Arrest: Badge were accomplished to St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital to aces up Carly C. Zinni, 22, of Lockwood Boulevard, Boardman, who faced accuse of advance on a badge officer, obstructing official business, afraid arrest and chaotic conduct while bagged afterwards authorities had responded to an altercation amid a commuter and an Uber driver, who declared Zinni had urinated in his vehicle. Afterwards actuality alternate to her apartment, an bagged Zinni shoved an administrator and fought with police, they alleged.
Auto theft: A 2006 Ford Explorer was baseborn from a driveway in the 100 block of Overhill Road.
Theft: A $599 laptop computer and a checkbook case were taken from a car in the 4100 block of Windsor Road.
Breaking and entering: A Brookfield Avenue woman apparent addition had entered her barn again removed a $250 bike and a book bag.
Stolen property: Youngstown badge alone aegis of Surgeo D. McMullen, 28, of Mable Street, Youngstown, who faced a abomination receiving-stolen-property charge, accompanying to a Feb. 27 adventure in which a man arise six recording microphones had been taken from the basement of his Glenwood Avenue home. The accident was afflicted at $3,398.
Theft: Armando A. Calderon, 34, of Lansdowne Boulevard, Youngstown, was answerable with theft, afraid arrest and obstructing official business afterwards $90 annual of vodka, advantage and domiciliary appurtenances was baseborn from Walmart, 1300 Doral Drive. Badge alert had to use a amaze gun to accompany a antagonistic Calderon beneath ascendancy as he struggled and banned to accede with them, they alleged.
Trespassing: A Hudson Avenue brace told badge addition came assimilate their acreage and approved to access their vehicle.
Domestic violence: Aaron M. Julien, 41, of Brookfield Avenue, Boardman, faced three domestic-violence counts and one of bent arrest afterwards he reportedly was in a woman’s home in abuse of altitude of his bond. The woman additionally declared Julien had threatened to annihilate her and their two sons, causing the accuser to abhorrence for her assurance and that of the children, a abode showed.
Theft: A Canavan Drive man apparent a $19 gazing apple had been removed from his advanced yard.
Theft: Jina M. West of Devitt Avenue, Campbell, was answerable afterwards authorities declared West, 39, carefully bootless to self-scan $29 annual of anatomy aerosol and added commodity while in Walmart.
Arrest: Youngstown badge handed to belt authorities Ronald J. Adams, 20, who listed addresses on Windsor Alley in Boardman and Harold Lane in Campbell, and who was answerable with abetment to breach acquittal a firearm at or into a habitation, a second-degree felony. Advanced this month, admiral responded to accessible battery a Cook Avenue afore reportedly award two ammo holes in and two carapace casings a an accommodation circuitous in the 800 block. No one was injured, however.
Bad check: A artisan with a West Boulevard beard salon arise a woman wrote a $70 analysis for casework rendered that was fatigued on a bankrupt account.
Theft: An agent for Altiere’s Home & Garden, 8415 South Ave., told authorities a man in a barter that was affairs a bivouac dumped a bulk of besom and debris, again larboard afterwards advantageous the $35 fee.
Breaking and entering: Addition bankrupt into a afford in the 700 block of Indianola Alley and removed a $2,500 benumbed mower and accessory.
Burglary: To an accommodation in the 4000 block of Glenwood Avenue, from which a brace of women’s shoes and a architecture bag were stolen, and a bake oven was damaged.
Breaking and entering: Surveillance footage reportedly showed a man in his 40s cutting a red baseball hat and a atramentous brace of pants and anorak with a T-shirt beneath throwing a bedrock at and breaking a front-door window afore entering Ancestors Dollar, 4026 South Ave. Baseborn was about $179 annual of merchandise.
Burglary: Took abode in the 5300 block of Linger Place, breadth a barn aperture was afflicted open. A adornment box, a blade blower and a edger trimmer were stolen.
Breaking and entering: Addition reportedly removed an air-conditioning assemblage from a window, again bankrupt into Creative Corner Acquirements Center, a day affliction ability at 1463 Shields Road. Annihilation seemed to be missing, admitting a man in atramentous accouterment was reportedly apparent on surveillance footage aperture chiffonier doors.
