Police ask for help
in tracking burglar
LORDSTOWN - Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a person they said broke into a village restaurant earlier this month.
Special to Tribune Chronicle
Surveillance cameras captured this person who broke into Ross Foods on Tod Avenue in Lordstown on July 8.
Lordstown police reported that Ross Foods on Tod Avenue was broken into July 8. Surveillance cameras captured the image of one person.
Police said they do not know whether anyone else was involved in the break-in. They noted only one person was visible on the video.
Anyone with information is asked to call Lordstown police at 330-824-2712.
Halcon agrees to
improve more roads
WARREN - Trumbull County commissioners on Wednesday approved another agreement with Halcon Resources for the company to improve roads near one of its natural gas and oil wells.
Under the agreement with the Engineer's Office, the Pennsylvania-based company will mill and resurface about 3,040 feet of Highland Avenue and about 2,940 feet of Yerke Young Road, where the horizontal well is located.
Jack Simon, road use maintenance agreement coordinator with the Engineer's Office, said Halcon will do the improvement work after the well is drilled.
The road is in good enough shape now, he said, to accommodate the heavy truck traffic.
in shoplifting fight
WARREN - A 33-year-old Howland woman was sentenced to two years in prison Wednesday after pleading guilty to charges of robbery and escape in connection with a shoplifting episode that turned violent.
Chantelle Croff of Raglan Drive N.E. was arrested after a scuffle with a loss prevention officer at Burlington Coat Factory on March 9. The officer had stopped Croff and accused her of theft.
Croff was taken by police to a hospital after she complained of a pregnancy-related problem.
A prosecutor pointed out that Croff wasn't pregnant at the time and walked out of the hospital even though police placed a formal ''hold'' on her.
County OKs paving
for public parking lot
WARREN - Improvements will be made to a public parking lot in downtown Warren.
Trumbull County commissioners on Wednesday gave Stateline Paving of North Lima the contract to pave the parking lot at Harmon Avenue and Monroe Street N.W. for $37,670. The county is buying the material from the Shelley and Sands Asphalt Plant for $60,990.
The Engineer's Office is transporting the material from the plant to the work site.