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.

Motor Vehicle Accidents: 17
Disturbing the peace reports: 16
Alcohol/Drug related reports: 8
Animal at large reports: 5
Rocks thrown at vehicles/structures: 7
Shoplifter reports at Home Depot: 3

Sunday, May 31, 2015

4:14am – Traffic stop conducted on Granger Rd./Maple Ave. where a search of the vehicle prior to tow, due to the 28yo male subject’s arrest for operating a vehicle while impaired, revealed 2 medium sized baggies and 1 small baggie of marijuana as well as a digital scale. The total amount of marijuana found was 45 grams.

7:22am – Report of loud music from a Dunbury Dr. residence.  Loud music could be heard upon entering the main front door of the building. The 30yo female subject was very uncooperative, refused to answer the door and then refused to open the door to talk to officers. After approximately 10 minutes, the subject went to the patio door to talk to officers and was cited for disturbing the peace.

3:41pm – Occupants of a vehicle parked in the Family Dollar parking lot on Broadway Ave. were reported using drugs inside their vehicle. A 40yo female suspect and a 28yo male suspect were arrested and charged with drug possession.

7:09pm – Intoxicated white 49yo female went behind the counter at Walgreens on Lee Rd. and created a disturbance in the photo area of the business.  Subject and her bicycle were transported home and cited for disorderly conduct/intoxication.

9:03pm – Complainant came into the police station lobby and reported some children entered a vehicle parked in the lot of Mikes Marathon on Lee Rd.  Subjects did not have a place to go to smoke marijuana, so they decided to go smoke in their vehicle which was parked at Marathon where it was to be repaired. Subjects were cited for possession and paraphernalia.

Monday, June 1, 2015

* 4 reports regarding Water flow problems/water pressure issues west side of Maple Hts.

5:52am – 23yo male called 911 four times because his car was towed for delinquent parking tickets. He was then booked into the jail and charged with 911 abuse.

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

8:14am – Complaintant from Dalewood Ave. stated she parked her car in the driveway at approximately 7pm and when she returned to her vehicle she realized that property had been taken. Complaintant stated the items taken were: $2,036 dollars in cash, a Samsung Tablet, Jessica Simpson sunglasses, a pink mace and taser (no make or model). There was no damage on the outside of the vehicle indicating forced entry.

7:23pm – While officers were in the Camden Rd. area on a previous call, they located a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed on Mayville Ave. Two 17yo male JUVENILES were arrested and transported to Juvenile Detention. Two guns were also found in the vehicle.

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

5:17am – Complainant from E. 141st St. reported a person attempted to enter her vehicle which was parked in her driveway and has the incident on her security camera footage. Complaintant stated she looked at her security camera footage and viewed a younger black male ON A BICYCLE try to open the doors on her vehicle. This happened at 3:42am. The male did not gain entry to the vehicle.

5:21am – Complaintant from Corridon Ave. reported two black males were inside of his UNLOCKED vehicle in his OPEN garage. When the two black males saw the complaintant, they got out of the vehicle and ran away. The complaintant confirmed that one male was ON A BICYCLE.

3:13pm – Complainant from Mapleboro Ave. reported four JUVENILES trying to break into a house at the corner of Thomas and Mapleboro. Four juveniles (19yo, 15yo & two 14yo’s) were arrested and charged with burglary.

3:19pm – Report of a large fight in the area of Prayner Rd. and Clare Ave. Bedford Heights was contacted for mutual aid. Four JUVENILE females, (17yo, 14yo, 13yo), were found to be involved and were transported to Home Depot and turned over to their mother who is employed there. The mother of the other involved fighter (14yo) was contacted, and both parents will handle discipline.

6:12pm – Group of JUVENILES fighting on the corner of Maple Hts. Blvd. and Milan Dr.  One of the juveniles parents is also present. Subjects were just out in the area and a vehicle pulled up and there was an argument. Subjects do not know who was in the vehicle, and the subjects were not very helpful to officers. Vehicle involved was no longer in the area, subjects advised to contact officers if they can come up with more information.

Thursday, June 4, 2015

(students last day of school)
6:43pm – 19yo female complaintant stated a group of teenage boys walking down Camden Rd. to Libby Rd. One 16yo male subject was carrying a bookbag with gun on his hip (lifted up his shirt to show the gun). Officers stopped 5 subjects at gunpoint on Maple Hts. Blvd. west of Clement St. One 16yo JUVENILE was arrested.

9:27pm – Officer heard a single gunshot in the area of Broadway Ave./Lafayette Ave.  Another officer reported hearing fireworks, and a third officer spoke with individuals who said a group of kids were throwing fireworks at cars in the area.

Friday, June 5, 2015

5:24pm – A vehicle on Catherine St. was UNLOCKED and stolen with no keys.

Saturday, June 6, 2015

2:55am – Officer out with a traffic offense on Libby Rd./Anthony St. A search of the subject’s vehicle, incident to arrest and tow, revealed two crack pipes and 2 grams of marijuana contained in a small brown leather pouch located in the trunk of the vehicle.   Also located, shoved under the passenger side front seat, was a plastic pink water bottle which contained ice and was approximately a quarter filled with an alcoholic beverage. Subject was issued citations for the above contraband and arrested for operating a vehicle while impaired.

11:44pm – Four JUVENILES , arrested on Libby Rd./Paine Ave. for curfew violation and turned over to their parents.

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