Trailer stolen: A representative from a Midway Drive business called Twinsburg police Jan. 13 to report that someone stole a trailer valued at $1,000 off of the businesses property. The theft is believed to have occurred between Jan. 12 at 5:10 p.m. and Jan. 13 at 1:19 p.m. The case is under investigation.
Multiple violations: An officer conducting a random registration check on Jan. 14 while on Ravenna Road discovered that the driver's license had expired Jan. 1. The officer stopped the vehicle on Route 82, near Herrick Road. The officer reported the temporary tag had been altered to read that it expired Jan. 21. The driver, a 30-year-old Cleveland woman, was not the owner of the vehicle and only had a temporary driving permit. The vehicle was towed and the plate seized as evidence. The Cleveland woman was cited for fictitious plates and a temporary permit violation. The Cleveland woman and her passenger were taken to the police station to arrange for a ride.
Man passed out in vehicle: The Twinsburg Police Department received a call Jan. 15 from a private ambulance driver who reported seeing a man passed out in the driver's side of his vehicle at the green light exiting Interstate 480 eastbound at Route 82. Responding officers later stopped the vehicle in front of a Ravenna Road business. The driver, a 38-year-old Cleveland man, was reportedly under the influence of alcohol and had a suspended license. Officers also discovered that the Cleveland man had a stolen license plate registration sticker. The man was taken to the Solon Jail and charged with OVI, BAC, DUS, fictitious plates, weaving and receiving stolen property. Police confiscated Ohio license plates with a stolen registry. He was scheduled to be arraigned through Stow Municipal Court Jan. 17. The vehicle was impounded, and the plates and sticker placed into evidence.
Four vehicles involved: No injuries were reported following a Jan. 17 vehicle accident in the 8000 block of Darrow Road, near a construction zone. The accident occurred just after 9 a.m., with all four cars heading north. The driver of the first car, a Macedonia man, said he stopped for construction traffic, which had closed the lane ahead. The Macedonia driver said he was struck in the rear by a vehicle owned by a Twinsburg business, driven by a Cleveland Heights man. The Cleveland Heights man said he was behind the vehicle driven by the Macedonia man when the rear of his vehicle was struck by a vehicle driven by an Aurora man, and his vehicle was then pushed into the rear of the car driven by the Macedonia man. The Aurora man said a rental vehicle driven by a Michigan man struck the rear of his vehicle and pushed him into the rear of the vehicle of the Cleveland Heights man. The Michigan driver said he saw traffic was stopped ahead, and tried to slow down but could not stop in time and struck the Aurora man's vehicle, which caused it to strike the vehicle driven by the Cleveland Heights man, which caused it to strike the vehicle driven by the Macedonia man. The Aurora man's vehicle was towed from the scene. The Michigan man was cited for assured clear distance.
Boyfriend tried to re-enter residence: Twinsburg police officers stopped at a Ravenna Road residence Jan. 22 after a woman called to say her boyfriend was trying to get into her apartment through her bedroom window. The officers talked with both parties, and the man agreed to leave the residence and not return that night. No charges were filed.