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, April 12, 2015

12:20am – Disturbance on Warrensville Ctr. Rd. where caller heard two or three loud bangs in the area, he is not sure if it was fireworks or gunshots.

1:37am – Disturbance at Weave Lounge parking lot on Warrensville Ctr. Rd.  Verbal argument between parties, subjects were advised and sent on their way.

2:18am – 911 hang-up call from complaintant who stated officers were needed.  Caller was calling from cellular telephone, and the latitude and longitude placed the caller at Weave Lounge.   Area checks ok, officers did not locate anyone in the area who was in distress.

2:19am – Complainant #1 from Mayville Ave./Mountville Dr. heard seven gunshots from the area, she did not see anything.  Complaintant #2 also from Mountville heard seven shots.  Complaintant #3 again from Mountville heard eight shots.  Officers were unable to locate anything in the area.

4:12am – Complainant (off duty Cleveland Hts. Police Officer) is following two identical white vans in the area of Raymond St./Lee Rd. The 1st vehicle does not have their headlights turned on and vehicles are weaving.  Complainant followed the vehicles through various side streets and then a Maple Hts. Officer took over the pursuit of both vehicles from the lot of the High School.  One vehicle crashed into a pole at Broadway Ave./Waterbury where the male driver exited and 3 officers began a foot pursuit.  Two additional units pursued the other vehicle through more side streets until he pulled into a Maple Hts. Blvd. driveway, struck the home and got stuck in the mud.  Suspect fled but was caught on Grasmere.  Euclid PD notified to check the business address that vehicles are registered to, both vehicles possibly stolen with keys.  One 16yo black male was arrested and charged with fleeing and eluding.  No identification on second driver at this time.

 * 8:46pm – 18yo female foster child who is walking around stomping her feet and slamming the doors inside a Theodore St. residence.  Subject is upset because the complainant will not take her shopping at Wal-Mart in Bedford.  Complainant was advised to contact the agency that placed the subject in her home, and have them remove her.

Monday April 13, 2015

3:15pm – Two officers in the Clement St./Mapleboro Ave. area were involved with 3 males and called for back up.  18yo male suspect was arrested and charged with obstruction, resisting arrest and jaywalking.  The two other suspects, ages 15 & 17, were issued citations for walking in the street.

3:39pm – One officer in the Mapleboro Ave./Elmwood Ave. area with a male who won’t get out of the street.  The suspect ran but was apprehended on Hollywood.  The 17yo male suspect was arrested and charged with obstruction, resisting arrest and jaywalking.

 * 6:50pm – 74yo female came into the lobby to report she is afraid of a foster child at her Theodore St. residence.  Complaintant stated that her foster child yells at her and she is afraid.  Officer advised the complaintant on the Domestic Violence laws and to call the social worker to have her removed from the house. Complaintant will call if the subject is commiting Domestic Violence.

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

 * 10:02am – Complaintant from Theodore St. wanted to report her foster child as missing. The 18yo female left the complaintant’s residence yesterday evening and did not return home. Officers called the juvenile by cell phone. The subject was extremely uncooperative and would only say she was with her real mom before hanging up.  Officers made contact with The Mentor Network program and a message was left for the juvenile’s case worker.

3:09pm – Complaintant reported a large group of juveniles were beating up another male. The mother of the juvenile called from Libby Rd./Erwin stating that her son was just beat up.  Three juveniles, two 14yo’s and one 15yo., were arrested.

3:39pm – Someone attending Mayors Court parked their vehicle in the police only parking lot on the South side of the police station.   Vehicle was issued a parking citation and mayors court made an announcement to move the vehicle.

Wednesday April 15, 2015

L’eggo my… alfredo sauce.
12:41am – Complainant from Nitra Ave. came down to the station to speak with an Officer about an unruly juvenile (?).  Complaintant stated that her 44yo son is upset with her 17yo grandniece for using his jar of alfredo sauce.  Officer called the son, who was highly agitated about the missing alfredo sauce, and assured him that this was most likely an honest mistake.  subject disagreed and stated this happens all the time to him and this is not his problem.  The subject did state he was not going to be a problem and go to bed. The complaintant was advised if her son is confrontational about the alfredo sauce to call the Maple Heights Police Department.

7:14pm – 26yo male shoplifter in custody at Home Depot on Libby Rd.  He was cited for possession of Marijuana as well as shoplifting.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Really!?
5:03pm –  Complainant from Dunham Rd. in the lobby to report his 6yo child has been involved with sexual related situations with classmates at Abraham Lincoln Elementary.  Complainant was contacted by the school about his son’s poor behavior during class, including swearing and using sexual language. The father wanted an Officer(?) to speak to his son about his behavior.

Friday April 17 2015

09:09am – Male from Donnybrook Rd. reported when he pulled into his driveway two black males exited his back door and jumped the fence in the back yard. He has no further description of the males.  No arrests at this time.

Saturday, April 18, 2015

2:46am – Female, possibly intoxicated, driving around a gas station parking lot on Warrensville Ctr. Rd. and may have hit a pump.  After speaking with the gas station attendant and the male passenger of the vehicle, the 41yo female subject was arrested for operating a vehicle while impaired. Both the attendant and passenger witnessed the female driving in the parking lot and strike the protection pole next to the gas pump. Pieces of the subject vehicle were found next to the pole, and paint that matched the subject vehicle color was transferred onto the pole. No damage to the pole, only to subject vehicle.

4:46am – Bedford Police reported they are on Lee Rd. S./Corkhill Rd. with a male passed out behind the wheel of a vehicle.  48yo subject was arrested and charged with operating a vehicle while impaired.

5:52am – Call from Northfield Rd./Libby Rd. reporting someone slumped over the wheel of a black Nissan.  The suspended 29yo male driver took off on foot running towards Gardenview.  Bedford Hts contacted for mutual aid.  Smith & Wesson (Walther) 380 was located -stolen out of Chardon.  Vehicle was towed and the surrounding area was checked but the suspect was unable to be located.

3:33pm – Complainant from Homewood Ave. came home to find someone cut a screen on her home and the window is open.  Complainant has not been inside the residence and is waiting outside for officers arrival.  The screen was not opened.  It appears a bird chipped away the screen and went inside the open window to eat some bread which was on the counter in the kitchen.

6:17pm – Report of an accident on Miller Ave. where  a tree was struck and a fire hydrant was struck. Complainant also stated the driver at the time of the accident has exchanged seats with the passenger.  While conducting an administrative inventory of the vehicle, a small baggie containing marijuana was located under the driver’s seat.  The 27yo male drivver was issued a misdemeanor citation for possession of marijuana, no operators license, operating a vehicle while impaired and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

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