An Uber driver called Chagrin Falls police on Oct. 23 to report a female had gotten into his car on South Franklin Street, would not get out and he had to get to another job.
Police arrived to find the woman walking southbound on South Franklin Street. She told the officer she was on her way to her job at South Franklin Circle.
Driver on closed road
A Chagrin Falls police officer on Oct. 20 reported watching a driver ignore the road closed signs on East Washington Street. The officer ran the driver’s registration and found he was driving under suspension.
Justin Smith, 57, of Cleveland Heights was charged with the DUS and driving on a closed road.
His Bedford Municipal Court hearing was Oct. 23.
Report of screaming man
On Oct. 24, a Chagrin Falls resident called police to report her neighbor was screaming so loud she could hear him inside her house and was afraid he had anger issues.
She added he has been reported for playing loud music in the past. She did not want an officer to respond but did want the complaint on record.
Welfare check requested
A South Russell woman called Chagrin Falls police on Oct. 19 to ask they check the welfare of her adult son who was involved in a dispute with his father at his Chagrin Falls home the night before.
She said she was worried because her son had not been seen since.
Neighbors settle dispute
A Bell Street resident called Chagrin Falls police on Oct. 20 to ask they get involved in a dispute over a neighbor’s landscape lighting which was shining into his windows.
Police reported the neighbors decided to work out the problem on their own.
Aurora man charged with OVI
Chagrin Falls police received a call on Oct. 23 from Solon Road where a man said his girlfriend would not get out of his car and wanted an officer to intervene.
The woman said her boyfriend was drunk and she did not want him driving.
On interviewing the male, police learned that he had a loaded gun in the car and no concealed carry permit. He subsequently failed a field sobriety test and a blood alcohol test that measured above the legal limit.
Jerry Moore, 58, of Aurora was charged with drunk driving, physical control of his vehicle and improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle.
His Bedford Municipal Court appearance was earlier this week.
Police called to dispute
A Chagrin Falls man called village police on Oct. 28, to report he and another Solon Road male were in a dispute over a vehicle accident at the Citadel apartments and the other man was trying to leave the scene.
The male in question was identified as Shawn Neal, 46, of Chagrin Falls. who ultimately failed a field sobriety test, police said.
Police are also investigating an alleged protection order violation.
He was charged with drunk driving, a marked lane violation and having a blood alcohol level above the legal limit.
Mr. Neal had a Bedford Municipal Court date earlier this week.
Skateboarders have choice words
Three skateboarding juveniles were reported for ignoring demands to stop the activity in a private parking lot on East Washington Street on Oct. 23. According to the complainant, the boys were verbally abusive.
Police find loaded pistol in car
An East Cleveland man was charged with improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle Oct. 22 by Solon police.
At 2:23 p.m., a man was operating a vehicle with a window tint violation. He was found to be driving under suspension and a loaded pistol was found in the center console, police said.
Ochaq Price, 23, was cited for driving under suspension and held on the improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle charge, police said.
Euclid driver faces OVI charge
A Euclid man was charged with drunken driving Oct. 24 by Solon police.
At 9:05 p.m., police stopped a car on the Route 422 freeway due to a report of erratic driving. There was an odor of alcohol and the driver failed field sobriety tests, police said.
He submitted to a breath test which registered a 0.089 percent BAC.
Jack Young, 29, was cited for OVI, prohibited BAC and driving under suspension.
Rear-end car crash
A Cleveland man was charged with drunken driving in connection with a crash Oct. 26.
At 2:46 p.m., a car rear ended another vehicle on Solon Road and it was determined the driver was possibly under the influence, police said. He failed field sobriety tests and submitted to a breath test which registered a .152 percent BAC.
Todd Yuengst, 47, was cited for OVI, assured clear distance and prohibited BAC, police said.
Surveillance in park
On Oct. 24, Chagrin Falls police received a report of a male selling pills in Riverside Park and set up surveillance.
A suspect was identified and the investigation continues, police said.
No loading zone
Chagrin Falls police received a complaint about an unoccupied vehicle parked in the fire lane on Nob Hill Drive.
The officer was writing a citation when the driver appeared explaining he was unloading. He was advised to park outside the fire lane. The citation was not issued.
Summit drivers observed
Summit Street speed surveillance was observed between 7:15 a.m. and 7:55 a.m. on Oct. 23 in Chagrin Falls.
Of the 19 cars that traveled the street during that time, the fastest speed observed was 32 mph, according to village police.
Man seen on ledge
On Oct. 23, a caller notified Chagrin Falls police that a male was standing on top of the natural falls taking photos and it did not look safe.
Police responded the “individual removed himself from the ledge.”
A Greenhaven Street resident told Chagrin Falls police that people were taking photos of a home and claiming they were a crew from “60 Minutes” television show.
Police advised the people with cameras to stay on public property.