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Policing Maple Heights

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

Driving under suspension: 12

Operating a vehicle under the influence: 4

Sunday, September 21, 2014

4:02am –  Complainant on Elm Rd. stated his boyfriend pushed him into a wall and choked him during an argument over the complainant wanting more room to sleep on the bed.  Both were arrested and charged with domestic violence.

2:43pm – 911 hang up call was received from Corridon Ave. and an answering machine answered upon call back.  Upon officers arrival, five juveniles were found in the residence without any adult supervision. The children were 10 yrs. old, 9 yrs. old, 8 yrs old, and two 7 yr. olds.  The children had an argument and one of them called 911 and hung up.  One of the children advised officers that his parents went tailgating at the Browns game and they had been home several hours without any adults.  The other juveniles advised officers that their mother also went tailgating.  Officers were able to contact a relative to come to the residence to watch the juveniles. As officers were leaving, they observed one of the adults driving a large tailgating camper.  All subjects were issued citations for child endangerment.

6:30pm – Officer on Broadway Ave. reported a disturbance in front of the old Bi-Rite. A squad was requested for a male that appeared to be under the influence of heroin, subject refused transportation.  The driver was transported to Marymount for a blood draw.  Three arrests were made where all three were charged with drug paraphernalia, two were also charged with heroin possession and one was also charged with operating a vehicle under the influence.

Monday, September 22, 2014

1:02am – Officer conducted a traffic stop on Thomas St. and cited the driver for driving with out a license. Upon doing an administrative inventory of the vehicle, the officer located a open bottle of 375ml Hennessy. The passenger was issued a citation for open container. Both males declined a ride and walked away from the area. Kelly’s Towing towed the vehicle.

7:13am – Complaintant from Cato St./Raymond St. reported a suspicious white van with tinted windows that has parked near the bus stop area between 7:30am – 8am on school days.  Complaintant states his children have seen this van approx 3 times and are instructed to call when they see the van again. Special attention has been requested for this area.

It’s that time of year for scam artists.

3:43pm – Female on Longview Ave. reported that she received a call from someone claiming to be from the IRS who stated she owed $3800. The complaintant paid the money and then the person informed her the police would be contacting her due to her not paying legal fees.  The responding officer was able to stop one of the $500 payments the complainant made.

6:26pm – Male reported someone broke into his UNLOCKED vehicle at the Shell gas station on Warrensville Ctr. Rd.  An Android Galaxy 4 valued at $400, two pairs of gloves, a speed rope and a weight belt, valued at $150, were taken from the vehicle.  The surveillance video was not available to view, therefore the officer will stop back.

7:20pm – Fire Lt Teckmeyer reported that a passerby came into the fire station to report on 2 babies that were left in a vehicle near the Cuyahoga Beauty store on Warrensville Ctr. Rd.   The mother of the children was locate and issued 3 citations for endangerment. The mother left the children in the vehicle for approximately 15 minutes while she shopped in the store.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

3:18am – Officer initiated a traffic stop on Erwin St.  During an inventory of the vehicle, .2 grams of raw marijuana was located in the drivers side door along with a marijuana pipe.  The driver was arrested and charged with falsification and criminal simulation and was also cited for driving under suspension.  The subject also has warrants with Twinsburg, Cleveland and Sheffield.

7:22am – Officers responded to a silent distress alarm at a Dalewood Ave. residence.   Everything checked ok at the residence, but the subject was arrested for having 3 warrants, one with Bedford Hts., one with East Cleveland and the last with Mayfield Hts.

3:06pm – An employee of the Shell gas station on Warrensville Ctr. Rd. reported he was just robbed and the suspects left in a red vehicle in an unknown direction of travel.  As officers were speaking with the complaintant, they discovered that he wasn’t actually robbed today, he just said that so officers would respond faster because the manager was there to view a surveillance video (in reference to a previous incident) and the complaintant needed to leave.  He was arrested for misuse of 911 and making a false report.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Was this call necessary?

12:15pm – Squad call received from Gardenview Dr. from a female with a sore throat. Transferred to Bedford Hospital.

3:02pm – Call from Libby Rd./Maple Hts. Blvd. reporting a male in a gray pickup truck in the middle of the street and subject is attempting to fight juveniles. Unable to locate vehicle.

3:17pm – Female reporting from Cato St./Libby Rd. of an adult female and an adult male who jumped out of their cars and are encouraging their children to fight.  The group was located on Catherine St. and is most likely the same subjects listed in the report above. One adult male was arrested and charged with inciting violence.

9:40pm – Male reported he was robbed on Granger Rd. by four males, one of them had a gun. Two juveniles, ages 14 yrs. and 15 yrs., were arrested along with one adult.

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Numerous reports of fighting:

2:54pm – School crossing guard reported 4-5 females fighting at Libby Rd./Maville Ave.

3:01pm – Mr. Richey from the High School reported at least 30 juveniles gathered and he does not know if they are fighting.

3:02pm – Female called from Mountville Dr./Maple Hts. Blvd. and reported juveniles fighting.

3:11pm – Female called from Broadway Ave./Jefferson Rd. and reported at least 50-60 juveniles fighting.

3:17pm – Officer on Jackson Blvd./Dalewood Ave. reported he was in pursuit of a male wearing gray sweatpants.  Subject was caught in the woods behind a Dalewood residence.  Juvenile was arrested and charged with assault on a police officer.

3:24pm – Female from Elmwood Ave. reported 8-10 juveniles on bikes fighting in her driveway. Juveniles left headed toward the high school.

9:08pm – Officer was called out to Raymond St./Lee Rd. with a juvenile.  One adult was arrested and cited for curfew violation.  Two minor children (10 yrs old) were turned over to a third party.

Friday, September 26, 2014

Who needs friends like that?

3:13am – Complainant on Lee Rd. stated she can hear someone yelling for help outside her apartment building but cannot see the person, she can only hear them.  An officer located the subject laying on the ground outside the  apartment complex who stated she snuck out of the facility Broadway Care, with a friend, and the friend took her across the street and left her there.  Broadway Care was contacted and an employee came across the street with a wheelchair and wheeled the subject back home.

Saturday, September 27, 2014

12:48am –  Report of a house fire on Libby Rd.  Officers rescued the  resident of the upstairs apartment which was full of smoke due to food burning on the stove.  There was no fire, only burnt food on the stove and lots of smoke.

4:17pm – Complainant from Nitra Ave. reported her 14 yr. old daughter just left the residence without permission. The complainant did not go after the juvenile because she was on the phone. Juvenile was located and transported to her residence. Mother and daughter came to an understanding and the daughter has permission to be outside until 8pm.

5:58pm – Complainant from Philip St. came to the station to report her friend has been missing for approx a month.  Female was located. She is serving a 180 day sentence at the County.

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