Auto theft: Badge were accomplished to Boardman Breadth Cloister to book Jasmine S.L. Dawkins, 24, of Maryland Street, Warren, on a allegation of admirable annexation of a motor vehicle, accompanying to an April 10 adventure in which a New England Boulevard woman declared Dawkins had taken her 2006 Chevrolet Impala afterwards permission.
Theft: Jennifer L. Milligan, 32, who listed Youngstown addresses on Bulk Road and Neilson Avenue, was answerable in the annexation of eight accessories of accouterment admired at $225 from Kohl’s, 383 Boardman-Poland Road.
Arrest: Badge at Boardman Breadth Cloister on Market Street appointed David P. Rowbotham, 41, on a allegation of actionable a aegis order. Rowbotham, of Powers Way, Youngstown, abandoned the adjustment that declared he was not to use booze or actionable drugs back he was issued a dispatch admission in backward March and cited on a marijuana-possession charge, authorities allegd.
Vandalism: A woman reportedly confused into a abandoned accommodation in the 800 block of Cook Avenue afore the propety buyer apparent accident to its aperture slabs, acrylic and walls that totaled about $11,000.
Theft: Two men reportedly fled afterwards accepting baseborn $26 annual of beef bonbon from Ancestors Dollar, 4030 Market St.
Identity fraud: A Lost Creek Drive woman begin out a afflicted Facebook annual had been oened in her name but afterwards consent, and that it independent advancing messages.
Theft by deception: A Simon Road woman apparent her $1,117 government-issued analysis had been cashed afterwards permission.
Drugs: Badge onducted a biologic analysis and a abundance analysis at a South Avenue mobile-home park, breadth they reportedly begin biologic accouterments and doubtable marijuana in one of the units, admitting no one was home.
Harassment: A Mathews Road woman said a above associate always makes and sends her such calls and argument messages. At one point, she was accepting up to 50 exceptionable circadian calls, she added reported.
Auto theft: A 2009 Pontiac G6 was baseborn in the 5200 block of Southern Boulevard.
Theft: Admiral at the Trumbull County bastille arrested Amber N. Digrino, 29, of North Olmstead on a annexation allegation afterwards a $500 computer and added commodity was baseborn in June 2015 from Walmart.
Identity fraud: A Youngstown man begin $460 annual of counterfeit activity, via bristles crooked withdrawals, as he visited a Market Street acclaim union.
Theft: A woman in her backward 20s or aboriginal 30s reportedly blanket $25 annual of socks and accouterment from Gabe’s, 850 Boardman-Poland Road.
Identity fraud: A Holbrooke Road man apparent accession had baseborn his credit-card advice and fabricated several crooked charges.
Theft: A administrator with Ultimate Aegis Inc., 590 E. Western Reserve Road, arise a chump had busy but bootless to acknowledgment an ignition-interlock device.
Trespassing: A Melrose Avenue woman noticed items were confused and out of abode in her barn afterwards accession acceptable had entered.
Theft: Nicole L. Hester, 23, of Crandall Avenue, Youngstown, was answerable with burglary $109 annual of acreage that included a catchbasin top from Walmart.
Theft: Odell Oakley III, 48, of Winona Drive, Youngstown, was best up while walking abreast U.S. Route 224 and answerable with theft, accepting baseborn acreage and possessing biologic accouterments afterwards badge declared he was accustomed a box anticipation to accommodate a cologne set that had been baseborn from Dillard’s in Southern Esplanade Mall. In addition, Oakley, who had a doubtable crack-cocaine pipe, additionally was begin with wristwatches, earrings and a armlet set that had been taken from Sears, additionally in the mall, admiral alleged.
Identity fraud: A Youngstown woman apparent accession had fraudulently aloof a absolute of $460 on bristles occasions from her blockage annual at a Market Street acclaim union.
Theft: A woman reportedly blanket $25 annual of socks and accouterment from Gabe’s, 850 Boardman-Poland Road.
Burglary: To an accommodation in the 3900 block of South Schenley Avenue via the advanced door. A 40-inch acute TV was removed from the active room.
Counterfeit: An official with Boardman Center Intermediate Academy on Market Street arise a apprentice had brought to academy 16 afflicted $100 bills, some of which he allegedly anesthetized to adolescent students.
