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Arrested in thefts



Published: Fri, August 19, 2011 @ 12:00 a.m.

Arrested in thefts

BOARDMAN

Two men accused of stealing from unlocked parked cars in the area of Tamarisk Trail, Paulin Drive, Rose- hedge Drive, Sigle Lane and Morningside Drive were arrested Thursday.

Bradley M. Wineburner, 18, of Poland, is charged with receiving stolen property, criminal trespass, carrying a concealed weapon, drug paraphernalia and criminal tools. Michael K. Cornwell, 19, of Boardman, faces charges of receiving stolen property, carrying a concealed weapon, criminal trespass and possessing criminal tools.

Police were called to Sigle Lane about 3:15 a.m. Thursday for a report of a suspicious person and found Wineburner and Cornwell walking on the road with a backpack. When officers searched the backpack, they found items commonly stolen from vehicles, including watches, cellphones and power cords, reports state.

Police said they found folding knives on the men and a suspected marijuana pipe during a search of Wineburner’s car. The two were taken to Mahoning County jail.

Poverty simulation

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The East High School administration and building leadership team will host a free, public Community Action Poverty Simulation from noon to 3 p.m. Monday at the high school.

Participants will role-play the lives of low-income families, disabled people or senior citizens and interact with human-service agencies, bill collectors, job interviewers and others.

The simulation enables participants to look at poverty from different perspectives and recognize the potential for change as well as to create a broader awareness of the realities of poverty among policymakers, community leaders and others.

Anyone interested in participating in or observing the simulation should call the school at 330-740-4005 to register.

Personnel action

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The Canfield school board accepted the resignation of a high-school science instructor and hired a tutor Wednesday at its monthly meeting. Matt Montgomery will leave the district to take a position as principal of Waterloo Middle School. The board approved his resignation effective Sept. 1. The board also voted to hire Crystal Schneider as a tutor effective for this school year. Schneider will earn $16.98 an hour.

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1life2g(19 comments)posted 3 years, 4 months ago

Brad Weinburner - tsk,tsk,tsk.

He lives in Poland, right in the middle of the area that has been plagued with similar crimes over the past year.

What is a young relative of former Poland Township patrolman and former Mahoning County deputy sheriff David Aey doing stealing from cars in the Boardman-Poland area? He should have known better.

The A-Team must have sprung him from the county lockup pretty quick. He was posting on his Facebook page 12 hours ago.

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2life2g(19 comments)posted 3 years, 4 months ago

It occurred to me that David Aey sure seems to have problems with his relatives.

This Brad Weinburner gentleman was busted by the BPD and charged with a felony after getting caught stealing from cars in a Boardman neighborhood that borders Walker-Mill Road and the Poland Woods. Brad lives on Misty Ridge in the four-seasons neighborhood off of Spitler Road, an area that has seen many thefts from automobiles over the past couple of years. With his arrest, those thefts may taper off greatly, but you never know since he's free on bond.

Another one of David Aey's relatives, Rod McCune, killed a motorcyclist on South Avenue back in 2009 near the intersection of Walker-Mill Road. The poor biker, Robert Davis, was t-boned by McCune while he was cruising along on his dark-colored Japanese V-Twin motorcycle with a windshield.

Also, David's brother Rodney enjoys showing his wife how much he loves her by beating her up after having a few beers then threatening the BPD officers who show up to arrest him.

Sometimes those Aey's act like they can get away with murder.

Oh wait...I shouldn't have said act....I forgot about the hit-and-run death of Adam Huffman on McClurg Road back in October 2008, but I won't bore you with the details of that unsolved murder...it's too long of a long story.

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3life2g(19 comments)posted 3 years, 3 months ago

http://www.wfmj.com/story/15292171/tw...

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4life2g(19 comments)posted 3 years, 3 months ago

Brad Wineburner is a tall man with short hair, eyeglasses and a felony record.

http://courts.mahoningcountyoh.gov/pa...

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5life2g(19 comments)posted 3 years, 3 months ago

The latest Poland Township police reports were published in the Poland Town Crier this week. On the same night Brad Wineburner was arrested for stealing from cars on Tamarisk, Paulin, Rosehedge, Sigle and Morningside by the Boardman Police, more than a dozen cars were broken into on the east side of the Poland Woods near North Lima Road. Streets he hit that same evening include Parkway, Clovermead, and Forrest Hill.

In addition to that, police reports show eight thefts from auto in Poland Township in the two days prior to him being arrested by the Boardman PD. Two of the thefts were on Weatheredwood Trail, one block from where he lives. Two thefts from auto were reported on Southwind Trail, just down the street from where he lives. In the other four thefts in Poland Township that were reported in the two days prior to his arrest, he must have been traveling to more distant neighborhoods in his car, just like he did on Sigle, Rosehedge, Tamarisk and Paulin.

Even though he just turned eighteen, I hope the felony charges that have been filed against him are not reduced to misdemenors. The judicial system needs to send a message that this behavior will not be tolerated.

Hopefully the two year long crime spree of similar thefts that has been taking place in Brad Wineburner's neighborhood near Spitler Road has come to an end.

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6life2g(19 comments)posted 3 years, 3 months ago

Brad,

When you were breaking into cars on Rosehedge, did you take anything from the cars that belong to your girlfriend's grandparents? Mr and Mrs Palazzo may be upset if you did. You should get your butt over to Sexton and aplogize like crazy. Beg for forgiveness!

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