Warren police find man who was shot in leg
WARREN - Police found a northwest side man lying in the driveway of a residence in the 100 block of Idylwild N.E. about 4:30 a.m. Thursday with a gunshot wound to his leg.
Michael G. Sallaz, 51, 152 Comstock St. N.W., told police he did not know who shot him, according to a Warren police report.
He was taken to a local hospital, and an update on his condition was not available.
Warren man jailed in felonious assault case
WARREN - A city man accused of pulling a gun on a woman Friday morning in Weathersfield remained at the Trumbull County Jail in lieu of $50,000 bond.
Simpatico Dorsey Jr., 21, of Jefferson Street S.W., is facing felonious assault charges and a misdemeanor charge of resisting arrest.
Weathersfield police reported being called to the parking lot of Carl's Paving on Columbus Avenue, where they found Dorsey and the woman.
Man arrested after chase by police
WARREN - A city man is at the Trumbull County Jail after police said he led them on a foot pursuit on Thursday.
Bond for Keith Jamar Holley, 23, 273 Idylwild St. N.E., was set at $75,000 at his initial court appearance.
He also has been charged with violating parole, carrying a concealed weapon, having weapons under disability and menacing.
Holley was arrested at 146 Idylwild St. N.E. by the city's Street Crimes Unit about 1:30 p.m. Thursday after he threw a handgun during the foot pursuit, according to a Warren police report.
Weathersfield to hold 'State of Township'
WEATHERSFIELD - Township trustees will hold a ''State of the Township'' during their regular meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the township hall.
Trustee Chairman Gil Blair said the presentation will include an update of all ongoing projects and initiatives and a discussion of the future of the township and future projects trustees are working on.
OVI checkpoint set in Mahoning County
CANFIELD - The Mahoning County OVI Task Force has scheduled a sobriety checkpoint for today.
Officials said police will conduct roadside checks to identify drivers who are alcohol and drug impaired. Also, saturation patrols will be conducted throughout the weekend.
The Ohio State Patrol and Ohio Department of Transportation will also participate.