Former Macedonia Mayor Joseph Miglorini’s probation is now set to be terminated on Feb. 1 after he was sentenced last April to two years of probation.

Miglorini pleaded guilty in March 2019 to violating a Florida temporary protection order, a first-degree misdemeanor. Migliorini was accused of breaking into a home on Creekside Way in Streetsboro on Aug. 6, 2018. When Streetsboro police responded, Migliorini’s former girlfriend told police he had gone into the home, started yelling at her and chased her.

The protection order had been issued after Migliorini was charged with battery, a first-degree misdemeanor, after allegedly grabbing his girlfriend by the hair and slapping her across the face on April 27, 2018 in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. The case was closed after Migliorini signed a pre-trial intervention agreement in June 2018, according to Palm Beach County court records.

Migliorini resigned as Macedonia’s mayor on July 9, 2018 after the Palm Beach Gardens incident.

Former Macedonia councilman Kenneth Martin, who was representing Migliorini, said his client had done everything he was supposed to while he was on probation. He has also paid a $300 fine and $314 in court costs, as ordered by the court, Martin said. 

He also noted that Migliorini’s probation officer approved the termination. Judge Laurie Pittman, who heard the case, granted the motion to terminate.

Contact reporter Eileen McClory at 330-298-1128, or @Eileen_McClory.