Warren crime activity: 2 charged after suspected overdose in Taco Bell restroom

Crime

Monday, March 29

5:42 p.m. – 2000 block of Willard Ave. SE, Lisa Leimkuehler, 31, arrested on a warrant and charged with drug paraphernalia. Police said Leimkuehler, who was picking up her daughter, was sitting in a car in the parking lot of Willard School and seemed intoxicated. Officers said she denied being intoxicated, saying she was just picking up her daughter, who was in the back seat. They found straws with white powder on them, an unknown green powder and pills in her purse, according to a police report. A family member came to pick up the child. Additional charges could be filed once police get the drug lab test results.

Monday, April 1

10:12 a.m. – 500 block of Douglas St. NW, Macy Wilson, 26, and Joseph Bernard, Jr., 23, both arrested on warrants and charged with obstructing official business and resisting arrest. Police said they found Wilson and Bernard hiding in the insulation in an apartment. Officers said they heard noises coming from the ceiling and could see the ceiling starting to give. They said both Wilson and Bernard crashed through the ceiling and landed in a bedroom.

Tuesday, April 2

6:37 a.m. – 3100 block of Linda Dr. NW, reported home burglary.

3:17 p.m. – 3000 block of W. Market St., a family said a bullet crashed through their living room window. They never heard a gun go off, so they think it was shot somewhere else and traveled a far distance.

Wednesday, April 3

5 a.m. – 2300 block of Plaza Ave. NE, reported armed robbery. A man and woman told police they went to Giant Eagle to get coffee but when they got there, they realized it was closed. They said another man and woman, who seemed polite, came up to them and followed them back to their apartment. Once they got there, the victims said the man pulled out a handgun and took a Social Security check and credit card number and PIN from them.

2:19 p.m. – 400 block of South St. SE, Julie Davis, 33, of Leavittsburg, charged with possessing drug abuse instruments; Robert Stamper, 76, of Leavittsburg, arrested and charged with carrying concealed weapons. Police said Davis overdosed in the restroom at Taco Bell. They found a packet of suspected heroin, a needle and pills on her, according to a police report. Officers were able to revive Davis, who was taken to the hospital. When police asked if Stamper had a gun, he told them he did but forgot to tell them earlier, the report says. Davis could face more charges once police get the drug lab test results.

10:10 p.m. – 2300 block of Willow Dr. SW, reported home burglary.

10:20 p.m. – E. Market Street and Laird Avenue SE, attempted aggravated robbery in the BP gas station parking lot. A 38-year-old man said he got out of his car to go into the store, and when he came back, he saw a man with a gun sitting in the back seat of his car. The victim said the man ordered him to drive, so he did, but when the man ordered him to hand over his wallet, the victim refused. The victim started beeping the car horn erratically at a red light, he told police. The man got mad and hit him in the head with the gun, then ran out of the vehicle, the victim said. He didn’t end up taking anything.

Thursday, April 4

3:30 a.m. – 2000 block of N. Feederle Dr. SE, a woman said while she was walking outside of an apartment building, a man she didn’t know came up to her and stabbed her in the arm with a kitchen knife. She ran to a nearby apartment for help and the person living there let her inside. She was taken to the hospital for treatment.

4:04 a.m. – 1200 block of Fifth St. SW, Cameron Cole, 26, arrested and charged with domestic violence and resisting arrest. Police said when they arrived, Cole was intoxicated. Officers said he pulled away from and struggled with them as they arrested him.

Disclaimer: These reports don’t represent all calls made to the Warren City Police Department. This public information was provided in reports from the Warren City Police Department. Items reflect charges filed, not convictions.

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