Speeding vehicle leads police to open containers and a club: Parma Heights Police Blotter

PARMA HEIGHTS, Ohio

Open containers, Denison Boulevard: On Sept. 20, police observed a speeding vehicle on Denison Boulevard.

The driver was cited for speeding and a weapons charge for having a wooden club inside of the vehicle. Also, three passengers were cited for open containers of alcohol

Drunken driving, Sherborn Road: On Sept. 19, police observed a speeding vehicle on Sherborn Road.

While talking to the driver, who had a suspended license, the officer smelled booze. After failing a field sobriety test, the Cleveland resident was arrested for drunken driving.

The man was cited for speeding and driving with a suspended license. Also, it turned out an underage passenger was also intoxicated.

The Cleveland juvenile was charged with underage prohibitions (alcohol) and also obstructing official business based on his actions at the scene.

Drunken driving, Greenbriar Drive: On Sept. 19, police located a vehicle that had been reportedly involved in a reckless operation incident in Parma.

While talking to the driver, the officer smelled alcohol. After failing a field sobriety test, the man was arrested for drunken driving. He was also cited for reckless operation.

Drunken driving, Pearl Road: On Sept. 20, police were dispatched to a Pearl Road dance club regarding a minor car crash and subsequent verbal argument.

An arriving officer located the responsible party, who smelled like booze.

After failing a field sobriety test, the Gates Mills woman was arrested for drunken driving.

Shoplifting, York Road; On Sept. 21, police were dispatched to the York Road store after an employee observed a shopper stealing merchandise.

An arriving officer arrested the Bedford shoplifter, who it turned out had warrants. She was arrested and held for transport.

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