WARREN - Police are investigating a shooting early Thursday morning that left a Tod Avenue woman with a minor scalp laceration.
Police said Francesca Reid Bradley, 57, was in a pool of blood on the floor at at 2528 Kenwood Drive S.E. around 1:22 a.m. The woman told officers she was there to do laundry and got shot, according to a Warren police report.
The report states that police found a large caliber bullet near her right arm. Bradley was transported to St. Joseph Health Center, where she was treated and released, police reported. She was then placed into police custody on a parole violation and transported to Trumbull County Jail to await a court appearance, the report states.
The report said police were called to the Kenwood residence after receiving reports that shots had been fired. They said they were flagged down by a male who told them that a woman had been shot inside the house. When police went into the house, they found Bradley lying in a fetal position behind the door of "what looked to be a utility room," the report states.
Police checked Bradley's vital signs and found that she was alive, but there was a pool of blood on the floor by her arm and head. Police said they saw several bullet holes in the area of the utility room and part of the kitchen. The report states that no one else was at the house.
Police were not able to locate the owner of a brown purse on the couch in the living room, the report states. The report also states that police were not able to locate the owner of the property.
As of Thursday, no one had been charged and the shooting was under investigation.