Showers and Storms, Assault at Shaker High School, Reward in Death of Akron Teenager

Showers and storms are arriving this morning and will continue to move through out ahead of this cold front.  Expect this to continue through the early afternoon, then the temperature and humidity will drop into tonight.  Friday, the wind out of the north will leave chilly air in place.  A few showers will remain before we drier air pushes in this weekend.

TODAY:  Showers and storms this morning, mostly cloudy cooler and less humid this afternoon.  High: 77  Wind: SW-NW at 5-15 mph

TONIGHT:  Partly cloudy with a few showers.  Low: 56  Wind: N at 10 mph

FRIDAY:  Cloudy with a few showers.  High: 60

According to officials in the Shaker Heights School District a student is in custody, accused of assaulting another student.

A parent in the district told 19 Action News she received a phone call Wednesday from Shaker Heights High School Principal Michael Griffith.

The message stated 'that a Shaker Heights High School student is in custody in connection with the alleged assault of another student at the high school on Sept. 10th'.

Griffith also states the victim was transported to a local hospital and treated and released.

Detectives continue to piece together what happened to the missing Akron teen found dead in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.

Taylor Robinson, 19, was last seen on May 3 when she was dropped off at a home in the 700 block of Kipling Avenue in Akron for her job as a home health care aide.

Robinson's remains were found by hikers in the Brecksville park on Monday. The remains were found in a remote area off a trail.

According to the Summit County Medical Examiner, Robinson's remains will be sent to Mercyhurst University in Erie, Pennsylvania. The University has forensic anthropology experts that specialize in outdoor crime scenes with scattered remains.

Robinson's family is offering a $4,000 reward to the person who has information that can help solve the case and bring justice.

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Julia Tullos, WOIO Assignment Manager