Fired Employee Just Wants Her Stuff Back: The Blotter
The following information was provided by the Twinsburg Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.
There has to be a better way to get your stuff back.
On April 27 the security officer from Interteck on East Aurora Road called police because a recently-fired employee had been calling the business repeatedly.
The woman originally called asking to speak to the officer manager. But, after being denied, she called back several more times demanding that her personal property be given to her.
Officers contacted the woman who said she would stop calling and would be pursuing civil action against the company.
If you're license is suspended, don't drive
On April 28 police pulled over a car for a window tint violation on East Aurora Road.
The driver was arrested for driving with a suspended driver's license and having an active warrants for driving under a suspended license from three police departments.
His passenger was cited for having an open bottle of Mike's Hard Lemonade, wedged between the passenger seat and the center console.