Fight over food ends in Lorain woman’s arrest
LORAIN — An argument over potato chips had a painful ending for a 17-year-old boy around
5:27 p.m. Tuesday, according to Lorain police.
The boy and his 18-year-old sister, Mariluz Castillo, of West 38th Street, began yelling over control of the food, the report said. Castillo then pushed her brother to the ground, bit his knuckles and forearm and pinched his stomach, the report said.
The boy eventually ran to a neighbor’s house and called the police, the report said.
Castillo, who is four months pregnant, told police her brother punched her in the stomach. Police saw no marks on Castillo, but the boy was bleeding from the bite marks, according to the report.
Castillo was charged with domestic violence. She was taken to CHP Regional Medical Center when she complained of stomach pain, and she was then taken to the county jail.
Grand jury to weigh charges in Columbia go-kart wreck
COLUMBIA TWP. — A grand jury will decide whether a felony count of endangering children is brought against a man whose son was injured in a Sept. 3 go-kart crash, according to a county sheriff’s report.
Robert Yarsky, 39, of Bryant Avenue, also could face charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated and obstructing official business.
Yarsky and his 9-year-old son were riding in the roadway when they crashed into a storm drain.
Both were bleeding from severe injuries to their hands, the report said.When questioned by a deputy, Yarsky refused to cooperate or to give a blood or urine sample, the report said. It also noted that his driver’s license was suspended for alcohol-related offenses.