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.
To report suspected drug activity contact the SEALE Drug Task Force Narcotics Tip Line at (440) 735-6595.

Sunday, November 16, 2014

4:14am – Two calls received from North Blvd. reporting an SUV that hit a tree, almost hit a garage and was stuck on the tree lawn of a corner residence.  44 yr. old male driver was arrested and charged with driving under the influence.  Vehicle was towed.

7:22am – Male caller from Janice Dr. reported that a vehicle struck a telephone pole and he believes that the driver may be intoxicated.  Officers responded and when the 24 yr. old male driver exited the vehicle, in plain sight was a clear plastic solo cup containing an alcoholic beverage. Driver was arrested for operating a vehicle under the influence.  Vehicle was towed.

12:29pm –  Officers conducting a traffic stop at Lee Rd./I480 discovered the 28 yr. old male driver was driving under suspension and his 24 yr. old female passenger had an active warrant with Garfield Hts. Municipal Court for failure to appear/disorderly conduct. Three small children were also in the vehicle and were transported to Maple Hts. Police station along with the driver to make arrangements for a ride. Vehicle was towed.

1:59pm – Male on Dunham Rd. reported a white Astro van near the back of Ohio Magnetics and believes someone is trying to steal scrap. He also saw a male dressed in black in the woods.  Vehicle was located on Dunham at Industrial. Two males, ages 60 and 30 yrs. old, were arrested and charged with hunting and discharge of weapon in city limits.

11:20pm – Officer initiated a traffic stop on Libby Rd. and identified the 23 yr. old male driver with an active warrant from Brookpark and his 22 yr old male passenger with an active warrant from Cleveland, both were arrested. While speaking with the driver the officer could smell a strong odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle. While conducting a probable cause search, one open bottle of Henessy under the front passenger seat was located. The driver was also issued citations for two headlights required, window tint and open container.

Monday, November 17, 2014

4:37am – Two calls received reporting a fire in the attic in a vacant residence on Dalewood Ave.  Fire Chief and Fire Prevention, East Ohio Gas  and CEI notified. Fire Marshall ruling arson.

11:25pm – Male (26 yrs. old) and female (25 yrs. old) were having an argument in a vehicle parked at the Circle K gas station on Northfield Rd.  Female was cited for disorderly conduct while voluntarily intoxicated and received a Maple Hts. Mayors Court date.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

8:45am – Complaintant on Franklin Rd. reported three males entered a vacant house next door.  Bedford Hts and Bedford were contacted for mutual aid.  The subjects went through the backyard of the house on Franklin and into a residence on Raymond Ave. Three arrests were made for burglary and a fourth arrest of a subject for warrants in Garfield Hts. for failure to appear and theft and in Maple Hts. for failure to appear and driving under suspension.  The Service department was advised to board up the window at the vacant residence and to pick up the items (hot water tank, furnace and dryer) from the Raymond Rd. backyard and return them to the vacant house on Franklin.

1:52pm – A 22 yr. old male subject was issued a citation for shoplifting from Home Depot on Libby Rd.  The complainant  stated that the subject came inside and selected $340.00 worth of roofing felt and then tried to push it past the point of purchase without paying for the merchandise. The subject was stopped and a citation was signed by the lost prevention officer. The subject was advised of criminal trespassing at ALL Home Depot stores.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

5:15am – Complainant from Maplepark Dr. reported that he parked his vehicle behind the building last night at approximately 6 pm, and at 5 am he started his vehicle and realized the catalytic converter was missing. The complainant is unsure if the surveillance cameras in the area are operational.  Officers will follow up with the property owner to try and obtain surveillance footage.

11:41am – Another complainant from Maplepark Dr. reported the theft of a catalytic converter from her vehicle.  Within the last 2-3 days, unknown person(s) removed the catalytic converter, no entry was made, there is no other damage to the vehicle.

Nice to know there are still honest people around.

9:54pm – Two officers were flagged down by a cab driver in the parking lot of the Police Station reporting a female left her purse in his cab.  The purse was turned over to the owner.

Friday, November 21, 2014

12:02pm – Liberty Ford (Warrensville Ctr. Rd.) employee reported theft from a customer’s vehicle.  A $7,500 dollar water compressor was left in the back of a truck that was being repaired. Liberty Ford Manager stated the vehicle was parked outside last night at approx. 5pm. When he returned to work the next day, the compressor was missing.  There are no cameras on the south side of the building but the manager would check to see if the cameras in the front of the building recorded anything.

3:20pm – Someone tried to break into a home on South Blvd. with a crowbar when they were interrupted by a Realtor attempting to show the property. When the Realtor arrived at the residence, a green SUV was parked at the dead end of Edinboro Ave. and upon his arrival, the SUV left. A plate number was provided. The plate, however, does not match to a green SUV and although the subject did not see the occupants of the green SUV on the property, he still wanted the incident documented.

10:24pm – Complainant on Lee Rd. S. picked up the subject from Kinsman. After she arrived, she decided she wasn’t going to sleep with him, so he wanted her gone. He was intoxicated and so he couldn’t take her home. Female transported to her residence on Kinsman Rd in Cleveland.

Saturday, November 22, 2014

1:02am – Female reported from E. 141st St./Granger Rd of two white bloody males in the middle of the street. Female stated that one male tried to rob the other male.  Garfield Hts. police called reporting a white male just arrived at Marymount Hosp. ER with a stab wound he sustained at Prime Station in our city.   Two armed auxiliaries accompanied the 24 yr. old subject to Metro Hospital (lifelighted) and then transported the subject to jail where he was booked.  An open knife was found in front of a Granger Rd. residence in Garfield Hts. and Garfield Hts. police located a bloody gun on the tree lawn of another residence on Granger Rd.

4:37am – Complainant from Sunnyslope Rd. stated he could hear a female yelling for someone to “call the police, he is beating me”.  Police responded and arrested a 35 yr. old male and charged him with domestic violence.

5:06am – Call received from Hollywood Ave. of a suspicious black male wearing dark clothing who went in the back yard of a vacant home.  Fresh tracks in the snow going up to the window were found upon officers arrival. Copper pipes appear to have been removed already and the male went through the rear window and left prior to police arrival through the front door.

9:51am – Male caller reported that someone hit a fire hydrant on Raymond St. and water is all over the street.  The vehicle is gone from the scene. The fire hydrant is broken off – water department was advised.

10:02am – While an officer was attending to the report above, he called out a vehicle accident into a tree and requested a rescue squad.  The subject was traveling west on Raymond St. and then lost control of her vehicle due to the extremely icy conditions. Her vehicle struck a tree in front of a residence on Raymond St.

2:40pm –  Report from Warrensville Ctr. Rd. of an old tenant who took all of the copper piping from the business.

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