Charged with OVI: A 41-year-old Aurora woman was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and operating a vehicle while under the influence of drugs Feb. 27 at 12:54 a.m. on Route 43. Police pulled over the vehicle for speeding and said the woman failed field sobriety tests. Police said they found a metal marijuana pipe inside the vehicle. The police report did not indicate how fast the vehicle was traveling.
Possession of drugs: A 19-year-old Stow man was charged with possession of marijuana Feb. 28 at 12:18 a.m. on Seasons Road. Police said they stopped the vehicle for swerving in between the lanes, for which he was not charged. Police said they found 16 grams of suspected marijuana inside the vehicle.
Suspended license: A 25-year-old Cleveland woman was charged with drug trafficking after police said they found about 130 prescription pills in her vehicle Feb. 28 at 9:56 p.m. on Route 14. Police said they stopped the vehicle because the license plate was not illuminated. Police said the driver also had a suspended driver's license.
Bicycle, couch stolen: A Pleasant Valley Road man reported Feb. 26 at 1 p.m. someone stole an $80 bicycle and a $300 couch from the east side of the residence overnight Feb. 25. The police report did not indicate any forced entry. Police are investigating.
Cash taken: A 47-year-old Ravenna woman was charged with theft Feb. 26 at 8:50 a.m. after police said she removed $10 from the cash drawer at a Mondial Parkway business. Police said the company terminated the woman's employment. She was then arrested on an undisclosed active warrant through Walton Hills police.
Possible scam on vehicle warranty: A Streetsboro woman reported Feb. 27 at 2:09 p.m. she was a victim of a scam involving a vehicle warranty. The woman told police she purchased a new vehicle in early 2013. In April 2013, she said she was contacted by a representative of a New Jersey company that tried to convince her to buy a warranty for the vehicle. The woman told police she did not realize that the vehicle was covered under the manufacturer's warranty and said she purchased the warranty for $198 a month. The woman said in January 2014, she was contacted by another warranty company, telling her that her warranty was about to expire. When she responded that she had already purchased a warranty from the New Jersey company, she said she was advised by the second company that the first company was fraudulent. The woman said she then paid $475 to the second company for an auto warranty. Later, the woman said she went to an auto dealership, where she was told her vehicle was covered until 2017 and she did not need to purchase any additional warranties. The woman said she contacted both warranty companies, and said she was told both would refund her money, which she is still waiting to receive. Police said both warranty companies are registered with the Better Business Bureau. Police are investigating.