Over the past couple of years, Ohio has made national and even international headlines because of increases in drug use. The state, including Youngstown, is dealing with a drug epidemic with spikes in unintentional drug overdose deaths. Inthere was a record number of people in Ohio that died from overdoses, and that number has risen every year since
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Austintown police arrested Albert Maruna IV, 22, a student at Youngstown State University, on charges of attempted unlawful sexual contact with a minor, disseminating matter harmful to juveniles, possessing criminal tools and importuning. Maruna allegedly thought he was chatting with an underage boy on an online dating app. Police say Maruna sent nude photos of himself using the app, and said graphic, sexual things in the chat.
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Memorial services will be conducted at 11 a. Elizabeth Health Center of an apparent heart attack he suffered at work. Donald was born Jan.
Derek and his wife, Kristie, have two boys, Bryce and Evan and they call Cortland home. He also has two others sons who live in Alabama. You can usually find him on a golf course in the summertime.
Austintown police have arrested and charged a woman revived from a suspected heroin overdose. Samantha Morris, 29, was booked into the Mahoning County jail on Wednesday on charges of inducing panic, possessing drug abuse instruments, drug paraphernalia, and heroin possession. The first officer on the scene attempted to revive Morris by rubbing her sternum.
Ohio is consistently topping the charts for the highest number of residents living with substance abuse. Although there has been a steady decrease in the number of overdose related deaths due to prescription opioids, there has been an equal if not more substantial number of overdose increases from mixing fentanyl with other illicit substances. O verresidents of Ohio ages 12 and over abuse drugs and alcohol annually withof them being from illicit drugs, making it easy to see how the recent drug trends have ballooned to their current numbers.
Another county spokesman told The Investigator Tom Meyer that they stopped sending teens to the facility — Abraxas Ohio in Shelby - years ago because of abuse allegations. A spokeswoman said the team intended to interview four Cleveland-area boys currently housed at Abraxas. The team also planned to tour the facility. The court sent the team to the facility a day after a WKYC Channel 3 News report that focused on former Abraxas employees and clients, all of whom made allegations of physical abuse, sexual encounters with staff and little to no drug counseling.