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.

* Tows needed:  Sun. 1, Mon. 1, Tues. 1, Fri. 1, Sat. 1
* Snow parking ban violations: Sun. 1, Sat. 1
* Parking ban initiated: Sat. at 4pm
* Vehicles stuck in potholes: Mon. 1
* Vehicles stuck in snow (no tow needed): Tues. 1, Wed. 1, Thurs. 1
* Accidents: Mon. 2, Fri. 1
* Salt crews requested: Wed. at 5:19pm, Sat. at 8:04am

Sunday, February 15, 2015

12:34am –  An unoccupied turquoise Chevy Cavalier hit a pole on Libby Rd.  The 33yo driver of the vehicle was located across the street.  He was arrested and charged with operating a vehicle while impaired.

2:22pm –  Male caller from Maplepark Dr. stated his daughter’s child’s father is at the residence banging on the door and that he has a gun.  The 24yo subject took off running towards Rockside Rd. upon officers arrival.  The subject was located in the garage on Rockside Rd., arrested and charged with criminal damage.  At 5pm officers returned to the residence after the subject posted bond and returned to the apartment complex.  Subject was advised of trespassing and  left the property.

5:55pm – The 21yo driver of a black Chevy Impala was doing doughnuts while traveling on Warrensville Center Rd., he was also passing other motorists on the wrong side of the roadway.  The subject then pulled into Wendys and the passenger was hanging out the passenger window.  Vehicle pulled back onto Warrensville Center Rd. heading Northbound when the complainant lost sight of it.  Vehicle was located and stopped by an officer in the area of  Philip St. who saw the subject swerving on Raymond St. almost striking another vehicle. Subject denied being at Wendys earlier and was issued a citation for window tint and reckless operation of a vehicle.

Monday February 16, 2015

2:12am –  A traffic stop was initiated on Lee Rd./I480. The 34yo passenger stated she had insurance for the vehicle and reached into the glove box. While rummaging through paperwork, the officer observed a firearm in the glove box.  The officer drew his firearm and ordered both parties to place their hands on the dash board of the vehicle. Both parties were taken into custody without incident.  During an administrative inventory, an open container was located in the passenger side rear floorboard. The male was arrested for suspicion of operating a vehicle under the influence and the female passenger was arrested for improper transport of a firearm.

12:18pm – Female on Rochelle Ave. reported that she saw 2 parties in her neighbors backyard and they forced entry into the back sliding door of the residence. The males also had a blanket. Checks ok. The males the complaintant saw were the homeowner and his neighbor entering the residence with the dog who got its tongue stuck on its water bowl.

4:17pm – Female from Maplepark Dr. reported her vehicle was broken into.  Complaintant parked her car in her shared garage at 5:30pm on 02/14/15 and when she came back at 7:20pm, she noticed the garage door was open and her car door was ajar.  Someone had rummaged through the glove box and console.  The front driver door does not lock, so she left the door UNLOCKED. No items were missing other than loose change.  She also stated the door was ajar on her neighbor’s car who shares the garage. Her neighbor said she was  missing $30 cash, however they had not reported it.

Wednesday February 18, 2015

11:38am – 77yo male driver, stopped on Warrensville Ctr. Rd./Southgate Park, was cited for driving under suspension, arrested and charged with carrying a concealed weapon.

1:30pm – Female from Corridon Ave. reported someone broke into her UNLOCKED vehicle, noithing taken.

Thursday, February 19, 2015

1:34am – Female on Benhoff Dr. reported a white Mercedes parked in front of her house occupied by four black males wearing ski masks.  Upon officers arrival it was found that the males were parked waiting for a friend on the street. They did not have ski masks. The adults checked ok, however two juveniles (16yo & 17yo) were arrested and taken into custody for curfew.  One juvenile was turned over to his grandmother and his mother was cited for curfew. The other juvenile was transported home and his mother was cited for curfew.

Saturday, February 21, 2015

3:01pm – Officer with a disabled vehicle on Grasmere Ave./Broadway Ave. where 28yo male driver slid off of the road and got stuck in a snow bank. There was a strong odor of raw marijuana coming from inside of his vehicle and two small baggies of marijuana was found inside a bookbag inside the vehicle. The suspect was cited for possession of marijuana and failure to control.  Kellys winched the vehicle out of the snow.

5:03pm – Female on Schreiber Rd. found a small white dog freezing outside in her backyard.  The dog, Elmo, was returned to his owner. The owner of the dog was cited for animal at large.

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One Response to Policing Maple Heights

  1. Ann February 27, 2015 at 9:13 pm #

    Why bother with snow parking bans? #1. Maple residents have no idea what that means. #2. It isn’t enforced. Between the snow and the parked vehicles, it takes 3 to 6 tries to pull into my driveway

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