Police Find Traces of Heroin During Traffic Stop: The Blotter
The following information was provided by the Twinsburg Police Department. An arrest does not mean a conviction.
Twinsburg police stopped a car on Darrow Road at Walgreens on Thanksgiving Day for a lane violation.
During the stop the driver of the car was arrested for driving under suspension and the passenger was arrested on a warrant.
Officers conducted a K9 sniff of the car which uncovered a compact mirror and metal rod with heroin residue and suphedrine medications, according to police.
The passenger was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
Drinking leads to a dispute
Officers were called to Dooridge Drive on Nov. 20 for a report of a domestic dispute.
Officers said the couple had been drinking and were arguing.
The man was transported to a hotel for the night.
Police pulled over a car for weaving on Nov. 20 at Creekside Drive and Darrow Road.
During the stop officers realized the man was drunken driving and was arrested.