Friday, November 9, 2012
Information provided by the Bath Township Police Department.
A 35-year-old Copley man made patrons at Brubaker's Pub uncomfortable on Nov. 3 when he drank too much and became belligerent, according to a Bath Township police report. The man started yelling, causing other customers to leave and was warned by the bartender to calm down or he would get kicked out. The man then went outside and fell asleep on the pub's patio, according to the report. When the bartender found him outside, he asked the man to leave, and the man responded with more yelling, including threats, and refused to leave. When police arrived, officers cited the man with disorderly conduct. Officers escorted the man home, according to the report, and even then he continued yelling and threatening officers. The man has been banned …
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Information provided by the Bath Township Police.
A clerk at the Shell True North gas station hit the hold-up alarm on Oct. 18 when a drunk Copley man stumbled in and demanded alcohol, according to a Bath police report. The clerk could tell the man was drunk and refused to sell him alcohol, the report said. The man became angry, started yelling profanities and slammed his hands on the counter before walking out. Police caught up with the man walking west on state Route 18 toward Interstate 77. Police cited him with disorderly conduct and he was taken back to his home in Copley.
Monday, September 24, 2012
Information provided by the Copley Police Department.
Managment at Inn Place Suites in Copley-Montrose area called police to report a loud party that was being held in the building, according to a Copley police report. When police arrived, officers went to the party room and asked everyone to leave. Everyone cooperated except a 30-year-old Akron woman who began yelling at hotel guests and officers, the report said. She repeatedly yelled obscenities before finally getting in a car with a friend to go home. Officers followed the car with the woman in it until it stopped. The driver asked police to take the woman away because she was being too disruptive in the car. When the woman got out of the car, she was still yelling and was asked several times to quiet down before police attempted to …