More arrests made in weapons case
Two more of the people indicted last week by Trumbull County Common Pleas Court on drug and weapons charges in Warren have been arrested and brought to court for their initial appearance.
Randall Morgan, 27, of Southwest Boulevard Southwest, pleaded innocent Tuesday to one count of cocaine trafficking.
Caliqua Smith, 35, of Hemlock Avenue, pleaded innocent to marijuana trafficking.
A 33-year-old Charles Avenue Southeast man has pleaded innocent to misdemeanor child endangering and other charges. He is accused of forcing an 11-year-old boy to help him steal wire from a telephone pole on Charles Street early Tuesday.
Timothy Woodyard was arraigned Tuesday in Warren Municipal Court on petty theft, child endangering and possession of criminal tools, all misdemeanors. A judge set bond at $7,500.
Police officers, acting on a tip, arrived at f Charles Avenue and South Street at 12:10 a.m. and observed the two cutting wires from a telephone pole.
Police were told Woodyard forced the boy to participate in the crime. The boy is the son of Woodyard’s girlfriend, police said.
Food drive event set at Windsor House
Windsor House at Liberty Health Care Center, Church Hill Hubbard Road, is hosting “Cruise Away Hunger” from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday.
There will be a display of classic cars, motorcycles and food, while the Windsor House staff collects non-perishable canned goods to fill a fire department ambulance.
Windsor House in Liberty has been competing against other Windsor House communities to be crowned the “heaviest home” by collecting the most food. For more information, contact Jamie Grimmett at 330-759-7858.