I am amazed reading the paper and listening to the news. All kinds of coverage of drug dealers getting shot and robbed, and here is a man who was doing his job, just like we do every day. He is paralyzed, yet the big front page article is we have to find help to get a puppy who was shot, medical care as the owner cant afford it. You can find nothing in this rotting town of this mans robbery. I went to the store today where I deliver and sometimes get a snacker. People could not even talk, so upset. This fine man, was always sweet, wouldnt hurt anyone, and got shot on the way to the bank at 10am on Monday. I have been upset all day, no one seems to care that the dog will get help, but this man will be ruined forever and the article in www.vindy.com was on B2, and nothing on the local news Man Hospitalized After Apparent Set-up A man is in the hospital tonight after being shot during what investigators believe was a set-up. Youngstown Police say 42-year-old Joseph Kaluza, a manager at KFC, was shot in the neck after a traffic accident on Hilton Avenue Monday. Detectives say the man was on his way to deposit the receipts from the KFC restaurant on Indianola. Investigators believe a robber forced the victim to crash, shot him, took the money, and ran. Man shot after two-car accident Published:Tuesday, March 25, 2008 YOUNGSTOWN — A 42-year-old restaurant manager was in critical condition Monday night after being shot in the neck and robbed Monday morning after a car accident at the corner of South and Hilton avenues. Joseph Kaluza of Youngstown was traveling south on South Avenue at about 10 a.m. when a blue-gray Saturn cut him off and caused an accident, he told police. Kaluza called 911 and then loaned his cell phone to the female driver of the Saturn, he said. Moments later, a man appeared at the passenger door and fired a gun at Kaluza, hitting him on the right side of the head and neck, Kaluza told police. The female then stood near Kaluza’s car, but the shooter told her to leave, so she did, Kaluza said. The shooter then pushed Kaluza’s car a short distance into a driveway on Hilton and demanded money. Kaluza told the man that there was money in the console of the car, which the man took. The man then ran off, he said. A bag in the console contained $306 — money Kaluza was taking to the bank from the nearby restaurant where he works as manager, Kaluza told police. A family member who answered the phone in the family waiting area at St. Elizabeth Health Center said Kaluza is in critical condition in the surgical intensive care unit.