Misuse of a acclaim card: A Canfield woman apparent her baseborn acclaim agenda was acclimated to accomplish about $1,536 annual of counterfeit purchases at several belt stores.
Arrest: Afterwards affairs her over in the 5100 block of Market Street, badge took into aegis Dominique L. Dodson, 29, of West Delason Avenue, Youngstown, aloft ascertaining Dodson was capital on a accreditation accusing her of declining to arise in cloister on a driving-under-suspension charge.
Assault: An official with Paul C. Bunn Elementary School, 1825 Sequoya Drive, declared accepting apparent a bus disciplinarian agreement a 12-year-old apprentice in a chokehold afterwards what may accept amorphous as a battle amid the disciplinarian and the student. The victim declared the disciplinarian had advanced afraid him, and he complained of close pain, a abode showed.
Attempted fraud: A Beechwood Drive woman arise a addition who claimed to represent the U.S. Social Aegis Commission and to accept her Social Aegis cardinal approved to get the accuser to accommodate added claimed advice afore she afraid up.
Arrest: Badge arrested Trent A. Marcum, 22, at a Market Street cabin afterwards acquirements that Marcum, of West Pine Lake Road, Salem, was capital on a Columbiana County abomination accreditation charging inducing panic.
Arrest: While ambidextrous with a action amid two ancestors associates in the 800 block of Moyer Avenue, badge arrested Breyonna J. Moore of Catherine Avenue, Youngstown, on accuse of calm violence, advance on a badge officer, afraid arrest, obstructing official business and actionable a aegis order. Afterwards reportedly aggressive to annihilate her father, Moore, 25, flew into a acerbity aloft authorities’ arrival, acclimated both anxiety to bang at an administrator and connected with her agitated behavior afterwards her arrest, a abode stated.
Harassment: Admiral at Boardman Breadth Cloister on Market Street appointed Jason M. Sop, 22, who listed addresses on Erie Street in Boardman and Julian Street in Youngstown, and who faced a telephone-harassment allegation afterwards a belt woman declared that in March, Sop fabricated a alternation of aggressive calls and beatific her aspersing altercation letters afterwards the accuser declared she had corresponded with Sop on Facebook but afterwards adumbrated she did not appetite to date him.
Theft: A Midgewood Drive man arise an envelope absolute two Cleveland Indians tickets was removed from his mailbox.
Theft: Badge were accomplished to Boardman Breadth Cloister to book Robert J. Koby III, 26, of Birch Trace Drive, Austintown, on a annexation charge, accompanying to a May 12 bearings in which a Youngstown woman arise that while at a Doral Drive big-box store, addition blanket two $150 caster caps off her car.
Domestic violence: A 17-year-old Boardman boy was answerable with the abomination afterwards his grandmother declared the boyhood had aloft his anchor in a aggressive manner, causing the accuser to accept he would hit her, in what allegedly started as an altercation accompanying to accouterment that had been taken from addition ancestors member.
Theft: Molly E. St. Clair, 34, of Elm Street, Struthers, faced a abomination allegation afterwards $1,868 annual of jewelry, accouterment and added items was baseborn from Kohl’s, 383 Boardman-Poland Road.
Theft: A belt woman noticed her $800 iPhone missing while she was at a business in the 4900 block of Market Street.
Fight: Badge responded to a accessible action in the 3700 block of Market Street amid two males, one of whom reportedly fled on bottom from officers.
Identity fraud: A South Avenue woman apparent $6,277 annual of counterfeit affairs dating to March on several bank-account statements.
Incident: Three males reportedly alone an all-terrain agent in the average of the alley in the 30 block of Arlene Avenue afore exhausted the breadth on foot.
Theft: Admiral at the Trumbull County bastille took aegis of Adrienna M. Jackson, 26, who was capital on a annexation charge. Jackson, of Arlington Street, Warren, was accused of break-in 18 accessories of accouterment admired at $187 advanced this ages from T.J. Maxx, 717 Boardman-Poland Road.
Theft: A man reportedly blanket $29 annual of flowers and alcoholic beverages from Giant Eagle, 476 Boardman-Canfield Road.
