Note from neighboring bands with bag of dog excrement: Rocky River Police Blotter
Rocky River, Ohio
At 2:10 a.m. on September 13, an officer arrested a driver for expired license plates. While chatting with the driver, the officer saw an open alcohol container in the center console which was then moved by the passenger. The officer did field sobriety tests and determined that the driver was not impaired. She was cited for an opened container and cautioned for violating the registration.
Dog Problem, River Oaks Drive
At 10:40 p.m. on September 13, a resident of an apartment reported a problem with a neighbor. She told the officer who responded that a note stuck to her apartment door advising her to pick up her dog. Underneath the note was a bag of dried dog feces. She suspects her neighbor, with whom she has problems. The neighbor in question admitted to leaving the ticket and the bag. Criminal charges are reviewed by the prosecutor.
Behavior problems, Wooster Road
At 2:10 p.m. on September 14, a woman reportedly shouted outside her house. Officers determined that drug and mental health issues likely contributed to the erratic behavior, and the woman was taken to hospital for treatment and assessment.
Drunk Driving, Detroit Road
At 11:00 p.m. on September 18, an officer saw a driver swerve and hit the sidewalk near Linda Street, then a second time further down the road. The officer was able to stop the driver on Detroit Road west of the Interstate 90 entrance ramp and noticed signs of alcohol poisoning. The driver was arrested after administering field sobriety tests. He has also had previous convictions over the past 10 years.
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