Twinsburg-Twinsburg Township police reports

Staff Writer
Kent Weeklies

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

— Twinsburg Township —


Car stolen from towing lot: The owner of an East Highland Road towing business reported June 26 that someone stole a 2020 model car of unspecified value from the business’ lot sometime after the car had been towed there. The vehicle had been brought to the business following a crash in Hudson on June 20. The owner said the theft likely took place during daytime business hours when the lot’s gate was open. The car, which had been unlocked with the keys in it, belongs to a Beachwood man, the sheriff’s office said. There were no suspects.


Females exposed themselves: A Ray Court man reported that two unidentified females walked up to a security camera outside his home, pulled their pants down and exposed their buttocks to the camera at about 7 p.m. June 23. The sheriff’s office said it was unable to find the females.

Man was contractor: After a woman reported she drove into the driveway of her new home on Old Mill Road during the evening June 18 and saw a man she did not recognize there, the sheriff’s office said. It was determined the man is a contractor hired to work at the home.

— Twinsburg —

Operating a vehicle

under the influence

Man found in stopped vehicle: Police said they charged a 52-year-old Independence man on June 13 with operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, prohibited blood alcohol content, and stopping vehicle in roadway after a passerby reported the man’s vehicle was stopped on Route 82 near Route 91. According to the report, the man appeared to be asleep in the driver’s seat at around 12:50 a.m. Police said the man’s BAC measured at 0.247 percent, more than three times the legal limit. The man was given a Stow Municipal Court date and released on a personal bond.