Given sentence of 18 years to life
Sentencing set for today
Youngstown had more than 700 burglaries and 260 break ins in '14
Victim's children found her
Same victim in a domestic violence case from '14
Victims found in East Side apartment
Sentenced for two separate incidents in 2013
Cites conflict with client and client's mother
Police still looking for suspect
Prosecutors recommend 22-year sentence
Defendant accused of pair of murders in 2011
Victim was suspect in another homicide
Joint recommendation calls for seven year sentence
The police chief said the man was killed over a “run-of-the mill television.”
Looking for help in locating car
Sentenced on charge of reckless homicide
Also has bail reinstated
Last activity in case was in 2007
In jail on 100k bond
Five more to be added in few weeks. Of the four new police officers sworn onto the force Monday, three have previous experience, and the fourth served five years in the military.
Did five years on felonious assault charge
Get help from U.S. Marshals
Had several blunt force injuries to back of head
To be sentenced in March
Two women who sued the city police department in federal court over civil-rights violations in 2012 were each sentenced to 28 days in jail Wednesday after appeals of their municipal-court convictions for obstructing official business were denied.
Victim's bones found by dogs on Sharon Line
City records 19 homicides in '14, down three from previous year
Investigator: Speed common factor in most crashes
Charge was reinstated in October '13
By JOE GORMAN email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Two men arrested on drug charges in separate
Dunn's departure, Tressel's hiring, keep school in forefront of news
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Four officers were disciplined for their role in helping the brother of a city police lieutenant get out of a charge of driving under the influence, and an Internal Affairs report is recommending the brother be charged anyway.
EDITOR’S NOTE: From now and throughout 2015, reporter Joe Gorman will take a deeper look into the issues and consequences of crime in Youngstown. Today he examines the costs that taxpayers shoulder for an ongoing murder investigation.
Police searching for two vehicles, several suspects
Was going to argue self-defense if case had gone to trial
Sentencing set for February
City will release BAC log book
Vindicator, WFMJ, file request
Group upset with grand jury decisions in Missouri, NYC
Log book shows driver was in BAC room but no result given
Arrested next day by police
Accused of violating probation
Relative of police officer stopped last week
Hit victim while on way home from wrestling practice
The three told the judge they deeply regret their actions in April 2013.
Also double shooting on Sunday
Jamie Bass, whose daughter was friends with East High School student Faith McCullough-Wooster, kneels beside a makeshift memorial for her on East High Avenue on Thursday. Faith died after she was run over by a city school bus Wednesday.
Crisis teams will be at East High School today to help students deal with the freak accident that resulted in the death of a classmate.
Don Waldron, right, an instructor in the firefighter program at the Mahoning County Career and Technical Center, instructs cadet firefighters on how to battle a gas fire, set on the grounds of the school Tuesday.