Criminal damaging: A woman told badge that two walls to a allotment of rental acreage she owns in the 100 block of Shields Road abiding damage, which was estimated at $300.
Theft: A woman arise her son’s $65 abundance bike had been taken from the advanced balustrade to their Oakridge Drive residence.
Theft: Julie M. Lehman, 35, of Sunny Estates Drive, Niles, was answerable with authoritative a counterfeit acknowledgment at Kohl’s, 383 Boardman-Poland Road, via commodity that had been arise baseborn from the Niles location, and accepting $105 in abundance credit. Lehman, who additionally was accused of burglary a $34 brace of sunglasses from the Boardman administration store, faced an added allegation of possessing biologic accouterments when, authorities alleged, she accepted accepting a doubtable crack-cocaine pipe.
Theft: Badge at a Market Street cabin took into aegis Alvin P. Traylor III, 50, of Detroit Avenue, Youngstown, and Orlanda M. Dodson, 51, of Council Rock Drive, Youngstown, on warrants afterwards four cartons of cigarettes were baseborn April 22 from Walgreens Pharmacy, 7295 Market St.
Theft: Jamie J. Jones of Canfield Road, Youngstown, was answerable afterwards badge declared Jones, 32, had baseborn a $12 brace of leggings from Walmart, 1300 Doral Drive, again alternate the annual to the customer-service adverse for a refund.
Arrest: Authorities administering an analysis at a Boardman-Poland Road coffer best up Brittney R. Reber, 24, of Lucius Avenue, Youngstown, aloft acquirements that Reber was capital on a accreditation accusing her of declining to arise in Campbell Municipal Court.
Assault: Afterwards a Boardman Center Intermediate Academy official had arise an assault, badge watched surveillance footage that reportedly showed a babe carefully benumbed addition apprentice as they entered a classroom, allegedly as allotment of a three-month arrangement of harassment.
Theft: An agent with a McClurg Road business arise her debit agenda baseborn while at work.
Drug paraphernalia: Badge in the 7100 block of Market Street arrested Alvin P. Traylor III, 50, who listed addresses on Market Street in Boardman and Detroit Avenue in Youngstown. Traylor, who was capital on three warrants, additionally was answerable with accepting a doubtable crack-cocaine aqueduct in his pocket.
Arrest: Admiral responding to a accessible calm bearings at a Glenwood Avenue accommodation answerable Celeste G. Wolfe, 26, with obstructing official business afterwards alleging Wolfe, of East Philadelphia Avenue, Youngstown, provided a apocryphal name and date of bearing during the investigation.
Breaking and entering: Authorities at the Columbiana County bastille arrested Joshua A. Burke, 24, of Shadyside Drive, Boardman, on a breaking-and-entering charge, accompanying to a December 2015 break-in at a abandoned home in the 4800 block of Grover Drive. A $400 burden washer was removed from the premises.
Theft: Hubbard Belt badge handed to Boardman authorities Jacob C. Mercado, 21, of Ohio Avenue, Youngstown, who was capital on a annexation charge, accompanying to a Feb. 26 annexation bearings in which $605 annual of appurtenances was baseborn from Walmart.
Drugs: A cartage stop abreast Southern Boulevard led to the arrest of Matthew J. Crowl, 39, who listed addresses on Market Street in North Lima and accompaniment Route 30 in Lisbon, and who was answerable with possessing drug-abuse instruments and biologic accouterments afterwards badge declared accepting begin a acclimated syringe and a affection besom with biologic residue. Additionally taken into aegis was Christopher A. Juillerat, 29, of Pennsylvania, who was capital on a Columbiana County accreditation charging chaotic conduct.
Theft: A Centervale Avenue woman noticed a wallet, $70 and added items missing from her vehicle.
Arrest: While responding to a vehicular blast with accessible injuries at an East Western Reserve Road gas station, admiral answerable Paul M. Scahill, 53, of Upper Arlington, Ohio, with operating a agent impaired, and cited him on a allegation of abortion to ascendancy a motor vehicle. Scahill banned to abide to urine and animation tests, a address showed.
Assault: A Poland woman declared her above boyfriend’s accepted girlfriend, of Stadler Avenue, agape her to the arena and punched the accuser in the arch back she alternate to the accommodation cerebration she had larboard her cellphone there. The victim complained of affliction to her arch and lip.
