Officers were dispatched Friday morning to Avondale Street for a man and woman fighting and found Aaron S. McDole, 33, of that address, with two puncture wounds and blood on his back. He told officers he was sleeping when he was struck in the head with a bottle, which awakened him. He and Jessica L. Hayes, 24, same address, began arguing and he was putting on his coat to leave when he thought she punched him. When he felt blood running down his back, McDole realized he had been stabbed, according to reports. Hayes initially denied stabbing him but then told officers she had punched him but the box cutter-type knife wasn't open. She told officers it was in a clothes basket. Hayes was charged with domestic violence.
Officers were called to Wilbert Avenue Monday for an 18-year-old woman who reportedly took a bottle of Vicodin, but she told them she had just taken three tablets the previous night and was just sick and tired. Her boyfriend and another man, both from Lorain, told police they would stay with her after she declined medical treatment. About an hour later, a family member called police and said the 18-year-old was suicidal and had overdosed on pills. This time, she was transported to the hospital by Tri-County ambulance.
Tara Williams, Northside Avenue, reported a neighbor threatened to kill her dog and damage her car. She said the neighbor was driving through her yard and made the threats after being told to stop.
Dana M. Chafins, no address listed, reported she had rented a specialized tool from Auto Zone to have work done on her car. When she went to return an item to the store, Chafins learned the tool had been returned by a man she believes was her ex-boyfriend, who now has the deposit she had paid.
Norman Dawson was backing from a parking space in the post office lot and Tara Starr was backing her vehicle when her mirror was knocked off by striking the spare tire on Dawson's Jeep. No ages or addresses for the two drivers were reported.
A caller reported Wednesday two men were stomping a third on East Fifth Street, and officers arrived to find Kenny Ray Taylor, 34, lying in the street, bleeding from the head, with numerous bruises on his head. Daniel E. Springer, 37, walked down the street and reportedly told officers he had injured Taylor, and officers said he was having a hard time standing and had slurred speech. He was charged with disorderly conduct /intoxication. Taylor also identified the second man he said assaulted him, who was not at the scene. Taylor was transported to the hospital by Lifeteam ambulance.
Responding to a report of a woman screaming in an apartment on North Shady Lane, officers heard a commotion, but said the resident Shauntice Carter came to the door and said everything was OK. Officers checked the apartment and everything was in place.
Ashley Click, no address listed, was pulling into a Burrows Avenue driveway when her brakes went to the floor, causing the vehicle to strike the corner of the garage.
While at the Marathon gas station on Pennsylvania Avenue, Michael T. Williams, no address listed, said an SUV being chased by a car through the alley struck his pickup truck, damaging it. Both vehicles continued on state Route 39.
Heather Fisher, Canton Street, reported her front door opened and her dog went toward the door, but officers found no one around.