Maple Heights Police at Work in the Rain

Policing Maple Heights

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

Bike Report:

  • 8/18 – Warrensville PD with juveniles who have a stolen bike in their possession.
  • 8/20 – 2 bikes stolen on South Blvd.
  • 8/20 – Bike stolen on Raymond St. SER#GS080486230
  • 8/20 – Bike located on Libby Rd. SER#GS080486230
  • 8/20 – Bike stolen on Library Lane.
  • 8/22 – Bike stolen on West Blvd.
  • 8/23 – 4 bikes stolen on Stafford Ave.

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Was there a full moon???

  • 12:09am – Loud party w/8-10 people in the street.  All quiet upon officers arrival.
  • 12:25am – Two males fighting on Watson Rd.
  • 12:33am –  Female on Hansen Rd. having an argument with someone in a vehicle parked in the driveway.
  • 12:35am – Front window of a bar on Warrensville Ctr. Rd. was shattered and people were fighting in front of the business.
  • 1:07am – Loud party on Gardenview Dr.
  • 1:55am – People fighting at a residence on Watson Rd.

8:48am – Complainant on Hazelwood Dr. captured a male Rottweiler in her yard.  The owner of the dog came to the station to pick up his dog, a citation was issued.

10:13am –  Dollar General (Northfield Rd.) employee reported she was robbed at gunpoint by a black male wearing black jeans and a blue Nike hoodie. He has a mustache, approximately 5’11” and in his late 20’s. He left on foot and went towards Libby Rd and entered a silver/grey Suv parked in the lot of Lamplight.  No arrest was made.

7:23pm – Little boy on Corkhill Rd. was hit by car.  Rescue squad to Ahuja Medical Center.  Child was riding his bike westbound in the street on Corkhill Rd. and the driver of the car was traveling eastbound on Corkhill Rd. Driver had seen the 9 year old boy coming towards him so he stopped the vehicle. The child attempted stop his bike but could not and fell onto the pavement. The vehicle driver was unsure if the bike struck his vehicle.  Driver was not charged.

Monday, August 18, 2014

1:28am – Female from Mapleboro Ave. reported a tan vehicle pulling in and out of driveways and is now in the driveway of a vacant house with its lights off.  The subject was on the wrong street, he was looking for an address on Hazelwood. The male was standing next to the vehicle and was not seen driving. The vacant house checks OK.

THEN . . . . .

2:53am – An officer made a traffic stop on Lee Rd/Raymond St. with the same vehicle mentioned above. The driver was arrested for OVI.  During the inventory of the vehicle the officer located 4.9 grams of raw marijuana in the center console, and three open containers in the vehicle. The driver was cited for each.

10:42am – Officer stated there was a report of vandalism to the traffic camera on Warrensville Ctr. Rd.  Traffic cameras located on Broadway both checked ok with no damage found.

6:07pm – Female from Raymond St. called regarding juveniles on the roof of the home directly behind her.  Complainant called to the juveniles who signaled to her to be quiet because burglars were inside their home.  Complainant saw people come out of the home and get into a green Chevy Tahoe and leave heading north on Prayner from Raymond St.  Complainant was then advised that more suspects were still inside the home. Engine and Squad 1 responded to get the children off the roof of their home.  Officers were with two males at Clampher and Raymond St., and other officers were with the Tahoe on Warrensville Ctr. Rd. which was towed back to the station. One male was detained at Hillgrove and Warresnville Ctr. Rd. and one male was detained at Hillgrove.  Independence K9 was also used to track the suspects.  Three males were arrested, two for burglary and one had a warrant with Garfield Hts. obstruction, failure to appear and possession of marijuana.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

4:47pm – Theft of several catalytic converters off vehicles that are for sale in the parking lot of the Ohio Auto Connection car dealership on Broadway Rd.  Sometime last night 2 unknown males entered the property and removed  5 catalytic converters. There is video surveillance, however it is not good quality and officers were unable to make out face or identifiable characteristics. Officers will give the area special attention.

