Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by local law enforcement agencies. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.

— Twinsburg —

Assault

Dispute leads to EMS call: Police were called to a Vail Drive business because of a dispute between female employees. Responding officers were told one of the women involved was terminated from her position, and when she left the premises, she damaged the vehicle belonging to the other woman, a 29-year-old Parma resident. The Parma woman said she was assaulted by the woman accused of damaging her vehicle. EMS was contacted after the Parma woman said she was pregnant and complained of pain due to the altercation. The case is under investigation.

Disorderly conduct

Too much wine leads to arrest: A Solon woman, 49, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and criminal trespass Jan. 22 after she was found slumped over a table of a Darrow Road business. Responding officers and EMS personnel were called at around 4 p.m., and they found the woman was highly intoxicated. Officers found an empty bottle of wine in the trash, which the manager confirmed they did not sell. The woman became disorderly with officers and asked to leave, which she refused to do. She was arrested and taken to Solon Jail. Her 10 percent of $2,500 bond was posted, and she pleaded not guilty Jan. 31 in her arraignment in the Stow Municipal Court. A pretrial is scheduled for Feb. 20 in the Stow Municipal Court before Judge Kim Hoover.

Endangering children

Two children taken into custody: A Reminderville woman, 40, was arrested and charged Jan. 24 with OVI, OVI refusal and Endangering Children after an employee at a Darrow Road business called police to report that she looked drunk while at the establishment's drive-through window. The employee told responding officers the woman, who had two children in the car with her, could not keep her eyes open and almost passed out. Officers conducted field sobriety tests on the woman, and she was arrested and transported to the Twinsburg Police Department jail, where she refused to provide a breath sample. She pleaded not guilty during her Jan. 28 arraignment, her bond, 10 percent of $2,500, was posted. A pretrial has been scheduled for March 12 before Judge Lisa Coates. The two children, a 10-year-old girl and a 9-year-old girl, also were transported to the police department, and placed in the custody of their father.

Shoplifting

Woman charged with theft found to have multiple warrants: A Bedford woman, 31, was arrested and charged Jan. 25 for theft after she was reportedly seen concealing items from an Aurora Road gas station in her purse. Responding officers found the woman was wanted on four warrants from other police agencies. Police also arrested a Valley City man, 26, for possession of drug abuse instruments. Found were multiple used hypodermic syringes in a green book bag, and a black bag with multiple stolen Ohio Direction cards.