Here are this week's most bizarre police calls, reports and charges. All information was provided by police reports from departments in Patch communities. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
Not a happy ending
A man was arrested in Cleveland Heights on Feb. 3 after propositioning his masseuse to have sex with him.
He paid her $60 and gave her his identification before the massage was to begin, according to Cleveland Heights police.
She then left the massage room. When she came back, Williams was naked and asked her to put a condom on him.
She turned down the invite and refused an extra $60 Williams offered her, police said.
Williams dressed and fled, leaving behind his identification. The massage therapist called the Cleveland Heights Police Department and officers found Williams at a nearby intersection.
Officers arrested Williams and charged him with soliciting prostitution and misidentification. He also had two outstanding warrants for failing to appear in court.
An elderly driver jumped a curb, drove between two pillars and smashed through the front of the Stow Dollar General on Feb. 14.
She reportedly was trying to park and confused the gas pedal for the brake.
According to Stow Fire Capt. Mark Stone, the woman drove completely inside the store and took out rows of merchandise before screeching to a halt.
Neither the driver nor the customers were injured in the accident, said Stone.
Lakewood police were called to the local Subway where kids were reportedly throwing snowballs — with eggs inside of them.
However, the children had left the area by the time police arrived.