Valley's heroin comes from Mexico, South America and Southwest Asia
This block of heroin, seized by Youngstown police, has a street value of about $9,000.
They are charged with rape counts that carry life imprisonment
Four of the men were told to leave, but refused to do so
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Woman gets bond reduced, allowed no contact with children
Says has been a heroin addict for 11 years
Wanda Mack looks at a damaged upstairs bedroom of her 539 Cohasset Drive home Thursday, the day after a house next door exploded and heavily damaged her home. In this room, the blast dislodged a ceiling fan, destroyed a television and scattered glass.
Another man wounded short distance away in home invasion
Police: shooting victims uncooperative
Mom says sentence is 'horrific'
Child taken to Akron for treatment
They were looking for the man who had stabbed their friend and brother
Ferrara waives speedy trial
Reports say she refused to leave after entering without paying
Judge denies request for OR bond
Man gets 18 years on two charges
Says judge abused discretion
Youngstown Police Chief Rod Foley, left, and Mayor Charles Sammarone, right, flank seven new police officers who were sworn in Monday, who are, in no particular order, Brian Ferreri, Thomas Wisener, Timothy Edwards, Stephen Gaetano, Hannah Banks, Daniel Zakrajsek and Kenneth Garling.
Cindy Michael holds a photo of her two grandchildren, Mason Cross, 5, and Christian Pizzulo, almost 2, and the obituary of the boys and their mother, 22-year-old Lena Cross. The three were murdered in Girard in 2005. The case has never been solved. It is one of several “cold cases,” or unsolved homicides in the area.
About 30 officers signed up for the police department’s voluntary physical-fitness program.
Will stay in Mahoning County
Zaryl Bush is led into court Friday morning for sentencing, where Judge R. Scott Krichbaum labeled his actions evil and demonic and wished the same ridicule, abuse and scorn for him that he inflicted on 14-year-old Teddy Folz. “I don’t think there’s a hole dark enough and deep enough to put you in,” he told Bush.
He is charged with threatening a witness.
Mahoning County Sheriff’s Detective Pat Mondora, left; retired Detective Dave Benigas; and Sheriff Jerry Greene, right, discuss the indictment of a man Thursday in the 1974 triple homicide in Canfield Township. James P. Ferrara, 64, who is in the Marion Correctional Institution, is the suspect in the Dec. 14 murders of Benjamin Marsh, 33; his wife, Marilyn, 32; and their 4-year-old daughter, Heather.
Judge Krichbaum wants to review evidence before sentencing. He could get up to 41 years to life.
Have added 17 since he became chief
Tried to fire attorney but then changed mind
Pleads guilty to endangering charges
Part of statewide crackdown
Sentenced to three years for chase, break in
Sentenced to probation for trying to get money from the former county sanitary engineer.
Had another one while out on bond
Youngstown police officer Brent Gaitanis stays in touch via radio as he patrols the city. A shift in service calls has prompted the police department to study the boundaries of the current beats in the patrol division. Police Chief Rod Foley said he hopes the study can be completed within the next few weeks.
Cop comes back after fighting cancer
Man gets two and a half years for East Side chase