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.

SQUAD CALLS
* Accidental: 2
* Refused/no transport: 14
* Transported: 49

Sunday, May 17, 2015

11:22am – Complainant stated he was walking on Southgate Park Blvd. when an unknown black male approached him and asked him for his bank card. The male had his hand in his pocket and stated he had a gun. The complainant did not see a gun and did not give the male anything.  When the complainant pulled out his cell phone to call 911, the suspect ran away. Units checked the area but the suspect was gone when officers arrived and was unable to locate. The complainant was highly intoxicated and had a WARRANT FOR FAILURE TO APPEAR for disorderly conduct.  He was placed under arrest and the record was cleared.

4:55pm – 2 GUNS TAKEN from a Schreiber Rd. residence.

11:51 pm – Garfield PD RECOVERED A GUN that was reported stolen from Maple Hts.  Gun was located in a vehicle while on a traffic stop. Gun is believed to be used in a robbery in Garfield Hts on 05/16/2015.

Monday, May 18, 2015

12:49am – Driver stopped on Broadway Ave./Lafayette Ave. and cited for DRIVING UNDER SUSPENSION.  Vehicle was towed.

1:42am – Driver stopped on Rockside Rd./Warrensville Ctr. Rd. and cited for DRIVING UNDER SUSPENSION.  Vehicle was towed and subject transported to residence in Bedford.

1:45am – Resident on Raymond St. reported their garage door was open and ITEMS WERE MISSING.  Subjects heard a noise outside approximately 1 hour before calling police and observed the garage door was open. Items missing; John Deere lawnmower (approximate value $600.00), and a Troy Built snowblower (approximate value $2,000.00). The side window to the garage was broken, and it appeared that was how entry was made into the garage.

3:03pm – Complainant was driving in the Mayville Ave./Libby Rd. area when JUVENILES threw a piece of asphalt and broke the driver side rear window on his vehicle.  Juveniles took off before officers arrived.

3:15pm – Complainant from Grasmere Ave./Jackson Blvd. area reported a group of JUVENILES fighting.

4:34pm – Report of a shoplifter at Giant Eagle on Warrensville Ctr Rd.  53yo female was observed taking a cart full of groceries, valued at $304.85. Subject was cited for SHOPLIFTING, she and her daughter were both advised of TRESPASSING and sent on their way.

9:02pm – Complainant from Anthony St. reported JUVENILES threw rocks at his residence and left on Raymond towards Clement. The witness was able to identify the subjects  No damage to residence. Area checked.

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

2:00pm – A white male suspect was reported by Home Depot on Libby Rd. for stealing sanding paper and a paint scraper, and now another white male is attempting to RETURN THE STOLEN MERCHANDISE.  Home Depot security was unable to stop the thief suspect before he made it outside the store, and the thief then went to a black pickup. Officers conducted a foot chase and caught the running male suspect.  Two arrests were made.

7:30pm – Complainant from Nitra Ave. stated a male wearing a red shirt and brown hat has a gun and is fighting a female.  Caller then hung up, so no further is available, and she has shut off her cellular telephone.  Subject was located and officers had WEAPONS DRAWN on him due to the call. The male was searched for weapons with negative results. Subject stated he recently had a heart attack and wanted the rescue squad dispatched. Rescue squad dispatched and subject refused transport.  This was a heated argument between family members, there was no violence and no one had any weapons.  The subject had a cellular telephone clipped to his waist band which is what the caller saw and though it was a gun.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

2:42am – While at the intersection of Raymond and Lee, officers observed a female walking north on Lee Rd.  She almost fell over multiple times and drifted from the sidewalk to the edge of the roadway nearly falling into the street. Officers stopped the subject and informed her that she was being cited for disorderly conduct due to PUBLIC INTOXICATION. Her speech was slurred and she could not stand well on her own so officers placed her into the back of the police cruiser and transported her home.

Oops!
4:12pm – Automobile accident on Broadway Ave. near McDonald’s.   Parties involved pulled off into the parking lot of  McDonald’s where the driver of unit #2, who was out taking a drivers exam,  rear ended another vehicle.  Unit 2 was cited for violation of ASSURED CLEAR DISTANCE AHEAD.

7:18pm – Female on Edgewood Ave. stated her 6yo grandson was throwing rocks and took off around the block (she followed him) and he refused to come home. While officers talked to the female, the grandson returned home but was refusing to come inside.  Complainant wanted the 6yo grandson arrested by officers for his behavior but was advised he could not be taken into custody and that he is her responsibility and she will have to take care of him.  She was also advised that she can check him into a medical facility if she thinks it is necessary.

7:32pm – Southgate Security officer reported a male threw a rock at the Conrad’s window and broke it. He then went inside of Kings and Queens Lounge and then went onto Sunnyslope where he was going onto people’s porches.  Officers located the 37yo suspect on Applegate where he was cited for MARIJUANA POSSESSION, arrested and charged with CRIMINAL DAMAGE.

 Thursday, May 21, 2015

2:42am – Female from Kenton Ave. reported that she was being harassed by parties who were outside in a silver Jeep. The parties have since left but the complainant will call if they returned. Complainant called back stating that the vehicle had returned, that they were threatening to fight her and that she thought she heard gunshots come from the vehicle. Upon officers arrival  the vehicle was stopped and all parties were detained.   A 19yo male was taken into custody, transported to the Marathon on Warrensville Center Rd. and turned over to Warrensville PD on an active warrant. All parties were cited for DISORDERLY CONDUCT. 17ro male was cited for curfew. No weapons located and no shots fired in the area.

 Friday, May 22, 2015

2:34pm –  A white sedan type vehicle was stopped at the red light on the driveway just South of Wendys on Warrensville Ctr. Rd.  Vehicle sat through three green light cycles  without moving and an employee of Wendys believes the driver may be intoxicated.  Vehicle was still sitting at the light on officers arrival and an open 12 ounce bottle of Budweiser beer was located in the rear floorboard behind the driver’s seat. The 27yo male driver was issued a summons for the OPEN CONTAINER, arrested and charged with OPERATING A VEHICLE WHILE IMPAIRED.

12:36pm – Complainant from Catherine St. stated she heard someone upstairs inside her house. Checks OK, screen fell out of the top window.

2:07pm, 2:46pm, 3:23pm  – Complainant reported his belongings are being thrown out of the residence he has been living in by the other occupants (1st and 3rd call) and a dispute arose over who owned the baby clothes (2nd call). Parties were advised that property disputes are civil matters. Eviction process was explained and a female was issued a citation for DISTURBING THE PEACE.

 

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