Drunk driver found more than four times over the legal limit: Brunswick Police Blotter
Impaired Driver, Sleepy Hollow Road
Police responded to an intrusion call at 10:20 p.m. on January 23 and located the suspect on Josephine Boulevard near Sleepy Hollow Road. The suspect was arrested and failed field sobriety tests. He later recorded a blood alcohol level of 0.323% in a breath test, more than four times the legal limit for intoxication. He was cited for driving a motor vehicle while impaired and unable to control and was released to a sober driver.
Permit Violation, Pearl Road
A snow plow driver was cited at 12:34 a.m. on January 24 when he was seen clearing snow in the parking lot of a Pearl Road gas station. Reports say the company that employs the driver, Brad’s Lawn Service, has not registered with the City of Brunswick to clear snow.
Drugs, Center Road
A Richfield man was arrested at 4:34 a.m. on January 22 for speeding. He was found in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia and was cited and released from the scene.
Flight, Winchester Lane
A man reported discovering fraudulent charges in his US bank account at 4:17 p.m. on January 24. The man said two charges of $741 were allegedly placed using Walmart’s online ordering process. The orders were canceled by Walmart due to suspicious activity and the victim was refunded, but he asked for legal action against any responsible party involved, according to reports.
Flight, pearl route
Police received a call about the catalytic converter being stolen from a U-Haul box truck parked at Brunswick Plaza on Pearl Road between 6 p.m. Jan. 23 and 1:49 p.m. Jan. 25. similar to a Toyota Prius, park near the truck around 2:15 a.m. [Jan. 25] for an extended period. No additional information was available at the time of the report.
Flight, Lares Lane
A woman reported a theft from a package between January 24 and 25. The victim said he shipped an iPhone 13 to his daughter in Cincinnati via UPS. She said when her daughter received the package, the cell phone was missing and it was obvious the package had been tampered with. The phone was valued at $800.00 and was insured by UPS. Police had no other information at the time of the report.
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