From around Northeast Ohio's police logs.
FBI agents are expected to join Cuyahoga Valley National Park Rangers and other law enforcement agencies Thursday afternoon to document and collect the newest evidence discovered as the investigation continues into the death of 19-year-old, Taylor Robison.
An alleged drunken driver kind of tipped off police when he fell asleep in his car in the middle of the street.
A report said Richfield police happened upon the car on Everett Road at Medina Line about 2 a.m. Sept. 2. Police boxed him in before trying to wake him up.
A man was cited for disorderly conduct after he exposed himself and peed on a parked car in the 15400 block of Detroit Avenue at around 11:30 p.m. Sept. 10.
The owner of a otel called police Sept. 4 because a tenant refused to leave after an eviction. During an inspection the fire marshal discovered bed bugs in the room and a disconnected fire alarm.
A man from Florida was arrested Sunday morning for public indecency at Wendy's on Mentor Avenue. According to the Mentor Police Department Facebook page, Christine Nagy, 46, and 32-year-old Travis Pilcher were both drunk when they came to the restaurant around 2:15 a.m. At one point, Pilcher placed his genitals on a window, according to police.
A license plate violation quickly became the least of one couple’s r worries after a Westlake police officer spotted a baggie of marijuana in the console cup holder. The woman then tried to stuff the currency down her pants. More reefer was found inside the vehicle, along with a scale and plastic baggies.