city of twinsburg
Identity: A Demi Drive woman reported Sept. 17 her personal information was hacked.
Fraud: A 70-year-old Darrow Park Drive woman reported Sept. 22 she was contacted by someone who told her she had been awarded a grant of $25,000. She was instructed to wire $359.50 for fees to receive the money, but did not receive the money. When she was asked to wire an additional $310 for delivery costs, she realized it was a scam.
Overdose: Police responded to a suspected heroin overdose at a home in the 1100 block of Waldo Way Sept. 20. Officers administered several doses of Narcan, and medics transported the man to a local hospital. Police found suspected heroin and drug paraphernalia near the man. No charges were filed.
No license: A 27-year-old Hawkins Lane man was charged Sept. 19 with driving with a suspended license, having a loud exhaust and providing false information to a police officer. During a traffic stop on state Route 91 just before 1 a.m., police discovered the man's license was suspended. Police said the man lied about his identity.
Drunk driving: A 35-year-old Streetsboro man was charged Sept. 21 with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol. About 11 a.m., the man hit the rear of a semi truck, causing his pickup to go off the road and into the woods on Interstate 480. He was evaluated for injuries at the Cleveland Clinic Twinsburg Family Health and Surgery Center.
Domestic violence: A 24-year-old Cambridge Street woman was charged Sept. 13 with domestic violence and criminal damaging. She was accused of punching and scratching her 20-year-old boyfriend and damaging his phone during an argument about her boyfriend viewing pornography.