-- Macedonia --
Traffic violation leads to drug citations: Police pulled a vehicle over on Highland Road near Route 8 for an expired tag violation Feb. 21 around 12:30 a.m. After police advised the driver, a 25-year-old Hudson man, they smelled marijuana coming from the vehicle, conducted a search and found marijuana, a grinder, digital scale, and two pipes -- all with marijuana residue --- inside the vehicle. The Hudson man was cited with expired plates and possession of drug paraphernalia. His passenger, a 24-year-old Northfield Center man, was cited for possession of marijuana, as police found a marijuana cigarette in his bag.
Lost property leads to theft investigation: Police responded to a Macedonia Commons store for a report of lost property Feb. 21 around 5:30 p.m. A man told police he accidentally left his wallet on the self-checkout and upon further investigation found it had been taken by man who used the checkout after him. An investigation is pending.
Potential burglary results from scam: Police responded to a Shepard Hills Boulevard residence in response to a fraud report Feb. 21 around 5:30 p.m. A man told police a woman claiming to be from the gas company began asking questions about work the man had completed nearly three years beforehand and asked the man to show her the area outside of the home. During the time the woman was outside with the resident an unknown man entered the home and the resident told police $300 in cash and possibly banking information had been taken. An investigation is pending.
-- Northfield Village --
Weaving vehicle leads to OVI arrest: Police were parked at a Route 8 business near Ledge Road when a vehicle traveling south turned into the parking lot and narrowly missed hitting the police cruiser Feb. 20 around 8 p.m. The officer saw the vehicle continue through the parking lot , then through a grassy area and over a gravel mound and pulled the vehicle over. Police say the driver, a 56-year-old Sagamore Hills man, was sweating profusely, very disoriented and slurring his speech. The man was unable to perform sobriety tests due to being unable to walk normally. Police took him to the Northfield Village Police Department where the man refused a breathalyzer, telling police he knew he was over the limit, according to the report. He was charged with OVI and OVI refusal and released after his vehicle was towed.