On Easter Sunday, Streetsboro Police received a call from the Gardens of Western Reserve Assisted Living at 9975 Greentree Parkway, that claimed an employee had stabbed another employee. The call cut off, but when officers responded, they found a 19-year-old female with severe cuts.
Witnesses told police that the suspect, 19-year-old Emilie Brunswick of Ravenna, had fled the scene. The victim was transported to University Hospital Portage Medical Campus in Ravenna and police went to go look for Brunswick, who was later found at a relative's home in Aurora, with the help of the Portage County Sheriff's Department. She was placed under arrest for Felonious Assault.
The victim, whose name wasn't released, was treated and released from the hospital two days after the incident, but police say she will require follow-up care.
The report added that no patients nor residents of Gardens of Western Reserve were in danger at any time.
Update: Savannah found SAFE! Thanks for your help and concern!
Portage County deputies issuing a "missing child alert" -- it's NOT an AMBER Alert that normally shows the child to be in danger.
Police are looking for 16-year old Savannah Hopper, last seen around midnight yesterday in the Slagle Road area in Windham. She's described a 5'4", abpit 115 pounds with blond or strawberry-blonde hair and blue eyes.
Again, this is NOT an AMBER Alert.
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(Portage County Sheriff) AN ENDANGERED MISSING CHILD ADVISORY HAS BEEN ISSUED BY PORTAGE COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE FOR THE FOLLOWING REGIONS:
WHILE THIS IS NOT AN AMBER ALERT, THE CHILD IS BELIEVED TO BE IN DANGER.
SAVANNAH WAS LAST SEEN ON 7/18/2017 AT HER RESIDENCE IN WINDHAM, OHIO. LAW ENFORCEMENT IS CONCERNED FOR HER SAFETY.
BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR A MISSING OR ABDUCTED CHILD FROM PORTAGE COUNTY, OH. LAST SEEN ON 8460 SLAGLE ROAD IN THE CITY OF WINDHAM AT 7/18/2017 12:00:00 AM.
INFORMATION AS OF 07/19/2017 10:34 AM.
CHILD: SAVANNAH HOPPER
DOB: 5/29/2001 16 Yrs old
HEIGHT: 5'4" WEIGHT: 115 lbs
HAIR: Blonde or Strawberry
LAST SEEN DATE: 07/18/2017 12:00 AM
UPDATE Thursday, May 18 7:14 a.m. Akron police are disputing the characterization of Patrick Boggs as a "person of interest" in the case, but haven't gone into more details following Boggs' arrest on a parole violation hold by Portage County deputies. The Portage County Sheriff's Office is referring media inquiries regarding Boggs to Akron police.
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The man described as either the ex-husband or estranged husband of one of the Fultz Street fire victims is being held in the Portage County Jail on a parole violation charge.
Channel 3 News is reporting Patrick Boggs served a 12 year sentence for arson and on domestic violence charges after threatening to kill Angela Boggs by dousing her with kerosene and threatening to set her on fire in 2001.
Police say he's not "considered a suspect", according to the Channel 3 Report, but a "person of interest" and referred any questions to the Akron Police Department.
Angela Boggs was among the seven left dead after the blaze Monday morning. Also killed was Dennis Huggins, father to four of the five children who died in the fire. They were identified as one year old Cameron Huggins; three year old Alivia Huggins; five year old Kylle Huggins; six year old Daisia Huggins, and 14 year old Jered Boggs.
An 18-year old family member was not home at the time of the fire as she was living in Sandusky.
Akron Public Schools had a crisis team including counselors at Helen Arnold CLC, where six year old Daisia attended elementary school classes. 14-year old Jered was reportedly an online charter school student.
Official cause of death and ID's are pending release of the Summit County Medical Examiner but a grandmother of the children made the ID's.