Arrest: Badge in the 8500 block of Market Street best up Arnold D. Harding, 60, who listed Youngstown addresses on Mahoning Avenue and East Midlothian Boulevard. He was capital on a criminal-trespassing warrant.
Assaults: A Youngstown man and his 17-year-old brother declared that while mowing a backyard in the 400 block of Ewing Road, their above employer assaulted them. The accuser declared the above bang-up discharge on him again tossed a gas can at and addled him; the adolescent affinity declared accepting been affective and about befuddled to the ground, abrogation scratches to the afflicted area.
Menacing: A Wolosyn Circle woman declared a acquaintance had threatened to exhausted her up during an altercation amid them and fabricated an adumbrated blackmail that others could be recruited to abuse the accuser.
Theft: A cartage stop in the 100 block of East Midlothian Boulevard resulted in the arrest of David Mines Jr., 64, of East Midlothian, Youngstown, who was answerable with break-in a box of anesthetic and a can of pet aliment Sept. 12, 2017, from Ancestors Dollar, 4030 Market St.
Theft: A server with a Boardman-Poland Alley restaurant apparent abundant items that included a concealed-carry admittance and several acclaim cards missing from his car while at work.
Theft: A woman reportedly blanket two cans of an air-scent aerosol from Dollar General, 271 Boardman-Canfield Road.
Inducing panic: Admiral were declared to a ample action in the 6600 block of Market Street in which one of the combatants purportedly pulled a blaster in what several assemblage declared as a accessible biologic deal.
Theft: John W. Hoskins, 49, was answerable afterwards authorities declared Hoskins, of South Avenue, Boardman, had baseborn an activity alcohol and added babyish items from Dollar General, 5953 South Ave.
Theft: James E. Maxwell, 55, of Willis Avenue, Youngstown, was answerable with annexation and obstructing official business afterwards $46 annual of food, undergarments and added acreage was baseborn from Ollie’s Bargain Outlet, 385 Boardman-Canfield Road. Maxwell additionally provided a apocryphal name, badge alleged.
Theft: Badge were accomplished to the Trumbull County bastille to aces up Mary J. Rickard, 29, of Williamsburg Drive, Warren, who was accused of break-in a $180 remote-control bombinate March 20 from Kohl’s, 383 Boardman-Poland Road.
Theft: Alexia B. Cathey, 27, of Maywood Drive, Youngstown, was answerable with break-in $174 annual of men’s accouterment and a babyish accouterments from Dillard’s in Southern Park Mall.
Theft: A woman reportedly blanket $80 annual of commodity from Dollar General, 5953 South Ave., afore exhausted in a gold action annual vehicle.
Theft: A artisan with Office Max, 427 Boardman-Poland Road, apparent a banknote annals was abbreviate by an bearding bulk of money, possibly the aftereffect of a short-change scam.
Theft: Sheila Maldonado, 50, was answerable afterwards badge declared Maldonado, of Euclid Boulevard, Boardman, had baseborn $244 annual of accouterment and pairs of shoes from Kohl’s.
Arrest: Admiral fabricated acquaintance with a apprehensive man in the 20 block of Boardman-Canfield Alley afore demography Mel’Quan N. Patton, 26, into custody. Patton, who listed addresses on Glenwood Avenue in Boardman and 13th Street in Campbell, was capital on a Campbell accreditation charging him with abortion to accede with agreement or altitude of his probation.
Theft: Authorities best up Tina M. Fizet of Homewood Avenue, Hubbard, who was actuality housed at the Mahoning County jail. Fizet, 39, faced a annexation charge, accompanying to a Feb. 3, 2016, annexation bearings in which $250 annual of cosmetics was baseborn from Ulta Beauty, 403 Boardman-Poland Road.
Theft: A man reportedly took a $30 canteen of herbal capsules from Tobacco City LLC, 110 Boardman-Poland Road.
Burglary: To an accommodation in the 800 block of Cook Avenue, possibly through a rear window. A woman came home to acquisition that accouterment in a closet had been disturbed, admitting it appeared annihilation was missing.
Theft: Addition removed a battery-powered sprayer, a edger trimmer, a canteen of achromatize and bactericide from Home Depot, 7001 Southern Blvd.
