Your Right to Know 6/21/18

REAL ESTATE

Gayla Saxon, Randy Saxon to Flat Rock Development LLC, Perry Township, 60.21 acres, oil and gas interests, QC deed.

Glenn E. Eyles to Flat Rock Development LLC, Perry Township, 60.21 acres, oil and gas interests, QC deed.

Gary Maze, Gary M. Maze to Flat Rock Development LLC, Perry Township, 60.21 acres, oil and gas interests, QC deed.

Monroe County Community Improvement Corporation to American Mud Works Partners LTD, Center Township, 5.3574 acres, Lot 7 and Pt. Lot 8, warranty deed.

Eli J. Coblentz, Ada F. Coblentz to Mose J. Byler, Jonathan J. Byler, Seneca Township, 44.517 acres, warranty deed.

Statoil USA Onshore Properties, Inc. to Equinor USA Onshore Properties, Inc., no property shown, affidavit of name change.

Lester Lee Christman, Linda L. Christman to Michael L. Christman, Crystal Christman, Perry Township, 100 acres, oil and gas royalty, QC deed.

Emma L. Williams to Travis Williams, Jacob Williams, Washington Township, 64.73 acres, warranty deed.

Dianna Dale Bell, Diana Dale Bell to Sashaland LLC, Lee and Ohio townships, 27.04 acres, QC deed.

Wayne D. Henthorn, Dorothy E. Henthorn, Lisa E. Gallagher AIF, Lisa E. Gallagher POA to Timothy M. McKeen Trustee, Henthorn Family Trust, Green and Malaga townships, 27.49 acres, QC deed.

Tyler Schumacher, Tiffany Schumacher to Harvey Allen Woods, Jr., Katherine T. Woods, Franklin Township, 27.368 acres, surv. deed.

Gary A. Rubel, Nancy S. Rubel to Joe Byler, Ada Byler, Albert Byler, Mary Byler, Seneca Township, 15.682 acres, Lot 41 Village of Calais, Lots 10, 11 and 35 Cleveland’s Addition, warranty deed.

SPEED

Randy Turner, Clarington, 67/55, guilty, $125.

Christopher T. Tidwell, Bascom, Florida, 76/55, guilty, $155.

John Neuhart, Lewisville, 80/55, guilty, $155.

Sherry Rose, Stockport, 70/55, guilty, $125.

Martha Yost, Sistersville, West Virginia, 69/55, guilty, $125.

Ronald L. Harman, Sardis, 69/55, guilty, $125.

Dustin Scott, Dallas, West Virginia, 72/50, guilty, $155.

James Damas, Blairsville, Pennsylvania, 73/55, guilty, $135.

Dennis Seiler, Caldwell, 65/55, guilty, $115.

Jerry L. Calhoun, Oak Grove, Louisiana, 71/55, guilty, $135.

Autumn R. Briggs, Bellaire, 67/55, guilty, $125.

Christopher Covey, Panama, Oklahoma, 66/55, guilty, $125.

Steven G. Hatting, Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, 64/50, guilty, $125.

Morgan Pittman, Sarahsville, 74/55, guilty, $135.

Rocky B. Boyce, Bald Knob, Arkansas, 62/50, guilty, $125.

Raymundo R. Sandoval, Washington, Pennsylvania, 68/55, guilty, $125.

Eric S. Vincent, Graysville, 74/55, guilty, $135.

Chiante D. Jackson, Muskogee, Oklahoma, 68/55, guilty, $115.

Mary K. Livingston, Greenwood, South Carolina, 72/55, guilty, $135.

Dustin Swan, Herber Springs, Arkansas, 68/50, guilty, $135.

Earl B. Foltz, III., Powhatan Point, 66/55, guilty, $125.

Alicia Hinson, Cambridge, 71/55, guilty, $135.

COUNTY COURT 

James Dillon, Beallsville, possession of drugs, no contest, $50; failure to control, no contest, $125.

Richard Castleberry, Lewisville, driving under suspension or violation of license restriction, no contest, $185, 60 days jail time, 60 days suspended, one year supervised probation. If he pays all fines and costs and can obtain driver’s license, probation shall be terminated. Defendant shall not have any new violations.

Terrell L. Johnson, Clarington, driving under suspension or violation of license restriction, no contest, $185, 10 days jail time, 10 days suspended, probation for one year.

