• April 28 at 9:38 p.m.: A man said his phone was stolen while he played racquetball at Phillips Gym on Woodland Street.

• April 29 at 5:22 a.m.: Police responded to a possible drug overdose on South Cedar Street, where paramedics were working on an unresponsive victim. EMS administered naloxone and took the man to the hospital with a police escort.

• April 29 at 4:34 p.m.: A woman said a safe with approximately $6,000 in cash was stolen from her South Main Street home. Her son said the safe had about $9,000 in cash. Police found blood drops and smears in the house; they also found what appeared to be a boot print near a broken window.

• April 30 at 6:20 p.m.: Mykal Isom, 24, of Oberlin, was arrested on a warrant for child support through the Lorain County Sheriff’s Office.

• May 2 at 9:09 p.m.: A big-screen TV was reported stolen from a South Pleasant Street home. A bedroom window was found open.

• May 4 at 5:50 p.m.: Oberlin College security turned over a glass bong with suspected burnt marijuana residue and a metal grinder with a green leafy substance.

• May 5 at 11 a.m.: Danielle Oneal, 31, of District Heights, Md., turned herself in on a warrant for contempt of court through the Oberlin Municipal Court.

• May 5 at 9:30 a.m.: A boy at the Lorain County Academy was reportedly using profanity and being aggressive toward staff. The child was turned over to the Lorain County Detention Home for consideration of charges.

• May 5 at 10:44 p.m.: Jeremy Farley, 30, of Parma, was charged with carrying concealed weapons, operating a vehicle while intoxicated, and failure to control. He was arrested after a two-car crash at Rt. 58 and US 20. A police report said Farley had a concealed carry license but failed to immediately disclose to officers that he had a loaded Glock in his pocket and a .45-caliber handgun on the front passenger seat of his car.

• May 6 at 10:47 p.m.: A woman reported a bruise to her granddaughter’s face, which according to the victim was made when her mother’s boyfriend punched her while at a Cleveland residence. The victim has autism and diminished mental capacity, according to a report. Information was forwarded to Cuyahoga County Children Services.

• May 7 at 1:44 a.m.: Devaun McClain, 30, of Canton, was charged with driving under suspension, running a red light, illegal license plates, possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia. The vehicle he was driving was towed.

• May 7 at 10:39 a.m.: A 14-year-old boy was bitten seven times by a dog and was taken for treatment at Mercy Allen Hospital. The boy told police the dog was a pitbull. Officers were unable to make contact with the dog’s owner. Several neighbors said it is not the first time the dog has bitten someone. The Lorain County dog warden took the pitbull into custody for quarantine and destruction. The case was forwarded to the city prosecutor for consideration of charges against the dog owner.