Friday, August 27, 2010


Elyria – Many of you remember the story we ran earlier this month where a man in his wheelchair, Brennan Williams, collided with a car on Clark Street and Warren Ave while on his way to church.

Williams’ wheelchair was totaled in the crash but was later replaced by someone who saw the story and donated a new one to Williams.

Williams called the Police yesterday to report his 2008 silver Kia Sportage had been stolen. Williams told Police he has an acquaintance in his home doing repairs to his door. The man had been to the house before doing similar repairs. Just before 7 p.m. Williams watched as the man took the keys to the car and leave the house. Williams said he did not give permission to the man to take the car and has never let him use it in the past.

Police say Williams was unable to stop the man because he has cerebral palsy and has recently suffered a stroke.

Police went to a home on Livermore and made contact with Williams’ caregiver who used to date the suspect. The woman made contact with the suspect who admitted to having the car but refused to say where he was. The woman told police that the man sounded intoxicated.

Williams told Police that he wished to pursue charges against the suspect.


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