Tuesday, April 2
10:13 a.m. — 200 block Lake Ave., Percy Hicks, 29, Cleveland, arrested and charged with domestic violence. A woman who has a son with Hicks said Hicks choked her during an argument about him threatening to beat the son and break his crayons. Police said they saw no signs of injury on the woman.
8 p.m. — 600 block North Abbe Road, a resident said she came home from work around 7 p.m. and found her front door propped open and a footprint on it. She said two $4,000 gold rings, a $400 phone and a $300 phone were stolen.
8 p.m. — Leo Bullocks Parkway near Murray Ridge Road, Crystal McCullough, 28, 400 block Wesley Ave., Elyria, arrested and charged with speeding and driving without a license. Police said McCullough, also wanted on contempt of court and theft warrants, drove 55 mph in a 35-mph zone.
9:30 p.m. — Planet Fitness, 1553 West River Road N., a gym member said he parked his car outside the gym around 7:35 p.m. and it was gone when he came out at about 9:30 p.m. The man said he was unsure if he locked the 1995 maroon Toyota with an Ohio license plate number of FTU2696.
Wednesday, April 3
1:05 a.m. — 700 block Broad St., Brian Lawhorn, 46, 100 block of Garvin Ave., Elyria, charged with felonious assault. Lawhorn’s girlfriend, whom police said had blood on her lips and a front right tooth pushed back into her mouth, said he came to her home and punched her about 20 times around her head and upper body. She said he fled when she called police.
1:14 a.m. — Pudge’s Place, 311 Broad St., David Campolo, 52, 700 block West Ave., Elyria, arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. Police said they were called because Campolo and another person were refusing to leave. They said that Campolo was drunk and spoke to them in a “taunting and threatening manner” as officers were leaving the bar, causing them to arrest him.
Monday, April 1
9:45 p.m. —100 block W. Erie Ave., information was sent to a school resource officer after it was reported that a student posted a picture on Facebook of the Columbine High School shooters. Police did not list which school was involved, and officers did not know what the student’s intentions were with the post.
Tuesday, April 2
9:08 a.m. — 4200 block Washington Ave., theft of several items reported by an employee of the homeowner who was out of the country.
9:38 a.m. — 1300 block W. 11th St., theft of a shotgun, crossbow and electronics from a home.
9:48 a.m. — 3200 block Lowell Ave., a man reported that he believed his neighbors were poisoning his dog as the dog became ill twice after it went near the neighbor’s side of his yard. The man said he noticed small white particles in the area on his lawn. Police contacted the Health Department to test the particles.
11:48 a.m. — 1400 block Ironwood Drive, reported theft of a television from a home. The homeowners believed the house was being watched by the burglar, who broke into the home during the short time they were gone.
12:20 p.m. — 1800 block E. 30th St., theft of a television from a home. A resident said he woke up to a loud noise and saw a man in his backyard. Police found the cord to the television in a side yard.
2:45 p.m. — 100 block W. Erie Ave., reported theft of an iPhone from a locker at Lorain Southview Pride High School.
3:14 p.m. — 100 block Georgia Ave., theft of vehicle rims valued at $720 each from a garage.
5:56 p.m. — 1000 block Meister Road, a juvenile attacked a security guard at Apples after he was stopped for stuffing Twizzlers in his pocket, police said. The boy was in his mid teens with black hair and was possibly Hispanic. He was wearing dark-colored athletic clothing.
7 p.m. — 2200 block Oakdale Ave., reported damage to a vehicle. The vehicle’s owner believed juveniles in the neighborhood were involved.
8 p.m. — 800 block Appleseed Drive, reported graffiti and damage to a vacant home. The home is owned by First Federal Savings Bank of Lorain and has been vacant since January, according to police.
8:26 p.m. — 5300 block Ashland Ave., attempted burglary of a home. Police believed an alarm at the home or the homeowner’s arrival scared away the burglar.