Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Information was provided by the Bath Township Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
An Akron woman is facing charges of child endangerment after she was caught driving drunk with her 13-year-old daughter in the car, according to a Bath Township police report. The woman's blood alcohol content was almost three times the legal limit. The Fairlawn Police Department called Bath Township Police on Nov. 11 about a possible impaired driver on Medina Road near Cleveland-Massillon Road, the report stated. Police caught up with Victoria Vozar, 34, and pulled her over. The police report stated the Vozar had glossy eyes and slurred speech. Vozar also performed poorly on field sobriety tests. Vozar was arrested for driving under the influence and was charged with child endangering because her daughter was in the car. The legal limit …
Saturday, June 30, 2012
We rounded up the three most popular crime stories on the site this week.
Everyone loves to read the police blotter, so we rounded up the three most popular crime stories we posted this week. 1. Two Medina Line Road juveniles were caught with nine marijuana pipes after someone parked against the flow of traffic outside their house. 2. A man distracted a Victoria's Secret employee while two accomplices shoved 20 pairs of underwear and 20 pairs of yoga pants into bags and ran. 3. An Akron man was charged with child endangering after leaving his 11-month-old baby in a car by itself on a 90-degree day.
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Information provided by the Bath Township Police Department.
Someone called the Bath Township Police Department Saturday to report a baby left alone in a car at Robek's, according to a police report. Turns out, the baby's father Kyle Garrett, 23, of Akron, was actually in Men's Warehouse getting fitted for a tuxedo, the report said. Witnesses said the 11-month-old was in the car for 10 minutes, and Garrett said the same. He told police he left the air conditioning on so the baby wouldn't overheat in the 90-degree weather, the report said. Police charged Garrett with a misdemeanor count of child endangering. He has no prior criminal record, according to Bath Township police Chief Michael McNeely.