Pizza delivery at wrong house
On Sept. 13, Gates Mills police responded to a Berkshire Road residence for a report of an unknown vehicle in the driveway. The man was a pizza delivery driver at the wrong house, according to the report.
Man cited for speeding
On Sept. 17, Gilbert Cleavenger, 66, of Toledo was cited for driving 72 mph in a 45 mph zone on Mayfield Road near Chagrin River Road in Gates Mills, according to the report.
Money missing from car
On Sept. 20, a Dorchester Road resident reported someone had rummaged through her unlocked car parked in the driveway Saturday night or early Sunday morning. According to the Gates Mills police report, $10 and loose change was taken from the vehicle.
Verbal argument at hotel
On Sept. 18, Orange police responded to Extended Stay North at 3625 Orange Place Drive for a disturbance between a 21-year-old man and his 18-year-old girlfriend, both of Euclid, the report states. The man said that they had a verbal argument and he was holding a black duffel bag, which contained a Glock 22 handgun, according to the report. Police said that there was a warrant for the woman through Wickliffe police so Orange police turned her over to Wickliffe police. Both parties declined signing charges and the handgun was returned to the Euclid man.
Euclid man faces OVI charge
A Euclid man was charged with drunken driving in connection with a Sept. 15 incident in Solon.
At 1:37 a.m., police stopped a vehicle on SOM Center Road for speeding and a marked lane violation. The driver was traveling 54 mph in a 35 mph zone, according to the report.
The driver failed field sobriety tests and had a breath test reading of .08, police said.
Anthony Harris, 63, was cited for OVI, speed, marked lanes, seat belt and BAC, police said.
Identity theft for AT&T account
On Sept. 17, a 42-year-old Jackson Drive resident reported identity theft to Orange police. He said that he received an email on Sept. 5 from LifeLock to advise him that an account was opened in his name for AT&T U-verse in California, according to the report. The man told LifeLock that this account was fraudulent and he was advised to file a police report.
Criminal damaging warrant
A warrant was issued for the arrest of a Cleveland man for criminal damaging Sept. 15 in Solon.
At 9:53 a.m., Solon police said a man, 32, kicked the doors to the vehicle of a 27-year-old woman causing damage. He then left the scene.
A warrant was issued for the arrest of Anthony Cook, 32 for criminal damage, police said.
Canton resident charged with OVI
A Canton man was charged with drunken driving in connection with a Sept. 17 incident in Solon.
At 1:56 a.m., police stopped a car for following too close on Old South Miles Road.
The driver failed field sobriety tests and refused a breath test, Solon police said. An open bottle of alcohol was found behind the passenger seat.
Tyberious Thomas, 27, was charged with OVI with refusal, following too close, driving under suspension and open container, police said.
Firearm charge lodged
A Bainbridge man was charged with drunken driving and improper handling of a firearm by Solon police on Sept. 19.
At 1:38 am., police stopped a car on the Route 422 freeway for a marked lanes violation. Once an officer approached, the driver failed to advise police he had a loaded handgun in the center console, even though he did have a CCW permit.
He had a strong odor of alcohol, police said, and failed field sobriety tests and was arrested. He refused a breath test, police said.
Adam Hancovsky, 37, was cited for OVI/refusal, marked lanes, turn signals and failure to notify CCW. He was held on the improper handling felony five charge, police said.
Man stopped for speeding
A Solon man was charged with drunken driving in Solon on Sept. 29, according to police reports.
At 3:40 a.m., police stopped a car on the Route 422 freeway for speeding. It was clocked at 81 mph in a 60 mph zone. There was a strong odor of alcohol and the driver failed field sobriety tests and refused a breath test, the report said.
Noah Pollard, 18 was cited for OVI and speed, police said.
Unknown email reported
A Chagrin Falls woman called police on Sept. 18 to report receiving a suspicious email from a man asking for an autographed photo of a sports team she coaches and advice on how to handle the request.
The officer told her she was under no obligation to respond to the male.
Police charge man with OVI
A Bedford Heights man was charged with drunken driving on Sept. 20 in Solon.
At 10:49 p.m., police stopped a car on Harper Road for traveling left of center. There was an odor of alcohol and the driver failed field sobriety tests, police said. He submitted to a breath test which registered a .126 percent BAC.
Rawn Nash, 48, was cited for OVI, BAC and open container, police said.
‘Awkward’ acting man reported
On Sept. 17, a woman contacted Chagrin Falls police about a male who was acting suspiciously and walking around the area of North Main Street between the falls and Orange Street and may be the same man who had begun posting on her moms’ Facebook group.
The male was located in a restaurant and advised officers that he had a disability which, he said, makes him appear awkward and would try to stop doing the things the caller claimed.
Illegal dumping probed
Illegal dumping in trashcans at a Bell Street address was reported by a female who told Chagrin Falls police that the car seen in the area on Sept. 17 did not belong to any of the renters.
The license plate she gave the officer was not in the system. The woman was advised to get a better description of the suspect car next time it shows up and to take a cell phone photo if possible. There are no known security cameras in the area.
Woman falls in home
A passer-by heard screaming from a Carriage Drive home in Chagrin Falls on Sept. 16 and called police who found an elderly woman on the bathroom floor of her residence.
It was estimated the woman had been there for over 24 hours. The medical emergency squad was called and she was taken to Cleveland Clinic’s Hillcrest Hospital in Mayfield Heights.
Wife dumps clothing
The estranged husband of a South Russell woman called Chagrin Falls police on Sept. 15 to report she had come on to his Miles Road property and dumped his belongings on the front lawn.
He told officers he intended to go back to the marital home and remove the items himself and asked officers to advise his wife that he did not want her coming on his property, according to the report. Police reported the couple are divorcing and advised her that he still has the legal right to enter the marital home and remove his property.