David Gorby, Glen Easton, West Virginia, disorderly conduct, no contest, $135; failure to control, dismissed as part of plea.

Wayne Parker, Sardis, OVI, dismissed; failure to control, no contest, $185.

Joshua Blackstone, Woodsfield, hunting without a license, dismissed; game check violation, no contest, $335, 30 days jail time, 30 days suspended; hunting without a permit, no contest, $150, 30 days jail time, 30 days suspended; failure to check game, no contest, $250, 30 days jail time, 30 days suspended.

Gregory A. Hart, Sarahsville, failure to reinstate, guilty, $335, 40 hours community service.

Nathan S. Wamsley, St. Clairsville, no operator’s license, dismissed after providing valid license; registration violation, dismissed after providing valid registration, $85.

Jennifer Smithberger, Barnesville, seat belt violation, guilty, $90.

Brett Farnsworth, Summerfield, registration violation, dismissed after providing valid registration, $85.

Teia D. Nutter, Woodsfield, fictitious plates, dismissed after providing valid registration, $85.

Todd J. Burkhart, Woodsfield, stop sign, guilty, $125.

Jeffery Beaver, New Matamoras, child restraint, guilty, $90.

Stanley Stakler, Sardis, child restraint, guilty, $90.

Duane Dimmerling, Caldwell, safety disregard, no contest, $235.

William R. Smith, Jr., Rocky Mount, North Carolina, failure to control, guilty, $115.

Albert C. Barton, Moundsville, West Virginia, registration violation, guilty, $125.

Howard Spengler, Jerusalem, seat belt violation, guilty, $90.

Jonathan M. Kinney, Woodsfield, seat belt violation, guilty, $90.

Michaela Alleman, Woodsfield, registration violation, dismissed after providing proof of valid registration; operating a motor vehicle without insurance, dismissed upon payment of cost.

Victoria Pittman, Woodsfield, disorderly conduct, dismissed upon payment of cost, $85.

Jordan A. Sapp, Sardis, fictitious plates, guilty, $125; registration violation, guilty, $40.

Peter J. Russell, Jr., Martins Ferry, permit violation, guilty, $125.

Vernon Perry, Minerva, traffic device, guilty, $125.

Charles J. DeNunzio, Jr., Dillonvale, seat belt violation, guilty, $90.

Paul Henthorn, Sardis, failure to control, guilty, $125; seat belt violation, guilty, $40.

Charlotte Broemsen, Woodsfield, disorderly conduct, dismissed upon payment of cost, $85.

Heath Paige, Texarkana, Arkansas, seat belt violation, guilty, $90.

Natasha L. Boron, New Matamoras, registration violation, dismissed after providing valid registration, payment of cost, $85.

Roderick Hollins, Clarksburg, West Virginia, seat belt violation, guilty, $90.

NEW CASES

Teryn A. Seppala, Woodsfield vs. Timo. M. Seppala, Fairfield, termination of marriage.

Brandi M. Hobbs, Sardis vs. Joshua S. Hobbs, Beallsville, termination of marriage.

Albert D. Miller vs. Penny Werner, other civil (lis pendens).

Blaine Lemon vs. Brittany Modra, other torts (personal injury).

MARRIAGE LICENSES

Christian B. Wilson, 24, Woodsfield to Alexiss R. Gardner, 23, Graysville.

Robert W. Fletcher, Jr., 46, Sardis to Nancy J. Arnett, 47, Sardis.

John C. Kemp, 22, Woodsfield to Casey L. Harriman, 21, Woodsfield.

COMMON PLEAS

Judge Julie R. Selmon

State of Ohio, Plaintiff, vs. Michael J. Holcomb, Defendant, Case No. 2018-212

On June 5, Michael J. Holcomb, of Beallsville, appeared for a change of plea and sentencing hearing. Holcomb withdrew his former not guilty plea and entered a plea of guilty to one count of offenses involving counterfeit controlled substances, a fifth-degree felony. Holcomb was sentenced to twelve months local incarceration and ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $294. Defendant was remanded and ordered conveyed to the custody of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction.

