Warren police are investigating four shootings and one stabbing over the weekend.
Reports give little details about what happened and appear incomplete.
One report says Sa’Taunt L. Warfield, 23, was shot about 2 a.m. Saturday in the 400 block of School Street S.W.
Reports say officers found one live bullet and taillight parts in the area. A witness told police her friend was shot and left.
The man showed up at Trumbull Memorial Hospital with a gunshot wound. It is unclear if police followed up.
At about 6 p.m. Saturday, someone fired bullets at people at the Mega Car Wash at 2492 Youngstown Road S.E.
Police found a shell casing and a spent bullet in the area. No other details were provided on the report.
At about 2:45 a.m. Sunday, Khiry J. Taylor, 20, was stabbed after gunshots were heard at 1994 Rogers Avenue S.E.
Reports say a woman, Ra’Nautica Nichols, 18, suffered “an apparent minor injury” but the report does not say how she was injured.
Later in the day, officers arrested a man after a brief standoff.
Reports say Darren L. Lee, 26, of 1741 West Avenue N.W., was arrested on suspicion of felonious assault and possessing crack at about 3 p.m. Sunday.
His mother, Desiree A. Lee, 55, told police her son assaulted her and fired a gun inside their home. She said he went upstairs with the gun. Officers reported surrounding the home until Darren Lee surrendered shortly after.
Officers reported finding crack cocaine in Lee’s pants pocket when booking him.
Lee, records show, was charged June 3 for carrying a concealed weapon, possessing drugs, obstructing official business, driving under suspension and failing to stop at a stop sign.
Then early Monday, a Montrea J. Roberts, 23, reported “a shooting incident” at Rocky’s Gas Station at 1744 W. Market St.
No other details about the incident are included in the report.
The report does list a Michael Bobbitt as a person involved in the incident, though it does not specify to what capacity. He is not listed as a suspect in the case.
Bobbitt, 24, of Palmyra Road, was arrested as a primary person of interest in the Oct. 15 fatal shooting of Stanley Thomas, 37, a co-manager at the now defunct Clancy’s Bar. He was never formally charged in the murder.