Arrest: Admiral in the 500 block of Oakridge Drive arrested Clyde G. Carter Jr., 51, afterwards acquirements that the Harrisonville, Va., man was capital on a accreditation from that state.
Arrest: Afterwards affairs him over abreast Mathews Road, authorities answerable Montrail D. Berry, 29, of Taft Avenue, Youngstown, with operating a agent impaired. Berry banned to abide a Breathalyzer test, a address said.
Theft: A Poland woman noticed a $500 iPhone and its case missing from her car while she patronized a Boardman-Poland Road beard salon.
Extortion: A Shadyside Drive man told badge he had accustomed a argument bulletin ambitious $300 or the sender would absolution allegedly aspersing advice about the accuser on the internet.
Arrest: Badge answered a action alarm at a Market Street motel, breadth they took into aegis William D. Vancil, 40, aloft ascertaining the New Carlisle, Ohio, man was capital on a Greene County, Ohio, abomination accreditation charging adolescent neglect.
Theft: A woman reportedly blanket $30 annual of children’s accouterment from Ancestors Dollar, 4030 Market St.
Theft: Authorities answerable Mickey R. Vargas, 24, afterwards alleging Vargas, of Wyandot Lane, Youngstown, had taken a T-shirt, license-plate accouterments and addition shirt from Walmart.
Arrest: While acceptable at an Austintown checkpoint on accompaniment Route 46, badge answerable William V. Greathouse, 33, with operating a agent impaired. Greathouse, of Manor Drive, Brookfield, registered a 0.179 blood-alcohol content, which is added than bifold Ohio’s 0.08 acknowledged beatitude limit, a address stated.
Assault: A 16-year-old babe declared her above admirer had afraid her back the boyhood went to a Bonnie Abode accommodation to retrieve claimed belongings.
Theft: Two 16-year-old Youngstown girls reportedly blanket $175 annual of merchandise, including anatomy wash, from Walmart.
Theft by deception: A Bob-o-Link Drive woman told badge that afterwards accepting acquaint online a appeal to buy an iPhone, a man who fabricated an action showed up at her residence, breadth she gave him $400 alone to accept an beforehand archetypal that had a burst screen.
Theft: Henry A. Garner, 54, of East Auburndale Avenue, Youngstown, was charged, accused of demography about $44 annual of bonbon from Ancestors Dollar, 4030 Market St.
Harassment: A artisan with a Tiffany Boulevard cabin arise an angered addition fabricated aspersing animadversion aloft seeing that his acclaim agenda was answerable for renting a allowance that had abiding damage.
Drugs: A cartage stop abreast an Interstate 680 on-ramp led to a minor-misdemeanor commendation charging Kyle T. Lessick, 24, of Misty Ridge Trail, Poland, with accepting in his shoe a bag of doubtable marijuana that advised about 3 grams.
Theft: A boy and a girl, both 16 and of Youngstown, were accused of burglary $17 annual of commodity from Walmart.
Theft: A man and a woman reportedly took a metal breaker box and a ample allotment of brim from Home Depot, 7001 Southern Blvd.
Arrest: Authorities arrested Le’ray J. Jackson, 26, while ambidextrous with a accessible calm bearings at a Lockwood Boulevard apartment. Jackson, of Youngstown, was capital on a Campbell accreditation charging him with actionable a cloister order.
Theft: A man reportedly blanket bristles personal-care items admired at $40 from Ancestors Dollar, 4030 Market St.
Theft: A man age 45 to 50 reportedly blanket about $50 annual of acreage that included a pillow from Walgreens Pharmacy, 525 E. Midlothian Blvd.
Theft: Kevin P. O’Connell, 28, of Locust Avenue, Boardman, was answerable in the annexation of about $64 annual of advantage and charwoman articles from Walmart.
Theft: Two women reportedly blanket $17 annual of undergarments and babyish wipes from Ancestors Dollar, 4030 Market St.
Theft: Crystal V. Huff, 21, of Wolosyn Circle, Youngstown, was answerable with demography four cellphones and added acreage from Walmart.
Identity fraud: A Kiwana Drive man apparent accession had baseborn his identification, again acclimated his acclaim agenda to accomplish $9,642 annual of online purchases.
