Physical Control, Aurora Road: September 15th 2:33 a.m. An officer noticed a female asleep in a car in the parking lot of what was formerly Liberty Ford, 32811 Aurora Road, and approached to investigate. The vehicle was running and there was a female in the driver’s seat sleeping. Officers were able to remove the keys from the ignition and wake the driver Tonya Bryant, 49, of Warrensville Heights. Bryant thought she was in Bedford, and the officers detected a strong odor of alcohol when speaking with her; field sobriety tests also indicated impairment and she was arrested and taken to jail where she submitted to a breath test with a result of .178. Bryant is charged with Physical Control and Physical Control with a Prohibited BAC.
OVI, Cochran Road: September 15th 3:13 p.m. Tracy Burton, 53 of Cleveland, was stopped for driving while under suspension. The officer could detect a strong odor of alcohol when speaking with Burton, and his eyes were bloodshot and glassy. Field sobriety tests also indicated that he was impaired and Burton was arrested and taken to jail where he refused to submit to a breath test. Burton is charged with OVI, Driving under Suspension, and Failure to Wear a Seatbelt.
Disorderly Conduct, Market District: September 15th 7:27 p.m. Officers responded to the bar area of Market District, 34310 Aurora Road, for an intoxicated male causing a disturbance. Officers arrived to find John McBride, 53, of Solon unable to stand, slurring his speech and emanating a strong odor of alcohol. McBride was unable to care for himself and had no one able respond to care for him; he was arrested and taken to jail where he was charged with Disorderly Conduct.
Theft, Market District: September 17th 2:31 p.m. Officers responded to Market District, 34310 Aurora Road, where the store manage reported a male that had exited the curbside pickup doors with merchandise that was not paid for. The male was confronted in the parking lot and stated that his wife was still in the store as he placed the merchandise in silver Toyota Corolla driven by another male. The manager was able to get a license plate; the value of the stolen merchandise is in excess of $400.00. The detective bureau will follow up on the theft.
Improper Transport a Firearm, Solon Road: September 17th 2:12 p.m. An officer stopped a vehicle for a window tint violation and failed to notify the officer of his loaded weapon located in the center console of his vehicle. Dominic Anderson, 26 of Willoughby Hills, was issued a misdemeanor citation for Improper Transport of a Firearm and his permit was seized.
Attempted Theft, 7 Eleven: September 18th 3:17 a.m. Officers responded to a theft in progress at 7 Eleven, 34050 Aurora Road, reported by the clerk. Upon arriving officers observed several cans of Red Bull drink and two cardboard boxes lying on the ground in the front parking lot. The clerk stated that the suspect, a white male approximately 40 years old, had entered the store and picked up two cases of Red Bull, asking the clerk to “price” them. When given the price the male implied he could not afford them and pretended to take them back to the shelf, but instead ran out of the door with them. While running through the parking lot the male’s pants fell down, causing him to drop the cases of Red Bull. He was last seen running north across Aurora Road. The detective bureau will review the case.
Domestic Violence, Timberlane Drive: September 18th 5:30 p.m. Officers responded to a reported domestic in a vehicle on Timberlane Drive; upon arriving they learned that the victim, a 22 year old female from Solon, had been a passenger in a vehicle driven by her 20 year old brother when an argument ensued and her brother punched her in the face. This was witnessed by the mother who was in the back seat. Officers located the brother at his place of employment in Chagrin Falls and placed him under arrest for Domestic Violence. Later that night, at 2:59 a.m. on September 19th, officers responded to Market District, 34310 Aurora Road, where the mother from the previous domestic was reporting that her daughter, the victim in the earlier domestic, had assaulted her repeatedly at their Arthur Road home and in the car on the way to Market District as the victim tried to drive. She eventually dropped the daughter off at Portz Parkway before continuing to Market District to alert police. The daughter was located in the area of Get Go and arrested for Domestic Violence.
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