DRIVING UNDER SUSPENSION
* Feb. 8th: 4
* Feb. 9th: 3
* Feb. 10th: 0
* Feb. 11th: 2
* Feb. 12th: 2
* Feb. 13th: 0
* Feb. 14th: 0
Sunday, February 8, 2015
12:24am – Thomas St. neighbor reported someone was breaking into her neighbors house. Officers spoke, on the phone, with the resident of the house in question. The mother of the 17yo juvenile subject involved didn’t mind that boys were coming in and out of her daughters window.
3:56am – Female from Franklin Rd. reported an unknown male is ringing her doorbell and is currently sitting in front of her residence. Complainant signed a summons against the subject for disorderly conduct while intoxicated. 32yo male was transported to the RTA Transit Center to wait for his sister to pick him up or take a bus.
5:05am – Female from Raymond St. reported her child’s father is at her residence ringing the doorbell. The complainant wanted the subject gone and did not wish to pursue any charges. The subject is the male from the above report, he was transported to Shaker station.
4:15pm – Female from Meadow St. reported there are about 7 males outside her residence trying to break in her front door. Officers arrived and made five arrests; 2/cited for loitering, 1/charged with disorderly conduct, 1/charged with trespassing and aggravated menacing and 1/cited for loitering and possession of marijuana. Kelly’s towed a vehicle from Champion Tires on Granger where two males were arrested.
10:37pm – Officer conducted a traffic stop on Broadway Ave./Stanley Ave. where the passenger was transported to the station to wait for a ride and the 34yo driver was arrested and charged with operating a vehicle while impaired and improper transport of a firearm.
Monday, February 9, 2015
2:18pm – Anonymous male turned in a gun found on Lee Rd. The gun was reported stolen from Cleveland.
5:57pm – Female from James Ave. reported a suspicious male, calling from a blocked number, stated he was Sgt. Dabrowski with our police department and told her someone stole one of her checks. Male stated his name was Capt Demarco (different name?) and that the complainant lost a check which he located. The subject wanted the complainant to confirmed her check numbers on the bottom of the check and when she refused she called her son who advised her to contact the police.
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
12:14am – Warrensville PD reported a male (19yo) from Gardenview Dr. just walked into Southpointe Hospital and stated he was shot in the foot. A female (21yo) was arrested and charged with investigation obstruction. She also has an active warrant with Beachwood.
9:16am – Complainant stated her boyfriend followed her to this residence on E. Glenn, damaged her car and left in a black Chevy Malibu. An officer viewed the suspect vehicle proceeding eastbound on Rockside Rd. near Broadway Ave. and initiated a traffic stop. The subject was arrested and charged with Domestic Violence and Criminal Damaging. The subject was also cited as raw marijuana was found in the center of the dashboard behind the face plate of the radio.
4:52pm – White male on Clare Ave. going door to door. He was carrying a badge stating he was from an alarm company. Suspect was gone when officers arrived.
Wednesday, February 11, 2015
11:53am -Traffic stop on Warrensville Ctr. Rd./Libby Rd. for fictitious plates. The 25yo driver, stated he would like a ride to Bedford PD and wanted the purse that was inside of the vehicle. Inside the purse officers located 12.2 grams of raw marijuana in two plastic bags and a digital scale. Subject was cited for Marijuana Possession and Drug Paraphernalia. Kelly’s towed the vehicle.
7:02pm – White male (54yo) broke the front glass of the Prime Gas Station on Granger Rd. Officers located the subject who is intoxicated and transported him to his home on Granger Rd. Employee will get an estimate for the window, and the subject was issued a summons for disorderly conduct while intoxicated. His mom will be watching him for the night.
Thursday, February 12, 2015
10:03pm – Complainant from Stockton Ave. reported a citizen arrest was taking place. Complainant was trying to citizen arrest himself for an unknown reason. Complainant who is somewhat incompetent and also intoxicated. Caller has warrants with North Randall, Shaker Hts. and Lakewood.
Friday, February 13, 2015
1:45am – Occupied vehicle in the Mapletown parking lot. Two 16yo juveniles were arrested and turned over to their parents who were issued a citation for curfew.
4:18pm – Bedford Hts received two 911 calls stating 3 black males with guns were in their city. A third call came in stating the males are now at a Libby Rd. residence in Maple Hts. Three subjects were located walking on Southgate Park near Sunnyslope. Officers located a handgun and Bedford Heights PD was contacted for a mutual aid K9 unit to search the subjects. One 22yo male was arrested and transported to the Maple Heights Jail on his active warrant out of Euclid, and for investigation of Brandishing a Firearm / Disorderly Conduct. Subject was also concealing an “8-Ball” of Crack Cocaine on his person that was prepped for sale. Other subjects were brought back to the station to wait for a ride.
5:46pm – Group of six females were throwing trash all over the floor inside the new McDonald’s on Broadway Ave. and swearing at the management after being told to leave. Subjects left on foot walking North towards Friend Ave. and were gone when officers arrived. Employees will call if the subjects return.
Saturday, February 14, 2015
12:45am – Call from Lee Rd. S. reported loud music. Music could be heard when officers entered the apartment rear door. Officers could smell an odor of marijuana while standing by the doorway to the apartment, and a marijuana pipe was observed on the kitchen table. The 22yo resident was cited for Disturbing the Peace, Possession of Marijuana, Drug Paraphernalia and given a Maple Heights Mayor’s Court date.
4:15am – Loud music complaint from Gardenview Dr. was called in. Noise was not overly excessive, but the subject turned down the television, shut the window and went to bed.
3:44pm – Vehicles in violation of the snow parking ban. Snow ban citations were issued and vehicles were towed. (Beechwood, Maple Hts. Blvd.) A vehicle owner on Hansen paid Kelly’s towing for coming out, vehicle was not towed.
11:05pm – Female from S. Glenn Dr. reported the person plowing the snow across the street is pushing the snow in front of her door. Officers attempted to speak with the resident about her plow driver. She became upset that they knocked on her door, were asking her questions and slammed the door in their face. The complainant was advised to call if she sees the plow driver at the residence again so that Officers can speak with him.