State of Ohio, Plaintiff, vs. Michael J. Holcomb, Defendant, Case No. 2018-028

On June 5, Michael J. Holcomb, of Beallsville, appeared for a sentencing hearing. For one count of aggravated trafficking in drugs, a fourth-degree felony, defendant was placed on Community Control Sanctions for three years. On the second count of aggravated trafficking in drugs, a fourth-degree felony, Holcomb was placed on Community Control Sanctions for three years. Both sentences were ordered to run concurrent with one another. As part of Holcomb’s Community Control Sanctions, he was ordered to serve a minimum of four-and-a-half months at EOCC, or until he has successfully completed the program. Holcomb was given a credit of thirty-seven days jail time served in Monroe County Jail. At the conclusion of the hearing, Holcomb was remanded to the custody of the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department for transport to EOCC at a date to later be determined, based on bed availability. The Monroe County Sheriff’s Department was ordered to, immediately upon completion, provide the Monroe County Clerk of Courts with a copy of Form 2-71 Final Disposition that is to be issued to the Bureau of Criminal Investigations.

State of Ohio, Plaintiff, vs. Carrie E. Maine, Defendant, Case No. 2017-362

On June 5, Carrie E. Maine, of Graysville, appeared for a sentencing hearing. For one count of trafficking in drugs, a fifth-degree felony, Maine was sentenced to three years of Community Control Sanctions under the supervision of the Adult Parole Authority. As part of Defendant’s Community Control Sanctions, she shall serve a minimum of ninety days at Crossroads, or until she has completed the program. Maine was given a credit of ninety days jail time served in Monroe County Jail. Bond was release and Defendant was released.

COUNTY SHERIFF

May 31, 2018, 12:40 a.m., Clay Harriman, of Woodsfield, was traveling eastbound on State Route 78 in a 2004 Mazda, with three passengers. While negotiating a curve, the Mazda travelled off the right side of road, striking an embankment. No injuries were reported. The vehicle sustained disabling damage and was towed from the scene by Stephen’s Towing. Harriman was cited for failure to control.

May 31, 2018, 6:12 a.m., Rachel Smith, of Woodsfield, was traveling eastbound on State Route 78 in a 2015 Chevrolet. When the vehicle came over a hill, a deer ran into the roadway causing the vehicle to strike the deer. No injuries were reported. The vehicle sustained functional damage.

June 4, 2018, 4:00 p.m., Dean Christman, of Woodsfield, was traveling south on County Road 40 in a 2014 Dodge Ram truck when he lost control of the vehicle. The vehicle went off the right side of the road, striking a tree with the right side of the truck. The vehicle came to a final rest on its side, against two trees. No injuries were reported. The vehicle sustained disabling damage and was towed from the scene by Stephen’s Towing.

June 5, 2018, 7:55 p.m., Bryson Haubrick, of Lewistown, Pennsylvania, was attempting to make a right hand turn down Apple Ave. in a 2014 Freightliner truck. The trailer then ran off the right side of the road and struck an embankment. Haubrick continued down the road and attempted to make another right hand turn. The trailer ran off the right side of the road and struck a stop sign, causing damage. No injuries were reported; no damage was done to the truck, Haubrick was cited with failure to control.

June 7, 2018, 5:59 p.m., Paul Henthorn, of Sardis, was traveling north on County Road 11 in his 2003 Mazda Protege. While negotiating a left hand turn, Henthorn failed to control the car, which ran off the right side of the road, over an embankment, striking a tree and coming to a final rest in a creek. Henthorn and an occupant were transported to Wetzel County by Antioch Squad 1 with non-incapacitating injuries. The vehicle sustained disabling damage and was towed from the scene by Stephen’s Towing. Henthorn was cited with failure to control.

June 10, 2018, 12:50 p.m., Edward Nutter, of Liberty Township, was traveling south on State Route 7 in a 2016 Dodge Journey. Myla Winland, of St. Clairsville, was stopped at the intersection of Sykes Ridge Road and State Route 7, in a 2015 Nissan Altima. Winland attempted to make a right turn onto State Route 7, pulling into the path of the Dodge. The Dodge struck the Nissan, causing the Nissan to spin around before coming to a rest, facing west. The Dodge crossed the median and struck a guardrail, coming to rest in the northbound lane of State Route 7. Winland and an occupant in her vehicle were transported by Clarington EMS to Wheeling Hospital; Winland suffered incapacitating injuries, the occupant suffered non-incapacitating injuries. Nutter and an occupant both suffered non-incapactitating injuries and were transported to OVMC by Sardis EMS. Both vehicles sustained disabling damage and were towed from the scene by Stephen’s Towing. Winland was cited with a stop sign violation.