City of Twinsburg
Receiving stolen property
Missing juvenile also found: A 28-year-old Parma woman was arrested and charged with receiving stolen property April 29 after the license plate on the vehicle she was driving indicated the vehicle was stolen by the Parma Police Department. The vehicle was stopped by officers at an E. Aurora Road gas station after an officer reported the woman made marked lane violations. The woman was transported to Solon jail, and her passenger, a 17-year-old female, was found to be missing out of Ashtabula County. The juvenile female was released to the parents of a 17-year-old male, who also was in the vehicle.
Suspect held without bond: A Warren Parkway man, 38, was arrested and charged with domestic violence May 2 after his girlfriend, who lived with him, called 911. The girlfriend, 29, told dispatch that her boyfriend had been drinking, destroying items in the home and was threatening to kill himself. Officers arrested him and took him to Solon jail. Bond was posted at 10 percent of $10,000, according to court records from the Stow Municipal Court and the man was put on EMHA. A trial date was set for July 3.
Driver with no valid driver's license: A Kent woman, 23, was arrested and charged with speeding, possession of marijuana, possessing drug paraphernalia and driving without a valid license May 4 after officers pulled her over on E. Aurora Road near Dutton Drive at nearly 2 a.m. for speeding. She was reportedly going 53 miles per hour in a 35 miles per hour zone. A check showed the woman had no valid driver's license and had a warrant through the Kent Police Department for disorderly conduct. She was taken into custody, transported to Solon jail, and her vehicle was impounded. The woman was held on 10 percent of a $2,000 bond. During a vehicle search, a small bag with marijuana, a red metal smoking device and a blue grinder with residue were found and seized as evidence.
Threat involved social media post: Police are investigating a threatening social media posting reportedly sent by a Twinsburg High School student to an Aurora High School student regarding drugs, a gun and money. Police were made aware of the situation May 1. Investigating officers were given consent by the Twinsburg youth's mother to search his room. Drug paraphernalia and marijuana were found. The teen was referred to the Summit County Juvenile Court.
Light pole struck: An employee at an Enterprise Parkway business told deputies that sometime between May 3 at 6 p.m. and May 4 at 9 a.m., someone struck a black light pole that was on the tree lawn in front of 8200 Boyle Parkway. The damage estimate is $3,000. There are no suspects at this time.