Medina Township Police

June 23 – Police responded to a Hood Road address at 2:10 p.m. after an ex-boyfriend reportedly misinterpreted a text from his ex-girlfriend about her not wanting to talk as a suicide threat. Police found the 21-year-old woman at home with her mother making food. She reportedly said she just wanted her ex-boyfriend to leave her alone.

Medina Police

June 23 – Police and safety forces responded to a drug overdose at a Walter Road address at 1:11 a.m.

June 23 – Police responded to a Birch Hill Drive apartment in reference to a noise complaint at 12:43 a.m. Upon police arrival, Brian F. Canfield, 57, of a neighboring address, was arrested for persistent disorderly conduct.

June 22 – Police responded to a North Spring Grove address at 7:26 in reference to a drug overdose. Police reported it may have been a suicide attempt.

June 22 – Firefighters and police responded to a small fire at a Public Square business at 9:59 a.m.

June 22 – Brian M. Rini, 20, of North Spring Grove Street, was arrested and charged with making false alarms involving a law enforcement agency at 5:13 a.m.

June 21 – James A. Biggins, 25, of West Liberty Street, was arrested on a warrant.

June 21 – Police received a report of juveniles inside the fenced area of the defunct city pool on East Homestead Street at 3:39 p.m.

June 21 – John D. McNeely, 49, of Brunswick, was arrested and charged with criminal trespass at a North Court Street address.

June 18 – Richard D. Confer, 43, of Wadsworth Road, was arrested and charged with littering after reportedly throwing cans out of a moving a vehicle at 5:15 p.m.

June 18 – Latoya N. Harris, 35, of Miner Drive, was arrested at her residence on a warrant at 10 a.m.

June 17 – Allan S. Popil, 43, of Brynmar Lane, was arrested on a warrant at his residence at 3:38 p.m.

Medina Township Police

June 23 – Police responded to a motor vehicle accident involving an entrapment on Interstate 271 at 7:49 a.m. A semi reportedly jack-knifed at an underpass.

June 21 – Police received a report of a suspicious male in a black shirt walking up the hill on Reserve Drive at 10:17 p.m. An officer made contact with the male, who lived on a nearby street and was walking home from the hospital “for a chronic drinking problem.”

June 20 – Police took a report for theft at a Pearl Road retail store.

June 20 – Police took a report for fraud at a Lake Forest Trail address.

June 20 – Police received a report of two males in a tan Honda reportedly drinking alcohol while driving on North Court Street in Medina at 8:05 p.m. The car was not located.

June 19 – An officer gave a ride home to an intoxicated woman walking along I-71 at 12:10 a.m. She told the officer her ride left her at the bar.

June 18 – Someone on Charleton Drive called police with questions about the flying of drones at 12:52 p.m.

June 17 – Two loose dogs on Charleton Drive were transported to an animal shelter at 3:39 p.m.

June 16 – A male customer at a Pearl Road restaurant wearing a yellow Cavs jersey and accompanying a 5-year-old female left without paying the bill. Police could not locate his vehicle.

June 16 – Police followed up on an identity theft case at a Fenn Road address at 2:22 p.m. The cause of the theft reportedly stems from a data breach at an insurance company.

Montville Township Police

June 21 – Police responded to a two-car accident without injuries on Medina Road at 3:54 p.m. The driver of a Chevy was reportedly turning left into a business’s driveway when the driver of a Dodge turned into her lane of travel. The Dodge reportedly collided with the rear passenger-side wheel area of the Chevy, which caused the Chevy to spin and come to rest in the front lawn of the business. The driver of the Chevy was cited for failure to yield and expired plates.

June 21 – A caller wanted police to check on an Autumn Run Drive resident to make sure they were shooting into a sufficient backstop. They were.

June 21 – Police spoke with individuals playing basketball on Parnham Drive at 2:45 a.m. They advised they were done and were going back inside for the night.

June 20 – A homeowner’s mailbox on Parnham Drive was broken off and destroyed.

June 20 – Someone walking north on Wooster Pike Road at 8:15 p.m. flagged down police to say he was “very tired” and that he could not walk any further. He reportedly stated he needed to get to a friend’s house in Medina. Police dropped him off at Public Square near the friend’s house.

June 20 – Police were dispatched to a Chestnut Hill Drive home for a report of an underage party. Upon arrival, police identified six underage individuals who allegedly admitted to drinking alcohol. All the alcohol left in the house was poured out and disposed of and the six individuals were issued a summons for underage consumption.

June 19 – Police were dispatched to a Country Club Drive residence in reference to a broken mailbox. A passenger-side Ford tail light enclosure was reportedly found among the pieces of the mailbox. Police reported a short time later they were advised of a man in a different neighborhood attempting to fix his tail light. The man reportedly said his wife struck the mailbox but did not stop due to embarrassment. It was decided the man would either pay for the repair or do the repair himself.

June 18 – Police were advised a white BMW convertible was doing burnouts in the parking lot of White Tail Park. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.

June 18 – Police were advised a toddler and an infant were left in a car by themselves in the parking lot of a Medina Road store. Police arrived and discovered there were also older children in the car, but they had been hiding and could not be seen.

June 18 – A Wooster Pike road resident advised she posted a profile on Care.com as a babysitter and was solicited by a woman who claimed to be an employee of the United Nations and was in need of a babysitter. When the woman requested personal information from the resident, the resident reportedly asked for verification of certain details but received no response thereafter. The resident was advised to send a message to the woman requesting they end all contact and to check her credit report for suspicious activity.

June 18 – Police allegedly saw a white Pontiac with one headlight traveling east on Medina Road. The driver allegedly performed two moving violations as well. Police cited Annmarie Gaston, 49, of Medina, for OVI and a stop line violation.

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