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.
A woman racked up two OVI arrests on the same day this week in Portage County.
Streetsboro police say 48 year-old Dawn Kvasnicka of Ravenna was stopped after a report of an erratic driver on Route 43 at about 9:25 on Tuesday morning. She was charged with OVI after registering point-371 blood alcohol level.
Just over five hours later, police arrested her again on Route 303. The blood alcohol level the second time was point-385.
She wasn't driving again after that...and was taken to the Portage County Jail.
(Video courtesy: Streetsboro Police Department)
(Streetsboro Police Department, news release) On 9-20-2016 at 9:25am, Streetsboro Police Department received a call about an erratic driver on State Rt 303. The driver was located and stopped on State Rt 43 north of State Rt 14. Dawn Kvasnicka, a 48 year old white female from Ravenna, showed signs of impairment and was arrested for Operating a Vehicle Under the Influence of Alcohol. She was taken to the Streetsboro Police Department where she gave a breath sample of .371BAC. The legal limit in Ohio is .080BAC. She was charged with OVI and released to a friend.
Later that same day, at 2:47pm, our department received another report of an erratic driver on State Rt 303. The car was stopped in the police department driveway where officers found the same female was behind the wheel. Still showing signs of impairment, she was again arrested for OVI and taken back to the police department where she gave another breath sample of .385BAC. She was charged with her second OVI of the day and taken to the Portage County Jail pending arraignment.
Streetsboro police say it was indeed a rear end crash that caused minor injuries to 18 students on three buses, who were on the way home from Streetsboro High School on Wednesday.
Police have identified the three drivers as 48 year-old Wande Templeton of Ravenna, 44 year-old Sherill Shaffer of Streetsboro and 52 year-old Petrina Twigger of Streetsboro.
But they don't say if or when charges will be filed, as the investigation continues.
Police do say that alcohol or drugs are -NOT- suspected in the crash.