Arrest of drug smuggling from passing car’s registration check : Solan police blotter

Solan, Ohio – Drug Trafficking: Carter Street

At 12:30 p.m. on August 31, an officer stopped a car after a registration check showed its owner was wanted on a Cleveland police warrant. The 32-year-old Cleveland owner/driver was wanted for failing to appear in court on charges of drunk driving.

Solan police arrested the man and pulled over his car. The car was searched before being towed. Inside, police found more than 200 grams of suspected marijuana, as well as suspected Adderall prescription pills and cash.

Police charged the man with drug trafficking, a fifth-degree felony; drug possession, even fifth-degree felony; and possession of drug paraphernalia. The man was then handed over to the Cleveland Police.

OVI: Aurora Road

At 10:10 p.m. on August 31, a patrol officer noticed a jeep stopping at a green light on Aurora Road, heading east near Enterprise Parkway. After passing a car, the jeep started moving forward.

The officer followed the jeep as it was traveling above the 25 mph speed limit. Traffic stop was organized. The 45-year-old Aurora woman driver answered the officer’s questions incorrectly and was subjected to a field sobriety test. The woman failed the tests and was arrested for OVI and not driving in marked lanes.

While police were preparing to tow the woman’s car, an open can of beer was found inside the auto, leading to another allegation of having an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle. A urine sample was obtained for laboratory analysis.

Theft: Aurora Road

At 2:05 p.m. on September 1, a 49-year-old Chagrin Falls woman reported that she was missing her engagement ring. The woman remembered last seeing the ring on July 28 at Solan Village Shopping Centre, 34348 Aurora Road.

On that date, the woman left the ring in her locked and parked vehicle, a minivan, while she went to a business. Later that day, he realized the ring was missing, but thought it might still be on.

There were no signs of forcible entry into the vehicle. The ring costs over $10,000. There are no suspects.

OVI: US 422

On September 1, at 9:35 pm, an officer stopped a jeep in which the headlights were not working. The jeep was moving slowly and stopped.

The driver, a Cleveland, 65-year-old, had red, glassy eyes and smelled of alcohol. The driver admitted to drinking “a couple” of beers before police noticed an open bottle of beer in the jeep.

The man failed the field sobriety test and was arrested for OVI. He had a blood-alcohol content of .200, above the state minimum for drunk driving of .08. He was also cited for a non-working headlight and his license was suspended.

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