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.

* Abandoned: 2
* Accident: 7
* Damaged: 3
* Disabled: 3
* Driving under suspension: 3
* Hit/Skip: 8
* No operators license: 1
* Operating vehicles while impaired: 3
* Parking/Traffic complaint: 14
* Recovered stolen vehicle: 1
* Repo: successful/7 , unsuccessful/14
* Stolen: 3
* Suspicious: 4
* Theft: 2
* Tow: 2

* 911 hang up: 3
* Assault: 2
* Criminal damaging: 2
* Disturbance: 1
* Found: 4
* Loud: 2
* Missing: 4
* Property damaging: 1
* Theft: 2
* Traffic offense: 1 (blocking traffic)
* Trespassing: 7
* Unruly: 6

Sunday, June 7, 2015

1:54am – Call received from Raymond St. of a large group of people out in street fighting and there is alot of yelling. Another call was received regarding a large group of people yelling at each other. Upon officers arrival they were told there was no fight, just family members saying good byes. At 2:54am another resident called to report people outside being loud again.

What a lucky dog!
3:42pm – Animal was let out of an unknown vehicle near complainants house on Grasmere Ave. Complaintant took the dog in overnight and found a home for it.
5:01pm – Caller from Dunham Rd. found an older black/white and tan Beagle with a harness on. Has rabies tag but no identifier. Caller will take the dog to the vet on it’s tags. If anyone is looking for the dog they can contact the complainant via MHPD.

Monday, June 8, 2015

12:45pm – Male from Libby Rd. stated sometime over the past two days, someone broke out the rear window on the vehicle. Officer viewed the camera footage from 7-eleven, but it did not show anything.

2:02pm – Complaintant from Stanley Ave. stated an unknown subject broke the window to his back door. Appears to be vandalism and not an attempt to enter the home.

4:02pm – Resident from Tabor Ave. was upset about solicitor from ADT security and asked him to leave. Subject was located on Tabor Ave. where the subject stated he was stopping for the day and will get an application for a permit tomorrow.

4:55pm – Homeowner on Gerard Ave. stated she left her garage door open and the juvenile from next door entered her garage and took a basketball. Caller attempted to speak with juvenile’s sister and she began cursing. Subject returned the basketball and appoligized for taking the ball.

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

12:21am – Call received from Dunham Rd./Ramage Ave. of six black male juveniles running down the street who have just tried to steal complainant’s trampoline. The males were gone and unable to locate when officers arrived. Officers helped the complainant move the trampoline into the back yard.

8:05am – 19yo male subject attempted to steal $65.01 worth of merchandise from Home Depot on Libby Rd. Subject was issued a citation for theft, and was advised of trespassing.

3:35pm – Complainant from South Blvd. left her residence at 6am on 06/08/2015 and returned at 11am today. When she returned home she observed that 3 scooters and 4 bicycles were missing from her back yard. Complainant spoke to all of her neighbors and they informed her they did not see anything.

4:37pm – Resident on Raymond St. found a mountain bike locked to his tree.  Complainant will leave it there for a day to see if someone comes to unlock it and if no one does, he will cut the lock and contact MHPD have it picked up.

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

It’s 4am, do you know where your children are?
4:43am – Complainant from Lee Rd. S. reported someone across the street was playing with fire. Engine 2 responded to a 14yo male juvenile who set a plastic picnic table on fire. Subject was transported back to his home on Edgewood Ct and turned over to an adult.

6:13pm – Report from Giant Eagle on Warrensville Ctr. Rd. of a shoplifter in custody. The subject paid for two bags of chips and pushed a shopping cart out of the store containing $108.24 worth of groceries. The 50yo male subject was issued a citation for shoplifting and advised of criminal trespassing.

9:38pm – 31yo male complaintant stated he left his keys in his 2015 car and when he came outside the car was gone. Subject was cited for leaving keys in ignition unattended.

Thursday, June 11, 2015

5:51p.m. – Maple Heights Police responded to a shooting call on Lee Road near the intersection of Friend Avenue. A 22 year old black male victim was located who had suffered gunshot wounds. He was transported to the hospital and is currently in stable condition. The victim had been standing at a bus stop and was shot by a person in a passing vehicle. Witnesses stated a white SUV type (possibly a Dodge Journey) vehicle fled the scene at a high rate of speed northbound into Cleveland. Another vehicle was also seen fleeing the area at a high rate of speed into Cleveland and that vehicle was described as being an older model Chevy Tahoe that was dark blue with tan lower trim. Maple Heights Police Department is investigating the attempted murder. Anyone with information about the shooting can contact Maple Heights Police Detectives at 216-662.1234 or Crime Stoppers at 216-252-7463.

Friday, June 12, 2015

1:58am – Female from Maple Hts. Blvd. reported a male with a flashlight wearing a dark hoodie and winter hat attempted to gain entry into her vehicle and took off through the backyard of her residence. Complaintant reported 3 weeks ago she noticed pry marks on the driver side door, and today her granddaughter heard a noise, looked outside and saw the male in the yard. There was no entry gained into the vehicle, area was checked and no male was located.

5:12pm – Complainant from Stanley Ave. called to report that he located a flat screen tv behind his house in the woods.The complaintant stated he was walking in the woods at the dead end of Stanley Ave. and saw a flat screen television. This television was not reported stolen in any recent burglaries and the serial number was run through NCIC and found to be not in file. The TV was photographed and entered into found property. 32 inch Vizio flat screen placed into evidence.

8:55pm – Complaintant from Henry St. called to report theft from his shed. The items that were taken were, 1 Toro 22″ high wheel lawn mower $340.00, 1 Ryobi string trimmer $125.00, 1 Homelight string trimmer $99.00, 1 Homelight electric 14 inch chainsaw $59.00. Subject stated he went outside to get his lawn mower but when he got to the shed the lock was broken off of the door and when he opened the shed he saw that the 4 items were missing. The total value of the items was $623.00.

Saturday, June 13, 2015

12:39am – Traffic stop was initiated on Granger Rd./Libby Rd. Officer could smell an odor of raw marijuana and asked the driver to exit the vehicle. The driver stated he had a small amount of marijuana on his person. Inside the vehicle, two other bags of marijuana 24.2 grams, 2 digital scales, 1 marijuana grinder and 1 marijuana pipe were found. The 18yo male subject was cited for marijuana possession and drug paraphernalia.

4:11am – 2 parties were found sleeping in a red vehicle, which was running, in the front lot of 7-eleven on Libby Rd. A gun was found on one of the parties, a 25yo male subject, who was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon and drug possession.

10:57am – Traffic stop on Raymond St./Catherine St. where a 39yo male subject was issued a citation for driving under suspension and was taken into custody for operating a vehicle while impaired. Small amount of suspected cocaine was found, along with an empty semi-auto pistol holster on his belt and a hatchet in his waistband.  A 100mg capsule of Gabapentin was also found in suspects left vest pocket.

3:39pm – 11yo male juvenile shoplifter in custody at Giant Eagle on Warrensville Ctr. Rd. Bicycle the subject rode to Giant Eagle was brought back to the station and entered into evidence. Mother says bike is not his. Juvenile took a Gatorade value at $.88. Mother took custody of juvenile who was advised of trespass.

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