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

June 8, 2014

Noise Disturbances: 2

Disturbances: 8

7:02am – Caller reported someone asleep in a vehicle on Raymond St. between Maple Hts. Blvd and Warrensville Ctr. Rd.  Officers found the subject sleeping in the vehicle with the hazards on and questioned the subject who stated his buddy was driving and had left him with the car. The subject had an open 12oz can of beer in the center console. The vehicle was towed for the parking violation and the subject was cited for open container and a parking violation.

June 9, 2014

Noise Disturbances:  1

Disturbances: 2

5:14pm – Upon officer’s arrival, a male was observed walking in circles in the parking lot of Best Dry Cleaners on Warrensville Ctr. Rd.  Upon seeing the marked patrol car, the male subject attempted to go into the employee entrance where an employee was standing by the door and refused his admittance. The subject still tried to walk in, however, the employee would not move and told him to leave.  Employees were afraid for their safety and that of the business.  The subject was cited for loitering which was countersigned by the employee. The subject was also advised of trespassing.

June 10, 2014

Noise Disturbances: 1

Disturbances: 2

5:55pm – Officer was conducting a traffic stop on Maple Hts.Blvd./Thomas St. and upon approaching the vehicle, he could smell the distinct odor of burnt marijuana. The officer could see a burnt marijuana roach in plain view on the center console, and upon conducting a probable cause search, several burnt marijuana roaches totaling 0.7g were located. Driver was cited for marijuana possession as well as his traffic citations.

Our tax dollars hard at work?

8:38pm – 911 Hangup call was received from a residence on Fairway Ave.  Upon callback the Officer spoke to an adult who reported her foster son called because he was refusing to take a shower.  Officers advised the child on the proper use of 911.

June 11, 2014

Noise Disturbances:  2

Disturbances: 4

2:42am – Officer was called to Raymond St./Warrensville Ctr. Rd. with an occupied vehicle at a traffic light where the driver appears to be passed out.  The driver was arrested for operating a vehicle under the influence and driving under suspension.

8:07am – Call was received from O’Reilly Auto Parts on Warrensville Ctr. Rd. reporting that 7 vehicles were vandalized overnight.  Sometime overnight someone broke the door handles off of all of the company vehicles.

8:49am – Call was received from Napa Auto Parts on Warrensville Ctr. Rd. reporting damage to vehicles overnight.  One of the vehicles had damage to the door handle and a flat tire. The other two had flat tires.

June 12, 2014

Disturbances: 7

4:20am – Officer observed two male subjects on a Catherine St. driveway.  As the Officer began to drive towards the two subjects, they ran back up the driveway and into the backyard where the officer saw a vehicle in the driveway with an open driver’s door. The vehicle was checked, but nothing appeared to be missing or damaged.  One of the subjects was wearing dark clothing and the other subject was wearing lighter clothing.  After canvassing the area, the officer stopped two subjects walking southbound on Theodore at Libby.  One subject was 17 yrs. old and the other was 19 yrs. old.  The 19 yr. old gave permission of a search of his backpack where 1.4 grams of marijuana was found.  He was cited for possession of marijuana and contributing to the delinquency of a minor and released on scene. The 17 yr. old was arrested for curfew and his mother was cited for the curfew violation.

10:4pm – Caller from Raymond St. reported a black male wearing a red shirt, dark pants, and holding a jacket in his hands, was just in the yard across the street from the complainant.  The caller believes he may have been getting ready to break into this vacant home, but was scared off when she pulled in and the motion light on the home switched on.  The subject is now standing at the corner of Northfield and Raymond.  The house was checked out and appeared to be ok.  The subject was gone when officers arrived.

11:06pm – While patrolling the area of Prayner and Raymond, in reference to the previous call, the officer observed a black male who was wearing a red shirt and blue jeans and carrying a jacket walking southbound on Prayner and Franklin. The subject was stopped and although he fit the description of the person of interest, he stated that he was meeting up with his 2 cousins at Prayner and Clare. All three males were out past their curfew, they were transported to their homes and their parents were cited for Curfew.

June 13, 2014

Disturbances: 1

5:30am – Complainant from Beechwood Ave./Maple Hts. Blvd. area reported a black female beating up a black male who was walking down the street. Caller does not see any weapons.  The female ran from officers but was caught at a Maple Hts Blvd residence.  She was arrested and charged with obstruction. The male has an active warrant with Cleveland Hts.

Two reports of theft from auto on Corridon Ave. were reported in the 8am hour.  The first incident involved a LOCKED vehicle that was entered through the driver side door with a tool used to unlock the door.  Taken from the vehicle was a black IPod Touch valued at $250.00, a handheld Magellan GPS unit valued at $300.00, a baseball glove valued at $69.99, and an unknown amount of raffle tickets. The subjects second car was also entered, but nothing of value was taken.  There were no visible fingerprints on either vehicle or on any items inside the vehicles. The second incident involved the complaintant stating that as she was coming up her basement steps, saw a male through her side kitchen window who was bent over in the driver’s seat. The complaintant went to tell her brother, but the male was gone when they returned a few seconds later. There were no finger prints seen on her vehicle or inside. Only a small amount of change was missing.

2:27pm – A Walgreen’s’ employee reported a shoplifter, black male wearing a brown/red hoodie who left on foot eastbound on Maple Hts Blvd.  Complainant stated that the male stole a pair of black and white 2XL Skullcandy ear buds. Officers located a male matching this description near Clement St. on Maple Heights Blvd. The subject willingly returned to Walgreen’s and was holding in his hands a pair of black and white ear buds. Upon arrival at Walgreen’s, the male admitted he had taken the ear buds. The store manager signed a citation for theft, and the subject was also advised of trespassing.

June 14, 2014

Noise Disturbances:  3

Disturbances:  3

Was police intervention needed or just common sense?

6:08pm – Neighbor from Vine St. called the complainants grandchildren (3 yr. and 6 yr. old) vulgar names and the neighbors daughter (7 yr. old) pushed the complainant’s grandchild.  The children can’t get along and the adults were advised to keep them away from each other.

10:14pm – Office was conducting a traffic stop on Warrensville Ctr. Rd. and during an inventory of the vehicle, the officer located an open bottle of Brandy Liquor, in the center console of the vehicle.  The driver was cited and arrested for driving without an operators license.

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