Brunswick Police Department
Aug. 1 – Police responded to a Ganyard Avenue residence just before 6 p.m. after receiving a disturbance call. On the way to the call, the dispatcher told police a male subject shot a gun inside the house. Upon arrival, contact was made with Eric Olsen, 50, of Ganyard Avenue, who was in his driveway. While attempting to ascertain whether a weapon was present and who may have fired it, another individual identified as Christopher D. Johnson, 19, of Ganyard Avenue, began approaching officers and refused to listen to officers’ commands. Officers learned that the two individuals had been involved in an earlier incident at the Medina County Fair. Upon returning home from the fair, Johnson’s mother, Reanon M. Rickard, 39, of Ganyard Avenue, then went to Olsen’s house and confronted him. Both individuals claimed the other had made threats toward them. Johnson was issued a citation for obstructing official business into Brunswick Mayor’s Court and Olsen and Rickard were issued citations for disorderly conduct.
Brunswick Police DepartmentAug. 2 – Police responded to a Holly Drive residence around 7 a.m. after receiving a report of a single-vehicle crash. The suspect, later identified as Khaled N. Morra, 23, of Holly Drive, told police that he swerved to avoid crashing into a deer. The suspect was found to have a suspended license and was transported to the hospital where he refused to provide a urine sample. He was cited on several charges, including driving with a suspended license, refusing a breath test, OVI and failure to control a vehicle. He was later released.
Aug. 2 – An Amherst Lane resident contacted police around 11:25 p.m. after returning home to find her car missing from her driveway. The woman told police she had both sets of keys and there were no drag marks in her driveway. There are no suspects.
Aug. 1 – An employee of a Center Road fast food restaurant contacted police to report that someone stole his mountain bike, valued at $200, while he was working. There are no suspects.
Aug. 1 – A set of keys on a lanyard were turned into dispatchers and placed in the found property filing cabinet at the station.
July 31 – Police responded to a Bennington Boulevard residence after receiving a report of a disturbance just after 10 p.m. Upon arrival, contact was made with two individuals, including a woman who claimed she had been in a verbal and physical altercation with her boyfriend, who had fled the scene. Police were able to locate the boyfriend, Christopher Kollar, 35, of North Olmsted, however the girlfriend declined to press charges of domestic violence.
July 30 – Police responded to Mooney Park just after 6 p.m. after receiving a complaint that a vehicle was driving on the baseball fields. The vehicle was located and a traffic stop was conducted at which time the driver, identified as William Gibson, admitted to consuming alcohol. The suspect showed impairment on sobriety tests and was placed under arrest. He was transported to the station where he provided a breath sample of 0.208. he was cited on charges of reckless operation, OVI, having a prohibited BAC and criminal damaging. He was subsequently transported to the county jail.