WARREN -- A Feb. 6, 2006, trial date is set for a Warren man charged with showing up at the Howland police chief's house with a concealed weapon.
Paul E. Pollis, 38, of Southwind Drive Northeast, appeared Monday in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court, where his trial date was set.
A Trumbull County grand jury indicted Pollis on charges of carrying a concealed weapon, improper handling of a firearm and illegal possession of a handgun.
According to the police report, Pollis drove to Police Chief Paul Monroe's home May 30. The chief said he noticed a handgun between the driver's seat and center console. Pollis, who gave the chief a false name, asked if Monroe knew where Pollis' wife was.
Pollis had reported his wife, Charlotte Nagi-Pollis, missing in March 1994. At the time the couple lived in Girard.
Nagi-Pollis has not been found.