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Local sports roundup for March 25, 2011

Thoms

Firelands grad picks up honor Heidelberg junior Dana Thoms, a Firelands High graduate, has been named Ohio Athletic Conference softball pitcher of the week. Thoms had a 2-1 record with a 1.47 earned run average during the week of March 14-20. The junior right-hander threw three complete games, giving up four runs and 16 hits, Read More…

Elyria woman jailed after bar fight

ELYRIA — An Elyria woman was arrested for assault yesterday afternoon after a fight at Pudge’s Place. Sherry Greenholtz, 46, of Elyria, was taken to the Lorain County Jail. Officers were called to the Broad Street bar at 4 p.m. They were met outside by Sherry Williams, 50, of LaGrange, who told them Greenholtz had Read More…

Police log for March 24, 2011

Elyria police Friday, March 18 9:59 a.m – 600 block Cleveland St., skateboards valued at $400 and $60 in cash is stolen in a break-in at Lauber Sports, the fourth burglary in five years, according to the operator. 12:27 p.m. – 400 block 13th St., copper pipes stolen from home. 12:45 p.m. — Middle Avenue Read More…

Lorain man LifeFlighted from rollover accident overnight in good condition

ELYRIA — A Lorain man is in good condition at a Cleveland hospital after he was LifeFlighted following a rollover accident on state Route 57 overnight. Derrick Worthy, 26, was westbound on 57 when he rolled his Ford Explorer about 4:20 a.m., Benton said. Benton did not have an exact location on 57. Firefighters had Read More…

Missing Avon Lake teenager found safe

AVON LAKE — Patricia “Tricia” Kowalski, a missing teenager from Avon Lake, was found safe yesterday, according to a police dispatcher. Kowalski had left her home on March 4 and hadn’t back since, according to Sgt. Vince Molnar. The dispatcher said she was found about 3:40 yesterday afternoon but couldn’t confirm where. Check back at Read More…

Time running out on child support license reinstatement push

ELYRIA — Time is running out. The Lorain County Child Support Enforcement Agency at 42485 North Ridge Road, is wrapping up its March Madness driver’s license reinstatement program, which restores driving privileges to those who had them suspended for failing to pay child support if they pay one full month of the support they owe Read More…

Pet rescue group sues fosterers

ELYRIA — The Multiple Breed Rescue group directed by Amy Hunt filed a lawsuit Wednesday in Common Pleas Court against a Columbus woman and several Lorain County residents seeking the return of a dog from foster care. The suit lists as defendants Kate Curry of Columbus, Roger and Jeri Valentine of Wellington and Mindi Wagner Read More…

Police log for March 23, 2011

Elyria police Friday, March 18 9:59 a.m – 600 block Cleveland St., skateboards valued at $400 and $60 in cash is stolen in a break-in at Lauber Sports, the fourth burglary in five years, according to the operator. 12:27 p.m. – 400 block 13th St., copper pipes stolen from home. 12:45 p.m. — Middle Avenue Read More…

Mom: Boy’s dad threatening him in texts

LORAIN — A woman reported on Monday that her son’s estranged father has been sending the 11-year-old boy threatening and verbally abusive text messages. The boy showed police the messages in which the father said he hoped someone would kill his son. They also contained racial slurs, profanity and insults, the report said. The woman Read More…

More info released: Sandusky officer was shot five times; one bullet was stopped by vest

SANDUSKY — The Erie County Sheriff’s Office has released more information on the fatal shooting early Saturday of Sandusky police officer Andrew Dunn, including the fact that Dunn was shot five times. According to a news release sent out today, Dunn stopped suspect Kevin Randleman, 50, about 3 a.m. Saturday because he was riding a Read More…