Owner of Michael Alberini's restaurant sentenced to 30 days jail over violation of protection order
Boardman restaurant owner Michael Alberini, 55, was found guilty Monday on charges he violated a court-ordered protection order.
Alberini appeared in Struthers Municipal Court Monday in Judge Dominic Leone's courtroom and pleaded no contest to violating the protection order.
Alberini was sentenced to 30 days in jail, followed by 30 days of house arrest and three years probation.
Alberini was charged with violating a court order on Oct. 19 stemming from an unlawful restraint and menacing incident from December 2021.
Alberini allegedly violated the terms of the protection order when, according to the complaint, he and another man showed up at the victim's home in Poland Township on Oct. 13.
According to the complaint, the victim's mother called the police to report that Alberini and another man parked Alberini's vehicle in front of the home of the victim and the victim's mother.