Sunday, June 30
3:20 a.m. — Nicholas S. Nagorka, 32, Grafton, charged with domestic violence, obstructing official business and resisting an officer on Grafton Road.
4:27 p.m. — Daniel J. Pieronek, 29, 1216 N. Carpenter Road, Brunswick, served with a warrant for failure to appear after he was picked up by Strongsville police.
Monday, July 1
6 a.m. — 4000 block Laurel Road, a driver’s side window reported broken on a car parked in a driveway.
10:03 p.m. — Center Road near interstate 71, Travis J. Wilson, 27, 5711 Wolff Road, Medina, charged with operating a vehicle while impaired, speeding and operating in a weaving course after he was stopped. Wilson gave officers a blood-alcohol sample of 0.088.
Thursday, July 4
11:30 a.m. — 3400 block Beaumont Drive, a GPS unit and iPod reported stolen from an unlocked vehicle.
7 p.m. — 3400 block Clover Drive, a purse reported stolen from an unlocked vehicle.
Friday, July 5
7 a.m. — 4100 block Grafton Road, a vacant home entered with damage to the doors estimated at about $800. Nothing was reported stolen.
Sunday, July 7
2:44 a.m. — 4105 Tudor Ave., Alejandro R. Tijerina, 19, 2895 Elmer Drive, Brunswick, charged with underage possession of alcohol, resisting an officer and obstructing official business after a party. Sixteen others at the home, ages 17 to 19, were charged with underage possession of alcohol.
Hinckley Twp. police
Thursday, July 4
5:30 p.m. — 1200 block State Road, Marko Zegarac, 51, Broadview Heights, charged with failure to control after police said he struck two mailboxes.
According to the report, he veered off the road, striking one mailbox, and continued on and hit the next mailbox. He blew a tire and drove on the rim, causing damage to a driveway before driving off. Residents alerted police. Police arrived and a witness told the officer a man had driven toward a set of cabins near the Hinckley Reservation Metropark.
Zegarac was found near the park and told officers he lost control because he was texting on his phone and dropped it. There was no license plate on his vehicle. Zegarac, who owns a car dealership, told police he had a dealer’s plate attached to the car before the crash.
Zegarac told officers he would work with the residents to pay for the damage to their property. The report estimated the damage at $1,000.
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