Teens run light, found with pot, beer: After turning right at a red light in a no-turn zone, a vehicle was pulled over on Route 91 at 4:04 a.m. Feb. 15. During the stop, the officer smelled marijuana coming from inside the vehicle and searched the vehicle and its two occupants, both 19-year-old Twinsburg men. The search uncovered a bag of marijuana, a marijuana cigarette and six cans of beer. The driver was cited with disobeying a traffic control device, seat belt violation, marijuana possession and underage possession of alcohol. The passenger was cited for possession of marijuana. Both were released on the scene and scheduled to appear at Stow Municipal Court Feb. 21.
Driver fails to signal, nets an OVI: A driver was pulled over on Route 82 for changing lanes without signaling at 2:52 a.m. Feb. 9. The driver, a 53-year-old Hudson man, failed field sobriety tests and was taken to Twinsburg Police Department for OVI. The man blew a BAC sample of .189 and was cited for OVI, operating without reasonable control and signal required and released to a family member on a $500 bond. The man was given a court date of Feb. 15 at Stow Municipal Court.
Wallet reported stolen, fraudulent purchases made: Officers were called to a Hadden Road gas station for reports of a stolen wallet at 9:45 p.m. Feb. 13. The victim, a 38-year-old Twinsburg woman, said she had visited the station earlier that evening and realized when she returned home that she had lost her wallet. Before she could return to the gas station, the woman's bank contacted her about suspicious charges and she called police. Police met the woman at the gas station, where security footage was analyzed and proved inconclusive. Police are currently investigating.
Man kicks in wife's door: An Alling Drive resident called police at 4:19 p.m. Feb. 9 to report her estranged husband had kicked in the interior garage door to her house. Upon arrival, officers noticed the man attempting to drive away. Officers spoke to both parties and determined no threats were made or further violence inflicted. The husband left peacefully and both parties were advised to settle the issue in civil court.
Family argument does not escalate: Officers responded to a 911 hang-up call from a Mather's Way residence at 8:38 p.m. Feb. 9. Upon arrival, they determined that a 28-year-old Twinsburg man had gotten into a verbal argument with his father. The father, a 66-year-old Twinsburg man, had called police to have his son removed from the house before hanging up. Both men said no physical violence occurred and no threats of violence were made. The men resolved their dispute before officers left.
Plates swiped from vehicle, no suspects: A 41-year-old Twinsburg woman reported to police Feb. 11 at 7 p.m. that her license plates had been stolen from her vehicle. The woman could not provide police with a day or time frame for the theft. Police are currently investigating and have received no further information from the victim.