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Disturbance reported



Published: Tue, August 9, 2005 @ 12:00 a.m.



Disturbance reported

BOARDMAN -- A Lockwood Boulevard woman told police she heard the screen door of her apartment open Sunday evening, and when she opened the blinds, she saw a tall, black man masturbating in the doorway. The man then ran away.

Three teens charged

BOARDMAN -- Three teens were charged with vandalizing a home under construction on Aspen Court. Two boys, ages 13 and 14, both of Boardman, were charged with criminal trespass and vandalism. A third boy, 14, also of the township, was charged with vandalism. The owner of the house under construction told police that damage had been done to the house over several days. On Sunday afternoon, he saw two boys walking out of the basement of the house and called police. The two boys were arrested and reported the involvement of the third. The teens were released to their parents.

Man reports robbery

YOUNGSTOWN -- A 50-year-old East Avondale Avenue man told police he was robbed at gunpoint on his front porch at 5:30 a.m. Monday. The victim said the gunman, wearing blue jogging pants and a black baseball cap, took $10 and then ran east toward South Avenue.

17-year-old shot in leg

YOUNGSTOWN -- A 17-year-old Kenmore Avenue boy was shot in the right leg as he walked in the 300 block of East Boston Avenue Sunday afternoon, police said. The victim told police that he noticed three suspects but didn't see who fired the shot. The victim said members of his family have been getting shot at because his cousin is suspected of shooting someone, reports show.

Damaged by gunshots

YOUNGSTOWN -- Shots were fired at a house on Hudson Avenue and at a Ford truck parked in a Chicago Avenue driveway, police said. The resident of the Hudson Avenue house was watching TV at 10 p.m. Sunday when she heard a noise and then found a bullet hole in her dining room wall. Earlier Sunday, at 2:45 a.m., the Chicago Avenue resident heard gunfire but didn't discover the damage to his truck until around 5:30 p.m. Six shots had been fired into the passenger side door, police said.

Death being probed

WARREN -- Police are investigating the death of a 56-year-old woman who was found in her Tod Northwest apartment. According to police reports, the woman was found on the bedroom floor of the apartment early Saturday. The detective bureau and coroner's office are investigating.

Bullets penetrate home in Warren

WARREN -- Police said three shots were fired into a Union Street Southwest house at about 3 a.m. Sunday. Two bullets penetrated into the living room and the bedroom; the third bullet appeared to have ricocheted off the house. A man and his wife and children were at home at the time.

Concealed handgun

YOUNGSTOWN -- Antwain T. Blackmon was charged with carrying a concealed weapon after the car he was in was stopped on West Glenaven Avenue for not having taillights at 1:35 a.m. Monday. Police said a loaded 9mm handgun was under the passenger seat. Blackmon's bond was set at $20,000 at arraignment Monday in municipal court. He will be back in court Aug. 17 for a preliminary hearing.




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