Possible Drunk Driver Thwarted by Phone Call

The following arrest information was provided by the Avon Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

A potentially impaired driver got a ride home instead of driving because someone called .

The call was made just before 8:30 p.m. on March 9, but all the caller said before hanging up was that there was a possible drunk driver in the parking lot outside .

The caller called back several minutes later to add that the man was being disruptive in the store, and gave a license number and description of what car the man was driving.

Avon police arrived and found the man in the store, who decided that he would call for a ride home rather than drive.

Going off-roading, but not in a good way

An Amherst man escaped injury after he was forced off Interstate 90 by another car on Monday.

The man told Avon police that he was heading west on I-90 just before 4:30 p.m. when another car cut him off. He went off the road, through a thin wire fence, and came to rest in a ditch partially filled with water.

Thanks, but… 

A resident in the 3900 block of Haverford Place found someone had delivered freshly laundered linens to their home on March 12. The only problem is, they don’t belong to the resident, who called Avon police to let them know in case someone reports missing linens.


A woman reported on March 9 that a child support check may have been stolen out of her business mailbox in Avon Lake and later cashed at in Avon.

There was a signature on the check, but no one knew who had cashed it.

Kristin Leb March 14, 2012 at 02:31 PM
Love the linens on the line. Now if we could only get them to wash and fold our items, it may just be a good crime!


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