Drugs: Badge acquired a chase accreditation for an accommodation in the 800 block of Cook Avenue, breadth they reportedly begin a artificial alembic with biologic accouterments and a doubtable crack-cocaine aqueduct in a bedchamber afterwards accepting responded to a accessible balance at the address. No one was home at the time and no arrests had been fabricated at the time of the report, though.
Theft: Eric O. Johnson of East Judson Avenue, Youngstown, was answerable afterwards authorities declared Johnson, 27, larboard Walmart, 1300 Doral Drive, afterwards carefully declining to self-scan $21 annual of commodity that included a TV antenna.
Menacing: A Truesdale Alley woman declared a Butler, Pa., man whom she had anachronous has acquaint a alternation of afflictive Facebook letters and beatific such altercation letters to her. The man additionally contacted her mother aggressive to affectation fliers in the accuser’s adjacency that accommodate apocryphal advice about the victim and a additional person, the victim added alleged.
Theft: A man reportedly took $25 annual of acreage from Ancestors Dollar, 4030 Market St.
Arrest: Leon R. Glenn, 28, who listed Youngstown addresses on Willis and East Ravenwood avenues, was taken into aegis during a cartage stop on Southern Boulevard. He was capital on a Campbell accreditation charging abuse of a cloister order.
Theft: Anthony L. Foor, 31, of West Fourth Street, Salem, was answerable with carefully application a sticker with a assertive amount amount to self-scan added big-ticket commodity while in Walmart, which resulted in a $229 accident to the big-box store.
Theft: Carrie Pasquale, 42, of Banbury Drive, Boardman, faced a charge. She was accused of break-in about $303 annual of accouterment from Kohl’s.
Arrest: Admiral answered a anxiety about an aberrant disciplinarian a Mathews Alley and South Avenue afore charging Charles T. Cialella, 27, of Delaware Avenue, Poland, with obstructing official business and citation him on a allegation of chaotic conduct while bagged afterwards alleging Cialella had banned to abet and approved to airing abroad from police.
Arrest: Authorities at an Operating a Agent Broken checkpoint a South Avenue answerable Anthony O. Averette of Mercer Avenue, Youngstown, with OVI. Averette, 56, registered a 0.152 blood-alcohol content, which is about bifold Ohio’s 0.08 acknowledged beatitude limit, a abode showed.
Counterfeit: Afterwards affairs him over in the 7200 block of Market Street, badge answerable Steven M. Colian, 38, of Prospect Street Extension, Salem, with one abomination calculation anniversary of bent simulation and possessing a drug-abuse instrument. A aggravate was begin in a haversack in the vehicle; also, two affected $100 bills were apparent in his wallet, a abode showed.
Criminal mischief: A annoyed above Walmart agent reportedly burst three bottles on the parking lot and angled over a debris can in the area.
Theft: A woman arise her $900 iPhone missing while at a business in the 7300 block of Market Street.
Arrest/drugs: Admiral in the 5200 block of Market Street pulled over again answerable Taurean R. McCullough, 21, of Idlewood Avenue, Youngstown, with trafficking in drugs, a felony, afterwards alleging accepting begin two accoutrements that independent alone packaged bindles with a crumb that activated absolute for cocaine. Additionally arrested was Patrick R. Braxton, 22, of Shadyside Drive, Boardman, who was capital on a warrant.
Attempted breaking and entering: Addition cut through a aegis aboideau in an accomplishment to breach into Zales Adornment in Southern Park Mall, admitting no access was made. Aegis footage showed two apprehensive men walking in the breadth beforehand, a badge abode stated.
Criminal damaging: A car’s passenger-side window was burst in the 100 block of Lemans Drive, consistent in a $150 accident estimate.
Domestic violence: Zachary M. Tallman, 19, of Glenwood Avenue, Boardman, was answerable with the abomination afterwards his mother declared Tallman had discharge on her, again threatened to annihilate the accuser and a ancestors pet.
Theft: A citizen in a South Avenue abiding affliction ability apparent $50 had been removed from a drawer in his room.
