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Anyone having information related to any of these crimes should call the Maple Heights Police at 216-662-1234.

January 14, 2014

1:55pm – A juvenile called 911 and stated that there was a murderer in the house located on Maple Hts. Blvd.  7 cars/8 officers responded only to discover that the juvenile was playing on the phone.

2:38pm – Realtor of a property on Highland Dr. called to report that someone had broken into the residence and had stolen all the copper piping.

9:31pm – Female on Lee Rd. called to report 3 pit bulls running loose.  Dogs were located and the owner was issued 3 citations.

January 15, 2014

3:44pm & 6:03pm – 2 calls in reference to a vehicle vandalized on Anthony St.   The complaintant stated that two vehicles were egged and the mirrors on one vehicle was damaged.  Complaintant later identified a juvenile neighbor standing in her yard who admitted to throwing pinecones and one accidentally hit the car.  There was no visible damage to the vehicle and the juvenile was instructed to stay off the property.

January 16, 2014

12:57pm –  A burglary, which happened on Jan.15, on Raymond St. was reported a day later, where approx. $6,000 worth of items were taken.  Entry was made through an UNLOCKED bathroom window.  Complaintant had already cleaned up the house when officers were notified. The complaintant made a written statement but refused further assistance.

2:58pm – A group of 20 juveniles were watching 2 juveniles boxing one another in the Wendy’s parking lot on Warrensville Ctr. Rd.  The group had broken up upon the officer’s arrival and all subjects dispersed in an orderly manner.

7:29am – A theft of money and a Nexus 7 tablet were taken from an UNLOCKED vehicle on Krems Ave.

January 17, 2014

9:34am – The caller on Friend Ave. called to report that someone drove into her garage door sometime overnight.  Tire marks were discovered through her neighbors front yard.

9:57am – An employee of Brite Metal on Industrial Ave. received information from a neighboring resident regarding a male in a pick up truck who is stealing metal from their yard. Thefts happen on the weekends.

Two calls received from Henry St.  The 1st call at 10:47pm stating that the claimant heard a gunshot and then discovered that his car window was broken.  The 2nd call came in at 11:17pm reporting a fight across the street.  There was a verbal argument between the claimant and unidentified parties about the broken window.  The unidentified parties were gone upon the officers arrival and the others were advised to go in for the night.

January 18, 2014

12:07pm – Copper piping was stolen from a Gardenview Dr. home.  The residence was secure 2 days prior.  No suspects at this time.

9:39pm – A call came in from the McCracken Rd/Warrensville Ctr. Rd. area reporting a black male walking on McCracken towards the Marathon Station with an axe.  The subject said he was hired to chop up some branches at a residence on Harvard. The subject was arrested and the axe was taken as evidence for safe keeping.

January 19, 2014

1:35pm – Female from Clement St. stated she heard a loud noise between 4am and 5am and she just noticed that there is a fire hydrant in her neighbors front yard.  There were no witnesses who saw the vehicle that hit the hydrant.

10:08pm – Officer observed a car parked in the back lot of Bel Vista Apartments on Clare Ave. that was occupied by two females.  While speaking to the subjects , he noticed a plastic bag of unused needles on the drivers seat.  After detaining the subjects, a search of the vehicle produced a foil pipe.  Citations were issued for drug paraphanalia, expired plates and expired license.  Both subjects were also arrested.

January 20, 2014

3:08pm – HUD inspector reported a break in at a vacant home on Longview Ave.  Copper piping was removed and placed in the basement.  Entry was made through a rear window.  No suspects at this time.

9:35pm – Female from Henry St. reported that her UNLOCKED vehicle was broken into.  No suspects at this time.

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