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.

 * Drug incidences: 4
 * Gun incidences (founded & unfounded): 7
 * Domestic Violence incidences: 14A

Sunday, April 19, 2015

11:06am – Complainant from Maple Hts. Blvd. reported 2 suspicious males possibly selling drugs or taking scrap metal from a business. Males are in a vehicle.  Upon officers arrival, one white male wearing an orange shirt and orange hat, took off on foot.  A few minutes later, an anonymous male called advising that the suspect ran in the area of Friend Ave. after taking off his shirt and hat, and is now wearing a blue shirt and ran through the backyards. Officers arrested a 50yo male and charged him with theft.

6:04pm – A white male wearing a blue or black hooded sweatshirt urinated on the One Dollar Only building off Libby Rd.  Employee confronted the subject, who then wanted to fight. Subject was seen walking across the parking lot of Home Depot, and was with a group of black males.  Subject was gone when officers arrived.

Monday April 20, 2015

1:22am – Loud music reported on Mountville Dr.  Music was excessive on Officers arrival and the 49yo female resident was cited for loud music.

1:09pm – Complaintant from Rockside Rd. reported theft of tools.  Complainant stated he was doing work on a vacant business and their work van was parked on the west side of the building.  Sometime over the weekend, the rear door to the van was pryed open and two STHL Chainsaws, one Dewalt Cirular Saw and a Green Trash Pump were taken from the vehicle. The complainant does not have serial or model numbers for any of the items but stated each item was engraved with the company initials PMC. The total value of the items taken was approximately $1,500.

Always ask for a solicitors permit.
7:13pm – Complainant from Krems Ave. stated a male, claiming to be a solicitor for an alarm company, came to her home around 4pm and inquired about her alarm, as well as a resident of the home. Solicitor only came to the complainants residence and did not stop at any neighbors residence. The complaintant  believed that the solicitors behavior was strange because he asked if this resident was the owner of the house. The complaintant was advised to call if she sees that male or any other solicitors in the area because they have to have a permit to solicit. 
7:22pm – Councilwoman Agee reported a black male urinated on her neighbors garage and then went to Applegate Rd. and was playing basketball with other boys.  Upon officers arrival, the juveniles were all playing basketball in the backyard and all live at the residence. They were advised of the complaint and their mom will be handling the discipline. Ms. Agee was advised. 

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

9:55am – Jay Honda lot on Rockside Rd. reported that 9 vehicles were damaged during the night by an unknown suspect who damaged the hoods.

12:22pm – Report of a 32yo black male and a 36yo white female asking for money at I480 and Northfield Rd.   The female was not seen soliciting, advised of the complaint and sent on her way.  The male was also not seen soliciting and denied soliciting.  Upon officers arrival, the male was drinking red wine from a paper cup while standing on the sidewalk underneath I-480.  He was turned over to North Randall PD on his warrant for failure to appear on theft charges.  He was also cited for open container.

2:53pm – Complainant from Stafford Ave. stated her vehicle was parked on the street and middle school students, on their way home, ran and danced around and on top of the trunk, hood, and very top of the vehicle.  The hood of her vehicle was dented as a result. The juveniles left the area prior to police arrival.

4:57pm – Complainant from McCracken Rd. stated a white male wearing tan pants was going door to door claiming to be from an alarm company.  The male did not have any company ID or permit with him.

6:35pm –  Female from Dalewood Ave. reported 2 juveniles were attempting to break into a house and one male made entry through a side window.  Dispatch made contact with homeowner and she is enroute home.  Officers arrested five juveniles, one was 14, two were 15 and two were 17.  The 14yo was turned over to his grandmother and the remaining four were transported to juvenile detention.

Wednesday April 22, 2015

6:41am – Female from Turney Rd. called to report a white truck hit a pole in front of her residence (the pole is sheared in half) and parties were trying to get out of the vehicle.  Several additional calls received.  One 24yo male was arrested and charged with operating a vehicle while impaired.

Thursday, April 23, 2015

4:34pm – Officer on Mayville Ave./Gardenview Dr. was approached by a male who was assaulted by a black male wearing a black jacket and a red hat.  Male matching the description was located walking through the old Raymond School lot on Raymond.  Subject was in possession of a cell phone that did not belong to him. Officers were unable to locate the victim.  19yo subject was intoxicated and placed under arrest.

7:29pm – Officer conducting a traffic stop on Raymond St.  Officer observed an open container of Don Julio tequila (375 ml) in the backseat and smelled a strong odor of marijuana emitting from inside the vehicle.  During a search of the vehicle, he located a green metal grinder in the center console.  38yo driver was issued a traffic citation and 2 misdemeanors for open container and drug paraphernalia.

Friday April 24 2015

It’s 3am . . . . do you know where your children are?
3:41am – Complaintant from Raymond St. reported her husband caught 2 males inside of her vehicle. The husband believes the parties broke into her neighbor’s vehicle also. Parties took off towards Anthony St.  and while officers checked the area, they found a dome light on and the driver door ajar on a Chrysler minivan and the vehicle looked rummaged through.  Officer was unable to make contact with anyone at the residence on Theodore St.  Complaintant believed parties attempted to break into vehicles on  Anthony but the doors were LOCKED (yea!) on the vehicles and entry was not able to be gained. Parties went to have a cigarette and saw a male open the door to the Dodge. The male did not have a chance to rummage through the vehicle, and then took off. There is nothing missing or disturbed in the Dodge. No further description except party was wearing black. Officers checked the area and were unable to locate anyone.

10:34pm – Male from Rocky Top Ct. reported a group of people parked their cars at one residence and went into a vacant residence.  Two vehicles were towed and 6 juveniles (five 17yo and one 19yo)were arrested.

Saturday, April 25, 2015

12:20am – While on a traffic stop on Warrensville Ctr. Rd./Mountville Dr. for operating a vehicle while impaired, the officer was rear ended by a drunk driver.  The officer was transported to Beford Hospital and the 52yo female drunk driver was arrested and charged with operating a vehicle while impaired.

2:31am – Officer called out on Watson Rd./Prayner Rd. with a 34yo male driver who was cited for driving under suspension, charged with operating a vehicle while impaired and has a warrant with North Randall for traffic offense.

9:14am – Officer on a traffic stop on Warrensville Ctr. Rd.  A 28yo male and 27yo female were arrested on their warrants with Cuyahoga County Sheriffs Office, Shaker Hts., Lyndhurst and Warrensville Hts.  The vehicle also had ficticious plates.

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