City of Twinsburg OVI
Crash at gas station: A 27-year-old Charlotte, N.C., man was arrested for OVI after police were called to a Hadden Road gas station about a single vehicle crash. The vehicle, driven by the North Carolina man, drove off of the road on Hadden, down a hill, through the parking lot of the gas station and stopped just before entering Route 82. He was taken to Solon jail, where he registered a BAC of .092 percent. He later posted a $1,000 bond, and his case was sent to the Stow Municipal Court, where he pleaded not guilty plea. His case is scheduled for trial before Judge Kim Hoover April 6.
Driver, passenger taken into custody: A 44-year-old Northfield man was arrested for OVI after police were called to a Chamberlin Road residence about a suspicious vehicle in a resident's driveway. The vehicle soon left the area and headed north toward Ravenna Road. Responding officers found the vehicle and stopped it for a weaving violation. The Northfield man performed poorly on field sobriety tests and registered a .139 BAC. The passenger, a 47-year-old Twinsburg woman, was found to have an outstanding warrant with the Twinsburg Police Department. The two also were cited for open container in a vehicle. They were taken to Solon Jail where they were held on bond. They were arraigned by video from Solon Jail at Stow Municipal Court.
Panhandling leads to other charges: A 35-year-old Streetsboro man was arrested and charged with possessing amphetamines, narcotics equipment and drug paraphernalia Feb. 17. Police responded to an East Aurora gas station after a customer called saying there was a man in a car in the parking lot asking to use another customer's loyalty card. The man was found outside his vehicle near Twinsburg Township Square, where the man admitted to panhandling. The department's K9 was deployed to walk around the vehicle, and the KP gave a positive alert. A search revealed suspected methamphetamine, a syringe and a glass smoking device. The male was arrested and taken to Solon Jail.
Online transaction phony: A Haverhill Road resident contacted the Twinsburg Police Department Feb. 18 to report that she paid $2,800 for a vehicle online. She later discovered that the vehicle never existed. The case is under investigation.
Drunk and disorderly
Attempted break-in: A 50-year-old Aurora man was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct Feb. 19 after a Demi Drive resident reported that the man, her ex-boyfriend, was attempting to break into her house. Officers found the man at the garage door of the residence. He had blood on his hands and shirt, according to responding officers, who also reported seeing blood in the garage and around the exterior of the residence. Damage also was seen on the resident's vehicle, which was in the garage. Officers reported that the man was visibly intoxicated and belligerent. The resident declined to sign burglary charges against the Aurora man. Officers transported the man to Solon Jail, where he was held on 10 percent of a $2,500 bond.
Fight at bar: Police were called Feb. 19 at 9:11 p.m. to a Ravenna Road bar in response to a fight. A 57-year-old Twinsburg man called a 33-year-old man a name, and the 33-year-old shoved him off the bar stool to the ground and started wrestling him. The 57-year-old Twinsburg man was transported to an area hospital with a report of a sore neck and back. The 33-year-old Twinsburg resident was cited on Feb. 22 with a minor misdemeanor for disorderly conduct after he came to the station to turn himself in.
Belligerent behavior gets both parties arrested: Two people at a Ray Court address were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct Feb. 24. The two, a 36-year-old man and a 31-year-old woman, were involved in a domestic dispute, according to the responding deputies. Both the man and woman were found in the parking lot area, highly intoxicated. They reportedly screamed obscenities at the responding deputies and refused to comply with the officers' orders to cease their behavior. The man was transported to the Summit County Jail, and the woman was issued a summons to appear at the Stow Municipal Court, and was released.