Father custodian of children jailed for violating protection order: orange police blotter
Violation of temporary protection order, warrant served: Orange Place
Police were first called about a disruption at the Extended Stay South Motel at around 10:45 a.m. on July 7, then learned from the caller that they believed her boyfriend was drinking in his room while keeping their phone. one month old baby.
Officers arrived and found the baby in his father’s arms and well cared for. The father invited the police to enter.
The mother, a 27-year-old Springfield, Ohio woman, returned from Jack Thistledown Racino and told police she wanted Garden City, Idaho, a 28-year-old man, to go. Officers then found a temporary protection order she had filed against him earlier in Streetsboro, where he also had a warrant. He was taken to the Geauga County Jail.
Flight: Orange Place
A Cleveland woman, 36, reported on the afternoon of July 10 that she returned to her room at the Extended Stay South Motel and found her door open and $ 400 in cash missing on the counter from the bathroom.
Police noted that the suite door does not lock and could be opened without a key card. The woman, who did not have housekeeping services included with her stay, said she informed management of the door problem in April.
The police asked him to move it to another room because the door was faulty. Staff said they should contact company officials, adding that there were no security cameras in the hallway where the theft was reported.
Personal Well-Being, Seat Belt Law, Red Light Violation, Drunk Driving: Chagrin Boulevard
An officer checked a 2015 Nissan stopped in the street at a traffic light just across the border in Woodmere at 2:30 p.m. on July 6. Traffic was passing the driver, who had her eyes closed and her head back.
When the cruiser pulled up behind her with the hazard lights on, the Cleveland woman, 31, turned on the red light, but stopped shortly, explaining that she was following her friend and that she was on the phone.
On the second approach, the officer noticed a slight odor of alcohol and other signs of impairment, resulting in a breathalyzer reading of 0.179 BAC, more than double the legal limit of 0.08.
The driver was treated at Bedford Prison and handed over to a sober 29-year-old sister.
Speeding, drunk driving: Orange Place
A Beachwood woman, 27, was pulled over in her 2020 Volkswagen at around 11:45 p.m. on July 9, initially for driving 40 mph in a 25 mph zone. During the stop, police smelled alcohol, which they attributed to two double shots of bourbon at a Pinecrest restaurant.
Police found a vape pen in one of his pockets. She claimed to have a prescription for medical marijuana to calm anxiety. She added that she also suffered from asthma, with doctors later treating her at Bedford Heights Prison for a panic attack.
She recorded a blood alcohol level of 0.146 on the breathalyzer, above the legal limit of 0.08. She was released on personal bail and was brought home as a courtesy, where she was handed over to a family member.
Money Order Served: Lander Road
Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Deputies reported at around 10:40 a.m. on July 6 that they had a Cleveland woman, 20, in custody and showing an Orange warrant for failure to appear on threatening driving misdemeanor charges and messy.
Police custody was transferred and she was taken to Geauga County Jail, due to the fact that Bedford Heights was not taking prisoners at the time.
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