Firing shots leads to jail for Youngstown man

Firing shots leads to jail for Youngstown man

MERCER, Pa. — A judge in Mercer County Common Pleas Court has sentenced Tiawan Clinkscale, 18, of Wesley Avenue, Youngstown, to one to 23 months in jail for recklessly endangering another person and possession of a firearm by a minor, both misdemeanors.

According to court documents, he was with two other men when they fired shots June 19, 2007, at another man near Hamilton and Idaho avenues, Farrell. He was 17 at the time and had a loaded automatic weapon in his possession.

Habitat mortgage burn

YOUNGSTOWN — Habitat for Humanity of Mahoning County will have its first home mortgage burning at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 323 Wick Ave. at 2 p.m. today. A celebratory reception will follow in the church.

In 1992, the Fannie Henry family moved into one of the first new Habitat homes built in the Valley. The modest, affordable home was sponsored (funded) by and built with the help of the local Home Builders Association. The Henry home is on the northwest corner of Elizabeth and Delaware Avenues on Youngstown’s North side. It is part of a cluster of three Habitat homes on Delaware. Henry paid off her mortgage, held by Habitat, last month.

New Castle school board

NEW CASTLE, Pa. — The city school board will have budget workshops at 5 p.m. Tuesday and 4:30 p.m. May 12 in the board room of Croton Administration Building, 420 Fern St.

Pony dragged to death in Mercer County

WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. (AP) — State police in Mercer County say they believe all-terrain vehicle riders are responsible for the dragging death of a 10-year-old blind pony.

Owner Tory Morgan found Kahlua’s mangled body Wednesday afternoon in a pasture in Shenango Township.

Authorities say the animal’s back legs were broken and large pieces of skin had been ripped away from its legs, chest and belly.

Police believe the animal had been roped and then dragged behind an ATV.

Authorities say four other horses had cuts and scratches, possibly from running through trees to escape their attackers. Morgan says Kahlua was a friendly animal that carried children on its back. There is a $500 reward for information on the attack.

Caravan Club rally set at Canfield Fairgrounds

CANFIELD – The regional rally of the Walley Byum Caravan Club is scheduled for May 20-25 at the Canfield Fairgrounds. It is being hosted by the Mahoning Valley Ohio Unit.

During the rally, dinners and entertainment will be provided along with tours of area attractions. Club members are owners of recreational vehicles manufactured by Airstream Co.

For more information in the Youngstown area, call Bob, (330) 792-9669 and in the Ashtabula area contact Dick, (440) 997-7062.

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