City of Twinsburg
Protection order: Police were called to a Ravenna Road residence Dec. 17 at 7:31 p.m. for a report of theft. Responding officers say an intoxicated suspect was seen leaving the residence and was detained. The female homeowner, who knew the suspect, stated that threats were made and that $50 was taken from her purse. Charges for theft and domestic violence were signed by the victim, as was a temporary protection order. The suspect was arrested for theft and taken to Solon jail.
Money taken for automobile: A Cynthia Drive resident reported Dec. 24 that someone took an undisclosed amount of cash and a check from his wallet, which was in his unlocked vehicle parked in his driveway. The theft occurred sometime over the past few days. The case remains under investigation.
Employee accused: An employee at a Creekside Drive business was arrested and charged with theft Dec. 26 after he reportedly confessed to stealing $653 in cash and various products over a period of about a month, including drinks and food, from the establishment. The suspect, an 18-year-old Sharonbrook Drive resident, was arrested and taken to Solon jail on 10 percent of a $2,500 bond.
Drank, tried to drive: Officers were called to a Creekside Drive restaurant Dec. 20 around 8:14 p.m. for a report of a drunk man who was allegedly attempting to get in his vehicle and drive away. Police took the man, 31, who lives in Sandusky, into custody for public intoxication after he declined to follow police advice. The man was taken to Solon jail and held on 10 percent of a $2,000 bond. He appeared in Stow Municipal Court Dec. 27 where he pleaded not guilty to the charge.
Unauthorized vehicle entry leads to arrest: A Darrow Park Drive resident called Twinsburg police around 12:30 a.m. Dec. 21 and said she saw a man in a black hood enter her unlocked vehicle. Responding officers reported seeing two males walking around the parking lot, both wearing dark clothing. One man, a 23-year-old Akron resident, was found to have an active warrant out of Cuyahoga Falls for failure to appear on a traffic offense. Police took the Akron man to a Macedonia business, where he was turned over to Cuyahoga Falls Police. The other man was taken to a Darrow Road gas station and released. Another resident on Darrow Park Drive later called police to report that an undisclosed amount of change had been taken from her bag, which had been in her car. According to police, further charges are pending in connection with these cases.
Breaking and entering
Forced entry reported: Twinsburg police officers responded to an alarm at a Ravenna Road business Dec. 29 at 3:23 a.m. and found fresh footprints around the back of the business. Police discovered that someone gained entry at the rear of the businessa and took an undisclosed number of instant lottery tickets. Later that day, a 26-year-old Heritage Drive resident was arrested and charged with breaking and entering. According to police, the suspect tried to cash the lottery tickets at a Kent establishment, and detectives were contacted. He was transported to the Solon Jail.