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Cash register stolen



Published: Sat, April 23, 2005 @ 12:00 a.m.



Cash register stolen

YOUNGSTOWN -- The cash register at Subway on East Midlothian Boulevard was taken during a break-in at 12:45 a.m. Saturday, police said. Police who responded to the burglar alarm found a window had been broken, possibly by a rock, to gain entry. The manager is expected to turn over the surveillance tape to detectives Monday.

Sexual assault reported

YOUNGSTOWN -- A 39-year-old Boardman woman walking to a bar on Mahoning Avenue around 1:35 a.m. Saturday was raped after being pulled into a car near the bus stop on Osborne Avenue, reports show.

The woman said she and her son had been at a bar on South Meridian Road and he left with their car to go to a bar on Mahoning. When she later followed on foot to meet her son, an older dark blue Chevrolet, possibly a Monte Carlo or Cavalier, stopped and someone inside asked if she wanted a ride. After the woman said "No," the front seat passenger pulled her into the vehicle.

The car then parked behind the Mahoning Plaza, reports show. The woman said the front and back seat passengers took turns raping her while her head lay on the driver's lap. Both suspects wore condoms.

Afterward, the woman was tossed out of the car on Meridian and the suspects drove east on Mahoning. She walked to a bar to call police and was taken to St. Elizabeth Health Center for a rape examination.

The suspects are described as one white (the driver) and two black (the passengers) and all 20 years old.

Suspect gets court date

YOUNGSTOWN -- Andy Fusco, 83, of Winchester Avenue, who pleaded innocent in municipal court to taking newspapers from a Vindicator box, will be back in court May 20 for a pretrial. Fusco is accused of taking four newspapers from a box on Mahoning Avenue. A woman who works at a coin-operated laundry near the box photographed him with the papers.

Memorial Day parade

SHARON, Pa. -- Musical units and organizations from Pennsylvania and Ohio wishing to participate in Sharon's Memorial Day Parade at 11 a.m. May 30 are asked to call Bob Dach at (724) 347-2527, Sharon American Legion Post 299 at (724) 342-9093, or Veterans of Foreign Wars Shenango Post 1338 at (724) 342-0665.

A feature this year will be the 910th Air Force Reserve Honor Guard's C-130 flyover, weather permitting, scheduled for 11:15 a.m. down East State Street, looping around to North Oakland Avenue.

Commission meetings

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Lawrence County commissioners will conduct their regular weekly meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Pulaski Township Building. Commissioners have agreed to conduct evening meetings the last Tuesday of each month, through summer, at various areas of the county. Last month, when the initial night session was held, commissioners met in Wayne Township.




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