WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) – At least four teenagers stormed a house in Warren Friday night and held a man there at knifepoint.
According to a police report, a woman inside a home on Scott Street called 911 about 10:30 p.m. and reported that four people had entered the house and were still there.
According to the report, Paul Krause, 60, who was at the Scott Street residence had been arguing with another woman who threatened to send her son over to the house. Krause and the woman exchanged text message with the last one from the woman reading, “Aw (expletive) my whole squad coming.”
A short time later the woman’s son and three female juveniles showed up at the house, kicked in the door and window and entered the home. Two of the teens held the man down on the couch while two others grabbed knives that were located in the home, according to the report.
The group left a short time later. Police located them walking along Waverly Avenue where the male teen started to run but was caught. The male teen told police he came to the house because the man had “disrespected” his mother.
All four teens were taken to the Warren Police Department for processing.