Here are this week's weirdest 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.
Repeat offender — It took just three hours for a Westlake man to achieve the unthinkable. Police arrested him twice in 180 minutes for driving under the influence.
First, police at 2:37 a.m. on Columbia Road for his erratic driving. His blood-alcohol content level was .144 at that point. His license was automatically suspended. He was released to his girlfriend.
Officers found him again at 5:24 a.m. on Hilliard Boulevard. He blew a .098 this time around. He had taken his girlfriend's car without her permission, but she decided not to press charges.
Still, the man faces marijuana and drug paraphernalia charges in addition to the DUIs.
Where's Brittany? — A Cleveland Heights woman woke up with someone next to her on July 19 — a complete stranger.
The homeowner told that she saw a woman she did not recognize early that morning. When asked what she was doing there, the surprise visitor asked, "This is not Brittany's house?"
The stranger told the homeowner that the back door was unlocked and she was not trying to break in. The resident allowed the stranger to make a few phone calls after things calmed down.
Foreign photographer — Strongsville Police banned an elderly man from for three months after a witness complained that the man had been of young women with his cell phone.
He took the pictures around 8 p.m. on July 21 and was with his daughter at the time, police said.
Since the man did not speak English, his daughter served as his interpreter. She told police that he did not understand American culture and meant no harm by taking the pictures.
An officer stood by and made sure the man deleted the photos.
Mad man — A man was visibly — and audibly — frustrated on July 22 in Mayfield Village.
Police received several calls that night that a man was standing on the yellow double line of Wilson Mills Road, . He was talking on a cell phone at the time, police said, but the motorists believe he was yelling at them and not into the phone.
Police eventually told him not to stand in the middle of the road.
Panties-clad man on Madison — Lakewood Police responded to a sight most would consider uncommon at 3 a.m. on July 22.
An area resident called to report a man walking near the 13300 block of Madison Avenue wearing nothing but a .
The scantily clad male told police he was simply trying to talk to a friend.