POLICE REPORTS


• Feb. 10 at 1:15 p.m.: Tina Pekar, 49, of LaGrange, was arrested on an active warrant through the Oberlin police department. A report said Medina County sheriff’s deputies responded to a crash and Pekar was the operator of the vehicle. Deputies met an Oberlin officer to allow police to take custody of Pekar, who had four warrants on file including a bench warrant for contempt of court with no bond, theft, and criminal trespass, according to the report.

• Feb. 11 at 4:04 a.m.: Oberlin College security found a box full of contraband and gave it to police. A report said a jar with suspected marijuana, a blue metallic grinder, a scale, rolling papers, an ash try with suspected burnt marijuana cigarettes and a bong was found in the box.

• Feb. 12 at 1:06 p.m.: Carol Stricklan, 51, of Wellington, was charged with theft. She allegedly took several items worth $86.87 from Wal-Mart.

• Feb. 13 at 12:35 a.m.: Scott Munshower, 41, of Oberlin, was charged with operating a vehicle while impaired, state refusal, failure to reinstate, and failure to control. A report said Munshower had slurred speech, glassy and bloodshot eyes, and police could smell a strong odor of alcoholic beverages coming from him. Officers said Munshower refused to submit to any tests. An Oberlin dispatcher found Munshower also had an active “habitual alcoholic” suspension along with several failure to reinstate statuses and a history of operating a vehicle while impaired.

• Feb. 13 at 9:51 p.m.: A video game console, games, and controls worth $255 were reported stolen from a house on Grafton Street. A juvenile told police this was the second a game console has been stolen from her.

• Feb. 15 at 10:45 a.m.: Rhonda Lewis, 50, of Oberlin, was charged with driving under suspension and was arrested on an active misdemeanor warrant.

• Feb. 15 at 11:30 p.m.: Two black grinding devices and a ceramic ashtray with suspected burnt marijuana cigarettes and residue were found by Oberlin College security. Police took possession of the items and entered them into evidence, a report said.

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