Magistrate Court

Hancock County Magistrate

Brenda Evans, Beaver Falls, Pa., charge of domestic battery dismissed without prejudice at prosecutor’s request, Feb. 25.

Isaac Mowder, Lancaster, W.Va., pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, fined $100 and assessed court costs; pleaded guilty to public intoxication, fined $25 and assessed court costs; charge of obstructing an officer dismissed with prejudice at prosecutor’s request, Feb. 25.

Jamie Aldrich, Jacobsburg, Ohio, charged with driving under suspension (DUI), defendant pleaded guilty to lesser-included offense of driving under suspension (administrative), fined $100 and assessed court costs, Feb. 26.

David Kester, Weirton, charged with driving under the influence (second offense) dismissed at prosecutor’s request, Feb. 26.

Erin Erickson, Lexington, S.C., charge of trespassing dismissed at prosecutor’s request, officer in agreement, March 4.

David W. Bailey, Weirton, charge of domestic battery dismissed upon successful completion of six-month diversion program, no violations noted, fine paid in full, March 4.

David M. Podway, Westlake, Ohio, charge of obstructing an officer dismissed and refiled as public intoxication, to which defendant pleaded no contest, found guilty and fined $50 and assessed court costs, March 4.

Eric Gallop, Chester, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance, sentence of 90 days in jail suspended, placed on six months’ unsupervised probation with fee, assessed court costs, March 4.

Howard Straight, Weirton, charge of driving under the influence dismissed and refiled as reckless driving, to which defendant pleaded guilty, fined $500 and assessed court costs, March 5.

Joseph Spurrier, Weirton, charges of making threats of terrorist acts, escape, leaving the scene, registration violation, no proof of insurance, obstructing an officer, driving under suspension (administrative), failure to report an accident, and making harassing phone calls transferred to Hancock County Circuit Court, March 5.

Magistrate Court

Hancock County

Keisha Wickham, Chester, charged with driving under suspension (DUI, second offense), defendant pleaded guilty to lesser-included offense of driving under suspension (DUI, first offense). Sentence of 30 days in jail converted to 30 days’ home confinement with work release. Fined $200 and assessed court costs. Feb. 19

Bryan Reilly, Weirton, charges of driving under the influence and reckless driving dismissed without prejudice at defense counsel’s request with no objection from the state, Feb. 19

James Ervin Jr., Steubenville, charged with driving under suspension (DUI, second offense), defendant pleaded guilty to lesser-included offense of driving under suspension (DUI, first offense). Sentence of six months in jail suspended. Placed on six months’ unsupervised probation with fee. Fined $500 and assessed court costs, Feb. 19

Harry Guillory, Richmond, Texas, charged with driving under the influence (second offense), defendant pleaded guilty to DUI (first offense). Sentence of 30 days in jail suspended. Placed on six months’ unsupervised probation with fee. Fined $500 and assessed court costs. Charged with driving under suspension (administrative, second offense), defendant pleaded guilty to driving under suspension (administrative, first offense). Fined $200 and assessed court costs, Feb. 19

Corey Haspel, Weirton, charge of possession of controlled substance dismissed upon successful completion of probation. No violations noted; court costs paid in full, Feb. 26

Brandon Lindsey, Carlisle, S.C., charge of carrying dangerous weapon dismissed upon successful completion of probation. No violations noted; court costs paid in full, Feb. 26

Angel Santiago, Newell, charge of driving under the influence dismissed and refiled as reckless driving, to which defendant pleaded guilty. Fined $500 and assessed court costs, Feb. 26

Eric Reed, Newell, charged with driving under suspension (DUI, second offense), defendant pleaded guilty to lesser-included offense of driving under suspension (DUI, first offense). Sentence of six months in jail suspended. Placed on one year unsupervised probation with fee. Fined $100 and assessed court costs. Pleaded guilty to driving suspended (administrative, third offense). Sentence of 90 days in jail suspended. Placed on six months’ unsupervised probation to run concurrent with other charge. Fined $150 and assessed court costs, Feb. 26.