Neighbor blares music for wind chime revenge: Parma Heights Police Blotter


Wind chime revenge: West Ridgewood Drive

On July 30, a West Ridgewood Drive resident called police about a neighbor blaring her music. An arriving officer talked to the caller, who showed them the neighbor’s speaker in the window pointed at his house.

The officers talked to the neighbor, who said she had put the speaker in the window on purpose in retaliation over the racket caused by the man’s wind chimes.

The woman was cited for disorderly conduct.

Drunken driving: West 130th Street

On July 31, police observed a weaving black Kia Optima without headlights traveling on West 130th Street.

While talking to the North Royalton driver, the officer smelled booze. Asked about the odor, the driver admitted she was drunk and shouldn’t be driving.

After failing a field sobriety test, the woman was arrested for drunken driving. She was also cited for weaving and having only one headlight.

Drunken driving: Pearl Road

On July 31, police noticed a speeding silver Honda CR-V on Pearl Road.

While talking to the driver, who slurred his words, the officer smelled alcohol. After failing a field sobriety test, the man was arrested for drunken driving. He was also cited for speeding.

Gun and drug abuse: Huffman Road

On July 28, police observed a 2010 gold Buick Lucerne with expired license plates on Huffman Road.

While talking to the Parma Heights driver, the officer smelled marijuana. During a search of the Buick, police found three small baggies of white crystals, marijuana, a gun and other drug paraphernalia.

The driver was arrested for drug abuse.

A Berea passenger was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon and having weapons while under disability.

Fraud: Stumph Road

On July 28, a Stumph Road resident called police after discovering that someone had stolen $3,500 from his bank account. There are no suspects. Police are investigating.

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