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April 19, 2013

On the Record: A listing of today’s births, district judge reports and marriage licenses



To Dominique Williams Sr. of New Castle and Tiffany Koziol of New Castle, a son on April 17, 2013.

To Anthony and Christen Kladitis of New Castle, a daughter on April 18, 2013.

To William and Nina Mansour Harper of New Castle, a daughter on April 18, 2013.

District judges

Jerry G. Cartwright

Dog law enforcement charged the following people:

•Tina Marie McNulty, 33, of Ellwood City, failure to apply for dog license.

•Emily S. Flatt, 30, of Ellwood City, failure to apply for dog license.

•Samantha Briner, 23, of Ellwood City, failure to apply for dog license.

•Judy Ann Johnston, 42, of Ellwood City, failure to apply for dog license and failure to have dog or cat vaccinated.

Melissa A. Amodie

•Robert D. Leasure Jr., 54, of New Castle, charged by New Castle police with disorderly conduct.

Jennifer Nicholson

•Marterius Brown, 22, of New Castle, charged by New Castle police with simple assault and harassment.

David B. Rishel

State police charged the following people:

•Leah Borrelli, 25, of New Castle, two counts of driving under the influence and one count each of disregarding traffic lane, careless driving and failure to use safety belt.

•Michael F. Mezza, 48, of New Castle, two counts of driving under the influence.

Scott A. McGrath

•Gregory Thomas Johnson Sr., 37, of Niles, Ohio, charged by state police with arrest prior to requisition.

Marriage licenses

Jeffrey Lyle Macdonald Jr., 24, of Onancock, Va., and Sara Lynn Reis, 24, of Onancock

Matthew P. Hudson, 37, of Ellwood City and Nicole Lori-Ann Lust, 38, of Ellwood City

James William Schultz Jr., 43, of Enon Valley and Sarah Jean Strohecker, 32, of Enon Valley

Randall Stephen Bucy, 28, of Campbell, Ohio, and Samantha Jo Grant, 24, of Ellwood City

Paul Joseph Kish, 32, of Burghill, Ohio, and Sara Lynn Sullivan, 27, of Burghill

Joseph Michael Mendicino, 28, of New Castle and Erin Beth Fields, 26, of New Castle

David Nicholas Dado, 27, of New Castle and Megan Shea Kirkwood, 26, of New Castle

Michael Thomas Ritorto, 29, of Ellwood City and Jennifer Jane Fox, 32, of Ellwood City

Patsy Anthony Aromando, 45, of New Castle and Paula Jo Litrenta, 36, of New Castle

David Craig McCann, 59, of New Wilmington and Patricia Marie Mueller, 46, of New Wilmington

Vito Francis Cialella Sr., 49, of New Castle and Michelle Lee Ieropoli, 44, of New Castle

William Daryl Bowdon, 42, of New Castle and Jennie Rosebud Lewis, 31, of New Castle

Richard Charles Caffie Jr., 50, of Warren, Ohio, and Precious Anne Lewis, 42, of New Castle

Eric James See, 33, of Darlington and Veronica Helen Kumanchik, 33, of Portersville

Shane Adam Kaylor, 29, of Bessemer and Brandy Marie Garrison, 29, of Edinburg

Thomas Joseph Chirichella III, 31, of Hubbard, Ohio, and Kristy Lee Hitt, 34, of Hubbard

Myron Donald Chappell, 25, of New Castle and Lauren Amber McDevitt, 25, of New Castle

Peter Clayton Hoffman, 29, of Ellwood City and Erica Rochelle Henderson, 31, of Ellwood City

Wayne M. Smail, 22, of New Castle and Tennille Renee Clingerman, 22, of New Galilee

Robert David Griffith, 28, of New Castle and Laurie Anne Marshall, 37, of New Castle

Donald James Piccirillo Jr., 29, of New Castle and Ann Marie Patsy, 28, of New Castle

Andrew Jacob Diehl, 29, of New Galilee and Anjelica Marie Marsh, 23, of New Galilee.

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