Equipment goes missing: Deputies responded to a Marwyck Drive home for a report of theft June 7 around 9 a.m. A resident told the deputy a log splitter had been taken from his yard. The log splitter is valued at $1,250. An investigation is pending.
Items missing from garage: A deputy responded to a Crestwood Lane residence for a report of theft June 16 around 9 p.m. A resident told the deputy someone entered his garage and took a leaf blower and electric saw, with a total value of $600. According to the report the theft occurred between 9 a.m. June 14 and 9 p.m. June 16. An investigation is pending.
Shoplifting leads to arrest: A deputy responded to a Golden Link store May 31 around 4:30 p.m. for a report of theft. Store staff told police a man had taken several grocery items with a total value of around $400 and left the store without paying for them. The deputy stopped the 25-year-old Medina man as he was running from the store. The deputy cited the man for theft and turned him over to the Strongsville Police Department for an outstanding warrant.
Theft leads to three felony arrests: A deputy responded to a Golden Link store for a report of theft May 31 around 3 p.m. Store loss prevention told the deputy a man selected four Playstations and a game, valued at $1,000, and left through a side door without paying for the items. Loss prevention also told police the man got into a waiting vehicle with another man driving the vehicle and a third male passenger. Deputies stopped the vehicle and found two of the men were showing signs of a drug overdose. The driver, a 50-year-old Cleveland man, was taken to Summit County Jail. The 32-year-old Norwalk man who selected the merchandise, and the passenger, a 38-year-old Cleveland man, were taken to Cleveland Clinic in Twinsburg. Following treatment the men were also taken to Summit County Jail. All three men were charged with fifth-degree felony theft.
Suspicious vehicle leads to felony drug arrest: Police responded to the Rocksino June 5 around 3 a.m. for a suspicious vehicle in the north parking lot circling a disabled vehicle. Upon further investigation police found a 47-year-old Twinsburg woman to have 0.7 grams of cocaine, 1.5 grams of marijuana, a glass pipe with brown residue and other paraphernalia in her possession. Police took the woman to Summit County Jail and charged her with fifth-degree felony possession of drugs, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Overdose leads to arrest: Police responded to the parking lot of Summit Plaza for a report of a suspected overdose June 5 around 2 p.m. Police found a 53-year-old Broadview Heights man in the rear passenger seat of a vehicle with slow gasping breaths. Police administered nalaxone and the Northfield Village Fire Department arrived shortly after and proceeded to evaluate the man, who was coherent when they took him to Bedford Medical Center. According to the report, police found a bag of off-white powder with total weight of 16.7 grams. No further information was available on the man.
Trespass leads to drug citation: Police responded to the Rocksino for a report of a man trespassing June 9 around 3 p.m. Security told police the man was on a lifetime ban from the facility for taking vouchers that did not belong to him and they had multiple reports advising him not to return. Police searched the 40-year-old Stow man and found a small pipe with burnt marijuana residue. Police cited the man for criminal trespass and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police then turned him over to Oakwood Police on a warrant.
Man charged after kicking a woman's car: A woman called police and told them a man kicked her car while she was at a Route 8 gas station June 13 around 3 p.m. Police responded to the gas station, where workers told them there had been a verbal exchange between the woman and the man. Upon review of security footage and statements taken police contacted the man, a 28-year-old Bedford resident, and asked him to come to the station to speak with officers. The man arrived at Northfield Village police station, where he was charged with criminal mischief.