News In Brief
Support enforcement agency offers ‘Deals’
YOUNGSTOWN – Mahoning County Child Support Enforcement Agency is offering parents who are behind on child support the chance to reinstate their suspended driver’s licenses for a one-month payment plus one dollar on arrears. If unemployed, the parent also must agree to seek employment.
Dubbed ”Deals for Your Wheels,” the program runs Monday to April 30.
Absent parents with a suspended license who wish to participate can visit the agency, 345 Oak Hill Ave., between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. and speak to a license suspension case manager.
If requirements are met, the CSEA will provide the required reinstatement form to the BMV Regional Reintstatement Center.
For more information, call 330-740-2073.
Warren man arrested on theft charge
WARREN – A Warren man was arrested Friday on claims he stole a woman’s purse outside Trumbull Memorial Hospital.
Matthew Bohyer, 34, is facing theft and robbery charges after he was chased down by hospital security guards.
According to police, the man threw a 62-year-old woman to the ground and fled with her purse in the East Market Street hospital’s parking lot. Guards caught the man and held him until police arrived.
Bohyer is being held at Trumbull County Jail.
OSP identifies fatal crash victim
ANDOVER – The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a single-vehicle crash that left a township woman dead on Thursday.
Julie A. Wilson, 58, of Andover, was killed just before 6 p.m. when her vehicle went off the west side of Stanhope-Kelloggsville Road, went airborne and landed on its roof in a wooded area adjacent to a small creek, the patrol reported.
Troopers said no other vehicles were involved and Wilson, who was pronounced dead at the scene, was alone in her vehicle. The road was closed for several hours.
Preliminary results from an autopsy done Friday showed Wilson died from blunt trauma to the head, trunk and extremities, according to the Ashtabula County Coroner’s Office. Toxicology results are pending.