Victim was a handyman for the defendant
Was convicted earlier this month
Judge to make decision today
Later pointed out defendant in photo lineup
Dellick could end up in jail if he contacts a witness in a case against him
Over 100 credit cards found in car
Sentencings are set for November
Next conference set for Aug. 27
One occupant of home fled to roof
By JOE GORMAN firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN A Lansdowne Boulevard man was given a seven-year
To run concurrent with five-year sentence in Trumbull County
Even the prosecuting attorney acknowledged that a man being sentenced for two drug-trafficking charges Wednesday had some positive things going for him.
Says police questioned him without lawyer present
Served two terms as mayor
Case directly presented to grand jury
FBI, BCI assist in search
A man who once faced the death penalty for the murder of an elderly woman in the parking lot of a South Side church has been arrested for the third time since those charges were dropped.
Jill Bissett said she is truly sorry for the accident.
Reports say she also had a loaded handgun, heroin
Woman's death is city's fifth homicide of year
Breaks into tears at announcement
Dalton Bodnar, center, 20 months, of Youngstown, walks the survivor’s lap at the Austintown Relay For Life at Austintown Township Park with his mom, Dana and father, Michael, a Youngstown police officer. Dalton was diagnosed with testicular cancer a week after his first birthday but was treated and has been in remission for eight months.
Sets Sept. 1 as retirement date
Judge asks to step down from 2010 capital murder case
Warrant issued for his arrest
Rose Carter, left, and Richard and Virginia Atkinson, friends of real-estate agent Vivian Martin, slain almost four years ago, are distressed that the cases of two suspects haven’t gone to trial yet.
He can no longer be a police officer.
Pleaded guilty to robbery, burglary charges
Says Toney asked him to clean vehicle used in shooting
For taking car last June
Was sleeping under a tarp before moved to parking lot
Defendant gives opening statement in death penalty case
On trial for '10 murder in mistaken identity case
Says son has stayed out of trouble
Also accused of Christmas Eve burglary
Nine of 12 plead not guilty
Judge approves transfer Wednesday
Also gets lifetime license suspension
Were secretly indicted Thursday
By JOE GORMAN email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Police working an operating a vehicle impaired
To be sentenced July 14
Four win department's lifesaving award
The victims were shot on the East Side
Has not been a U.S. Marshal since 2009
Owner lost all her paintings
Mark Belinky, left, former Mahoning County Probate Court judge, and his lawyer J. Gerald Ingram listen to Visiting Judge Ronald Suster, a retired Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court judge, in Mahoning common pleas court Thursday where Belinky pleaded guilty to tampering with records related to his 2008 campaign finance reports.
By JOE GORMAN firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Judge Lou D’Apolito agreed there are mitigating
Sentencing set for June 4
One victim displeased, other pleased, with resloution
Items taken from several surrounding counties