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Dispute over Viagra



Published: Wed, May 1, 2002 @ 12:00 a.m.



Dispute over Viagra

CANFIELD -- A domestic dispute began late Tuesday night when a wife found Viagra in luggage her husband had ready to go for his out-of-town trip. She wouldn't give it back. He called the Mahoning County Sheriff's Department. By the time a deputy arrived at the couple's Sperone Court home, the wife had returned the Viagra. She explained to the deputy that she didn't want her husband to take the Viagra with him. The deputy noted in his report that the couple -- she's 40, he's 45 -- agreed to separate for the night.

Dynamite detonated

COITSVILLE -- The Youngstown Police Department bomb squad blew up two sticks of deteriorated dynamite found Tuesday afternoon in the attic of a restaurant-bar at 3535 Upland Ave., said Detective Sgt. Joe DeMatteo, head of the unit. Coitsville Lt. Allan P. Morris said John J. Pavlic Jr., the owner of Sonny Pav's Restaurant, discovered a suspicious package while cleaning the attic and called police. Morris said roads near the building were closed for two hours. He said because the old dynamite was unstable, the bomb squad decided to detonate it there rather than move it. Neighbors told police that, years ago, the bar's former owner used dynamite to blow up rocks behind the business with the idea of clearing the land for a three-hole golf course.

Teens arrested

YOUNGSTOWN -- Two boys -- 16 and 17 -- found inside 1511 Forestview Ave. during a raid Tuesday afternoon by members of the police department vice squad were handcuffed and taken to the juvenile justice center to face drug charges. The boys were found hiding in the laundry room of the East Side home. The 16-year-old boy had eight small bags of crack and his companion had two Vicodin pills, police said. Vicodin is a controlled substance prescribed as a painkiller. Police reports show the boys' home is on Lansdowne Avenue.

Man shot in head

YOUNGSTOWN -- Horace Anderson, 40, of Sherwood Avenue, was in critical condition today at St. Elizabeth Health Center with a bullet wound to the head. Police found Anderson at 11:50 p.m. Tuesday slumped over the steering wheel of a vehicle parked at Conroy's Party Shop at 3629 Glenwood Ave. on the South Side. Anderson had been shot one time in the upper lip area and the bullet lodged in the back of his head, reports show. A casing was found near the pay phone at Glenwood and West Judson Avenue.

Head-butting reported

AUSTINTOWN -- Police received a report Monday alleging that a Youngstown firefighter head-butted a township road department employee in early April. The employee, 38, of Whispering Pines, said he had a dispute with the firefighter, 43, of Westchester Drive, on April 3 on South Navarre Avenue over business matters. During the dispute, the firefighter tried to head-butt the employee several times, striking him once, the employee said. He was not injured. Reports do not say why the employee waited until Monday to file the report.

Gun report probed

AUSTINTOWN -- Police are investigating a report that a Youngstown man flashed a gun during a dispute Monday on Pinecrest Avenue. The man, 20, of Hartzell Avenue, was confronted around 6 p.m. by a Rhoda Avenue man, 20, who held a bat. The Rhoda Avenue man said the Hartzell Avenue man had been following him. The Hartzell Avenue man flashed the gun when approached with the bat, the Rhoda Avenue man said. He said he fled after seeing the gun.

Equipment stolen

AUSTINTOWN -- The new owner of the former Taste-N-Tell Bakery on South Raccoon Road told police that cooking equipment was stolen from the business Monday, including fryer baskets and screens, a cooler door and a cooler air compressor. The owner said a maintenance man was in the business Monday morning.

Grant to fix plumbing

YOUNGSTOWN -- The Rescue Mission of Mahoning Valley received a $3,000 grant from the Ruth H. Beecher Charitable Trust for plumbing work in its resident building at 962 Martin Luther King Blvd.




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