She said the victim and suspect had tried to make a relationship work for their daughter’s sake.
Antonio Velazquez-Rupert, 36, has faced more than a dozen charges, including jail time for assault, theft and drug crimes.
Anthony Traficanti was sworn in for his fourth term, while Dave Ditzler was sworn in for his second term.
When police arrived, they found a 49-year-old man shot in the head in a second floor bedroom.
Michael Rulli, owner of Rulli Brothers, says the holidays are his favorite time in the store.
Police said around noon, eight-month-old Ariella Downs was abducted.
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The neighbor, who is a Youngstown native, said the two missing Boardman High School grads are “wonderful” and “giving.”
The crash is still under investigation to determine who had the right of way.
Two of the commissioners’ terms expire on Saturday and there’s no word on if they’ll be coming back.
Grover Roofing & Siding is offering a cash reward to anyone with information leading to a conviction.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources said it sold about 30,000 hunting licenses to women in 2015.
PennDOT has been treating the roads since early Thursday evening but said drivers still need to be careful.
Police conducted a search warrant Friday morning after a month-long undercover investigation.
The county is losing revenue from the elimination of the Medicaid tax and slow growth in the oil and gas industries.
Police said Sizemore stole German medals and World War II memorabilia from the Canfield museum and sold them online.
One person had to be pulled from a vehicle after a crash on Austintown Warren Road on Friday morning.
The Commonwealth said the change was made to save taxpayers just over $3 million per year.
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Village officials said Heverly died after a brief illness.
It’s just the latest in a round of closures for the chain, bringing its roster down to fewer than 1,500 nationwide.