Driver gives police United Nations driving license during stop: Brunswick police blotter



License expired, Center Road

A man was arrested at 1:31 p.m. on December 8 for having an expired license sticker on his work truck. The man handed over to the police a Mexican identity card and a license allegedly issued by the United Nations as an international driver’s license. Police contacted customs and immigration enforcement officers, who said the man was more than likely in the country illegally, but had no criminal history, and advised police to Brunswick to free him. The man was cited for lack of a driver’s license and expired registration and ordered to park the truck. Photos of the license and identity card were taken as evidence.

Assault, Sleepy Hollow Road

Police responded to a domestic incident on December 10 following 911 calls from a resident of the house and a neighbor. Police reported hearing the victim screaming from inside the residence and being forced to break in when the door was found locked. The suspect did not obey police orders and was tasered and arrested. He was taken to Summit County Jail under a pending warrant and charges are pending.

Disorderly Driving, Inner Circle Drive

Police responded to a disturbance at 11:30 p.m. on December 8 and questioned three men at the scene. One of the men said another man, who was intoxicated, tried to fight him in the apartment and then chased him as he tried to leave. Police cited the intoxicated man for disorderly conduct.

Expired Plates, Stanford Drive

A car was towed from the 1400 block of Stanford Drive at 11 p.m. on December 10 when police received a complaint that the van had been parked on the roadway for an extended period of time. The truck had expired plates and its owner was contacted and cited.

Drunkenness, Hickory Ridge Ave

Police were contacted at 11:50 p.m. on December 11 when a man who appeared to be intoxicated was seen tripping over the pavement on Hickory Ridge Avenue and Mulberry Lane. Police located the man, who reportedly admitted to being drunk and unable to maintain his balance and continued to fall. He was also found with marijuana and a metal pipe containing marijuana residue. He was taken home by the police.

Fictitious permit / interfering traffic, Pearl Road

A driver was pulled over by police at 7:36 a.m. on December 11 when officers responded Officers responded to the 1800 block of Pearl Road for a motor vehicle obstructing traffic on the roadway. Reports said the driver had a fictitious driver’s license and was cited and released.

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