School board president will appear in court

School board presidentwill appear in court
CAMPBELL -- Robert T. Dolan, president of the Campbell Board of Education, who is charged with driving under the influence and passing left of center, will appear in municipal court here Sept. 14 for continuation of his pretrial hearing.
Dolan was arrested May 1 after his blue Ford pickup truck traveled left of center several times, prompting police to initiate a traffic stop.
Police said Dolan's blood alcohol was measured at 0.224. Ohio's blood-alcohol limit for motorists is 0.08.
To fund improvements,turnpike raises its rates
HARRISBURG, PA -- Tolls increased on the Pennsylvania Turnpike on Sunday.
Tolls for passenger vehicles rose 1.8 cents per mile to a new rate of 5.9 cents per mile. Commercial vehicles increased an average of 5.3 cents per mile.
The increase matches the rate of inflation over the 13 years since the last increase in 1991.
Pennsylvania Turnpike CEO Joseph G. Brimmeier said the increase will allow the turnpike commission to double its rate of capital spending over the next 10 years to fund infrastructure improvements along the aging east-west "Main Line" and Northeastern Extension. More than $1.3 billion has been allocated to rebuild the turnpike roadway at a cost of about $10 million per mile.
Pretrial hearing in crash
CAMPBELL -- Michael Mitulinski, 21, of Tenney Avenue, will appear in municipal court Nov. 9 for a pretrial hearing on charges of leaving the scene of an accident and failing to control the vehicle he was driving. Police say he had crashed his 1995 Pontiac Bonneville on July 26 into a pole along Wilson Avenue.
Shot hits girl in stomach
YOUNGSTOWN -- A 15-year-old city girl was hospitalized after shots were fired into her home on Erie Street late Sunday. Witnesses told city police that about 11:55 p.m., several male and female teenagers fired three rounds from the street into 3719 Erie St. and then fled. One round went through the living room window, police said. That shot was likely the one that hit Lakeya Perry in the abdomen. She was sitting on the couch in the living room with her brother, police said. She was in guarded condition at St. Elizabeth Health Center and was unable to speaker to officers, police said.
Shots fired at house
YOUNGSTOWN -- Shots were fired into a residence in the 2900 block of Dearborn about 11:15 p.m. Saturday, city police said. The woman who owns the home told police she heard five to six shots. Police found three holes in the house's siding. A man at the house said a shot went into the headboard of the bed in which he was lying.
Break-in at store
HADLEY, Pa. -- Pennsylvania State Police said someone broke the front glass door to get into the Hastee's Inc. store on U.S. Route 19 in Sandy Creek Township. The intruder took 20 cartons of Marlboro regular and Marlboro 100 cigarettes. The burglary occurred at 3:20 a.m. Saturday, police said.
Teens' vandalism arrests
YOUNGSTOWN -- City police arrested three teenagers on charges of vandalism Saturday evening at Youngstown Christian School, 4401 Southern Blvd. Police charged a 15-year-old and a 12-year-old from Youngstown and a 14-year-old from California with vandalism for breaking several windows at the school about 7:15 p.m. The trio had been seen earlier throwing rocks at two homes in the Euclid and Berkshire area, police said.

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