Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by local law enforcement agencies. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.
— Twinsburg —
Business owner pulled gun: Police said that after they responded to a report of a disturbance involving three men at a Ravenna Road pizza restaurant at a little before 8 p.m. May 2, they determined the restaurant owner had pulled out a gun after a pit bull with the men had gotten loose in the restaurant. According to a police report, the dog did not try to attack anyone and no shots were fired. The restaurant owner’s wife reported one of the men had harassed her and then her husband confronted the men.
Police said that when they arrived, all of the involved parties were in the parking lot in front of the restaurant and the dog was under control.
Police said a Cambridge Drive man, 32, admitted the dog had gotten loose while he was holding the leash, but it was an accident and the dog is friendly. Police said he had slurred speech, his eyes were red and glossy and there was strong odor of alcohol coming from his breath. He was cited with disorderly conduct while intoxicated. A Chagrin Falls man, 29, was cited with open container and a second Chagrin Falls man, 25, was cited with drug paraphernalia possession after he was found in possession of a smoking device containing residue while police searched him for weapons.
Police said the owner had a concealed carry permit for the gun. The owner said the men had paid for their food and he just wanted them to leave and not return.
Man came to woman’s home: A 33-year-old Fairlawn man was charged with first-degree misdemeanor violating a protection order after a Twinsburg woman reported he came to her home late in the evening may 2. The man was taken to Solon City Jail.
Trailer stolen from home: Police said they responded to a report April 30 of the theft of an approximately $1,200 trailer from where it was parked outside a Ravenna Road home during an unspecified time period. Police said there was a pending investigation.
— Twinsburg Township —
Vehicle seen outside apartment: The sheriff’s office said that after it responded to a report of a vehicle parked at a Ray Court apartment complex with people entering and exiting the apartment late in the evening May 4, a deputy determined that a man and two women he found in the vehicle were staying at the apartment.