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Check Out Time: Hotel guest arrested for refusing to leave

Angela Green arrested for refusing to leave hotel room. (Source: Wickliffe Police) Angela Green arrested for refusing to leave hotel room. (Source: Wickliffe Police)
WICKLIFFE, OH (WOIO) -

 A 34-year old Cleveland woman was arrested Saturday after cops say she refused to check out of her hotel room.

Police were called to the Quality Inn, 28600 Euclid, because management needed help getting a couple of guests to leave.

Responding officers found that Brian Baker, 24, and Angela Green had rented room 253 the night before and were to have checked out by 11:00 a.m. and now would not leave.

Once there officers explained that they needed to leave or rent the room for another day but Green became loud and uncooperative.

Once outside police learned that Green provided a false name and continued to become loud and uncooperative.

After a brief struggle Green was arrested and transported to the police department where she was identified.

Green was charged with obstructing official business and eventually released on $354 cash bond.

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