Vehicle damaged: A Macedonia man told police Jan. 9 that, while he was at work on Jan. 6 at a Wilcox Drive business, someone put deep scratch marks into his vehicle sometime between 4 and 7:30 p.m. Marks were found on the driver's side front door, driver's side front quarter panel and the driver's side window. Damage is estimated at $1,000. The man said he thought the damage was done by another employee. The case is under investigation; no charges have been filed as of press time.
Injuries reported: One person was taken to an area hospital after a Jan. 11 vehicle crash on Hadden Road. The driver of one vehicle, an Erie, Penn. man, said he was southbound on Hadden Road, negotiating an uphill curve. He said the second vehicle, driven by a Munroe Falls woman, heading north, went over the double yellow line and struck the driver's side of his vehicle. The Munroe Falls woman said she lost control of her vehicle as she was negotiating a downward curve, and she struck the vehicle the Pennsylvania man was driving. Both vehicles were towed from the scene by D&L Towing. The Pennsylvania man was taken to the Cleveland Clinic by the Twinsburg Fire Department. The Munroe Falls woman declined treatment. She was cited for failure to control.
Break-in at apartment: A Ray Court woman reported that she received a call Jan. 12 from another Ray Court woman, who is in the hospital. The hospitalized woman said her apartment had been burglarized, and a $500 black flat screen television had been stolen. The hospitalized woman had another tenant watching her apartment. Responding deputies found both doors were locked, and there were no signs of forced entry. The case is still under investigation.
Both people injured: A 27-year-old Akron man was arrested and charged Jan.10 with domestic violence after a Twinsburg Township woman reported he struck her several times and threw her to the floor. The Akron man had fled the scene on foot, but the responding sheriff's deputy found him. The victim had a swollen left eye and a bleeding scratch on her left arm. Both the Akron man and Twinsburg Township woman were treated at the scene by the Twinsburg Fire Department. The Akron man was transported to the Summit County Jail.
Four departments responded: Twinsburg, Macedonia, Streetsboro and Hudson Fire Departments responded to a report of a fire at a Highland Road business on Jan. 13 at 8 a.m. An employee was filling a hopper with dry chemicals in a machine, and static electricity ignited a small fire. The employee contacted the fire department. The fire was reportedly contained to the machine and a skid. The employee was evaluated on the scene, but he declined treatment. There were no other injuries reported, and no damage to the structure was reported.