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LISBON — The Court of Common Pleas grand jury issued 41 indictments while choosing not to indict in two cases. The next 19 open indictments are as follows, with the remaining 22 secret indictments to be released as they are served.

Lucas J. Chadbourne, 41, of Midland, Pa., is charged with possession of tools of the crime, a fifth degree felony; possession of cocaine, a fifth degree felony and a misdemeanor charge for drug paraphernalia. Chadbourne allegedly had a text conversation using an iPhone 11 with an undercover agent trying to sell drugs or using them to pay off a prostitute and having a dollar bill wrapped up with residue of white powder on August 17.

Deryl A. Greathouse, 42, First Avenue, East Liverpool, is charged with tampering with evidence, a third degree felony and a misdemeanor possession of drug addiction instruments. On November 5, Greathouse had a syringe and attempted to conceal it by placing it in front of the county jail’s body scanner when he was incarcerated.

Mitzi S. Stoddard, 32, Lincoln Avenue, East Liverpool, is charged with illegally transporting drugs on the grounds of a specified government establishment, a third degree felony, after she was found with two buprenorphine pills and a sublingual film of naloxone at the county jail on October 24.

Adam L. Lodge, 30, Rose Drive, Lisbon, was charged with burglary, a second degree felony and criminal damage or endangerment, a misdemeanor charge. On November 28, Lodge allegedly broke into Dana Wilhelm’s home and smashed or damaged a glass bowl and wall without her consent.

Nicole M. Trimble, 22, Bayard Road, Minerva, is charged with aggravated burglary, a first degree felony; felony assault, a second degree felony; and two misdemeanor charges of criminal damage. On November 20, Trimble allegedly stabbed Autumn Gross after illegally entering Taylor Palmer’s residence, Bayard Road, Minerva; damaged Grubb’s 2005 Toyota by scratching a derogatory name in the paint and broke Palmer’s door handle.

Jeffrey S. Jones, 61, of West Fourth Street, Salem, is charged with two counts of felony assault, both second degree felonies, for allegedly injuring Paige Wisbith by striking her in the head and Charles Wellman by striking him in the ribs, both with a baseball bat on Oct. 18.

Cody JR Davis, 22, Park Avenue, East Palestine, is charged with aggravated burglary, a first degree felony and a misdemeanor charge of criminal damage. On October 13, Davis allegedly broke the lock on a Pinewood Drive, New Waterford, home to assault Cody Andrews with a baseball bat and bit him on October 13.

Mark A. Morris, 47, State Route 39, Salineville, is charged with felony assault, a second degree felony; improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle, a fourth degree felony; and misdemeanor charges of child endangerment and criminal damage. On May 19, Morris allegedly used his vehicle to aggressively and intentionally ram another vehicle in the area around the local South and Highlandtown schools, discharged a gun during the road rage incident, creating a risk for the child in his vehicle and the 2005 Chevy truck owned by the Jenny Echols.

James Merino, 64, Benton Road, Salem, is charged with having weapons while disabled, a third degree felony; tampering with evidence, a third degree felony; and obstruction of official business, a misdemeanor charge. Merino allegedly tried to hide a nine-millimeter handgun with a loaded magazine by placing it in a metal furnace in the basement when the Columbiana County Drug Task Force and Special Response Team came at the home with a search warrant on August 12.

Robert C. Koch III, 38, Steubenville, is charged with a fourth degree felony, trespassing on a habitation charge. On August 29, Koch was charged with breaking into his ex-girlfriend’s apartment through a bathroom window, after he had already been told not to return to her Salem home. .

Mark Fraser Jr., 48, of Youngstown, is charged with assault, felony fourth degree and misdemeanor obstruction of official business and resisting arrest. On December 16, Fraser allegedly punched a deputy in the head after he shouted that he was not going back to jail during a traffic stop.

Brock R. Ward, 38, last known address West Eighth Street, Salem, is charged with failing to provide notice of change of address. On October 7, Ward, who was previously convicted of rape in 2004, allegedly failed to notify MPs when he left his currently registered address.

Thomas Edward Oday, 52, Gibsonia, Pennsylvania, is charged with importuning, a fifth degree felony; two charges of enforced prostitution, both third degree felonies; attempted unlawful sexual behavior with a minor, a fourth degree felony; and possession of criminal tools, a fifth degree felony. On Oct. 1, Oday is accused of arranging the payment of $200 for sex with a 15-year-old runaway in a foster home and her 16-year-old friend, when he was actually talking to law enforcement officers. law enforcement.

Timothy John Bruner, 54, of Canfield, is charged with importuning, a fifth degree felony; forced prostitution, a third degree felony; attempted unlawful sexual behavior with a minor, a fourth degree felony; and possession of criminal tools, a fifth degree felony. reportedly responded to an ad placed by a Mahoning Valley Human Trafficking Task Force officer on a known prostitution website for a mother offering sex to her 15-year-old daughter in exchange for money. He demanded sexual behavior with the teenager in exchange for money and said he was leaving work early at Akron Children’s Hospital, drove to a designated meeting place in the eastern Palestine on October 8 and was taken into custody.

Jasper L. Lisenbee II, 59, Virginia, Illinois, is charged with forced prostitution, a third degree felony; engaging in prostitution, a misdemeanor charge; attempted unlawful sexual behavior with a minor, a fourth degree felony; and possession of criminal tools, a fifth degree felony. Lisenbee allegedly responded to an ad placed by a Mahoning Valley Human Trafficking Task Force agent on a known prostitution website for a mother offering her 15-year-old daughter sex in exchange for money. He demanded sex with mother and daughter for $350, drove from east Liverpool in eastern Palestine to a designated meeting place on October 8 and was taken into custody .

Gregory Steven Cordy, 53, Hubbard, is charged with promoting prostitution, a fourth-degree felony, for allegedly offering to facilitate sex for pay on Dec. 6 by agreeing to drive a woman identified as Angel Savage to eastern Palestine , where she allegedly arranged for sexual conduct in exchange for $300 with an undercover officer and when she agreed to pay Cordy $100 for the ride.

Brandon Eugene Hacker, 28, of Cedar Ridge Road, Salem, is charged with felony third degree domestic violence and misdemeanor assault for allegedly injuring family member Anna Lauren Thomas on June 1 and December 8.

Carl Gill, 54, of Walker, Louisiana, is charged with improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle, a fourth degree felony; and misdemeanor charges of motor vehicle infraction and failing to stop after an accident involving another’s property. On Nov. 17, Gill allegedly had a firearm inside the utility vehicle he allegedly drove while he had a measurable or detectable amount of alcohol in his system and was involved in an accident prior to leave the premises.

Shaun D. Fetters, 42, of East Sparta, is charged with two counts of OVI fourth degree felony for allegedly operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs on October 20.

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