Brian Lisik/special to cleveland.com
BRUNSWICK HILLS --- Theft, Fallen Leaf Trail: A man called police Feb. 14 to report a $1,000 check stolen from his home. The victim said he received the mobile check Jan. 27, which was automatically deposited into his bank account. The man said he then placed the physical copy of the check in a kitchen drawer. He said he noticed on Feb. 13 that his check had been drafted out of his account and deposited into an account at a different bank. He suspects someone stole the check from the drawer but was unable to get any information from the bank regarding what account it was deposited into. The incident remained under investigation at the time of the report.
Traffic crash/drug possession, Sleepy Hollow Road: Police responded to a one-car crash at 1:07 a.m. Feb. 9. The driver had lost control and hit a mailbox and a culvert. The driver was not injured but admitted to having marijuana in her possession when an officer questioned her due to "a strong odor of marijuana coming from her person." She was cited for failure to control and possession of marijuana after showing no signs of impairment.
Drug possession, Substation Road: Police pulled over a driver at 12:54 a.m. Feb. 13 for having expired plates. During a search of the car, the driver admitted there was marijuana and a pipe inside the car. The driver was cited and released.
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