7:33pm – The complainant, who was walking his dog on Raymond St., reported that his dog was attacked by a greyish color pitbull that came from the backyard of a residence.  The complainant hit the pitbull with a baseball bat to get it off of his dog, and then the dog tried to jump at the complainant who again hit the pitbull.  The pitbull retreated, but came back and the complainant hit the pitbull a third time. The dog finally ran away but the complainants dog sustained a puncture wound in the top of its head. The dog was taken to a Vet Hospital and the complainant wants the owner of the pitbull to be held responsible for the $500.00 vet bill.  Officers responded to the Raymond St. residence and spoke to the son of the dog owner, who was not home, and informed him that the Maple Hts. animal warden would be in contact.  The dog owners son does not live at the residence and was unaware of how the dog got loose. The pitbull was not injured from being struck with the baseball bat.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

2:06am  – An employee of 7-11 on Libby Rd. reported trouble with an intoxicated 23 yr. old male customer who was combative.  Subject was transported to his residence and turned over to his mother who was advised of his actions. The mother will keep an eye on her son and will remind him that he was advised of trespassing.

2:39am – Complainant on Mapleboro Ave. reported a black male that is possibly high on something, is galloping in the street, yelling, and catching rain drops in his mouth.  The subject was the same 23 yr. old. mentioned above who was now arrested for disorderly conduct.

7:57pm – Complainant from Reddington Ave. reported that a female he was having an affair with just left a 3 month old baby on his front porch and left the area.  A 25 yr old female was arrested and charged with child endangering and violation of a temporary protective order.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

8:51am – Tony with the Service Department is on station and reported someone has placed “For Sale” signs for both traffic cameras located on Warrensville Center Rd.

10:59pm – While an officer was out on an earlier call on Forest Ave., he made a traffic stop on Maple Ave./Forest Ave.  where two subjects were in an occupied vehicle with the seats laid back. As the officer approached the vehicle, he saw that the two subjects were smoking marijuana. One was a minor, charged with possession of marijuana and was transported back to Maple Heights Jail, and the other was cited for possession of marijuana, charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor and also transported back to Maple Heights Jail.  Both were also arrested.

Friday, August 22, 2014

9:12pm –  Complainant from Glenwood Ave. stated he was walking home through the north driveway of Barack Obama Elementary, and two males attempted to steal the shoes off his feet.  Subjects assaulted the complainant, but were unable to remove the shoes.   Complainant ran home and reported the incident unfortunately he did not have any description of the subjects and does not know where they went.

Saturday, August 23, 2014

1:27am – Officers reported that they were flagged down by someone reporting a fight at the Legacy Lounge on Warrensville Ctr. Rd.  There was a gun located inside the vehicle.  The gun was a 45 caliber Ruger that was stolen out of Cleveland.  Two arrests were made, one for operating a vehicle under the influence and one for being in possession of a weapon while not legally allowed to be.  The car that was towed had New Jersey plates.

9:52am – Officers responded to a caller who reported a baby  was left alone in a car on Broadway Ave.  When officers arrived, they found two small children, a 5 yr old and a 7 months old, that were left in an unattended vehicle which was turned off and parked in front of Check Smart.  The mother of the children was located at a teller window inside of Check Smart and out of view of the vehicle.  She said that she doesn’t normally do things such as this; however, she only thought she would be inside of the store for a few minutes. From speaking with other individuals in the area, it was determined that the children had been left in the vehicle for at least ten minutes. The mother was cited for child endangerment.

9:03pm –  Complainant from Arch St. stated a solar light was stolen from her yard last night, and this morning the complainants husband found the light down the street and broken. Tonight the complainant witnessed four female juveniles take solar lights out of her neighbors yard, and then walk westbound on Raymond St. from Arch St.  Officers located the subjects on Raymond St. at Theodore, took the lights from the subjects and returned them to their owners.  Officers will follow up with parents/guardians to issue curfew violations.

10:19pm – Several 911 calls reported 5 gunshots in the Theodore St. area.  A residence on Theodore St. was having a party, and the mother at the residence would not let two males inside the party.  A short time later gun shots were heard in the area. No witnesses observed who may have fired the gun.  Then at 11:04pm several more 911 calls reporting 40-50 juveniles are back at that residence talking about fighting. The group dispersed prior to officers arrival.

11:25pm – Female reporting juveniles are fighting at the same Theodore St. residence mentioned above.  A citation for disturbing the peace was issued which was countersigned by the complainant. Officers spoke to several neighbors who stated when officers left groups of juveniles come back to the residence, congregate and attempt to fight the juveniles that are still inside of the residence.  There are a few juveniles left inside of the residence who are waiting on rides, and officers stood by in the area until the rides arrived.

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