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Body found on south side in Youngstown identified
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) - The body of a man located on the south side of Youngstown has been identified.Police say the body of Robert Miller was found Tuesday at about 5:39 p.m. behind Oak Hill Cemetery on Plum Street.No other information about the deceased has been released.A cause of death hasn't
Police Calls | Stumbling man found with marijuana, pipe
300 block of West Third Street, Mansfield- A 28-year-old man was issued summonses for possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, drunkenness and having an open container on Thursday night. Police reported seeing him stumbling on the sidewalk. They said they found a marijuana pipe and
Member of multi-person indictment pleads guilty
Jones, 56, South Lincoln Avenue, Salem, pleaded guilty to charges of three counts of trafficking in cocaine, two counts of trafficking in heroin, one count of trafficking in drugs and three counts of permitting drug abuse for allegedly allowing her apartment home at the time on Aetna Street, Salem,
Ex-police chief pleads guilty to stealing from dead man
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) — Authorities say a former Ohio police chief and coroner's investigator has pleaded guilty to stealing money from a dead man while removing his body from a home.The Attorney General's Office says 42-year-old Richard Jamrozik, of Campbell, pleaded guilty Thursday in Youngstown t
Feds pursuing death charges for fentanyl oversdose after speedy trial snafu in Summit County
The delay was caused after paperwork Vaughn sent from prison, where he’s serving time on an unrelated case, got lost in the mail at the Akron Municipal Court clerk’s office.
One man arrested after Columbiana County drug raid
According to a written statement from Detective Lieutenant Brian McLaughlin, a result of the search warrant uncovered roughly 54 grams of crack cocaine, three grams of cocaine, one gram of heroin, 15 grams of marijuana, over $1,400, digital scales, drug paraphernalia, two handguns as well as packagi
NEOMED Receives $7.5M Grant for Mental Health Centers - Business Journal Daily
ROOTSTOWN, Ohio –Northeast Ohio Medical Universityreceived a $7.5 million grant fromPeg’s FoundationThursday for the college’s Department of psychiatry, the largest grant awarded specifically for mental health treatment by a private foundation in Ohio.
Man beaten in Youngstown had spleen removed
YOUNGSTOWN — Police are trying to figure out how a man ended up at St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital on Wednesday with injuries so severe he had to have his spleen removed.Reports said officers were called to the hospital about 3 p.m., where reports said he was taken to the hospital by paramedics ea
Salem parks plan to open new splash pad June 1
The commission had originally hoped to have the splash pad operational last year during the pool season, but the project took a little longer than originally expected to get everything permitted, inspected and installed after getting the ground prepared and all the plumbing and electrical installed
Body of missing man discovered
According to reports from Youngstown’s WKBN First News, the Preston County, W.Va., sheriff’s office was called to the Bull Run area in Preston County around 4 a.m. Sunday for a reported drowning.
Ohio doctor weighs in on possible link between grilling and cancer
YOUNGSTOWN, OH (WKBN) - Before you fire up the grill for Memorial Day, there is research that is causing some concern about eating grilled food.
String of FBI, Task Force raids across the area part of larger investigation
"I drive my son to school. I see, you know, a cop car, the news reporters and very curious," a neighbor said. "This is normally a very, very safe neighborhood and I want to keep it that way -- especially there's a bunch of children that live here and, you know, it's very concerning."
Kravitz Deli location in the Poland Library to close
"Due to the growth of Inspired Catering and at the Garden Cafe in Fellow Riverside Garden, I have decided to close our Poland Kravitz location to better concentrate on our core business in Liberty, the Garden Cafe in MillCreek Park, and our Inspired Catering. We have enjoyed being at the Poland Li
Car hits bear on Ohio Turnpike
Bears have been spotted all over Northeast Ohio this spring, including in Pepper Pike, Hudson, Chardon and Mantua. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources said the black bear population in the state is between 50 and 100.
Pair arrested in latest Austintown prostitution sting
Tiffany Uher, 30, of Orwell faces charges of soliciting and possessing criminal tools and Nicholas Shoemaker, 30, of Bloomfield faces a felony charge of promoting prostitution.
Salem council interested in SAFEbuilt proposal
Dickey chairs the Committee of the Whole and asked Mayor John Berlin what he needed, with Berlin saying he needed some direction on whether to go forward and get some numbers from the SAFEbuilt representative regarding a possible fee scale for permits and a contract so the law director can put toget
Police: Body found on city's westside
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) - Police are investigating after a body was found on the city's Westside Tuesday.Police say the body was found behind Oak Hill cemetery on Plum Street.The person's identity has not been released, neither has a cause of death.Police have no other information at this time.Check
Man pulls gun at Taco Bell drive-thru in Youngstown
According to a police report, a customer was in line at the drive-thru at about 11:35 p.m. and was paying for her order when a man ran between her car and the building, came up to the drive-thru window, pulled a gun and demanded the cash drawer from the worker.
Pregnant Ohio woman run over by car during suspected pot deal
The driver moved forward to an intersection and then braked suddenly, throwing the woman from the hood, according to a police report.
Police ask for help identifying suspected thief in surveillance photos
"Just a crime of opportunity. That's what it was, he saw no one around, walked up, grabbed it and took off with it," said Detective Pat Mondora.