Police Blotter: Woman Takes Quite A Ride In Mayfield Village
Information supplied by the Mayfield Village Police Department
A woman was arrested for a DUI and weaving through various Mayfield Village roads in the early morning of June 26. Driving a silver Honda, the woman was traveling south in the northbound lane on SOM Center Rd. She turned into the correct lane and turned around at Heinen’s and then traveled west on Wilson Mills Rd. She passed Alpha Dr. before getting stopped. The woman was released to her daughter. A credit card bond was posted.
Noise complaint: A resident on Worton Park said the noise from a rally at Progressive was too loud the evening of June 27. He was told the night before the engagement would end at 10 p.m. and said it was 10:30 p.m. and keeping his family awake. Police advised the party to keep it down and they agreed. The organizers’ permit said they could go until 11 p.m. Officers sat at Worton Park and said they were unable to hear noise or music. Shortly thereafter, the resident called again and said it was still loud and said if it didn’t stop, he’d next call the mayor. An officer went back to the location, but the event had ended and no noise was apparent.
Police unimpressed by dare: A group of juveniles were seen lying in the street at SOM Center Rd. and Seneca Rd. playing a game of dare around 5:30 a.m., July 2. Officers told them to get out of the street and go home.
Fireworks hit home, dog: A Ridgebury Blvd. resident said a neighbor was shooting off fireworks but wasn’t sure of where they were coming from on the evening of July 1. She said one hit her dog and others landed on her roof. Police said the fireworks appeared to have come from two houses away from the resident’s home. They had stopped firing them upon the officer’s arrival due to severe weather.
Mailbox knocked down: A resident on Wilson Mills Rd. road found its mailbox in a ditch the morning of June 30. It appeared as though a vehicle struck the mailbox as there were truck tracks in the area. Checking in both directions on the street, police found that no other mailboxes had been overturned.