Arrested for OVI: A 25-year-old Streetsboro woman was charged with operating a vehicle while under the influence May 9 at 3:34 a.m. on Route 43. Police said they stopped the woman because she did not dim her high-beam headlights. Police said the woman seemed to have great difficulty locating her purse, which was next to her, she smelled like alcohol, and her eyes were glossy and bloodshot. The woman failed field sobriety tests, according to police, and she had a blood-alcohol count of .225, above the legal limit of .08.
Facing speeding, OVI charges: A 22-year-old Mantua woman was charged with operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol May 2 at 1:18 a.m. on Route 43. Police said they stopped the woman because she was speeding, for which she was cited. She was traveling 51 mph in a 35 mph zone, according to police. Police said the woman smelled like alcohol and failed field sobriety tests. The woman had a blood-alcohol count of .095, above the legal limit of .08, according to police.
OVI refusal suspension: A 25-year-old Willoughby Hills man was charged with driving under suspension after he was stopped by officers April 29 at 2:21 a.m. on Route 14. Police said they pulled over the man for failure to dim his high-beam headlights and failure to use turn signals while turning. Police said the man also had an expired 30-day tag. The man did not have driving privileges, due to an OVI refusal suspension and a license forfeiture suspension. An OVI refusal suspension occurs when a person is charged with OVI and declines to take a blood-alcohol test, so the license is suspended, according to police.
Four-wheeler stolen: A Cuyahoga Falls man reported April 29 that his $1,500 all-terrain vehicle was stolen from a Diagonal Road farm. The man reported a lock was cut off a stall where the vehicle was stored. Police are investigating.
Active felony warrant: A 20-year-old Cleveland woman, who had an undisclosed active felony arrest warrant with Streetsboro police, was taken into custody by Streetsboro officers April 30 at 8:43 a.m. The woman was previously at the Portage County Courthouse when court officials contacted Streetsboro police, then she was booked at the Streetsboro Police Department and taken to the Portage County Jail.