NORTH ROYALTON, Ohio --
Drunken driving, Royalton Road
On April 14, police observed a dark Chevrolet van traveling 20 mph in a 35 mph zone on York Road. The van was pulled over on Royalton Road.
The driver, who had her 3-year-old daughter in the car, apologized for traveling slowly. She told the officer she was headed to the police station to bond out her boyfriend.
While talking to the woman, the officer smelled booze. It turned out that she had a suspended license out of Pennsylvania. The driver denied drinking at first; however, she then admitted to having drank two tall Budweiser Ice beers four hours earlier.
After failing a field sobriety test, during which she was shaking and nearly fell over, the woman was arrested for drunken driving.
The boyfriend’s father picked up the little girl from the police station.
Later, the woman also admitted to having drank a bloody Mary. The driver was also cited for child endangering, slow speed and driving with a suspended license.
Stolen car, Ridge Road
On April 15, police were dispatched to Albion Auto to speak to an employee who had reported his Acura stolen from his Ridge Road apartment complex.The man said he had both sets of keys. There are no suspects. Police are investigating.
Dog running loose, Louis Drive
On April 17, police were dispatched to Louis Drive after a resident complained that the neighbor’s dog was on their property and had gotten into the garbage. The man said he took a photo of the dog and the garbage.
The officer recognized the dog from previous similar calls. The canine belonged to another Louis Drive resident. The officer went to the dog owner’s home, where he told the owner he was being cited for dogs running loose.
The owner became very upset and started yelling. He followed the officer back to his car. The man eventually took the citation.
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