Tuesday, August 28, 2012
The following information is from the Twinsburg Police Department.
A Warrensville woman is in a little more trouble than losing her job after she threw a chair at another employee when told she was terminated. The 32-year-old woman was fired from a business at the 1900 block of Summit Commerce Park on Aug. 22. She didn't take the news well. According to the police report, she became very angry and shouted obscenities at the three employees in the room, eventually picking up and throwing a chair at one. The victim was struck in the leg, but was OK. The next day the victim told police she wanted to file assault charges. The employer told police the fired woman was no longer allowed on the property and asked they pay special attention to keep her away.
Saturday, August 25, 2012
The following information was provided by the Twinsburg Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.
A Maple Heights man was charged with a felony after Twinsburg police found a gun on him during a drunken driving accident on Aug. 17. According to police, Kenneth Cifra, 22, was involved in an car accident around 6:30 p.m. at the intersection of East Aurora Road and Church Street. As police arrived on the scene, they were told by dispatch that Cifra had a concealed carry permit and could have a gun on him. According to Ohio law, permit holders must notify police if they're carrying a weapon before being searched. In this instance, Cifra failed to mention his loaded .38 revolver under his shirt during a police search. Police could smell alcohol on his breath, according to the report, and he said he had four or five beers at 8 a.m. that …
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
The following information was provided by the Twinsburg Police Department
Sometimes saving money is more trouble than it's worth. A Bedford man thought it would be efficient to ask a Twinsburg police officer for directions to the closest Wal-Mart while the officer was at another traffic stop. The quick-thinking officer ran the man's license plates for good measure and found a warrant out for him from the Bedford Police Department for failure to appear in court. The man was arrested and handed over to Bedford police.
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
The following information was provided by the Twinsburg Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction
Some people shouldn't dance because they are terrible. Others shouldn't dance because it might attract unwanted attention. On July 16 police saw several individuals "running, screaming and dancing" around a car in the Scorchers parking lot. Police gave all the men warnings for loud music, but Daniel Callahan, 24, of Bedford Heights, had a warrant out for his arrest from the Solon Police Department for failing to appear in court on a marijuana charge. After finishing his dance number, Callahan was arrested and transferred to Solon.
Sunday, February 20, 2011
A Pennsylvania man went to get a friend out of jail and was arrested for active warrants
No good deed goes unpunished. Kenneth Little, 28, of Sharon, PA, went to the Twinsburg Police Station to bail his friend out of jail on Feb. 10. Police ran a background check on Little and found a warrant for his arrest from the Euclid Police Department for failure to appear. They found a second warrant from the South Euclid Police Department for the same charge. He was arrested and turned over to Euclid police.