Akron police arrested a woman Thursday and are still looking for a man, both of whom are suspects in the assault of two people in East Akron Wednesday.
The incident happened about 11 p.m. near South Arlington Street and Jenkins Boulevard.
When officers arrived, they found a 41-year-old man sprawled in the middle of the road with visible injuries. His 38-year-old girlfriend, who was also hurt, was nearby.
Witnesses told police a black, 2008 Saturn hit the man. Then a man and woman emerged from the Saturn and attacked the injured man and his girlfriend. The couple then fled in the Saturn.
The injured man, who was hit in the head with a chunk of asphalt, and his girlfriend were expected to survive, police said.
Police signed warrants for the arrest of Crystal L. Moss, 32, and Thomas Mendenhall, age unknown. According to the Akron Police Department's Facebook page, Moss was found and arrested.
Officers said an argument earlier in the day between Moss and the injured man preceded the attack.