May 30, 2016

Elyria
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Police log for April 3, 2012

Lorain police Friday, March 30 7:28 p.m. — 1200 block W. 19th St., woman reports her son’s PlayStation 3 and various games stolen from her home. 8:32 p.m. — 2000 block W. 21st St., Ira Lee, 27, Lorain, public indecency-urination. 8:50 p.m. — 1600 block E. 32nd St., Serafin Quintero Jr., 29, Lorain, criminal damaging, Read More…

Car reported stolen from Elyria dealership

ELYRIA — A vehicle was stolen from Jack Matia Honda on Sunday, according to a police report. A salesman at the dealership said a man provided a phone number and driver’s license to test drive a vehicle on the lot. The man then took the red 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier for a test drive. The salesman Read More…

Police log for April 2, 2012

Elyria police Saturday, March 31 1:27 a.m. — 300 block Clark St., woman reports tire slashed on her vehicle while it was parked outside a bar. 3:29 a.m. — 500 block Broad St., Gerald R. Bodiford, 26, Elyria, arrested on warrant for contempt of court through Elyria Municipal Court. Friday, March 30 9:58 a.m. — Read More…

Elyria Catholic boys basketball coach Phil Kuchta to sit out next season to ‘focus on family’; ex-Panther Jason Smith to run team

ELYRIA — Elyria Catholic boys basketball coach Phil Kuchta has requested and been granted a one-year leave of absence from his coaching position. Kuchta was arrested two weeks ago after allegedly trying to enter the wrong house while intoxicated. He has pleaded not guilty to charges of criminal damaging and disorderly conduct, according to court Read More…

Softball: Avon Lake survives cold, EC

AVON LAKE — The temperature was barely 40 and the wind was brisk out of the north Thursday afternoon on the Avon Lake High School campus. So what? Elyria Catholic’s softball bats got hot in the sixth inning of its non-conference game with Avon Lake. Hot, but not hot enough. The Panthers rallied for five Read More…

EC pole vaulter Lucas Ball able to rise to the occasion

Lucas Ball has been a pole vaulter for only three years, but he’s packed a lot of success into that brief period. Then again, he’s packed a lot of pole vaulting into that time, as well. Ball, a sophomore at Elyria Catholic, won a middle school state title at South Amherst, then became the first Read More…

Police log for March 30, 2012

Lorain police Wednesday, March 28 11:42 a.m. — 300 block W. Seventh St., a man reported that his driver’s side window had been shattered and his CD player was damaged in an attempt to remove it. He said nothing was taken from the car. 6:52 p.m. — 2500 block Oberlin Ave., a man reported that Read More…

Baseball: Elyria’s rally comes up 90 feet short vs. Normandy

ELYRIA — With a runner on third in the bottom of the seventh, Elyria couldn’t score the final run left to complete its rally Wednesday and fell 5-4 to Normandy at George Day Field. It looked as through the rout might be on as the Invaders (1-1) scored three easy runs in the top of Read More…

Softball: Elyria rips 16 hits to dominate Valley Forge

ELYRIA — After a tough Opening Day loss Monday, Elyria made sure there would be no repeat Wednesday. Not only did the Pioneers pound out 16 hits, Alyssa Barker and Caitlyn Minney combined to throw a no-hitter in a 16-0, five inning mercy-rule win over Valley Forge in a Northeast Ohio Conference crossover game. The Read More…

City jail open again, housing female inmates from county

ELYRIA — Forty-eight female inmates moved Wednesday from the Lorain County Jail to new digs at the Elyria Jail in a shift that police say will save money and alleviate crowding. The 54-bed facility in Elyria has been vacant for more than two years. It was closed in October 2009 because of budget restrictions. Built Read More…