Dancer collapses at lounge in Austintown

Dancer collapsesat lounge in Austintown
AUSTINTOWN -- A dancer at a bar that features nude dancing was taken to the hospital early Saturday after collapsing. Police and township firefighters found Jennifer Snyder, 29, of Manchester Avenue, Youngstown, unconscious but breathing on the floor of the Rebel Lounge on Seventy-Six Drive at about 12:30 a.m. Snyder was treated at St. Elizabeth Health Center. She also was wanted on a warrant for harassing communication in the village of Poland. She was turned over to authorities.
Stolen car burned
HILLSVILLE, Pa. -- A car found burning in the Hillsville Quarry was stolen in Boardman. Police said this morning the 1992 Pontiac Grand Am was reported missing March16 by its owner, who lives in Austintown. Police found it burning at 11 a.m. Tuesday.
Gunshots reported
AUSTINTOWN -- Four teens told police they heard gunshots early Saturday outside a North Four Mile Run Road home. The teens said there was a conflict with a 21-year-old Youngstown man at the home previously, and he may have fired the shots. The teen who lived at the home said her parents were out of town.
Assault and robbery
YOUNGSTOWN -- A 40-year-old Hillman Street woman told police she was walking on her South Side street near her apartment building at about 8:55 a.m. Saturday when a man, about 25 or 30, asked her for directions. He then began pulling on her purse and punched her in the face and knocked her to the ground when she resisted, police reports show. He stole $62, prescription pills, an identification card and a key.
Man reports assault
YOUNGSTOWN -- Shortly after midnight Saturday, a 21-year-old Otis Street man said his 19-year-old live-in girlfriend had punched him, bit his arm, held a gun to his chest and put a knife to his ribs during an argument in their North Side apartment, police reports show. He left and went to a relative's home to call police.
Car damage reported
YOUNGSTOWN -- A 49-year-old Warren Avenue man reported to police Sunday that his 52-year-old ex-girlfriend, of Idora Avenue, had chased him in her car on the city's South Side at about 3:10 p.m. and intentionally smashed her car into his car at Idora and Hudson Avenue and again at Midlothian Boulevard and Hudson, causing damage to his passenger side door. Police had been called to the woman's residence earlier in the night for a domestic disturbance. The man said he was not there.
Beaten after break-in
YOUNGSTOWN -- A 33-year-old West LaClede woman reported that two women came to her South Side home at about 5 p.m. Friday with about 15 men threatening to fight her, police reports show. She locked her home but her window was broken and a door was kicked in. She said the two women came inside, punched her in the head, kicked her in the stomach and hit her on the back with a lamp until it broke. She said they threatened, "This is not the end." The woman was treated at Beeghly Medical Center.

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