Cleveland, Ohio EMT Lachelle Jordan found; Michael Stennett arrested


Lachelle Jordan, 30, of Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States has two children. She was recently hired by the East Cleveland Fire Department as an emergency medical technician.

Michael Stennett, 65, of Cleveland is a longtime youth baseball coach. In May 2022, he was charged with one count of abduction and two counts of rape.


On January 4, 2023, Stennett stood outside Jordan’s home and refused to leave. Since then, she had filed at least 11 police reports for someone stalking her, violating a protection order and damaging her home. 

Stennett was accused of engaging in a pattern of conduct causing Jordan to believe that he would cause her physical or mental distress as a result of his actions. On January 13, 2023, a protection order was served on him.

Several times in April 2023, Jordan told police she noticed Stennett following her in his personal vehicle while she was working and he would wait outside her home. According to her, a woman, who is his friend, had stalked her and tried to run her off the road.


On April 25, 2023, authorities told Stennett that he would be placed in jail or on global positioning system monitoring if did not comply with the no-contact order. On May 4, 2023, Jordan noticed him watching her from his vehicle when she left her home.

At around 6:00 a.m. May 6, 2023, shots were fired at a window in the home Jordan and her twin sister Rachelle Jordan occupy together. In the evening, Lachelle disappeared after going to her car that was parked on the street in Glenville, Cleveland.

On May 8, 2023, Lachelle was supposed to attend a pretrial hearing in the rape case involving Stennett. That day, he was charged with one felony count each of menacing by stalking and violating a protection order while committing a felony while she was still missing.


On May 9, 2023, Stennett was arrested and booked into the Cuyahoga County Jail in Cleveland on $100,000 bond. At around 10:35 p.m. on May 11, 2023, Lachelle slowly limped into the Open Pantry convenience store in Collinwood, Cleveland.

Barefooted and wearing ripped clothes, Lachelle told the store counter she escaped kidnappers who tried to burn her alive. She called 911 and was later conveyed to the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland for medical treatment.

Lachelle’s father Joseph Jordan told 19 News that she is talking with investigators about her case. She is being checked out at the hospital.

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