Read Twinsburg Crime and Incident Statistics For November

Check out statistics on crime, incident reports and crashes in Twinsburg in November

Every month, Twinsburg Police Chief Chris Noga provides statistics about police activity in Twinsburg to city council.

Here is the information in that report. The data is from November.

  • 2,943 calls for service among Twinsburg Police and Fire and Reminderville Police and Fire.
  • 195 people arrested
  • 289 charges including:
  • 7 theft-related charges
  • 38 drug-related charges
  • 3 counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor
  • 1 resisting arrest charge
  • 32 driving under suspenson / no valid license charges
  • 16 impaired driving charges
  • 2 alcohol related charges
  • 6 Disorderly conduct charges
  • 1 weapons charge
  • 5 obstructing justice charges
  • 465 traffic stops and 243 written warnings
  • 35 traffic crashes with 8 injury crashes

*Remaining charges for warrants or traffic related incidents.

martie mckown December 07, 2012 at 12:57 PM
Mitch- I am still waiting to hear from you regarding our ad on the Police and Fire section of Patch. We are paying a monthly fee and you have taken down our ad. Please contact me immediately to discuss this. Today is Dec 7, 2012 Regards- Martie McKown 216-401-5297
Chris Mazzolini December 07, 2012 at 01:55 PM
Hi Martie: Mitch is no longer the editor of Twinsburg Patch. He has a new job within Patch. I'm Chris, the new editor. Hi! In our positions as editors, we never have a role with the ads on the site. Those are handled by our advertising managers. I will have him get in contact with you. Thanks!
Daniel Trush December 07, 2012 at 02:19 PM
Hey Martie, Sorry for the confusion, I have been in contact with your partner Carol about the add. Your simply up for renewal and I am trying to schedule a time with Carol to discuss the options that are available to you. I will call you in a minute so that you are in the loop as well. Thanks Daniel Trush 440-666-0084


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