PEPPER PIKE, Ohio — Car crash with injuries, failure to control, driving under the influence of drugs; child endangerment; I-271: Injuries did not appear to be serious at the scene of a Nov. 3 accident as three people, including a toddler, were taken to Hillcrest Hospital for evaluation. Around 9:30 p.m., a Twinsburg woman, 33, parked in the northbound berm with a disabled 2013 Volkswagen (Passat) CC was rear-ended by a 2015 Subaru Forester traveling at a high rate of speed. That driver, a Mayfield Heights man, 31, had a boy, 2, in the car, along with six Zubsolv pills — used to treat opiate addiction — and a tan powdery substance that was being analyzed at a crime lab. They were both listed on the report with possible injuries, while the Twinsburg woman’s injuries were described as non-incapacitating. Due to his allegedly impaired condition, the Mayfield Heights man was charged with child endangerment as well as suspicion of driving under the influence. Assist rescue squad, underage consumption of alcohol; Lander Road: Police and paramedics responded to an Ursuline College dormitory around 9 p.m. on Nov. 3 for a woman, 18, found to be highly intoxicated. She was taken to Hillcrest Hospital, and later served a court summons for underage drinking. If you would like to discuss the police blotter, please visit our crime and courts comments page.