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  • One person injured after car flips in Youngstown

    One person injured after car flips in Youngstown

    Monday, October 15 2018 8:16 PM EDT2018-10-16 00:16:15 GMT

    One person was taken to the hospital after their vehicle flipped on Carroll Street in Youngstown.  According to the Youngstown Police Department, the car that flipped was the only vehicle involved in the accident. Police say that the victim is in stable condition. Officers have not yet determined how the crash occurred; however, they are still on scene working to find out. 

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    One person was taken to the hospital after their vehicle flipped on Carroll Street in Youngstown.  According to the Youngstown Police Department, the car that flipped was the only vehicle involved in the accident. Police say that the victim is in stable condition. Officers have not yet determined how the crash occurred; however, they are still on scene working to find out. 

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  • Customers at Energy Wise say no one showed up to do work scheduled for Monday

    Customers at Energy Wise say no one showed up to do work scheduled for Monday

    Monday, October 15 2018 8:07 PM EDT2018-10-16 00:07:19 GMT

    A home improvement company with a large customer base and years in business has complaints filed against it. Shane Morlan and his husband Eric refinanced their house and wrote two checks totaling 19,200 to Energy Wise Home Improvements for a new roof, roof extension, and 12 new windows. Morlan tells us the owner Anthony Porrazzo told them that work on the roof would start October 8th with windows installed October 15th.  But no work has been done no materials delivered. Mor...

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    A home improvement company with a large customer base and years in business has complaints filed against it. Shane Morlan and his husband Eric refinanced their house and wrote two checks totaling 19,200 to Energy Wise Home Improvements for a new roof, roof extension, and 12 new windows. Morlan tells us the owner Anthony Porrazzo told them that work on the roof would start October 8th with windows installed October 15th.  But no work has been done no materials delivered. Mor...

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  • Two men arrested after allegedly forcing way into Warren apartment

    Two men arrested after allegedly forcing way into Warren apartment

    Monday, October 15 2018 7:09 PM EDT2018-10-15 23:09:37 GMT
    LEFT: Earl Freeman RIGHT: Anthony WilliamsLEFT: Earl Freeman RIGHT: Anthony Williams
    Two men were arrested after allegedly forcing their way into a Warren apartment occupied by three women and a baby, according to police. A police report stated that 43-year-old Earl Freeman and 49-year-old Anthony Williams knocked on the door of the apartment, located on the 1200 block of Robert Avenue. Officers said that the women opened the door, although they did not recognize the men, who appeared to be intoxicated.  The women told police that they tried to keep Freeman an...More >>
    Two men were arrested after allegedly forcing their way into a Warren apartment occupied by three women and a baby, according to police. A police report stated that 43-year-old Earl Freeman and 49-year-old Anthony Williams knocked on the door of the apartment, located on the 1200 block of Robert Avenue. Officers said that the women opened the door, although they did not recognize the men, who appeared to be intoxicated.  The women told police that they tried to keep Freeman an...More >>
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