Theft by deception: A Hudson, Fla., man declared a Boardman advocate whom he had assassin in 2015 to represent him in a civilian case approved to blackmail money from the accuser afterwards he retained the advocate for addition case.
Littering: A man arise accession had dumped a couch, a exhaustion cleaner and assorted accoutrements of debris in the backyard of a allotment of rental acreage he owns in the 50 block of Willow Drive.
Unauthorized use of a vehicle: An Indianola Road woman told admiral a man took but bootless to acknowledgment her 2005 Chevrolet Equinox afterwards an argument amid them.
Theft: A authorization bowl was baseborn off a agent at a Tiffany Boulevard motel.
Arrest: While responding to a one-car blast in the 900 block of East Western Reserve Road, admiral answerable Michelle A. Ramos, 34, with operating a agent impaired. Ramos, of Woodland Drive, Columbiana, registered a 0.150 blood-alcohol content, about bifold Ohio’s 0.08 acknowledged beatitude limit, a address showed.
Burglary: To an accommodation in the 7400 block of Huntington Drive, admitting it appeared annihilation was missing.
Domestic violence: Kenneth M. Daviduk III, 24, of Edenridge Drive, Boardman, was answerable with the abomination afterwards his adherent declared Daviduk addled her during an argument, abrogation an abrasion to the victim’s eye.
Theft: Francine L. DeFrank, 32, of Shirley Road, Youngstown, was answerable with burglary attach brightness and children’s toys from Walmart, 1300 Doral Drive.
Possible theft: A woman declared a towing aggregation break towed her agent afterwards annual or permission while she was at her job for a business in the 4700 block of Market Street.
Vandalism: A Market Street man saw that his vehicle’s motor, gaskets and manual had been tampered with, consistent in a $12,677 adjustment estimate.
Theft: Three women reportedly blanket a $798 flat-screen TV from Walmart.
Menacing: An agent with WKBN-TV on Sunset Boulevard arise a man has been authoritative and abrogation a alternation of exceptionable calls and voicemail messages, which accept reportedly become added frequent.
Theft: An official with Sweeney Buick Pontiac GMC, 7997 Market St., arise a $1,355 analysis had been cashed afterwards consent.
Domestic violence: Youngstown badge handed to Boardman authorities Christopher R. Rogers Jr., 22, who was capital on a domestic-violence allegation afterwards his adherent with whom he lives in Boardman declared Rogers, who’s additionally blockage at a ancestors member’s Youngstown home, affective her throat and shoved her into a battery area.
Theft: A woman in Walmart reportedly carefully bootless to self-scan $179 annual of groceries.
Fraud: An Ardendale Lane woman gluttonous to buy a purse and a wallet online told authorities that afterwards negotiating a $1,200 bulk for both, the agent claimed not to accept accustomed the acquittal she beatific and approved to accept the accuser accelerate the bulk a additional time with a altered agenda afore she accomplished it was a scam.
Possible bent damaging: An Indianola Road woman told badge accession afterwards permission started a blaze in her backyard blaze pit.
Theft: A man reportedly blanket assorted packs of printer ink cartridges admired at $5,617 from Sam’s Club, 6361 South Ave.
Fraud: An Amherst Avenue man abstruse that his claimed advice was acclimated afterwards accord in an accomplishment to access a acclaim agenda afterwards he had announced with a woman on Instagram who requested the accuser’s Social Security cardinal and bank-account information.
Theft: A Youngstown man apparent a toolbox that independent about $1,850 annual of accoutrement was removed from his auto barter in a parking lot in the 6000 block of Southern Boulevard.
Theft: Authorities answerable Rachel A. Chew of Hopkins Road, Youngstown, with annexation afterwards alleging Chew, 32, had baseborn $159 annual of acreage that included a brace of shorts from Walmart.
Arrest: Admiral cited a 15-year-old Youngstown babe on a curfew-violation allegation afterwards reportedly accepting apparent her walking in the 5300 block of Market Street backward at night. The boyhood additionally was answerable with obstructing official business when, they alleged, she aria about her age and banned several times to analyze herself.
Burglary/felonious assault: A Glenwood Avenue man and his adherent apparent accession had pried accessible their apartment’s advanced aperture and took their hire money. The man acquainted the break-in ability be accompanying to an beforehand advance in which he had been attacked by four men, one of whom reportedly cut him with a baby knife or box cutter, he additionally told police.
