The following incidents were reported by the from April 8 to 12. The information was compiled from police reports.
A request for help ends up leading to a charge of public intoxication
An employee at called police a little after 8 p.m. on April 12. The employee said a woman had just been in the salon and was acting strangely—she told the employee that there was a woman outside who needed help, but there was no one in sight. The woman then left on foot.
Police soon found her lying in a tree lawn along Whitewood Road, where a neighbor was trying to help her up. Police could smell alcohol. The 41-year-old Brecksville woman was taken back to the station and charged with public intoxication.
Speeding leads to drug charge for a passenger
Police pulled over a car on Highland Drive for speeding at 12:47 a.m. on April 8. The driver, a 20-year-old Brecksville man, told police he was taking his friends home. Police ran all of their information, finding that one of the passengers—a 19-year-old Brecksville man—had a number of drug-related charges in his past. They searched the car, finding a small bag with marijuana residue near the 19-year-old’s seat. He said it was his and was charged with possession of marijuana. The driver was cited for speeding.
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