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    • Drunk cyclist nabbed for urinating while facing traffic: Solon police blotter

      Disorderly conduct, Solon Road: At 5:15 p.m. May 20, police charged a Bedford Heights man, 46, with disorderly conduct after an officer saw the man, standing beside his bicycle, urinating on the road while facing traffic. The man, who smelled of alcohol, told the officer that he had "a lot" to drink.

    • NEWS Plastics Machinery Group buys steel fabricator, expanding

      Plastics Machinery Group, which buys and sells plastics equipment, is moving its machinery from a Cleveland-area warehouse into a steel fabricating plant, giving PMG more space and the ability to run machines, President and CEO Donald Kruschke said. Solon-based Plastics Machinery Group bought Loveman Steel Corp. in nearby Bedford Heights, Ohio, at the end of last year.

    • TA Associates to invest in MRI Software

      Solon, Ohio-based MRI Software , a provider of real estate software solutions, has agreed to secure funding from TA Associates . No financial terms were disclosed.

    • Motorist boxes in drunk driver, won't let him drive away: Solon police blotter

      Solon police arrested for OVI a man in the Market District lot who has seven previous convictions for drunk driving. Physical control of a motor vehicle, Aurora Road: At 5:15 p.m. May 10, pedestrians and motorists called police after seeing what appeared to be an intoxicated man attempting to drive from the lot of Market District, 34310 Aurora Road.

    • Solon man wants fast food and challenges waiter to a fight: Chagrin Falls

      Disturbance, Main Street: An angry Solon man, 34, wanted his food served quicker April 29. He cursed at the Yours Truly staff and challenged one worker to a fight. The restaurant banned him from returning.

    • Five teens show up high for high school: Solon police blotter

      Drug abuse, Inwood Drive: At 8:45 a.m. May 4, police were called to Solon High School, 33600 Inwood Drive, where five students arrived at school under the influence of marijuana. The principal questioned the students who admitted to smoking marijuana before school while at the Park East Apartments.

    • Fracking is topic of May 16 forum in Solon

      In this file photo, cattle graze near a drilling rig in Harrison County. On Tuesday, May 16, shale drilling will be the topic of a forum at the Solon Community Center.

    • After 32 years with Solon, City Service Director Tom Bandiera announces retirement

      With his upcoming retirement from the city after 32 years, it should be noted that Service Director Tom Bandiera and Solon go back even further than that. Bandiera grew up in Solon -- the son of another retired City Service Director.

    • Drunk woman says slurred speech caused by tongue piercing: Solon police blotter

      Solon police arrested a drunk woman who told them a recent tongue piercing caused her speech to be slurred. OVI, Aurora Road: At 12:40 a.m. May 3, police stopped a car driven by a Cleveland woman, 30, due to a license suspension.

    • Burr Oak neighbors urge city action on longtime vacant house: Solon council recap

      After council approved a $272,000 settlement to acquire right-of-way at the old Sunoco property Monday, residents of Burr Oak Drive asked the city to take some action on a long-vacant home there. "In the middle of a very nice subdivision sits a house that's been vacant for 10 years," neighbor Dale Feneli told council May 1. "It's a mess -- an abomination to the neighborhood."

    • Cuyahoga County's director of regional collaboration, Edward...

      Kraus currently serves on Solon City Council and also pulled petitions from the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections to run for re-election in the city's Ward 6. County Executive Armond Budish, who nominated Kraus to his county job in 2015, allowed him to retain his council position, though some officials thought it would pose a conflict of interest. Under state law, classified rank-and-file employees are forbidden from holding partisan political positions, a rule the county's first reform executive, Ed FitzGerald, made a point of enforcing.

    • Chagrin Falls Police investigate locker room thefts

      Theft, East Washington Street: Police expect to file charges against one or more individuals for stealing cash, credit cards and other items from book bags and lockers in the girls' softball locker room. The most recent theft was reported April 18. Aggravated Menacing, West Orange Street: A man felt that his neighbor's pest control application was making his wife sick.

    • High school administrators uncover brownie plot: Solon police blotter

      Drug trafficking, Inwood Drive: At 3:05 p.m. April 25, representatives of Solon High School, 33600 Inwood Drive, reported that a 16-year-old male student had supplied marijuana to a 16-year-old female student, which she then used to make marijuana brownies. The girl planned to sell the brownies to other students for a profit.

    • Solon man accused of choking woman, holding knife to her throat

      A Solon man told a woman that he is the devil when he choked her and held a knife to her throat, according to a police report. Michael Zalom, 38, is charged with felonious assault in the Monday incident at the Solon Motel on Aurora Road at Solon Road, police said.


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