Testimony in the sentencing phase of Fuller’s trial was postponed until Monday April 10 because an expert witness was unavailable.
The story ran Tuesday.
A jury in Mercer County Common Pleas Court on Friday found the 24-year-old Farrell man guilty of first-degree murder, burglary, possession of offensive weapons and instruments of crime. Jeremy was killed by a shotgun blast in the kitchen of his 575 Prindle St. home in Sharon.
Stevenson, Grove City, defeated former Armstrong County District Attorney George Kepple. In November, Stevenson will face Democrat James Coulter for the seat.
The race was the only local contest in a primary election that drew about 20 percent of registered county voters to the polls.
Moussa, 47, accused Fisher; his agent, Richard Shaheen; and state medical consultant James Hol-liman of malicious prosecution. Dr. Donald Stitt of Greenville was charged along with Moussa. Both were exonerated.
But Debra Wodnick, the dog’s owner, said the shooting was uncalled for and she wants to fight a citation that charges her with failing to secure a vicious dog.
The story ran Thursday.
"I want to know if the Justice Department ignored evidence that some of their own people were under the thumb of organized crime figures," James Traficant, Poland, Ohio, D-17th District, said in a Friday story.
Traficant filed a Freedom of Information Act request seeking FBI documents.
The U.S. Justice Department responded Thursday by saying that the release of documents Trafi-cant requested could take many months because of the FBI investigation into public corruption in Youngstown.
The FOIA request covers FBI and Internal Revenue Service documents going back as far as 40 years.
He is charged with 20 counts of obtaining funds from a federally insured financial institution un-der false pretenses, one count of making false statements to a federally insured financial institution and three counts off failing to file federal income tax returns, the office said in a Saturday story.
The indictment was filed Wednesday, said Assistant U.S. Attorney James V. Moroney, who is prosecuting the case. Moroney said Friday he expects arraignment will be scheduled in a week or two. Bond will be set at the hearing, he said.
The indictment covers early 1993 through Feb. 21, 1997.
Clark operated under the business name R.L. Clark and Co., which had offices in Boardman and Canfield, both in Ohio, the office said.
The ruling Monday by U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson could lead to drastic pun-ishment, including the breakup of one of the world’s major corporations.