Impaired Driver, Sleepy Hole Street
Police responded to a trespassing name at 10:20 p.m. Jan. 23 and positioned the suspect on Josephine Boulevard close to Sleepy Hole Street. The suspect was pulled over and failed area sobriety assessments. He later registered a 0.323 p.c blood alcohol degree on a breath take a look at – greater than 4 occasions the authorized restrict for intoxication. He was cited for working a motorcar whereas impaired and failure to manage and was launched to a sober driver.
Allow violation, Pearl Street
A snow plow driver was cited at 12:34 a.m. Jan. 24 when he was seen plowing snow in a Pearl Street gasoline station parking zone. Experiences stated the corporate the driving force is employed by, Brad’s Garden Service, had not registered with the Metropolis of Brunswick to plow snow.
Medication, Middle Street
A Richfield man was pulled over at 4:34 a.m. Jan. 22 for rushing. He was present in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia and was cited and launched on the scene.
Theft, Winchester Lane
A person reported discovering fraudulent fees on his US Checking account at 4:17 p.m. Jan. 24. The person stated two fees for $741 have been allegedly positioned utilizing Walmart’s on-line order course of. The orders have been cancelled by Walmart attributable to suspicious exercise and the sufferer was reimbursed however he requested fees be pursued towards any accountable social gathering concerned, experiences stated.
Theft, Pearl Street
Police acquired a name of the catalytic converter stolen from a U-Haul field truck parked at Brunswick Plaza on Pearl Street between 6 p.m. Jan. 23 and 1:49 p.m. Jan. 25. Experiences stated plaza safety footage confirmed “a compact white sedan, much like a Toyota Prius, park close to the truck at roughly 2:15 a.m. [Jan. 25] for an prolonged time frame.” There was no extra data out there on the time of the report.
Theft, Lares Lane
A girl reported a theft from a bundle between Jan. 24-25. The sufferer stated she shipped an iPhone 13 to her daughter in Cincinnati via UPS. She stated when her daughter acquired the bundle, the cellular phone was lacking and it was obvious that the bundle had been tampered with. The cellphone was valued at $800.00 and was insured via UPS. Police had no additional data on the time of the report.
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