Tuesday, November 8, 2011

best of the blotter: Don't Fear The Reaper

A Drake Road resident called police Halloween night when her 11-year-old son came home from trick-or-treating with a can of beer.

The boy pointed out the house where he received the beer.

Police spoke with a resident, who said when she arrived home, there were 10 or 15 kids at her house without permission. They took off running when she arrived.

She said she was not sure which of the teens offered beer to a trick-or-treater, but said she would speak to her sons about it.

The 11-year-old's mother said she did not want to pursue criminal charges. Police disposed of the beer.

OVI, LAKE ROAD: Police stopped a car on Lake Road near Columbia Road Oct. 30 at 12:44 a.m. for a traffic violation. The 33-year-old woman driver, who was dressed like Goldilocks, admitted she had been drinking at a costume party. After taking a field sobriety test, the driver was arrested for operating a vehicle while impaired. She will face charge in Rocky River Municipal Court.

An Avon teen may have gotten a bit too realistic with his Halloween costume.

Someone in the North Doovys called Avon Police around 6:17 p.m. Monday, during trick-or-treating time in town, that a boy about 14 years old, wearing a dark sweatshirt and jeans, was walking along the road carrying a real scythe.

Police talked with the boy, who took the scythe home.

1 comment:

Randal Graves said...

Oh, I'm sure they did dispose of the beer.

I'll never get tired of that song.