MAHONING CO. Man, 23, indicted on charge of murder
The FBI listed one of those indicted as a 'Fugitive of the Week' last fall.
YOUNGSTOWN -- A Mahoning County grand jury indicted a city man on a charge of aggravated murder Thursday.
The grand jury indicted Anthony J. Mobley, 23, who listed an address on South Jackson Street, on the murder charge with a firearm specification.
Police said Mobley shot Nathaniel Freeman, 26, of Halleck Avenue, four times outside a woman's home March 21 in the 200 block of Wayne Avenue.
The shooting took place at 10:45 a.m., when Mobley called Freeman out of his car and opened fire with a 9mm handgun, hitting Freeman in the back and leg, police said.
Police said Freeman had been seeing Mobley's former girlfriend, who lives on Wayne Avenue. The two men had argued earlier, then separated, police added.
Aggravated murder carries a penalty of 20 years to life imprisonment. The firearm specification carries a mandatory three-year prison term.
The grand jury also indicted Matthew Daviduk, 22, who listed addresses on First and Bessemer streets, on charges of attempted murder and felonious assault.
The indictment says that on Oct. 16, 2004, Daviduk tried to kill a man and also did harm to that same person in an unspecified location in Mahoning County.
Daviduk had been listed in December as a "Fugitive of the Week" by the FBI and Crime Stoppers of Greater Youngstown.
Attempted murder carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison, and the maximum prison term for felonious assault is eight years in prison.