Officers were able to arrest the man after he tripped over his feet and fell a second time.
Natale was convicted of mailing a white powder to a business from which he was fired.
Investigators said it appeared as if someone threw something at the home, causing a fire on the front porch.
The woman told officers that he bent her over and said, “This will only take a minute.”
Police in Warren say charges are pending in an accident Monday on U.S. 422 that sent four people to the hospital.
Police said the suspect was arrested after he was found staring at staff outside of Mayor Doug Franklin’s office.
Both victims told police that an unknown man attacked them.
Family members at the scene said shots were fired into a house where a man was hit in the leg and bled to death.
Members of the Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership transformed the street’s portion surrounded by the Mahoning River.
The man told police he was abducted, robbed, beaten and held against his will for three days.
Police said Ross took the cash register drawer from the bar on Market Street
When police talked to the man, they said he told them he “was at the wrong place at the wrong time.”
Police said the man smashed the front glass door of the BP station on E. Market Street with a large rock last Friday.
Attorneys on both sides believe Anthony Natale’s mental health is an important issue for the court to consider at sentencing.
According to a police report, the suspect attacked a woman inside the house, choking her and stealing her cell phone.
The Warren drive-in first opened in 1950. Now 66 years later, it’s still owned and operated by the same family.
Dra Rushton led Liberty by rushing for over 200-yards.
Bowden scored on runs of 48, 43 and 65 yards.
The Tigers led 17-0 at halftime.
The suspects said the fight was sparked by racism and threats from their neighbors.
The men from Youngstown and Warren, who were both serving 20-year sentences, will get out of prison early.
Lakeview Elementary teacher Kaylee Kalman is seeing positive results with the “unhomework” approach.
Bresha Meadows, 15, is charged in the July shooting death of her father.
Javal Jackson, 43, and Tyrone Thomas, 42, are charged with stealing 30 firearms from J&D Firearms in Warren.
Warren Police are investigating a break-in in which the burglar appeared to have come in through the ceiling.
The fight was caught on camera, showing Alesia Code and her nephew assaulting her neighbors outside of her apartment building.
An 11-year-old girl called 911 after a family friend was unable to revive her mother.
The victim told police that the man stole a taser and pepper spray from his wife’s unlocked car on Elm Road.
Police said the charges stem from an investigation into shots fired at a Warren home on Thursday.
The JFK defense has only given up seven points through six weeks.