Va. woman sentenced for stealing MTR
WHEELING- A Virginia woman has been sentenced to more than seven years in prison for embezzling more than $1.3 million in horse racing funds from Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack and Resort, at which she was employed.
Prosecutors say 49-year-old Anita Ambler was sentenced Monday in Wheeling for stealing from Mountaineer in Chester over several years.
Ambler had been convicted in April on 11 counts of mail fraud, 10 counts of wire fraud and four counts of transacting in criminal proceeds.
In addition to her prison sentence, Ambler also must pay back the money and forfeit her estate in Reva, Va., along with a vehicle she bought with the stolen funds.
Concert set for Aracoma Park
MINGO JUNCTION - Rich Treglia will perform at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 7 at a concert at Aracoma Park.
The village is holding a series of concerts at the park throughout the summer months.
Man stable following stabbing
EAST LIVERPOOL - A 33-year-old man was in stable condition at Pittsburgh Medical Center Monday after being stabbed during the early morning hours.
According to reports, city police were called by a Fairmont Street resident at 12:34 a.m. about a bleeding man lying on his porch.
Scott Ingram Jr., 33, whose last known address was West Fourth Street, was found bleeding heavily from his chest and leg, and police said he identified the person who stabbed him. He was flown by helicopter to the Pittsburgh facility.
Capt. Tom Clark went to a home at 1300 Brightview Drive, a block from where Ingram was found, with a trail of blood found leading from that home to the Fairmont Street location.
A detective called to the scene interviewed the Brightview Drive homeowner, her son and grandson. Ingram and one of the men reportedly were arguing over a woman when the stabbing occurred.
A folding knife with a 3.5-inch blade was recovered as evidence.
Police are still investigating the incident with no charges filed as of Monday afternoon.
Authorities searching for missing man
CALCUTTA - Emergency personnel from St. Clair Township and other agencies responded Monday night to the main portion of Beaver Creek State Park for a report of a missing fisherman.
According to firefighters and ambulance personnel at the scene, the 66-year-old had been fly fishing and didn't return home when expected. His wife notified police, and attempts were being made to pinpoint the location of his cell phone, which he had failed to answer.
His Jeep was found sitting in the parking lot near the Pioneer Village at the state park. Highlandtown Fire Department brought its hovercraft to maneuver the creek, and a STAT MedEvac helicopter also helped in the search, which encompassed the park and creek.