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  Pair Charged With Identity Theft, Forgery After $4300 Transaction At Huntington Bank  
  January 14, 2021 Edition  
     BY JOHN A. DARNELL JR.
      associate editor
      After a man and woman netted $4,300 during a drive-thru transaction at Huntington Bank, 711 Boardman-Canfield Rd., they were arrested by Boardman police on a variety of charges, including forgery and identity fraud.
      About 4:40 p.m. on Thurs., Jan. 7, Ptl. Evan Beil was off-duty, but still in uniform, and stopped at one of the bank’s drive-thru windows before returning home.
      In the lane next to him was a man he recognized as Michael Mele, 33, who has a lengthy criminal history (including forgery).
      The policeman then sent a note through the drive-thru tube, asking the teller if everything was all right; and received a reply saying the drive of the car in the next lane had been drinking and they said bank personnel “didn’t thi...Read More >>
  Center Corey Linsley Earns All-Pro Selection  
  January 14, 2021 Edition  
     Green Bay Packers center and Boardman native Corey Linsley has been named a first-team All-Pro for the 2020 NFL season by the Associated Press.
      Linsley, who was the highest-graded center at Pro Football Focus this season, received 18 of the possible 50 votes for first-team All-Pro. While Linsley was the first-team center, Ryan Kelly of the Indianapolis Colts and Frank Ragnow of the Detroit Lions shared second-team honors.
      Linsley, who didn’t make the Pro Bowl, is a first-time All-Pro.
      Despite missing three games with a knee injury, Linsley still only allowed one sack and four total pressures over 734 total snaps and 437 pass-blocking snaps, per PFF. He was also the site’s highest-graded run-blocker, a testament to his impact in creating holes in the wide-zone run scheme for running backs Aaron Jones, Jamaal Williams and A.J. Dillon in 2020....Read More >>
  Mall Security Reported ‘Overwhelmed’ By Fight  
  On The Day After Christmas:   January 7, 2021 Edition  
     to the Southern Park Mall shortly after 6:00 p.m. on the day after Christmas in response to a fight involving some 50 persons.
      Mall security was reportedly “overwhelmed by the fight,” police said.
      Police were at the mall within four minutes of getting the call and were unable to locate any groups of people fighting.
      “Security eventually flagged us down and advised that all participants had left already,” Ptl. Joe Lamping said.
      One person was reported injured during the fight, a 13-year-old girl, Tyleia Shaw, of Youngstown.
      “Shaw had a bloody towel covering her left eye. Her injury consisted of a several-inch long cut above her left eye and slight swelling,” Ptl. Lamping said.
      Shaw told police she was approached by a juve...Read More >>
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