Ex-Macedonia mayor charged with burglary, violating protection order

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STREETSBORO, Ohio-- The former mayor of Macedonia was arrested Monday for an incident involving his ex-girlfriend.

Joseph Migliorini, 65, is charged with burglary and violation of a temporary protection order.

Police said Migliorini walked into a house in Streetsboro uninvited at about 11 p.m. Monday. He screamed at his ex-girlfriend and chased her onto the patio, then left when she threatened to call police.

A warrant was issued for his arrest. According to Streetsboro police, Migliorini was told to turn himself in.

Migliorini resigned on July 9 following battery charges in Florida. He was accused of pulling a woman by her hair and slapping her across the face in April outside of a restaurant in Palm Beach Garden.

Migliorini turned himself in to the Portage County Court Wednesday morning. He posted bail on his $10 thousand bond and was released on his own recognizance. He is to have no contact with his ex.

He will back in court on August 18 for a preliminary hearing.

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