At a glance

Fire injures person, $8,000 in damage

WARREN — A kitchen fire just before 5 a.m. Monday at 1433 Palmyra Road SW injured a resident and caused about $8,000 in damage.

The fire was contained to the kitchen of the single-family home, according to the fire department. A resident received second-degree burns on both hands while trying to extinguish the fire, said fire Chief Ken Nussle. He was taken to a local hospital for treatment, Nussle said.

Teen arrested in attempted robbery

WARREN — A teen was arrested just before 4:30 a.m. Monday outside of the Pit Stop gasoline Station on Youngstown Road SE on charges of carrying a concealed weapon and attempted robbery, according to a police report.

The report states Mekhi D. Bossard, 17, 850 Southern Blvd. NW, Warren, was arrested after a person was seen banging on the drive-thru window of the station while holding a large knife, the report states.

When police arrived, the person was carrying a large butcher knife and trying to get inside the station. Police found two more large knives on the man, the report states. At the Trumbull County Juvenile Justice Center, police found another knife in the person’s shoe, the report states.

Meeting set about recovery house

WARREN TOWNSHIP — Trustees will discuss the opening of a house for recovering addicts at the corner of North Leavitt Road and Leavitt Drive NW at a meeting 6 p.m. Wednesday at the township hall.

Residents and officials will have the chance to meet with FSR Parkman officials who are planning to discuss the recovery house. FSR Parkman opened its headquarters last month at the former Boy Scouts of America building on Enterprise Drive NW.

Officer fired over video is reinstated

COLUMBUS — Firing was too severe a punishment for an Ohio police officer who subdued a restrained suspect in a way that appeared to show him kicking the suspect in the head, an arbitrator said Monday in a ruling that reinstated the officer.

The decision nonetheless criticized Columbus officer Zachary Rosen for using an “untrained technique” that was too severe for the situation. The ruling reduced the discipline against Rosen to the equivalent of a three-day suspension without pay, the original punishment recommended by the department police chief before the city safety director overruled her.

Staff, wire reports