• Jan. 5 at 8:48 p.m.: A woman contacted police regarding threats allegedly made by the father of her son to her through email. A report said the man first emailed her in November 2015 and she was granted a civil protection order through the Lorain County Court of Common Pleas. She told police she wanted to pursue criminal charges against the man. This case is being forwarded to Oberlin prosecutor Frank Carlson for consideration of charges.
• Jan. 7 at 11:15 a.m.: Jousha Starr, 22, of North Ridgeville, was charged with possession of drug instrument, drug paraphernalia, Schedule II drug, and Schedule IV drug. A report said officers were contacted by North Ridgeville police for assistance.
North Ridgeville officers said that while serving a warrant to Starr he was allowed to use the restroom. A report they suspected Starr of using heroin in the restroom; they found him inside holding a hypodermic needle. Oberlin police found a needle, small plastic bag, small metal container, a pill bottle that contained eight Oxycodone pills, two Tramadol pills, and one Hydrocodone pill. The plastic bag, container, and needle all had suspected heroin residue on them.
• Jan. 7 at 4:03 p.m.: A man contacted police about his friend reportedly taking pills. The suspect told police she took roughly 19 anxiety pills 15 minutes before medics arrived and that she felt depressed. A report said the suspect was taken to Mercy Regional Medical Center in Lorain for treatment.
• Jan. 7 at 11:42 p.m.: Police stopped a juvenile who was walking behind Eastwood Elementary School after curfew. The juvenile said he was walking to a friend’s house and his parents knew he left the house. A pat-down of the boy revealed what appeared to be a pair of brass knuckles in his jeans pockets.
Officers also found two bags containing suspected marijuana, and a pack of cigarettes. The case is being forwarded to the Lorain County Juvenile Court for the consideration of the following charges: carrying a concealed weapon, possession of marijuana, underage possession of tobacco, and curfew. A report said the juvenile is also currently under probation through the juvenile court for a previous violation.
• Jan. 9 at 2:28 p.m.: A mother told police she argued with her son because he had several cell phones that he is not suppose to have and she does not know where he found them. She also told police the juvenile pushed her to the ground when she tried to take the cell phones from him.
• Jan. 9 at 5:34 p.m.: John Duvall, 55, of Oberlin, was arrested on a bench warrant through the Elyria police department.
• Jan. 10 at 4:45 p.m.: A man called police regarding an argument with his son. The man told police it started over what he made for dinner.