Trump sign stolen

On Nov. 1, a Chagrin River Road resident reported that a Trump political sign was removed from their front yard, according to Gates Mills police.

Warrants served

On Nov. 2, George Garner II, 29, of Parma turned himself in at the Bedford Police Department for two outstanding warrants with the Orange police, according to the report. The warrants include disorderly conduct intoxication and criminal trespassing, the report states.

Resident suspects squatter

On Nov. 2, a River Mountain Drive resident informed Moreland Hills police that there may be someone squatting in her house. She said that she found avocados and toilet paper in her basement, according to the report.

Unemployment fraud

On Nov. 5, a 51-year-old Orange Village woman reported fraud. She said that her employer, the Cleveland Clinic, advised her that someone was using her information to file for unemployment, according to the report. She was advised to call the Ohio unemployment office and file a credit report, the report states.

Woman slashes car tire

On Nov. 6, a 37-year-old Cleveland resident had a quarrel with their female passenger for unknown reasons, according to the Woodmere police report. One party threatened to harm another party and they pulled into the parking lot of Village Square and both parties exited the vehicle, the report states. Police said that the 35-year-old Cleveland woman pulled out a 3-inch pocket knife and stabbed one of the tires.

The woman also allegedly attempted to stab the other person, according to the Orange police report. The victim asked the clerk at Shell gas station, 27010 Chagrin Blvd., to call the police. Orange police found the woman attempting to hide inside Extended Stay North at 3625 Orange Place Drive. The knife was found at Shell, the report states. She was transported to University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center for breathing complaints. Woodmere police planned to cite her for criminal damaging and criminal tools but she had already left the facility, according to the report.

Warrant served

On Nov. 8, Chagrin Valley Dispatch advised Orange police that Parma Heights police had Jawuan Washington, 24, of Shaker Heights on a traffic stop, according to the report. He had two outstanding warrants with Orange police for failure to appear on traffic charges and possession of a controlled substance, the report states. Mr. Washington was transported to the Bedford jail.

Car crashes into Waterway property

On Nov. 8, Moreland Hills police observed a vehicle traveling westbound on Chagrin Boulevard near Chagrin River Road with an expired registration. The officer tried to stop the car near Gail Allison Drive but the driver increased his speed to more than 80 mph, according to the report. When the car entered Lander Circle, it left the roadway, went airborne through the grassy center of the circle and struck several vacuum towers, a pole and retaining wall at Waterway Carwash, 30299 Chagrin Blvd. in Pepper Pike, the report states.

Darnell Smith, 43, of Cleveland was transported to University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center, where the staff said he may have taken PCP, police said. A bag of marijuana was found in the vehicle, which was reported stolen by Painesville police, according to the report. Mr. Smith had a Bedford Municipal Court date on Nov. 10 for OVI, DUS, reckless operation, seatbelt violation, receiving stolen property and failure to comply with order of signal of a police officer, the report states.

Troublemakers reported at eatery

On Nov. 8, a man phoned Chagrin Falls police to report a group of males inside a local eatery refusing to wear facemasks, being confrontational and making others uncomfortable.

One remaining troublemaker was described as wearing jeans, a tank top and having several body tattoos.

The manager made a follow up call to report one of the guests threw a sandwich on the floor and made a mess inside the store and harassed employees.

She stated that while they had left the shop, the group may still be in the area. Police could not locate any members of the group.

Stroller left in park

Chagrin Falls police are keeping for identification by the owner, a two seat baby stroller found Nov. 5 on North Main Street near Triangle Park.

To claim the stroller call 440-247-7321.

Car door complaint probed

An Olive Street resident called Chagrin Falls police on Nov. 6 to report her father-in-law pushed her and tried to close his car door on her when she attempted to kiss her 15-month-old baby.

Police explained the incident occurred while the man, also of Chagrin Falls, was picking up the baby for his son who was at work.

Disposition of the complaint is pending.

Welfare check requested

On Nov. 2, Chagrin Falls police responded to a welfare check for a 16-year-old girl who had allegedly returned home from a party and was found unconscious in a shower, according to the report. Police said the caller stated that the teen could have been a possible victim of drugging who had awakened feeling ill and showing signs of lethargy.

The incident remained under investigation.

Suspicious paw prints probed

A male called Chagrin Falls police from West Summit Street on Nov. 2 to report finding black bear paw prints on the ground in his backyard and wanted to make the department aware of it.

There were no other reported sightings in the area.

Burglary reported on Liberty Road

Solon detectives were investigating a burglary that occurred on Nov. 3.

At 2:47 p.m., police responded to a residence on Liberty Road. Sometime that day, intruders pried open a side door and took a television from the home.

The detectives are investigating.

Arrest after accident

An Orange Village man was charged by Solon police with drunken driving on Nov. 3.

At 6:53 p.m., police stopped a car on Hawthorne Parkway for committing a stop sign violation and striking another vehicle. The other party had minor injuries, police said.

There was an odor of alcohol and the driver failed field sobriety tests and was arrested. He refused a breath test.

Kenneth Jaryga, 56, was charged with felony four OVI due to previous convictions, police said. He was also driving under suspension.

Man faces weapons charge

A Solon man faces weapons charges lodged by Solon police after a Nov. 6 incident.

At 8:33 p.m., a vehicle was stopped for speed on Pettibone Road. The driver had a concealed carry weapons permit, but did not advise officers he had a weapon, as required by law. A pistol was found in the center console and was seized.

Steven Reese, 36, was cited for the CCW violation.

Solon man charged with OVI

A Solon man was charged with drunken driving on Nov. 7 by Solon police.

At 7:32 p.m., police said they stopped a motorcycle on SOM Center Road that was called in to dispatch as weaving. The officer observed the same violation.

An odor of alcohol was present and the driver failed field sobriety tests and was arrested. He submitted to a breath test which registered a .087 BAC.

Angelo Amato, 70, was cited for OVI and prohibited BAC.

Disorderly conduct charges filed

A Solon man was charged with disorderly conduct on Nov. 8.

At 10:42 p.m., police responded to Edgemoor Avenue where a man was reported to be waiving hedge clippers at his neighbor in an aggressive manner. Officers responded and found him to be highly intoxicated and agitated, the report said.

Bryan Lea, 52, was arrested for disorderly conduct, police said.

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