Poland teacher’s husband also charged in Boardman robbery
The husband of a Poland schools teacher charged in a Boardman robbery was arrested Thursday, then booked into the Mahoning County jail.
Frank Consiglio, 45, of Canfield is charged with robbery and possession of drugs.
Irene Consiglio, the teacher, was arrested on Wednesday for complicity to robbery and fleeing and eluding police.
Meanwhile, Frank Consiglio Jr., who lists the same Canfield address as the other two, is also in the county jail for a list of charges.
Frank Jr. has charges from Sept. 29 for receiving stolen property. He also has a receiving stolen property charge and criminal damaging charge from Sept. 24. In addition, he has theft, driving under suspension, fictitious plates and expired plates charges from Sept. 20.
Frank Jr. has a jury trial for a receiving stolen property set for 10 a.m. Oct. 28.
He has a pretrial hearing in Canfield court at 4 p.m. Oct. 29 in Canfield court for criminal endangering and he has a pretrial in Boardman court for theft at 4 p.m. Oct. 24.
A court date for Frank Consiglio has not yet been set.
A 67-year-old woman was robbed of her purse as she was getting into her car outside of the Sandwich Factory on Market Street Wednesday evening. The woman had $900 cash, two checks issued to her, along with multiple debit and credit cards in it.
Police were able to spot the getaway car within minutes of the robbery, but Irene Consiglio, Frank Consiglio’s wife and the apparent driver of the car, fled from police after being stopped.
She pulled over at the Blue Wolf Tavern Banquet Hall on Lockwood Boulevard. The man who stole the purse jumped out of the car and ran into the woods. Police searched for him on Wednesday, but could not find him.
Irene Consiglio has been a teacher for Poland schools for the past 13 years. She is also a track coach.