Man resists officers, is subdued by Taser: A woman, 31, of Twinsburg was hospitalized and her brother was charged with felonious assault after police say the two began fighting just before midnight Jan. 14 in Massara's Plaza.
Police who were patrolling the plaza around 11:53 p.m. found the woman, the sister of Robert Reilly, 33, of Twinsburg, lying on the ground with Reilly standing over her. When police approached Reilly, he initially tried to walk away from officers, then stopped and allegedly assumed a fighting stance. Police subdued Reilly with a Taser and charged him with felonious assault, resisting arrest and drug paraphernalia. The victim was conscious but unresponsive and later told paramedics her brother had hit her and slammed her head into the ground.
Both Reilly and the female victim were taken to the Cleveland Clinic in Twinsburg for treatment. The woman was treated and released, while Reilly was treated and then taken to Solon Jail for arraignment at Stow Municipal Court Jan. 15. Reilly was given a preliminary hearing date of Jan. 24 at Stow Municipal Court.
POSSESSION of heroin, marijuana
Heroin, marijuana found in idling car: Police investigated a car parked at the Cleveland Clinic on Darrow Road at 10:54 p.m. Jan. 14 and found two occupants, a 24-year-old Hudson woman and a 26-year-old Hudson man, asleep inside. Police woke the occupants and found them in possession of heroin and marijuana after the female occupant admitted to having snorted heroin. Both suspects were charged with heroin and marijuana possession and the male was also charged with driving under the influence of drugs. Both suspects were taken to Solon Jail for video arraignment.
Driving without a license
Speeding driver found to be possible illegal immigrant: A driver was pulled over for speeding on Interstate 480 at 11:14 Jan. 16. Officers reported that the female driver had no valid driver's license and, after checking with the Immigration and Naturalization Service, found no record of her entering the country legally. The driver was charged with driving without a valid license, giving false information to a police officer (regarding her age and insurance information), speeding and wrongful entrustment. She was taken to Solon Jail, and is currently awaiting notification from INS officials.
Laptop stolen from restaurant, employee arrested: Police were called at 1:40 p.m. Jan. 17 about a laptop computer that had been reported stolen from a Darrow Road restaurant. After reviewing security footage, police identified two suspects. One suspect, an employee of the restaurant, a 41-year-old woman from Streetsboro, was arrested on a theft charge and taken to Solon Jail for video arraignment. A warrant was issued for the other suspect, a male. The stolen computer, worth about $1,000, was later located in a nearby park and returned to its owner when the female suspect tipped police off to its location.