The information in this report is from the Twinsburg police.
An angry boyfriend told Twinsburg Police the furniture from his girlfriend's apartment because he was mad and blowing off steam. The problem for the man, a 30-year-old Twinsburg resident, is that he was wanted on a warrant for failing to appear for a jail sentence related to a driving under suspension charge, according to a Twinsburg Police report. According to the report, police received a call of a disturbance at the couple's Ravenna Road apartment. Officer arrived to learn that the boyfriend had thrown a number of furniture items out of the apartment. Police say the man was very intoxicated, according to the report. The girlfriend said her boyfriend did not threaten violence and she didn't fear for her safety. Because of the warrant, …
The following information was provided by the Twinsburg Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction
Sometimes it's best to work out your relationship issues in private. On June 11 police were called to the Twinsburg GetGo on Hadden Road for a domestic disturbance in the parking lot, where a couple was arguing and pushing eachother. Police found a 21-year-old Beford man and patted him down for weapons. As he was removing his work apron officers notices a bag of marijuana, along with someone else's Illinois driver's license and a BB gun. Police talked with the woman who said they were arguing over relationship problems and began pushing eachother. She said she didn't want to file any charges. The man was cited for disorderly conduct and drug possession and released on the scene with a court date.