Bay Village Police Blotter: October 2nd

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On 09/26/2018, at 06:59 hours, a white jeep passed a stopped school bus on the west end of Lake Road that had its red flashers operating and preparing to pick up children. The bus driver later came to the police station to give a statement. The schools also provided a copy of a video recording of the incident. The registered owner of the vehicle was contacted, advised of the violation and a ticket was issued.

The Bay Village Police would like to remind all motorists to be aware of their surroundings and pay attention to their driving. Please avoid engaging in activities that may cause you to become distracted while driving. The schools are back in session and the children deserve your undivided attention.

 On 09/26/2018, at 01:11 hours, an officer on routine patrol stopped a Kia Forte on Wolf Road, near Columbia Road after observing traffic violations committed by the driver. After speaking to the 28-year old Rocky River resident, the officer had suspicion to believe he had been drinking and should not be driving. Roadside sobriety tests were administered and the driver was subsequently arrested. After processing at the Bay Village Police station, he was released on personal bond to a sober adult.

On 09/24/2018, at 23:32 hours, a couple were in their upstairs bedroom of their home on Bradley Road. The wife heard noises outside and when she looked out the window, she saw two persons attempting to enter vehicles parked in the driveway. When she yelled out that she was calling the police, the perpetrators got into a vehicle and left west bound on Lake Road. Officers responded but were unable to locate the vehicle or suspects.

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