Firework reports: 1/Catherine St., 1/Clare Ave., 1/Clement St., 2/Dunham Rd., 1/E. 146th St., 1/Kennerdown, 1/Lee Rd., 1/Libby Rd., 1/Library Lane, 3/Maplepark Dr., 1/Mayville Ave., 1/Nitra Ave., 1/Oakwood Dr., 1/Ramage Ave., 1/Reddington Ave., 1/Schreiber Rd., 2/Stanley Ave., 1/Steinway Blvd., 1/Tokay Ave., 1/Walvern Ave., 2/Waterbury Ave.
Now that school’s out, numerous reports involving juveniles: 2/assault, 1/attempted burglary, 6/disturbance, 2/domestic dispute, 2/domestic violence, 2/fighting, 1/fireworks, 1/found, 2/harassment, 1/jumping off roofs, 1/loitering, 1/menacing, 3/missing, 1/neighbor trouble, 1/noise, 1/psychiatric situation, 3/rock throwing, 1/shoplifting, 1/theft, 4/traffic complaints-offenses, 4/trespassing, 3/unruly, 1/urinating in public, 2/weapons offense
Sunday, June 28, 2015
1:58am – Female on Turney Rd. reported a black, INTOXICATED male keeps falling and his pants fell down. The 52yo male was transported to Marymount Hospital and was cited for DISORDERLY CONDUCT and being naked & intoxicated in public.
12:17pm – Report of GANG GRAFFITI on playground equipment at Southgate USA park. Damage was photographed and arrangements made to clean up the park.
12:22pm – Complainant from Longview Ave. stated she just witnessed three black male TEENAGERS trying to VANDALIZE and kick in the side door to the neighbors home (the neighbor is not home). When the complainant came to the door and started watching them, the subjects noticed and ran off into the backyard of the residence. Caller waited five minutes before contacting the police and subjects were gone upon officers arrival and unable to locate. There is damage to the side door and door handle, and someone removed a screen from a window on the back of the residence, but the window is still secure.
5:09pm – Report from Libby Rd. of a black male walking with a group of JUVENILES, carrying a large knife and stabbed into a tree. 12yo subject was located on Theodore St. and turned over to an adult.
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
10:32am – Report from Longview Ave of a theft from auto. Sometime overnight someone opened the UNLOCKED door and rummaged through the vehicle. Nothing was missing and the male was advised to lock his doors or park in the garage.
10:49pm – Several HANG UP CALLS to 911 from a residence on Erwin St. No answer on callback. Squad requested for male who fell, patient refused transport.
10:55pm – Open 911 call from same location as above, no noise on answer. Police responded, patient refused transport.
11:36pm – An officer observed the subject pull up to Dunham Rd. on Reddington Ave. and walked up to a tree in the front yard of a Dunham Rd. location and drop an object by a tree. He then walked away with another party and went inside Convenient Food Store. The officer stopped, went over to the tree and picked up the only item there which was a small plastic bag containing about 0.7g of marijuana. The 31yo male subject was stopped coming out of Convenient and cited for MARIJUANA POSSESSION.
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
8:50am – Vehicles vandalized overnight at Denemen’s Automotive Co. on Dunham Rd. Someone broke a rear window on a vehicle and stole a radio and also removed CATALYTIC CONVERTERS from several other vehicles.
12:01pm – Complainant from Beverly Ave. reported that sometime between 10pm-10am, someone threw a chunk of blacktop through her picture window, causing it to shatter. Complainant did not see or hear anything.
1:24pm – Theft of CATALYTIC CONVERTERS from DM Motors on Broadway Ave. Sometime between 3am and 4am, someone removed catalytic converters off vehicles in their parking lot. Complainant requests special attention to his lot and will be setting up new video cameras to assist in catching the suspects.
Thursday, July 2, 2015
7:24am – Report from Nationwide Car Care Ctr. on Warrensville Ctr. Rd. of ROCKS THROWN through the window. Sometime around 3:30am, someone threw chunks of blacktop through four windows at the business. There are no suspects, and the complainant is already in the process of replacing the windows with plexiglass.
2:56pm – Complaintant in the police lobby reporting fraud from his bank account. The complainant is using Google App to download games that he thought were free. He gave his bank information to the game site and everytime he plays a game he has to pay for what he is doing. He agreed to the terms. The male was advised to stop playing the games and money will stop coming out of his account.
*** 6:52pm – Report of a dog tethered for at least 6 six hours on Grasmere Ave. Complaintant will be reporting this incident to PETA. No water, no shade and kids on property throwing rocks at dog. Message was left for Animal Warden to check as officers could not get near the dog.
9:14pm – Report from Cato St. regarding a resident who has not been home all day and a dog has been tied outside all day, barking continously. Animal Warden notified.
9:47pm – Report from Kennerdown Ave. that a dog has been outside barking all day. Dog is kept in a half open garage, it is neglected. Message left for Animal Warden.
Friday, July 3, 2015
2:22pm – Employee from Taco Bell on Warrensville Ctr. Rd. reported 6 juveniles (two 15 yrs., two 14 yrs, two 13 yrs) will not leave the lobby. Subjects were being disrespectful and swearing. They were advised of TRESPASSING and that they are no longer welcome at Taco Bell.
5:34pm – Report from Lee Rd./Raymond St. of a black male who came inside the complaintants building and was knocking on doors asking about what gas/electric company residents used. He left on Raymond towards Broadway. Male was located at Earl and Greenhurst and was advised of SOLICITING LAWS in the city. Subject will not return.
***10:03pm – Another report from Grasmere Ave. regarding a dog barking since 11am and still has not stopped. Message left for the animal warden.
Saturday, July 4, 2015
12:58am – Officer reported seeing a suspect at the Prime Station on Lee Rd. who has capias’ with Maple Hts. police dept. Officer, with backup, advised the 33yo male subject of his OUTSTANDING WARRANTS (2 with Garfield Hts for assault and aggravated menacing (failure to appear)). He was taken into custody without incident and while being booked, a pill bottle with Oxycodone, not prescribed to him, was located on his person.