AKRON -- It was a busy weekend for Akron Police with a slew of crimes...
The first incident took place at 5:30 a.m. Saturday when police responded to a large fight on Cole Avenue at Hammel Street.
Upon their arrival, five women told police they were struck by a car that was driven by 18-year-old Roamonaye Carr. One of those struck was Carr's sister.
Three of the victims were taken to local hospitals, while two others were treated on scene.
Officers later located Carr near the intersection of 6th Avenue and Talbot Avenue. Carr's vehicle, a 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix, was towed.
Carr was charged with five counts of felonious assault and driving without a license. She was booked into the Summit County Jail.
Around 7:30 p.m. Saturday night, a couple returning home in the 800 block of Berwin Street noticed a man standing on their front porch. Police say the male approached the vehicle, opened the driver's door and struck him in the head with a gun.
The suspect allegedly snatched $25 cash and the female passenger's jewelry.
He fled on foot through neighboring back yards.
The male victim was taken to St. Thomas Hospital for a laceration over his eye.
The stolen jewelry was recovered in the back yard.
The suspect remains at large.
Around 10 p.m. Sunday, a delivery driver for Papa John's Pizza was reportedly assaulted and robbed while delivering food in the 600 block of East Archwood Avenue.
The victim reported that he drove up to the house and noticed two males standing in the driveway. The driver got out of his car and asked the males if they ordered pizza. One male said yes and wanted to know if they accepted credit cards. As the driver was trying to call back to his business, the other suspect punched the driver in the face. The driver fell to the ground, when the suspects took the food and fled.
Police are asking for the public's help in locating the suspects in each of these crimes. Anybody with information is asked to call the Akron Police Department.