Drug trafficking charges

Drug trafficking charges
BOARDMAN -- Police are charging a 17-year-old Poland girl with felony trafficking in drugs after an arrest Monday afternoon at the Red Roof Inn. Reports say the girl was taken into custody around 2 p.m. Monday when officers found seven bags of marijuana, all packaged for sale, inside the 1998 Buick Regal she was driving.
Outstanding warrants
YOUNGSTOWN -- A car with three men inside stopped for loud music late Tuesday on the South Side resulted in drug and gun charges and outstanding warrants served for Liberty and Campbell. Police collected two guns that had been tossed from the car on Clearmont Avenue. The driver, Ceyanie Dubose, 25, of Martin Luther King Boulevard, was served with a domestic violence warrant out of Liberty. His arrest report shows charges of improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle and loud music. Marvin Daltorio, 23, of Jean Street, Campbell, was served with a felonious assault warrant issued by Campbell. His new charge is carrying a concealed weapon. John Drummond, 25, of Allerton Court was charged with possession of crack cocaine. Police said he had six individually wrapped bags of crack hidden in the sock of his artificial left leg.
Stolen ATVs recovered
GIRARD -- Three Youngstown teenagers have been cited into Trumbull County Juvenile Court and three stolen all-terrain vehicles recovered. Patrol Officer Greg Manente said police received calls of suspicious people in the South Side neighborhood of Davis and Dearborn streets and Amherst Avenue. Manente, patrol officer Chris O'Brien and Detective John Norman responded to a call in the area around 7:30 a.m. Tuesday and spotted four or five juveniles with three ATVs stolen from a Dearborn garage. The juveniles fled, and a 14-year-old and two 15-year-olds were captured with criminal tools. One or two others got away. Manente said two of the boys are on probation in Mahoning County for similar offenses.
Ammunition plant tour
RAVENNA -- The Ravenna Army Ammunition Plant's restoration advisory board will tour four sites on the base Saturday from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Those interested will be transported by bus after leaving their cars at building 1037.
Gas leak repaired
CANFIELD -- Columbia Gas workers were called to the corner of South Raccoon Road and U.S. Route 224 Tuesday afternoon to fix a gas leak. Cardinal Joint Fire District firefighters said the work was done in about 90 minutes. The leak began around 12:30 p.m., when construction crews working on a new Sheetz struck a 3-inch gas line. The area was evacuated as a precaution.
Water conservation
CANFIELD -- Township trustees are asking residents in The Cloisters, Muirfield Estates, St. Andrews, Indian Run, Tippecanoe Estates, Tippecanoe Woods, and Villa Rosa Gardens developments to limit water usage and water lawns between midnight and 6 a.m. The area has low water pressure.
Road will close
YOUNGSTOWN -- Midlothian Boulevard at the intersection of Southern Boulevard will be closed from 5 p.m. Friday until 7 a.m. Sunday for replacement of the railroad grade crossing owned by the Central Columbiana and Pennsylvania Railway. Detour routes will be posted.
Charged in stabbing
CAMPBELL -- Luis Lafaye, 18, of Tremble Avenue will be arraigned on charges of disorderly conduct and felonious assault Friday in municipal court in the stabbing of his brother. Police reports say Lafaye held a knife to his brother's head and stabbed him in the hand around 4 p.m. Friday. His mother and 13-year-old sister told police that he had been threatening them and flashing a knife often recently.
Fitch football ads
AUSTINTOWN -- Fitch High School football players will be going door-to-door tonight to sell patron advertisements in the fall football program. Full-page advertisements cost $200; half-page, $125; quarter-page, $75; and eighth-page, $50. Money raised will benefit the team. To donate, call Kathy Gerberry at (330) 799-2674.
Niles nicknames
NILES -- A new book from the Niles Historical Society gives a guide to the nicknames of local residents. The society began collecting the names as a project after realizing how many people had nicknames -- and how many people were known only by those names. Contributors sent in nicknames and the stories behind them. A limited number of booklets was printed and will be sold at the annual Heritage Day, Aug. 4, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the museum on Brown Street.

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