Man indicted after stopping by police chief's home
WARREN -- A 38-year-old man who showed up unannounced at the Howland police chief's house last month has been indicted on several charges.
The Trumbull County grand jury indicted Paul E. Pollis, of Southwind Drive N.E., Thursday on charges of carrying a concealed weapon, improper handling of a firearm and illegal possession of a handgun.
Pollis is expected to appear in court next week to be arraigned on the charges, said Chris Becker, an assistant Trumbull County prosecutor.
According to the police report, Pollis went to Police Chief Paul Monroe's home on May 30. Pollis, who gave the chief a false name, asked if Monroe knew where Pollis' wife was. The chief said he noticed a handgun between the driver's seat and center console, the report states.
Pollis had reported his wife, Charolette Nagi-Pollis, missing in March 1994. At the time the couple lived in Girard.
Nagi-Pollis has not been found.