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Cato Street North of Libby was blocked off yesterday (October 24, 2013) because of a weather-related downed live wire.

 Anyone having information related to any of these crimes should call the Maple Heights Police at 216-662-5884. 

October 14, 2013

A  bike was reported stolen from Milkovich Middle School on Thursday, October 10, 2013. Suspects were caught on camera and identified. There were additional bikes stolen that were not reported to the Maple Heights Police Department.

Shortly after midnight an apartment building on Clare reported a theft from the leasing office. An AC window unit was pushed in and $325 of cash was stolen as well as the hard drive containing security camera footage.

A follow-up report was filed on a Northwood Avenue burglary taking place on Saturday, October 12, 2013, to report stolen change and jewelry.

Shortly after 2 PM a Still weed wacker and a Red Max backpack blower were stolen from a landscaping company’s truck while the owner was working at Ohio Magnetics on Dunham Road.

October 15, 2013

A resident on the 14900 block of Brunswick Avenue reported that her water meter had been stolen.

A burglary occurred at a home on the 20800 block of Watson. The burglar entered the home through a first floor window that had been left open and stole a camera.

October 16, 2013

Auxiliary Police Officer was stuck by a vehicle at 7:43 AM while directing traffic at the intersection of Mustang Way and Lee.

A neighbor noticed that a vacant home on Krems Avenue had been broken into. Officers went to the house to secure it. No one was located inside. There was broken window that was reported to the building department to be secured and the third floor was so deteriorated that it could not be walked on.

Maple Heights Hardware caught on their security camera a suspect stealing an iPhone 4 from the front cashiers counter at 1:30 PM.

There was an attempted auto theft  from a 5200 block of Warrensville Center Road. The caller reported seeing a female drive off heading North in white car and a male jumping over her fence around 10:30 PM.

October 17, 2013

A caller reported 3 suspicious juveniles sneaking around a home near the Wash and Dry on Broadway. By the time the police arrived the juveniles were inside the home and collecting things in a backpack.  All three were taken into police custody.

October 18, 2013

A suspect in a prior theft at One Stop was sighted walking on Dunham. He denied the prior theft but had stolen items from Dollar General in his book bag.

A vacant home on Stanley was broken into. The building department was contacted to board up the windows. Copper piping was still intact.

A vacant home on Franklin Road was reported open and police were unable to secure it. The property had been “mined”.

A Patrolman was conducting a random license plate check on a vehicle near Granger and Beech and found that one of the owners had an outstanding warrant in Garfield and that the BMV image of the driver matched the driver, who was not wearing a seat belt. The Patrolman stopped the vehicle and the driver was turned over to Garfield Police Department.

October 19, 2013

At 12:30 AM a front window of a 19600 block of McCracken Road home was broken by a rock and the resident’s 2014 vehicle was spray painted.

A vehicle was stolen from a Walvern Boulevard home. The owner had left the vehicle parked in the driveway while out of town.

An observant neighbor noticed a suspicious male open a car door across the street and remove items. The juvenile had tobacco, marijuana and drug paraphernalia on his person when the officers found him.

October 20, 1013

UPS accidentally delivered two nightstands to a 5000 block of Philip home instead of a 14800 block of Lisa Drive home. Maple Heights Patrolman went to the first home and retrieved the nightstands.

October 21, 2013

Overnight a 1986 Chevy Caprice was stolen from the 19700 block of Raymond.

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