An Ohio couple was recently arrested and faced with charges of felonious assault with a deadly weapon and aggravated burglary after allegedly assaulting a 52-year-old man with the chainsaw.
Allegedly, while trying to exit the apartment, Wiley pulled the victim inside, where Mitchell hit him on the back with the chainsaw's blade.
Investigators found Wrenn on the couch and covered in blood.
Wrenn, 52, told authorities Mitchell, 32, and Wiley, 23, went to a house in the 800 block of Baird Street about 9 p.m.to confront him over some owed money.
Police said when the fight became physical, the men crashed to the ground and landed near a chainsaw that was on the floor of the living room, according to Fox 8. Wrenn attempted to runaway from the home but was caught by Mitchell and Wiley when he fell.
The events that led to the arrest of the OH couple began to unfold that evening after Mitchell and his girlfriend went to the 52-year-old's house in order to talk about the owed rent.
Mitchell allegedly grabbed the tool and used its sharp edges to strike the victim, who was reportedly slashed on his hands and arms. The man eventually managed to get away, fleeing to a neighbor for help while Mitchell and Wiley escaped, Fox 8 reported. Mitchell and Wiley fled the scene before officers arrived.
The victim was taken to Akron City Hospital and was last reported to be in serious condition.
While officers were there, the suspects came into the emergency room for a cut to Mitchell's hand. They were charged with aggravated burglary and felonious assault, then taken to the Summit County Jail.
Football Moment that Left us Speech-Less.
With an 11- 0 score at the end of the game, Germany started the Shanghai Women’s World Cup with a world record win. Women’s World Cup 2007 Germanys women’s team opened the World Cup with a bang against Argentina.
BAE shows improved earnings but expects flat 2018
The guidance is a slight downgrade to expectations as analysts had been expecting earnings to grow around 2 % in 2018. Earnings per share rose 8 percent past year to 43.5 pence after the company had forecast a gain of 5 to 10 percent.