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

Driving under suspension: 10
Fireworks complaints: 8

TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 2014

7:46am – An adult male was arrested on Dunham Rd. for the theft of a freezer from Gabor’s.

2:20pm – Call recieved from Dollar General in Southgate stating that a black male stole a black hat.  The officer located the suspect walking towards the RTA shelter on Warrensville Ctr. Rd.  The subject stated to the officer that he was going to punch him in the face and then turned with his fists raised. The officer used his baton and ordered the subject to the ground where he was then handcuffed.  It was discovered that the subject is schizophrenic and had not taken his medication.  Dollar General did not wish to pursue charges and the subject was released to his mother without criminal charges.

2:32pm – Complainant from Greenhurst Ave stated that he had just returned home from the hospital and discovered that someone broke into his garage over the weekend.  Items taken were a diamond electric sander and a circular electric sander, valued at $125 each. They also took a circular saw valued at $200. No suspects at this time.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 2014

1:16am – Three reports were received, all stating that gunshots were heard around the Watson Rd. area. Two reports indicated a subject laying on the ground.  Victim was transported to South Pointe.  Two Bedford Hts. units responded for mutual aid and searched the yards which resulted in a casing and live round found in front of a Watson Rd. driveway.  The area was taped off and area hospitals contacted for other victims.  None were reported.  One female witness was arrested and charged with obstruction of official business.  The victim’s cousin was also arrested because of an active warrant with Beachwood for contempt of court.
UPDATE! On Friday, June 27th, an 18-year-old man was charged with aggravated murder in connection with the  fatal shooting on June 25th.  Tavarre McClain allegedly shot 22-year-old Kyle Ross in the chest early Wednesday morning in the 20900 block of Watson Road.  McClain opened fire about 1:16 a.m. during a heated argument.  Ross died soon after at the South Pointe Hospital.   McClain is being held at the Cuyahoga County Jail on a $1 million bond.

5:54pm – Caller from Corridon Ave. reported a 2 1/2 yr old toddler roaming around the street. The child is home now and the mother was cited for child endangerment.

 FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 2014

5:08pm – Bedford PD was involved in a foot chase in our city on Sunnyslope Rd./Applegate Ave. with a shoplifter from Wal-Mart.  Suspect is a black male wearing a red shirt and khaki pants.  Subject was located and taken into custody in the area of the Sunoco at Warrs Center & Rockside

5:24pm – Complainant who resides on Summit Ave. and is going through a divorce and called from her place of employment to report that her husband and his girlfriend are at her residence removing property.  Complainant is enroute home and should be there in about fifteen minutes.  Officers found an active marijuana grow operation inside the residence and SEALE unit was contacted.  Both the complainant and her husband were arrested.

 SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 2014

1:13am – Anonymous male from Philip St. reported loud music.  Upon the officers arrival, the music and bass could be heard from the street. When the officer attempted to identify the resident she became very uncooperative. She was advised of the complaint and cited for disturbing the peace.

Thank you to the driver for stepping up and getting involved.

3:03am – Anonymous female reported that she was following a drunk driver in a blue Ford Explorer. She was on Broadway passing Remington College, turned left onto Greenhurst, right onto Raymond where the subject pulled into a driveway.  Upon officers arrival, the driver was standing next to his grandmothers Ford Explorer. Unfortunately the subject was not driving the vehicle and was never observed by officers doing so.  Nevertheless, the driver was found to have two warrants, and was taken into custody. Upon talking to the driver and his two passengers, it was discovered there were multiple open containers of alcohol. Found behind one passenger was a water bottle with whisky inside. He was issued a citation for open container. In the center console was a small glass with whisky inside. The  driver received a citation for open container. Upon administrative inventory of the vehicle, a small amount of marijuana, 0.6 grams, was found in the door pocket of the passenger side door. The same passenger who was cited for open container was cited for possession of marijuana.

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