Brunswick resident charged with OVI
BRUNSWICK — A city woman was charged with operating a vehicle while impaired and leaving the scene of an accident after police said she crashed into a construction site and left the scene around 10:25 a.m. Sunday, according to a Brunswick police report.
Jill Stazzone, 33, of 4175 Rolling Hills Drive, was headed north on Pearl Road in the 1400 block when she struck a merge arrow construction sign. Her car pushed the sign into a construction truck and cut a construction worker. The worker was not seriously injured and refused medical treatment, the report said.
Construction workers called police and reported the license plate number. The vehicle’s registration came back to Stazzone’s address on Rolling Hills Drive.
A police officer found Stazzone’s car, with front-end damage, sitting in her driveway with the lights on. The officer drove past the house and was about to turn around when the car’s lights turned off. The car then sat in the driveway for about 15 seconds and then slowly backed out of the driveway headed toward Pearl Road with the lights off, the report said.
After questioning, Stazzone admitted she hit the sign and apologized to police. A Breathalyzer test showed Stazzone had 0.169 blood-alcohol content. She was charged with OVI, leaving the scene of an accident, not obeying a traffic control device, no safety belt and driving without headlights.
Attempted robbery reported on Andrea
BRUNSWICK — An attempted robbery was reported at 11:52 a.m. Monday in the 1500 block of Andrea Drive, according to a Brunswick police report.
The report said a man went to a home and told the owner he was with the city Water Department. The elderly homeowner let him inside and the man asked to inspect pipes in the basement of the house.
While the two men were downstairs, another man, believed to be working with the first man who entered the home, came through the open front door and went upstairs to the bedrooms. He opened a bedroom door and was surprised to find another man inside, according to the report.
The two men quickly left the house and no items were reported stolen.
The attempted robbery matches a similar incident in North Olmsted and Fairview Park reported at the end of 2012 and an incident in February in Strongsville.
Thursday, May 30
11 a.m. — Ayza M. Burden, 21, Louisville, Ohio, served with a warrant at the Medina County Jail for failure to comply with a court order on a charge of underage possession of alcohol.
6:10 p.m. — Rocco S. Cicero, 33, Parma, served with a warrant from Ashland County after a traffic stop in the 4600 block of Center Road.
Sunday, June 2
2:32 a.m. — Bradley G. Spelich, 26, Richfield, charged with operating a vehicle while impaired, prohibited left turn and operating in a weaving course after a traffic stop in the 4000 block of Center Road.
Monday, June 3
10:13 p.m. — Brunswick police served Sean M. Miller, 21, Lakewood, with a warrant for failure to comply after he was picked up from Lakewood police.
Brunswick Hills Township police
Sunday, May 26
10:27 p.m. — Jack L. Medley, 44, 3411 Sharon Copley Road, Montville Township, charged with operating a vehicle impaired and a marked lane violation after a traffic stop in the 1800 block of Pearl Road. Medley’s breath test for alcohol measured 0.194.
Monday, May 27
8:48 p.m. — Justin D. Roose, 28, 22309 Rock Creek Circle, Brunswick, charged with driving under suspension after a traffic stop in the 400 block of Pearl Road.
Hinckley Township police
Wednesday, May 29
11:44 p.m. — John E. Turcheck, 44, 162 Ashleigh Drive, Brunswick, charged with OVI and child endangering after he was pulled over in the 2400 block of Center Road for crossing the center line. The report said Turcheck had 0.19 blood-alcohol content. He was charged with child endangering because a child was in the car with him at the time his vehicle was pulled over.
Friday, May 31
5:47 p.m. — A car bumper reported damaged while in the parking lot of a business in the 300 block of State Road.