An Akron man is listed in serious condition at Akron City Hospital after suffering gunshot wounds while playing video games.
Akron Police Lt. Rick Edwards says Dennis Withrow, 28, of Brittain Road, told police he was shot by three masked male suspects while playing video games with two other men at about 4 p.m. Monday afternoon.
Edwards says Withrow told them the suspects forced their way into the apartment in the 1200 block of Brittain Road and opened fire.
"The shooting remains under investigation and no suspects have been identified," Edwards said.
The two males who were playing video games with Withrow were charged with possession of cocaine.
"They were charged after officers recovered over 100 grams of cocaine, both inside the apartment and outside the apartment in a flower pot," Edwards said.
Police say a Euclid woman was stabbed multiple times by her husband who now faces charges.
Cuyahoga Falls Police Lieutenant Rich Knotek says neighbors heard a woman screaming at a home in the 3400 block of Squires Bend in Cuyahoga Falls.
"She started screaming for help, and luckily some the neighbors heard her and they called the police," Knotek said.
Police say the incident took place at about 11:50 p.m. Sunday.
The woman was staying at her parents house at the time of the attack. She suffered three stabbing wounds; one on the right side of face-- just below her ear, on her right thigh and one on the right-side of her torso, just below her rib cage.
She was taken to Akron City Hospital and Knotek said her injuries appear to be non-life threatening.
Eugene Roseling, 58, is charged with attempted murder, aggravated burglary, felonious assault, kidnapping and domestic violence.
His arraignment is schedule for Monday.
Summa making good on plans we reported last week, shifting from use of licensed practical nurses and some technicians to registered nurses.
The moves are part of Summa's cost-cutting but the hospital's Michael Bernstein says it's targeted more at patient care. 60 jobs overall eliminated. Akron General making a similar move as well recently.
The restructuring focuses on using all registered nurses in the Emergency Room; overall, 60 positions are impacted at Summa's Akron City Hospital. Bernstein told WAKR's Ray Horner Morning Show the workers were notified this week but overall Summa had 200 job openings posted in various functions through it's operations.
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