Thursday, January 3
11:47 p.m. - Summit Street NW and Mahoning Avenue NW, Rebecca Renois, 27, charged with endangering children, DUI and hit-skip. Police said Renois was driving drunk with her 3-year-old son in the back seat and crashed into a parked car on Forrest Street NW. She continued driving to Quick Shop, where she claimed she pushed her car off the road and onto a grassy island near the parking lot, police said. When officers got there, they said she got out of the car, picked up her son and started walking away from them.
Friday, January 4
12 p.m. - 2200 block of Shalom Ave. NW, Chardasha Magee, 25, arrested and charged with endangering children, assault and criminal damaging. Police said Magee saw her boyfriend in a car with another woman so she took a baseball bat to the front passenger window. There was a 2-year-old in the back seat. Magee claimed the woman pepper-sprayed her first but the woman said she pepper-sprayed Magee to get Magee away from her, according to a police report.
3 p.m. - 800 block of W. Market St., reported robbery. A woman said after withdrawing some money from an ATM, two men came up to her while she was pumping gas. She said they asked her if she wanted to buy something from them but she refused. Then they pushed her back into her car, took her money and ran away, she told police.
Saturday, January 5
1:19 a.m. - 1600 block of Blair Ave. NW, home burglary. A woman told police a man she knows broke into her house, demanded she give him money and punched her in the face twice. Medical professionals said her jaw could possibly be broken.
Monday, January 7
3:52 a.m. - 800 block of Front St. SW, Tangela Bryant, 33, arrested and charged with abduction; Terrance Green, 39, arrested on a warrant and charged with receiving stolen property. Police said Bryant caught her boyfriend, Green, cheating on her so she held him and the other woman at gunpoint for about 15 minutes. The other woman told officers Bryant threatened to kill them and shoot off Green's genitals. When police got to the house, they found a stolen gun, suspected marijuana, suspected cocaine, a digital scale and a large amount of cash, officers said. More charges could be coming after police get the drug lab test results.
Tuesday, January 8
8 a.m. - West Avenue NW, D'Anthony Williams, 22, shot and killed. Police responded to reports of gunshots in the area and when they got there, they found Williams lying behind a house. He died at the hospital.
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.