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Campbell police arrest 3 in burglary case

Published: Tue, April 24, 2012 @ 12:01 a.m.

Staff report


Police arrested three people involved in an early Monday burglary, one of whom is accused of pistol-whipping a victim in the 600 block of Chapel Lane.

Police responded to a burglary in progress after a 16-year-old inside the home called the police while hiding.

Police say when they arrived they saw Derrick Gabriel, 23, of 3854 Murray Ave., flee the home.

Police later arrested Gabriel, who reportedly had a handgun hidden in his waistband; and a juvenile accomplice.

While police were booking them, they were again called to the Chapel Lane home.

A third person, Keith Love, 24, of 119 Monroe St., had not yet left the home and is accused of attacking a 19-year-old man cleaning the home.

The victim was taken to St. Elizabeth Health Center and is in stable condition.

Love fled but was later arrested at his residence.

He is charged with aggravated burglary, felonious assault, illegal possession of a weapon and carrying concealed weapons.

Gabriel faces aggravated burglary, carrying concealed weapons and illegal possession of a weapon (fugitive).

They are due in Campbell Municipal Court today.

The disposition of the juvenile suspect was not available in the police report.


1DwightK(1520 comments)posted 4 years ago


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2DAWABBIT(30 comments)posted 4 years ago

Can we talk? Talk the talk but do we have to do the walk? Keith Love is working on ending the violence.


Taylor, 29, of Youngstown, and five other men sat at a downtown bar this week to discuss recent violence in the city and ways to combat the problem.

Joining him were Keith Love, 23, of Youngstown; Adrian McDowell, 26, of Youngstown; George Washington, 28, of Youngstown; Charles Colvin, 23, of Youngstown; and Maurice Hobard, 35, of Campbell.

Keith Love Jr., 23, Youngstown East Side: Grew up single-parent household and lifelongresident of the city. Graduate of East High School. Single, but has a steady girlfriend. Misdemeanor run-ins with the law for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

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31loaf(100 comments)posted 4 years ago

The so called justice system in this valley is a revolving door policy. Read the court news and see the Docket section. State Vs everyone -Probation with more money sent to the monitoring agency. Biggest waste of tax money in town. Just a way to give the "Right Folks" a payoff. They wail about the cost of locking these thugs up but ignore the cost of their probation monitoring and rearresting and trying them over and over.

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4steelwagon(284 comments)posted 4 years ago

Hey I totaly agree with the Shale guy.
The chain gang system is a great deterrent to future crimes.

Prison or jail time shouldn't be an easy restful do nothing experience for criminals.
There is plenty of work that needs done clearing brush,cleaning up old cemetries,picking up roadside trash ect.

Chain em up and put em to work doing something useful.
A day of tarring and chipping a county road in 90 degree heat will teach them that prison is no fun and a place you don't want to return to....ever !!!

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5Bman(151 comments)posted 4 years ago

Keith Love shot at and almost killed a 19 y/o kid defending his own home. If it were not for the 19 y/o's car keys deflecting Love's bullet, the victim would be dead.

Let's see how Mahoning county justice handles this case. If Keith Love doesn't go to prison, who should? Good job CPD catching this scum.

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6igotsomethintosay(31 comments)posted 4 years ago

i left Campbell, and Youngstown all together years ago for my job. Friends and family called me a sell out, saying i felt "too good" to live there. Wake up people. Campbell isnt the town we grew up in in the 90s, 80s and earlier years. You know what's going to happen to these guys, nothing at all. A slap on the wrist. I hear there are groups in Campbell now cleaning up the park and Wilson Avenue which is a beautiful thing. But how about fighting with your city and county officials to get rid of this trash that has ruined your town. I'm sick and tired of people blaming the bad economy on the string of robberies that have been taking place. Last time i check, its not middle class america who has been laid off from their jobs and need money for their families who are committing these crimes. its not the economy, its a bunch of low lifes who probably never held a job in their lives, trying to get rich off of the working man. Sick of it and with this judicial system, this country is getting worse and worse.

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7Lifes2Short(3882 comments)posted 4 years ago


" But how about fighting with your city and county officials to get rid of this trash that has ruined your town."

And your city is free of the "Trash?" I highly doubt that. Believe it or not it's "everywhere."

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