Citation: A cartage stop abreast Applewood Boulevard led to a minor-misdemeanor commendation charging James Thomas, 19, of St. Louis Avenue, Youngstown, with accepting a doubtable marijuana cigar and affidavit acclimated to cycle marijuana.
Domestic violence: A 16-year-old belt babe was answerable afterwards her mother declared that during an argument, the boyhood had addled her with a abounding alcohol canteen in the chest, abrogation bloom to the afflicted area.
Theft: A Woodrow Avenue man noticed a allotment of carve and assorted floral arrange missing from his advanced yard.
Vandalism: A man apparent about $600 in accident to the drywall, walls and doors to an accommodation in the 4400 block of South Avenue afterwards the antecedent tenants had left.
Theft: A man in his 20s reportedly blanket 40 to 50 packs of beef bonbon from Ancestors Dollar, 4030 Market St., afore beat on foot.
Theft/menacing: A artisan for a business in the 1100 block of Boardman-Poland Road arise a man had threatened him during an attempted sales transaction, again blanket a federal accoutrements form.
Breaking and entering: Accession entered a barn in the 7400 block of Sierra Madre Trail, admitting badge begin no signs of affected entry. Taken was a $1,000 set of golf clubs.
Citation: Admiral cited Dustin J. Martin of Claybourne Avenue, Boardman, afterwards alleging Martin, 31, had a doubtable marijuana cigar.
Citations: Badge abreast Erie and Meadowbrook avenues issued minor-misdemeanor citations charging Jaclyn R. Campbell, 20, of Cherriwood Road, Pulaski, Pa., with accepting a baby abundance of doubtable marijuana and a doubtable marijuana pipe.
Identity fraud: A Rockdale Avenue man begin three crooked accuse to his debit-card annual that totaled $625.
Littering: The buyer of a Market Street business saw that accession had alone three couch and bank seats in a parking lot at the rear of his property.
Theft by deception: A West Parkside Drive man told authorities a addition who claimed to be his grandson said had been arrested afore a woman assuming to be his advocate came on the band and said he would allegation to accelerate $3,000 for his grandson’s bond. The accuser was instructed to buy three $1,000 Walmart allowance cards afore he was abreast that it was a scam.
Identity fraud: A Red Fox Drive woman arise accepting gotten a letter from the Ohio Administration of Job and Ancestors Services advising her that accession in California was application her Social Security cardinal to book assets taxes.
Theft: A woman arise a $5,000 apocryphal tooth missing from her Market Street apartment.
Theft: A Youngstown man told authorities 16 paintings he had displayed in a Southern Esplanade Capital abundance were stolen, consistent in an estimated $20,000 loss.
Domestic violence: Kevin L. Pullen, 39, of Selma Avenue, Youngstown, faced a allegation afterwards badge responded to a action at a belt cine theater, breadth a woman declared that during an beforehand argument, Pullen had addled her face, abrogation the victim with a bloated appropriate eye.
Theft: Robbin R. Cross, 44, of Wilson Avenue, Campbell, was answerable with burglary $22 annual of items that included bonbon from Marc’s, 7121 Tiffany Blvd.
Theft: A Windsor Road man and his father-in-law apparent almost $500 annual of merchandise, including a car radio, had been removed from their vehicles.
Criminal damaging: The Ohio Accompaniment Highway Patrol handed to belt badge Eric A. Hufnagel, 41, of South Avenue, Boardman, who was answerable with bent damaging, accompanying to a March 4 argument at Aladdin’s Eatery, 7323 South Ave., in which accession angrily punched and did $100 in accident to a cavalcade in advanced of the building.
Drugs: Badge at the Mahoning County bastille took aegis of Kristi R. McGarry, 24, of Boardman, who faced one calculation anniversary of possessing biologic accouterments and drug-abuse instruments. A chase accreditation at her Edenridge Drive abode appear three syringes, three spoons with biologic residue, allotment of a doubtable crack-cocaine aqueduct and a beanery with bake marks accepted in biologic use, a address stated.
Theft: Admiral arrested Michael J. Cole, 22, of Moyer Avenue, Boardman, on a annexation count. Cole was accused of burglary a $338, 43-inch acute TV April 11 from Walmart.
Theft: A Griswold Drive man arise $2 in change missing from his car.
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