Saturday, April 6
4:34 a.m. – 800 block of Union St., a woman said another woman hit her with a car. After an argument and asking the woman to leave, the victim said she was walking toward her house when the woman drove onto the grass and hit the victim in the leg with the car, pinning the victim in between the car and a staircase. The victim was taken to the hospital.
10:33 p.m. – Homewood Avenue SE and S. Grandview Street, Fred Rini, Jr., 32, charged with possessing drug abuse instruments and drug paraphernalia. Police said Rini overdosed in a van that was in the middle of the road. Officers were able to revive him with naloxone. They said Rini had needles, suspected heroin, a drug spoon and a crack pipe. He was taken to the hospital for treatment. Additional charges could be filed after police get the drug lab test results.
Sunday, April 7
8:58 p.m. – 100 block of Laird Ave. NE, Justin Winans, 37, charged with possessing drug abuse instruments. Police responded to a report that Winans overdosed in a car. When they got there, he was conscious and said he didn’t need to go to the hospital. Officers said he had a needle, a metal spoon and suspected heroin on him. Additional charges could be filed after police get the drug lab test results.
Monday, April 8
8:14 p.m. – 1700 block of Southwest Blvd. SW, reported home burglary. The victim told police that someone broke into his house, threw eggs in his living room, damaged TVs and Air Jordan shoes and dumped some liquid onto his gaming system. He didn’t think anything was missing.
Tuesday, April 9
1:15 a.m. – 300 block of W. Market St., Roy Banks, 52, arrested and charged with disorderly conduct while intoxicated. Police said Banks was intoxicated, admitting to them that he had been drinking and was walking home. They said he was acting aggressively and couldn’t stand up on his own.
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.