Long Islands and Driving Don't Mix: The Blotter
The following information is from the Twinsburg Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction
Police pulled over a car at the McDonald's on East Aurora Road on May 14 for a cracked windshield.
After police found an open bottle of Long Island iced tea, the woman was arrested for drunken driving and released on bond.
Her car wasn't a pharmacy
On May 14 Twinsburg police were called to an East Aurora Road business for a theft from a vehicle.
Items taken from the car included prescription drugs, like percocet, and $33 in cash.
That's a lot of peaches
A Darien Lane man told police on May 15 that someone had made charges with his MasterCard.
The man found a total of $1, 525.34 in purchases that he said were made in New York, New Jersey and Georgia over a two-week period which were verified with his monthly statement.