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South Point man arraigned for assaulting police officer

Pedro man sentenced for domestic violence

 

Assaulting a peace officer was just one of the charges brought against a South Point man Wednesday in Lawrence County Common Pleas Court.

Christopher Jenkins, 33, 279 Township Road 1034, South Point, was arraigned on two counts of third-degree domestic violence, third-degree attempt to commit burglary, fourth-degree assault of a police officer and one count of resisting arrest.

Jenkins pleaded not guilty through his attorney Luke Styer.

Judge Charles Cooper set an own-recognizance (or) bond of $100,000 for Jenkins and set a pretrial for Nov 23.

Brittany Lyons, 22, of 105 Rowe St, Coal Grove, was arraigned on one count of third-degree escape. Lyons pleaded guilty through her attorney Mike Glaichauf.

Cooper set a $100,000 cash or surety bond and scheduled a pretrial for Nov. 23.

If convicted, Lyons faces up to three years in prison.

Jeremy Rogers, 26, of 486 Hammerstein Road, Wheelersburg, was arraigned on one count of fifth-degree theft. Rogers pleaded not guilty through his attorney Mike Gleichauf.

Cooper set bond at $5,000 cash or surety and scheduled a pretrial for Nov. 23.

Amber Waddell, 26, 2739 S. Fifth St., Ironton, was arraigned on a community-control sanctions violation. Waddell denied the alleged violation through her attorney Mike Gleichauf.

Cooper scheduled a trial for Nov. 23.

Waddell had previously pleaded not guilty to second-degree burglary at an arraignment on Nov. 2.

Gregory Mays, 28, of 1251 Township Road 138, Ironton, was arraigned on one count of fifth-degree breaking and entering and one count of third-degree grand theft, which included semi-automatic firearms. Mays pleaded not guilty through his attorney Samantha Fields.

Cooper set bond at $50,000 cash or surety or $100,000 property after denying Fields’ request for an OR bond.

Richard Cole, 40, of 647 County Road 14, Pedro, was sentenced to three years in prison for each of two counts of third-degree domestic violence.

Cooper allowed the sentenced to run concurrently.