Saturday, Nov. 10
12:30 p.m. — 100 block David Drive, resident said someone damaged her driver’s side door over the last few days, but nothing was stolen from the car.
1:35 p.m. — Goodman Distribution Inc., 160 Liberty Court, police said office front door pried open. Owner said nothing appears to have been stolen.
Friday, Nov. 9
11:49 p.m. — 18th Street and Broadway, Clayton Taylor, 41, 1300 block W. 20th St., Lorain, arrested and charged with possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia, soliciting a prostitute and driving with a suspended license. Police said Taylor admitted to paying a woman $20 for oral sex. The woman said Taylor threatened to rape her, which Taylor denied. He said they argued because he paid her less than the $30 they had agreed on. Police said Taylor had a small amount of cocaine on him when they stopped him.
Saturday, Nov. 10
8:17 p.m. — Bootlegger’s Den, 538 Broadway, Steven Rozsos, 33, 500 block Oberlin Ave., Lorain, arrested and charged with aggravated menacing and disorderly conduct by intoxication. A man outside the bar said Rozsos said he had a pistol and threatened to shoot up the bar after being kicked out of it. Police said Rozsos didn’t have a pistol on him when they stopped him running from the bar in a yard in the 500 block of Oberlin Ave., but was drunk. Rozsos said he had a few drinks at the bar, but didn’t mention making threats, police said.
Sunday, Nov. 11
1:02 a.m. — 1900 block E. 36th St., Jason Rodman, 37, same address, charged with domestic violence, but not arrested. Rodman’s girlfriend said the two argued at a party and after returning home he slammed her head into kitchen cabinets before she escaped the home and called police. Officer said Rodman wasn’t at the home when they arrived. They confiscated a stolen revolver from the home that the girlfriend said belonged to Rodman. Police said Rodman has convictions for felonious assault and domestic violence.
3:12 a.m. — West 37th Street and Leavitt Road, Ryan Poprock, 25, 2400 block W. 37th St., Lorain, arrested and charged with drunken driving and failure to control. Police said Poprock admitted to driving a car that ran over a stop sign and hit a fire hydrant. Officers said Poprock smelled of alcohol and had trouble keeping his balance during a field sobriety test, according to a police report. Poprock registered a 0.166 blood alcohol content — twice the legal limit — in a breath test, police said.