Austintown man indicted in fatal crash

A Youngstown man is alleged to have made a death threat against a common pleas court judge.
YOUNGSTOWN -- An Austintown man accused of providing alcohol to his girlfriend who died in a car crash that same evening and a city man accused of threatening a judge are among those indicted by a Mahoning County grand jury.
Grand jurors on Thursday indicted Michael R. Kakavros, 20, of Penny Lane, with one count each of involuntary manslaughter and illegal possession of a weapon.
Kakavros is charged in the Jan. 20 death of Tricia Lenio, 18, who died in a one-car crash on Kirk Road. She was driving to her Canfield home from Kakavros' home when she crashed.
The two were dating..
Police have said that speed and alcohol played a role in the crash. Kakavros is accused of providing the teen with alcohol.
The weapons charge, unrelated to the accident, stems from a prohibition against his possessing weapons because of a 2005 drug trafficking conviction.
Police found a gun at his house during an investigation.
Richard Clark Jr., 19, of Sheridan Road, Youngstown, was indicted on a retaliation charge in a direct presentment to the grand jury.
He is accused of uttering a death threat against Judge R. Scott Krichbaum of Mahoning County Common Pleas Court.
Authorities have said that as Clark left the Mahoning County Courthouse last month, he told deputies that his aunt had been arrested and that he was going to kill the judge.
Clark had been at the courthouse for resentencing of his uncle, and a family member who made a disturbance during the proceeding was held in contempt of court.
Other indictments
Others indicted, according to the Mahoning County clerk of courts, are:
Alfred D. Coward, 36, of Carroll Street, Youngstown, two counts of cocaine possession.
Amber M. Girardi, 20, and Robert A. Morris, 23, both of Halls Heights, Youngstown, and Anthony Williams, also known as Kevin Newell, 39, of McFarland Avenue, Youngstown; three counts of possession of heroin with one forfeiture specification, five counts of cocaine possession; and five counts of tampering with evidence.
Harry Ferranti, 51, of East Florida Avenue, Youngstown, driving while under the influence of alcohol.
Julia V. Butler, 22, of Bears Den Road, Youngstown, receiving stolen property.
Edward A. Memmer, 42, of East Evergreen Avenue, Youngstown, receiving stolen property and misuse of a credit card.
Christian Cammon, 22, of Hudson Avenue, Youngstown, possession of cocaine.
Frank Cascarelli, 59, of North Hazelwood Avenue, Youngstown, burglary.
Makisha Howell, 32, of Parkview Avenue, Youngstown, tampering with records and identity fraud.
Richard J. Pesa, 34, of Kerwin, Austintown, possession of cocaine.
Lillian Rosado, 29, of Murray Street, Campbell, or Kendis Circle, Youngstown, passing bad checks.
Jason Schrader, 27, of Baylor Avenue, Austintown, possession of cocaine.
Wilton Pittman III, 26, and Joseph E. Croom, 27, both of West Laclede Avenue, Youngstown, possession of cocaine and possession of a dangerous ordnance.
Sean L. Green, 34, Almyra Avenue, Youngstown, possession of cocaine.
Timothy C. Lee, 27, of West Liberty Street, Hubbard, possession of cocaine.
Christopher W. Hammond, 33, of West Evergreen Avenue, Youngstown, domestic violence.
Marcus A. Dill, 24, of West Laclede Avenue, Youngstown, receiving stolen property and failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer.
Todd V. Finley, 40, of Camden Avenue, Youngstown, burglary.
David A. Welsh, 50, East Florida Avenue, Youngstown, possession of cocaine.
Michael E. Campbell, 42, of West Boston Avenue, Youngstown, receiving stolen property, improperly handling a firearm in a motor vehicle and trafficking in marijuana with a forfeiture specification.
Debra A. Finley, 40, of Martin Luther King Boulevard, Youngstown, possession of cocaine.
George D. Panezott, 57, of South Lundy Drive, Salem, possession of cocaine.