 14 for Robert Maleki, 57, Orwell, who was charged with 5th degree felony possession of methamphetamine in a March 16, 2022, incident in East Palestine.
A preliminary hearing was set for July 20, 2007, for Braeden Hambor, 21, of Fairport Harbor, charged with third-degree felony solicitation of prostitution and fifth-degree felony attempted unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor, tools of a crime and solicitation of sexual conduct. Importing. He traveled to Salem for the meeting on July 8, posing as a 15-year-old girl for $160 in exchange for an undercover agent.
A preliminary/preliminary hearing was set for July 17 for George Sylvester Fitzle, 48, of Enon Valley, Pa., in a May 22 domestic violence incident in East Liverpool. On July 9, he was allegedly in possession of drug paraphernalia during a traffic stop in St. Clair Township while he was a passenger.
Lonnie Barker, 40, of Irish Ridge Road, East Liverpool, was dismissed without prejudice at the prosecutor’s request because the defendant was in federal custody in another case and the prosecutor chose to file the case directly with the county. Grand Jury. Barker is accused of assaulting a woman in East Liverpool in May.
Russell Wilson, 40, was fined $750 and sentenced to 30 days in jail for possession of criminal tools and attempt, amended from prostitution. He was ordered to forfeit $200 to the East Palestine Police Department, complete 20 hours of community service and complete a 12-hour online prostitution prevention course. On June 25, 2022, Wilson was charged with responding to a classified ad on a popular escort site and arranging sex with a woman for $200 upon his arrival in East Palestine on June 15, 2022.
Arrested in a preliminary hearing Oct. 2, the 56-year-old Cambridge man was charged with prostitution and possession of criminal tools for responding to a classified ad posted on a popular prostitution website and arranging to have sex with a woman for $60. Traveling to East Palestine for a meeting on the 4th of July.
A preliminary hearing was set for July 24, 2010, for LaTroy McMillian, 28, Warren, charged with possession of criminal tools and soliciting sex on a known prostitution website and soliciting meetings in East Palestine. 150 dollars
Mark Schweikert, 42, Enon Valley, Pa., fined $1,625 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 160 days suspended and four days credit for second-offense operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs, engaging in prostitution and possession of criminal tools. His driver’s license was suspended for two years and he was ordered to complete 20 hours of community service and a 12-hour education course. Schweikert arrived in East Palestine on February 3 for the meeting after an 18-year-old woman responded to a classified ad on a known prostitution website and was offered $100 for sex.
Ollie Patrick Jr., 53, Miner City, was fined $750 for engaging in the act of prostitution and was sentenced to 90 days in jail for possession of criminal tools. He was ordered to complete 20 hours of community service and a 12-hour education course. Patrick is accused of soliciting sex from an undercover agent in exchange for $140 and arriving in Salem on Jan. 13 for the meeting.
32-year-old Stephen Maggard Seminary Miss. She was fined $750 and sentenced to 90 days in jail for operating a prostitution ring and possession of criminal tools. He was ordered to complete 20 hours of community service and a 12-hour education course. Maggard responded to an ad on an underground prostitution website and arranged to have sex with a woman in exchange for $140. He arrived in East Palestine for a meeting on July 3.
Brandon Seddon, 31, Vine Avenue, Salem, was charged July 24 with domestic violence after he slammed a woman’s head to the ground and punched her in the face July 10 in Salem. Bond was set at $25,000 cash or surety and he was ordered to have no contact with the victim.
On July 24, 2009, William Naylor, 54, of McCann Road, Kensington, was charged with domestic violence after he punched a woman in the face with the back of her hand, pulled her hair, beat her and later kicked her in the head. Head July 9 in Kensington.
Kerry Steffel, 35, was fined $150 and sentenced to 30 days in jail for harassing a police dog on Barkley Street in Salem on June 27. Steffel was walking a K-9 cruiser and he and his handler opened the kennel door for K-9 Simon while they were at a house show on Barclay Street in Salem. K-9 Simon was released, but the officer ordered him to stop, not bite the defendant, and was placed back in the kennel.
Avery Lee, 38, Pritchard Avenue, Lisbon, was fined $100 and sentenced to 30 days in jail for disorderly conduct, domestic violence enhanced, for pushing a woman to the ground and restraining her in a March 5 incident in Lisbon.
Kevin Madden II, 30, Dan Smith Road, Wellsville, fined $250 and sentenced to 180 days in jail, 179 days suspended with credit for one day served for assault, domestic violence enhanced, for pushing a female during a domestic dispute Jan. 25 in Wellsville.
James Price, 33, of Burford Street, East Liverpool, appeared for a preliminary hearing on July 3 after failing to pay for 21 items totaling $189 at Calcutta Walmart. .
On September 21, Kendall Roberts, 57, of Grant Street, East Liverpool, was charged with persistent disorderly conduct after allegedly being drunk and refusing to leave the pottery club in East Liverpool on July 8 and continuing to shout after officers asked him to question him. be quiet .
James Wilkes, Stagecock Road, East Liverpool, was fined $150 and sentenced to 30 days in jail, with 28 days suspended and credit for one day served, for disorderly conduct. He was ordered to complete 20 hours of community service. Wilkes climbed out of the passenger window of a vehicle that police said was found intoxicated in a July 8 crash in Liverpool Township, but was not the alleged hit-and-run driver. He admitted to drinking at the bar.
Megan G. Wilson, 33, Irondale, fined $300 and sentenced to three days in jail, credit for three days served, possession of a drug abuse instrument, marijuana, flashlights, tail lights and drug paraphernalia. In the year On August 17, 2022, Wilson was in possession of used hypodermic needles, new needles, suspected marijuana, a broken burned glass pipe, a straw with white and brown residue, a burned spoon with white residue, and a plastic bag. Surviving during a traffic stop in St. Clair Township and possession of drug paraphernalia during a traffic stop in Columbia on August 25, 2022.
Adam Wolfe, 47, Newton Falls, was charged with possession of a plastic pipe used to snort drugs in a July 24 incident in East Palestine.
A pretrial hearing has been set for Oct. 3 for Edwin Anderson, 43, of Canfield, on a charge of failure to restore.
A pretrial hearing has been set for Oct. 2 for Anthony Mitchell, 22, of Youngstown, charged with driving under suspension.
Tina Vaughn, 55, of State Route 344, Lithonia, was fined $75 for driving while suspended.
A preliminary hearing is set for Oct. 3 for Miles Carter, 29, Warren, who is charged with driving under suspension.
Drew Walker, 18, of Canfield, was fined $125 for an improved light from a proven clear distance.
Brian Niznick, 51, was fined $195 for driving under suspension and speeding.
Zachary Burdette, 25, West Eighth Street, Salem, was fined $50 for false plates.
Amanda Hall, 32, of Knox School Road, Homeworth, was fined $100 for driving under suspension.