Erratic Driving Leads To Drug Arrests
The arrest information in this report is from the Solon Police Department. An arrest does not mean a conviction.
A woman's erratic driving led to her a Twinsburg man being arrested and charged with drug possession, according to Solon Police.
At about 2:52 a.m. on May 22, police saw a BMW driving south on Some Center Road. The car stopped at a red light, but then reversed out of the intersection. The car then drove in the ABC streets areas, weaving and taking wide turns, according to the police report.
The car was pulled over and a searched produced pills without a prescription, including oxycodone, and seven hypodermic needles. One of needles was filled with a clear liquid that is being tested for heroin, according to the report.
Arrested and charged were Heather Pappas, 31, of Sheffield Lake, and Robert M. Shuki, 57, of Twinsburg.
Pappas was charged with drug possession and drug paraphernalia, plus driving under suspension.
Shuki was charged with felony drug possession.