Arrest warrant issued for accused burglar
BROOKFIELD - Police filed an arrest warrant for a man wanted in connection with a Tuesday morning burglary.
Robert A. Davis is facing a burglary charge. Police said he broke into a home, which was occupied, in the area of Brookfield Center around 10:30 a.m.
Reports state that the burglar left the premises upon being confronted by the homeowner and fled in the homeowner's vehicle. Youngstown police recovered the homeowner's 2005 black Chevy Silverado pickup truck Wednesday night and a subsequent investigation by Brookfield police led to the warrant for Davis.
Kentucky murder victim had Warren connection
LEXINGTON, Ky. - A man fatally shot last month outside a Kentucky strip club had relatives in Warren.
Johntel DeSean ''Pudd'' Crocker, 22 of Lexington, died Sept. 22, after he was shot outside the Divas Gentlemans Club.
A man wanted in connection with the shooting, Joshua Tevis, turned himself in to police in Kentucky on Sept. 25, reports state. He was charged with murder and is being held at the Fayette County Detention Center in lieu of $1 million bond, jail officials confirmed.
An obituary for Crocker published in the Tribune Chronicle on Thursday listed his grandmother and several siblings who live in Warren, along with relatives in Lexington.
High school history club to hold candidate night
MINERAL RIDGE - The Mineral Ridge High School History Club in conjunction with the education committee of the First Presbyterian Church (Mineral Ridge) will be hosting Meet the Candidates Night from 6 p.m.to 9 p.m. Tuesday.
Candidates for Weathersfield trustee and Weathersfield School Board will be on hand to answer questions through a moderator. Weathersfield Superintendent Damon Dohar will be on hand to answer questions about the renewal levy.
Peace Prize nominee set to speak in the Valley
LIBERTY - The Arab American Community Center, The Emerging Church and The Coalition for Peace in the Middle East will host 2006 Nobel Peace Prize nominee Dr. Jeff Halper, a Jewish-American-Israeli anthropologist, for a series of speaking engagements beginning Friday.
Halper's "Human Rights and our role in bringing peace to Palestine/Israel" speeches will be held at the following places and times:
11 a.m. to noon Friday - WKBN radio Dan Rivers Show.
8 p.m. Saturday - Arab American Community Center, 15 Belgrade Ave., Liberty.
4 p.m. Sunday - First Presbyterian Church, 201 Wick Avenue.
4 p.m. Monday - The Presidential Suite at YSU's Kilcawley Center.
Niles to hold its annual Halloween parade
NILES - The annual Niles Halloween parade will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday.
Line up will begin at 11 a.m.
Anyone wanting to participate is asked to call Todd or Becky at 330-974-6722.
All participants should be dressed in a Halloween theme and also have their vehicles decorated.