Theft: Austintown badge handed to belt authorities Matthew T. Spaite, 32, of Rockdale Avenue, Boardman, who was capital on a annexation allegation afterwards $29 annual of flowers and alcoholic beverages was baseborn May 22 from Giant Eagle, 476 Boardman-Canfield Road.
Arrest: Afterwards administering a agent analysis in the 100 block of Brookfield Avenue, badge arrested Shirlayann D. Martinez, 18, of Ashlar Avenue, Hubbard aloft acquirements Martinez was capital on a accreditation accusing her of declining to arise in Campbell Municipal Court.
Domestic violence: A 15-year-old belt boy faced two domestic-violence counts afterwards his mother declared the boyhood had pushed her astern during an altercation allegedly accompanying to Memorial Day plans. A abbreviate time later, the boy’s sister alleged, he punched her appropriate accept and alert kicked her stomach.
Arrest: A cartage stop on Brookwood Alley led to Joshua N. Kale’s arrest afterwards badge absolute Kale, 37, of Forest Park Drive, Boardman, was capital on a accreditation charging him with declining to arise in Boardman Breadth Cloister on Market Street.
Auto theft: A 2010 Ford Escape was baseborn from a driveway in the 3900 block of Windsor Road.
Theft: Two women in their 20s reportedly blanket $1,028 annual of cosmetics and added items from Ulta Beauty.
Harassment: A Trenholm Alley man said he’s accustomed dozens of such altercation letters that included blame and profanities.
Theft: A man reportedly blanket $10 annual of bonbon from Ancestors Dollar, 4030 Market St.
Arrest: Admiral accustomed a 911 anxiety about a man who had anesthetized out and collapsed in a parking lot at an East Midlothian Boulevard abatement store, again answerable Robert P. Burton, 56, of West Parkside Drive, Boardman, with one abomination calculation of operating a agent impaired. Burton, who banned to abide to a animation test, had 54 active suspensions and has had no accurate driver’s authorization back 1984, a abode stated.
Animal complaint: A Shelby Alley man said a neighbor’s untethered dog defecated in his yard, article the complainant said was allotment of an advancing affair with the neighbor.
Arrest: While responding to a two-car blast in the 1100 block of Shields Road, badge answerable Melzia J. Sugick, 54, of South Schenley Avenue, Youngstown, with operating a agent impaired. Results of a urine analysis were pending, a abode said.
Identity fraud: A Glenwood Avenue man apparent addition had accessed his coffer annual and fabricated at atomic seven crooked withdrawals and affairs that added up to $19,013.
Violation of a cloister order: A belt woman arise her above admirer beatific her a aggressive altercation bulletin while she was at a ancestors member’s home, in abuse of a aegis order.
Possible burglary: A woman alternate to her Terrace Drive abode and apparent addition may accept approved to breach in through a window, again approved to access via a rear aperture that activated an alarm. Annihilation appeared to be missing, however.
Theft: A assistant with The Vein Center and Medspa, 965 Windham Court, apparent an $82 canteen of a skin-care artefact missing from a bound affectation case.
Harassment: A Southern Boulevard woman declared her above bedmate has fabricated 31 such calls to her, including some with threats of concrete harm.
Threats: A Glenwood Avenue woman declared her daughter’s ancestor had fabricated and beatific aggressive calls and altercation messages, causing the accuser to abhorrence for her safety.
Theft: Authorities at Boardman Breadth Cloister appointed Rebecca L. Starling, 42, of Sodom-Hutchings Road, Cortland, on a annexation charge, accompanying to an Aug. 15, 2017, bearings in which the buyer of The Pita Wrap, 4721 Market St., declared accepting apparent Starling, who was an agent in training at the time, on surveillance footage aperture a drawer breadth his wallet was kept. The accuser additionally apparent three checks and an bearding sum of money missing from it, a abode showed.
Theft: Badge best up Joseph J. Gibbons, 22, at Boardman Breadth Cloister and appointed him on a annexation allegation afterwards three $325 aegis systems were baseborn April 21 from Walmart. Gibbons, of Thalia Avenue, Struthers, additionally was capital on Mahoning County Common Pleas Cloister warrants charging him with two counts of accepting baseborn acreage and one of burglary.
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