Hubbard schools send relief to tornado victims
HUBBARD - Hubbard schools sent a semi truck full of various relief items for the tornado victims in Moore, Okla.
The truck, which was filled with donations for several weeks in the parking lot at the former Roosevelt Elementary School, left Monday.
Staff and parents helped load the truck with donations.
The items include hygiene products, batteries, trash bags, school supplies, pet food and non-perishable food.
Cause of Jefferson Street fire unknown
WARREN - Fire investigators are looking into what may have caused an early-Monday morning fire at 1777 Jefferson St. S.W.
Fire Chief Ken Nussle said firefighters were called to the bungalow-style home around 4:30 a.m. for a fire on the home's front porch. The fire extended inside the home into the living room, Nussle said. The loss is estimated to be about $10,000.
No one was injured.
Police:?Warren man shot in shoulder
WARREN - A 35-year-old Warren man was treated at a hospital after he suffered a gunshot wound to his left shoulder Sunday night inside his apartment.
Police said Charles E. Pack Jr., 1190 Roberts Ave. N.W., was found inside the apartment about 8:30 p.m. after Pack's sister inside the home called 911.
The case was turned over to detectives, who said they took a statement from Pack and hoped to make an arrest soon. A detective said Pack's injury was not life threatening.
Thief breaks in at Valley Counseling
WARREN - Police suspect a thief climbed a tree to get on the roof of Valley Counseling Services, 150 E. Market St., before kicking in a window to gain entry early Friday.
Besides Valley, where $30 in petty cash was stolen and $2,000 in damage to the window and office equipment was reported, the office of attorney Michael Buzulencia also was entered.
Buzulencia reported $1,000 in damage in his office, where a cabinet