Solon Police Blotter: Solon High Scammed

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Offense: Improperly Handling a Firearm in a Motor Vehicle

Date: October 10, 2019

Time: 9:20 AM

Location: US 422 @ SR 91

Arrested: Robert Johnson 31 from Cleveland

Charges: Improperly Handling a Firearm in a MV/Speed/No Driver’s License/Warrant for other agency

A Solon Police Officer stopped a vehicle on US 422 @ SR 91 for a speeding violation (82 MPH in a 60 MPH Zone). The driver of the vehicle advised the officer that his license was under suspension for failure to pay child support. The officer reported that the interior smelled of marijuana and the driver stated that he had smoked earlier in the car. The driver was arrested and during the process he advised the officers that there was a gun under the front seat. A search of the interior uncovered a loaded 9 mm pistol. The driver was also found to have outstanding warrants from another jurisdiction.

Offense: Theft

Date: October 10, 2019

Time: 10:48 AM

Location: 33600 Inwood

Solon Police were dispatched to the Solon High School to investigate a theft. Investigating officers were told by a school representative that the school had contracted with a company (Ticket Roar) to conduct ticket sales and merchandise sales on line and deposit the money by ACH by to the schools minus a fee. On 2 dates in August 2019 the drama club held events in which Ticket Roar sold the tickets for the event. To this date the money owed has not been transferred back to the school. Also, football tickets and season passes were sold in this manner during the summer of 2019 and the school has not received payment. The school contacted Ticket Roar and learned that they no longer support ticket sales and attempts to contact the parent company, Home Team Marketing have met with negative results. The school is owed in excess of $12,000.00. The Solon Detective Bureau is investigating the case.

Offense: OVI/BAC/Suspended License/Marked Lanes

Date: October 15, 2019

Time: 1:11 AM

Location: US 422 eastbound

Arrested: Sean Miller 36 from New Franklin, Ohio

Charges: Marked Lanes/OVI/Prohibited BAC/Driving with a suspended License

A Solon Police Officer on patrol on US 422 witnessed a vehicle also travelling on US 422 as it travelled outside of its travel lane on 3 occasions. The vehicle continued along US 422 weaving within the lane of travel. The officer activated the emergency lights of the patrol car but the vehicle did not respond immediately and slowed but continued driving on the berm. Eventually the vehicle did come to a stop. As the officer spoke with the driver he detected a strong odor of mouthwash. The driver had difficulty locating his driver’s license and other required paperwork. The driver admitted to the officer that he did not have insurance and produced an Ohio ID card. When asked, the driver denied consuming any alcohol. A series of field tests were conducted which indicated impairment. After being arrested and transported to the Solon Correction Facility, the driver submitted to a breath test resulting in a .175 BAC.

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