Moonda's wallet found
COLUMBUS -- A wallet belonging to Dr. Gulam Moonda has been found near the Ohio Turnpike, according to Ohio State Highway Patrol investigators. A man told officers he found the wallet while walking on property adjacent to the turnpike in Boston Township, between mileposts 175 and 176. The site, south of Cleveland, is about seven miles east of the scene where Moonda was fatally shot in an apparent roadside robbery on May 13. Moonda, a Hermitage, Pa., physician, was a passenger in a 2000 Jaguar being driven by his wife, Donna Moonda, when they stopped along the turnpike near North Royalton to change drivers. An unidentified man driving a dark-colored van stopped the car, demanded money and shot Moonda in the head. No charges or arrests have been made in the case, but investigators continue to urge anyone with information to call a toll-free tip line at (866) 678-8477. The Dr. Moonda reward fund also continues to offer $25,000 for new information reported through the tip line. Donations to the fund are accepted only through First National Bank of Hermitage, One FNB Boulevard, Hermitage, Pa. 16148.
Crash kills 1, hurts 1
NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- A Volant woman was killed and another woman was injured in a two-car accident early Sunday on state Route 19 in Washington Township. According to Pennsylvania State Police reports, Coral Lee Zeigler, 23, died when she lost control of her car and collided head-on with a car driven by Blaine Schandelmeier, 21, of Portersville. Two witnesses said that the car driven by Schandelmeier was on fire when they arrived at the scene shortly after the 1:40 a.m. accident. According to the report, they pulled Schandelmeier from the car. Schandelmeier was taken to UPMC in Sharon with serious injuries. The road was closed for about two hours while state police investigated, assisted by the Volant and New Wilmington fire departments.
Inmate's death probed
WARREN -- The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating the death Saturday night of an inmate at Trumbull Correctional Institution. Major Lee, 35, was found dead in his cell at about 9 p.m. and was pronounced dead at 10:14 p.m. at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Warren. An autopsy was to be conducted Sunday morning at Trumbull Memorial Hospital by the Trumbull County Coroner's Office.
Bristol school meeting
BRISTOLVILLE -- The Bristol Local School District's Financial Planning and Supervision Commission will meet at 10 a.m. Tuesday at 1845 Greenville Road N.W.