Warren man reports attack on East Market
WARREN - A city man said he was attacked by three juveniles early Tuesday as he walked on East Market Street.
Michael K. Tucker, 55, 856 Pacific Place N.W., told police he was walking about 1:30 a.m. in the 500 block of East Market Street when three juveniles approached him.
He said the trio asked him for change, and when he said he didn't have any, one juvenile struck him in the back with a long stick.
The man reiterated he didn't have money and the three fled.
Officers reported checking the area but the juveniles were gone.
Reports said the man suffered a large bruise across his back but refused medical attention.
Anti-bullying seminar scheduled at Lakeview
CORTLAND - U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown's office will hold the fourth in a series of seminars to combat school bullying Thursday at Lakeview High School in Cortland.
The ''Combating Teenage Bullying in Your Schools'' is aimed at helping school administrators, staff, bus drivers and educators address bullying and harassment, on and off campus, said a news release from the senator's office.
Scheduled to attend are representatives from Brown's office, the U.S. Department of Education, U.S. Attorney's Office, U.S. Federal Trade Commission, Ohio Department of Education and Anti-Defamation League.
It will be from 4:30 to 8 p.m. in Raidel Auditorium at the school, 300 Hillman Drive. The event is open to the public.
Man arrested in woman's beating
YOUNGSTOWN - A woman claims she was beaten by her boyfriend at their West Side home about 3 a.m. Tuesday because he could not connect his speakers to his television.
Gerald Baytos Jr., 45, 450 N. Hazelwood Ave., is expected to be arraigned in Municipal Court today on a charge of domestic violence after he was arrested at his home and taken to the Mahoning County Jail.
Reports state police were called to the home by a friend of the girlfriend and when they arrived, Baytos told them his girlfriend was sleeping. Reports state her face was bloody and she had marks on her arm and neck.
The girlfriend told police Baytos was having trouble connecting speakers to his TV and he threw her into a table, smacked her face into the table and slammed her head against the wall.
The girlfriend was treated by paramedics but refused to go to a hospital, reports state.
Baytos was charged with felony domestic violence because of a previous domestic violence conviction.
Man stabbed at gas station in Youngstown
YOUNGSTOWN - Roger Moreland, 55, of Southern Boulevard, told police he was stabbed at a Market Street gas station on the South Side about 5:40 a.m. Tuesday.
Moreland told police he was a passenger in a vehicle driven by woman and when they pulled in to the gas station, his live-in girlfriend appeared and stabbed him with a knife.
Both women then fled, reports state. An ambulance was called and Moreland was taken to St. Elizabeth Health Center for treatment. Police found no weapon and when they went to Moreland's home, his girlfriend was not there, reports state.
Bank robbery suspect caught after standoff
YOUNGSTOWN - A man wanted in Ashtabula County on bank robbery charges was captured on the South Side on Tuesday afternoon after a two-hour standoff.
A police spokesman said when officers tried to arrest 29-year-old Adam Carson at a Homestead Avenue home, he refused to come out at first and held police at bay before he gave himself up about 3 p.m.
Wilson Middle School was locked down for a portion of the standoff.
Helping out was the Ashtabula County Sheriff's Office and the Orwell Police Department.
Carson was taken to the Mahoning County Jail.
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