Fist fight at clothes giveaway
Police are trying to determine how a free clothes giveaway at the Rescue Mission of the Mahoning Valley on Glenwood Avenue turned into a fistfight between two women.
A woman told police she was browsing through the clothes Tuesday when another woman began going through her basket of selected items. The woman told the other woman she had already chosen the items, but the second woman attacked her, throwing punches and kicking.
The alleged attacker left the establishment before police arrived.
Former liaison faces charges
Honeya D. Price, 41, a former family liaison at Warren City Schools’ Lincoln K-8 building, has been indicted on charges of carrying a concealed weapon and improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle.
She will be arraigned April 8 in Trumbull County Commmon Pleas Court.
The school district fired Price, of Perkinswood Boulevard Northeast, after Warren police arrested her Jan. 16 for purportedly brandishing a firearm in the parking lot of Giant Eagle on Elm Road Northeast.
Price filed a lawsuit against the school district earlier this month seeking to get her job back on the grounds that the school district failed to conduct a proper hearing on the matter and didn’t have just cause to terminate her.
Dem candidates to be at breakfast
The Democratic candidates for Youngstown mayor will be at the Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber’s Good Morning Youngstown breakfast at 7:30 a.m. April 5 at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Banquet Hall, 343 Via Mount Carmel.
The cost to attend is $20 for chamber members and $30 for nonmembers.
The deadline to register is Friday and can be done by contacting Jennifer Mascardine at the chamber by calling 330-744-2131, ext. 12, email to firstname.lastname@example.org or online at regionalchamber.com and click on “upcoming events.”Man assaulted
A 37-year-old Elm Road Northeast man said a man cut him in the chest and head with a knife at 9:50 p.m. Wednesday on Summit Street Northwest.
The man said he was walking on the sidewalk just west of the Mahoning River when a car stopped and two men got out.
A white male yelled at him and attacked him with the knife, the victim said.
The victim called a friend, who took him to St. Joseph Health Center, where a doctor called the chest wounds “superficial.” The head wound was deep and required several stitches, police said.
Township trustees have a special meeting at noon today at the administration building, 82 Ohltown Road.
The EB Family Life Center, 7 S. Garland Ave., will have a free lunch and food giveaway at noon today. Recipients are urged to bring bags and identification.
A 26-year-old Second Street Southwest man reported that a man he knew stood in the street in front of 523 Second St. at 7:32 p.m. Tuesday and fired a gun at him and two other people, age 22 and 24. No one was injured, and no arrests were made.