The most recent murder victim and man found in skeletal form are related.
No arrest have been made in either situation.
The man remains jailed on a $1 million bond.
There have been a high number of pedestrian accidents this year.
About 50 students will be attending the state competition.
The pair are believed to have committed crimes in several jurisdictions.
The man was already out on bond when arrested on the new charges.
Zaryl G. Bush, above right, and his ex-girlfriend, Shain Widdersheim, both of Struthers, were indicted Thursday in the murder of Widdersheim's son, Teddy Foltz, 14, above left, and the abuse of her other two children.
The man is known to police from past crimes.
Police considering GPS technology to help in the search.
Police used footprints in the snow to catch the man.
The event is open to the entire area.
Local law enforcement will be on the lookout for violators.
Doctors have determined the age, gender and heritage of the deceased person.
This is the second time the man tried to kill a romantic interest.
The case will now be sent to the grand jury.
The convicted man said he was defending the honor of a friend
The victim was shot dead on the East Side.
Detective Sgt. Daryl Martin said the deceased man was reported missing from Austintown on Tuesday.
The fleeing man arraigned in court
The pastor wants to share about the gospel of Jesus Christ with the perpetrators.
Police plan to use dogs in the search for the rest of the body
Family members of the victims said the prison terms are not long enough.
Both men are set for preliminary hearings later this month.
Both defendants could be sentenced to life in prison if convicted.
That love and special connection between father and daughter is the idea behind the annual “Daddy Daughter Dance” in Boardman Park.
The man was found hiding in Akron
The convicted man was on parole for a previous robbery in a different state.
The suspect is the nephew of the murdered man.
Two victims are still listed as critical
The inmate said he was defending himself against guard attacks.
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The seminar featured experts on mental health and firearm safety.
The indictments came less than a week after the murder.
The suspect has two cases pending in court.
The former officer says legalization is virtually inevitable.
The accused man has an extensive criminal history
The victim was leaving a South Side bar when struck
Police are still piecing together the events leading up to the murder.
The convicted murderer declared his innocence even during sentencing
The convicted man said nothing before being sentenced to prison.
The homeowner was attacked and subsequently shot.
The convicted man maintained his innocence in court.
The man is believed to have robbed several businesses in three jurisdictions.
The seminar will address talking points such as guns in the wrong hands, assault weapons vs. handguns, mental disorders as a whole and suicide.
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No one was injured in any of the incidents.
The postal employee was not injured in the assault
The accused man has elected to defend himself.
The witness said Daro Correa was holding a gun after the shooting.