Trumbull Co. man accused of aggravated burglary


WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) — Howland police arrested Chad Summers early Wednesday morning after being called to a mobile home in Warren where he allegedly threatened and held a mother and daughter against their will.

According to a police report, officers left to go to the home at 176 Shady Lane Circle just after midnight. The two women burst out of the home, pursued by Summers, who was handcuffed by police and later taken into custody.

Summers allegedly broke into the locked mobile home and threatened the two with a knife, saying to the daughter, “You’re going to watch your mother die,” according to the report. While Summers was distracted, the mother was able to place a 911 call. Police said he also threatened to kill himself.

Summers faces charges of abduction, assault and aggravated burglary with the intent to inflict harm.

The victim is Summers’ ex-girlfriend, according to a police report.

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