Sunday, June 21, 2015
2:33am – Numerous calls received reporting a motor vehicle accident where a vehicle drove into a building on Lee Rd. Another caller stated the accident was on Friend Ave., in the parking lot of Food Deal and the car hit a street sign.
2:36am – Food Deal, on Libby Rd., alarm service reported a general alarm. Vehicle into the building. Vehicle left the roadway, hubcap from the vehicle was found in a Lee Rd. yard along with tire marks on the tree lawn. Vehicle also struck a no parking sign. Subject was transported to Metro Hospital.
3:25pm – 38yo female on Lee Rd. called father to tell him she got stung by a bee and wanted him to call 911. Subject was transported to Marymount Hospital.
Monday, June 22, 2015
9:02am – Complainant from Maple Metal Property & Recycling on Dunham Rd. reported a black male juvenile tried to steal a bike from their business. It was chained up in their scale room. He did not get the bike and left the business walking down Dunham toward Granger. They have the subject on camera. Officers checked the area but were unable to locate the male.
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
10:18am – Complainant from South Blvd. reported her car was ransacked overnight and the key won’t work in the ignition. Someone went into the UNLOCKED vehicle and stole a $125 out of the trunk of the vehicle, there does not appear to be any damage to the column, it just may be that the vehicle is older and the column is not working correctly.
* 11:20am – Theft from vehicle on Clement St. Sometime last night someone pried open the passenger side window and removed a tool box and a handicapped placard from the vehicle.
* 2:26pm – Complainant from Highland Dr. reported the theft of tools.
* 2:44pm – Complainant from Dowd Auto Supply on Lee Rd. stated someone stole his black Jeep Wrangler out of the parking lot sometime in the past five minutes.
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
8:37am – Female from Brunswick Ave. reported that her purse was stolen from her UNLOCKED vehicle. Items taken were a leather Coach purse ($500 value) containing a Visa card, Mastercard, and the complaintant’s social security card. Additional items reported missing are two birth certificates and social security cards for the complainant’s children. The complainant is also missing her prescription medication of Clozapine .5mg. An officer followed up with Speedway for possible video evidence which shows a short white female at the ATM, but could not withdraw money. The female then went into the store and made a cash purchase. The store employee did not recognize the female, but stated he would call if she returns to the store. At this time, the suspect is unable to be identified.
10:29am – Caller from Forest Ave. was concerned about his neighbor who left her dog tied up outside. The neighbor normally does not leave the pet out for such a long time. He knocked on her door and no one answered. The neighbor forgot to let the dog in before she left for work and the complainant will take the dog in until the neighbor gets home.
5:38pm – Caller from Waterbury Ave. reported a juvenile in the driveway screaming and yelling. The 11yo juvenile was upset grandma took his cell phone away.
10:57pm – Report from a Theodore residence of 10 gunshots heard and vehicles leaving the area. Complaintant also stated juveniles were running in all different directions. The shots probably came from a residence about 4 houses down from the complaintant where people are sitting in front. Two black males ran thru a neighbor’s yard on Theodore St. and were shooting in the air. Another call from Theodore St. stating three juvenile males were on his lawn shooting, and yet another call from Anthony St. advising several juveniles sitting on the porch next door to her. Male who did not want to leave his information reported there are parties in a truck that are sitting in the empty lot at Raymond and Lee. Shell casings were found at 4 different residences on Theodore. Four area hospitals were notified of possible gunshot victims, all reported negative.
Thursday, June 25, 2015
9:20am – Turney & Dunham Auto Service on Dunham Rd. reported 2 catalytic converters stolen from vehicles overnight.
Friday, June 26, 2015
2:05pm – Manager of apartments on Clare Ave. reported a tenant was riding an electric wheelchair in the lot with an open container of beer, complaintant also believes the tenant is intoxicated. Male is in the common area on the property and is OK at this time, however, a marijuana plant growing in the front garden was pulled out and placed into evidence.
4:08pm – Complaintant from Camden Rd. stated he was cutting the grass and left the windows open on his vehicle. Between 3:30pm – 4pm someone went inside his truck and took his smart phone.
9:48pm – Complainant from Benhoff Dr. stated he went into the house for three minutes and when he came back outside his bicycle was gone. He stated the bike was parked in his front yard by the front door.
Saturday, June 27, 2015
1:49am – Officer was clearing a call on Clare Ave. and observed an individual driving a vehicle, which was pulling into the parking lot of the apartments on Clare Ave. The officer knew that the driver had a warrant with the city and did not have a valid driver’s license. The subject was advised of why he was stopped and it was confirmed that he was not valid and did have a warrant with Maple Heights, N. Randall and Parma. He was taken into custody. The officer also located an open bottle of Hennessy Cognac in the map pocket behind the passenger’s seat. The passenger of the vehicle admitted the bottle was his and was cited for the same.
9:50am – A baby raccoon is on South Blvd., and has his/her head stuck in a soup can. Officer was able to free the raccoon, which then ran up a tree.
3:56pm – Caller from Philip St. stated two 17yo black male teenagers were in the backyard of his neighbors home and he is not sure what the two are up to. Subjects were using the electricity from the garage of this residence to charge their cellular telephones. No one was home at this time and the subjects were told to stay off the property. Officers left a note on the door for the resident to contact them regarding this matter.