Recent Crime News
Sunday May 17 | via Tallmadge Express
A 33-year-old Tallmadge man facing three counts in connection with the alleged surreptitious videotaping of female employees at Romeo's Pizza on Ravenna Road in Twinsburg was arrested May 11 around 11 p.m. in Arizona, after threatening suicide at the edge of the "Abyss," a site at the Grand Canyon. According to Twinsburg police, Paul M. Strebler, of Norton Road in Tallmadge, was talked off the ledge by negotiators and officers with the National Park Service, and was taken into custody without further incident or injury. Comment?
Monday May 11 | via Tallmadge Express
The police department issued warrants May 8 for the arrest of a 33-year-old Tallmadge man, accused of secretly recording at least two female employees in a pizza franchise bathroom with disguised video equipment. Paul M. Strebler, of Norton Road in Tallmadge and manager of Romeo's Pizza at 9637 Ravenna Road for five years in Twinsburg, will be charged with one felony and one misdemeanor voyeurism charge upon his arrest for the alleged surreptitious taping of the females, 20 and 17 years old, according to police. Comment?
Monday May 11 | via WKYC-TV Cleveland
Officials are seeking to arrest a Twinsburg pizza shop manager believed to have secretly recorded women inside the restaurant's restroom. Twinsburg pizza store manager sought on voyeurism charge Officials are seeking to arrest a Twinsburg pizza shop manager believed to have secretly recorded women inside the restaurant's restroom. Comment?
Wednesday Apr 29 | via Cleveland.com
A North Royalton man faces two felony charges after he broke into the second-story bedroom of a Twinsburg apartment building and attacked a sleeping friend. Anthony V. Coppola, 39, is charged with aggravated burglary and felonious assault in the Monday morning attack that he later confessed stemmed from a dispute over a woman, police said. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 28 | via Aurora Advocate
Building projects valued at just over $4 million are in the works after several building permits were issued in March. Two of the permits were for commercial projects -- interior alterations at the Aurora Inn worth $200,000 and hood suppression at Anna Maria worth $2,770. Comment?
Apr 16, 2015 | via Hudson Hub-Times
Aurora Community Theatre's production of the musical "Man of La Mancha" wound up being a reunion for Jack Warren of Hiram and Theresa Dean of Lakewood. Warren and Dean, who play Cervantes/Don Quixote and Aldonza/Dulcinea respectively, said they had been in numerous shows together when they were in college. Comment?
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