Friday, December 21
Jihaad Harrison, 19, arrested by Warren police on kidnapping, rape, strangulation and aggravated assault charges out of Sharon. Harrison is accused of kidnapping and raping a girl at gunpoint, then tying her up and beating and strangling her.
10:44 p.m. - 1600 block of Parkman Rd. NW, reported home burglary. The victim said she was home with her children when she saw a car pull in the driveway and heard a knock at the door. She opened the inner door and said two young men she didn't know were asking for a certain woman who she said did not live there, according to a police report. They got mad and forced the screen door open to get inside the house, she told police. One of the men pulled a gun and demanded to know where this woman was, according to the report. She told them she didn't know anyone by that name. Some of her children heard this and started to come downstairs, so she yelled at them to go back upstairs, where they called 911. That's when the men took off, according to the report. The victim told police both men looked to be about 18 to 20 years old. She described one of the men as being 6'2" tall with dreadlocks and medium-tone skin and the other as 5'5" with light skin.
Saturday, December 22
2:45 p.m. - 1100 block of Ward St. NW, reported home burglary.
5:40 p.m. - Woodland Street and Panther Avenue, a teen boy said he was robbed by two males as he was walking on the sidewalk. He said they pulled up in a tan or silver older model Nissan, and started punching and kicking him. They took his cell phone before driving off, according to a police report.
Sunday, December 23
12:50 p.m. - 1100 block of Ward St. NW, a man reported that his home was broken into a second time in just a couple of days.
1:19 p.m. - 1100 block of W. Market St., Michael Onder, 36, of Leavittsburg, charged with possessing drug abuse instruments and DUI. Police said it looked like Onder's pickup truck jumped a curb and hit another car in a parking lot. They said Onder was unresponsive behind the wheel. Officers said they noticed a packet of suspected heroin, as well as a needle and other drug tools, in the car. They gave him naloxone to revive him, and EMTs took him to the hospital. More charges could come after drug lab test results.
2:40 p.m. - 1000 block of Summit St. NW, police said there was a shooting at a laundromat during an argument between two men. Ronald Butler was hit in the neck and drove himself to the hospital. The shooter also drove away, according to a police report.
Thursday, December 27
9:39 p.m. - 200 block of Tod Ave. NW, Nathen Butch, 21, arrested and charged with felonious assault. Police said Butch stabbed a man during an argument. The victim said he felt threatened by Butch, so he grabbed a baseball bat. That's when Butch stabbed him, according to a police report. Officers said they found two pieces of a broken knife blade. Both men were taken to the hospital for treatment.
11:25 p.m. - 2200 block of Stephens Ave. NW, a woman said a man she knows forced his way into her home, choked her and pushed her to the ground. She said he picked up her cell phone and threw it at a 10-month-old, causing a bump on the baby's head. The woman said he took her cell phone and drove away in a blue Chevy Impala.
Friday, December 28
5:02 a.m. - 1300 block of Southern Blvd. NW, Christopher Parks, 22, arrested and charged with felonious assault. A witness said Parks came home drunk and aggressive. When people in the home told him he couldn't have a beer, they said he became "enraged." According to a police report, Parks choked someone in the home and started beating people. The witness said Parks attacked another man while he was sleeping. Parks grabbed a knife and tried to slash car tires in the driveway but the knife broke, the witness told police. He went back in and grabbed another knife to slash the tires, according to the report.
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.