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Guns are stolen from Niles home

Friday, July 4, 2003

Guns are stolenfrom Niles home
NILES -- Eight guns valued at $2,700 were reported missing Monday from a West First Street home.
The resident told police that when he arrived home at 2:45 a.m. Wednesday he noticed the laundry room window open, the living room gun cabinet was empty and a handgun also was taken from his bedroom.
The missing guns were identified as a Remington 12 gauge semiautomatic shotgun, a Mossberg 12 gauge pump-action shotgun with a camouflage stock, a Winchester 37 single-barrel 20 gauge shotgun, a Remington 20 gauge bolt-action shotgun, a Remington .22 caliber bolt-action rifle, a Remington .22 caliber bolt-action long rifle, a .32 caliber silver revolver and a 44 magnum Smith & amp; Wesson handgun.
Taken to hospital
HUBBARD -- Three people were taken to an area hospital after an accident at a car auction site.
Emiliano Ramos, 66, of Burg Hill, was pulling into the Pa.-Ohio Auto Auction on Youngstown-Hubbard Road at 2:40 p.m. Monday when he drove into a group of people, hit a truck and then hit the wall of the building, police said.
Detective Michael Begeot said police are investigating whether the gas pedal on the vehicle stuck. The vehicle was impounded.
Ramos, along with Muawiyah K. Naser, 46, of Youngstown, and Donald T. Richards, 70, of Hubbard, who were in the crowd struck by the car, were taken to St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown.
No condition reports were available this morning.
No charges have been filed, and no damage estimate was available.
Murder charge
WARREN -- A 25-year-old man has been indicted by a Trumbull County grand jury on aggravated murder charges.
Corey L. Bradley, no street address, is being held in the county jail without bond.
He is accused of killing Antonio Daniels on June 18.
Daniels, 22, of Sixth Street S.W., was found shot once in the head outside 941 Oak St. S.W.
Police have not established a motive.
Ceremony openschildren's patio
WARREN -- A ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new children's patio at the main public library will be at 2 p.m. July 8.
The concrete patio surrounded by a low vinyl fence was funded by a $12,000 gift from Arden O. Lea Jr., of Georgia, in memory of his parents, Arden O. Lea Sr., a former Trumbull County Common Pleas Court judge, and Ruth Griffith.
The patio will host its first program, a petting zoo, from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. July 9.
Lottery winner
CLEVELAND -- Marilyn Gozik of Masury won the top prize of $100,000 in the June 26 drawing of the Buckeye 5 lottery game.
The Ohio Lottery Commission said Gozik let the computer at Mr. D's Food Fair on Warren-Sharon Road in Brookfield pick what turned out to be the winning numbers.
She filed for her prize at the Austintown regional lottery office.
Scouts plant flowers
HOWLAND -- A dozen boys from Cub Scout Pack 101 planted flowers Monday at the gazebo in Howland Park on East Market Street.
The community service project required planting several flats of begonias along the sidewalk and behind the benches.
Participating were Chance Farrell, Alex Stirling, Keith Stirling, John Wimer, Jacob Abbot, Lucas Downing, Thomas Downing, Michael Fenstermaker, Jeffrey Janus, Frederick Morgan, James Rossi and Sam Connors.
Woman threatened
CAMPBELL -- Police are seeking information about who may have sent a package containing two dolls with straight pins stuck in their eyes to a Whipple Avenue woman.
The woman believes the package she received Saturday was sent by the same person who sent her a letter and birthday card a few weeks ago.
She told police she's also received threatening telephone calls, including one on her birthday, and believes the same person is responsible.
Police reports state that the woman has received two calls in the past two months from a man who said that he wants to go out with her and threatened to kill her dogs if she declined.
The woman also told police the caller made derogatory remarks about her husband.