On Sept. 8, a Newbury Township male resident on Crestwood Road reported to the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office that his neighbor’s dog had bitten his dog. According to the report, the incident occurred on Sept. 2 and a report was taken by deputies.
Female driver cited
On Sept. 8, deputies were dispatched for a report of downed wires on Aquilla Road in Claridon Township. According to a report from the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office, a female driving a 2014 Chevrolet Cruz had struck the wires with the front driver side of the vehicle, which sustained only minor damage. Deputies found that the driver had a suspended driver license and cited her for failure to reinstate.
Online theft reported
On Sept. 10, a Burton Township male resident on Snow Road reported to the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office that he bought a lawnmower online for $75 but $200 had been withdrawn for the transaction. According to the report, the resident stated he did not know who he bought the lawnmower from or if the company that was selling it was legitimate. The resident was referred to his bank to assist him with the transaction.
On Sept. 10, a Newbury Township male resident on Dora Drive reported to the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office that someone continues to damage his lawn by riding around a stop sign through the yard. According to the report, the resident stated that it has been an ongoing problem and it has happened six times in the last month. Deputies advised the resident to set up a camera in the area to possibly catch the culprit or to give deputies an idea of the type of vehicle being used to cause the damage.
On Sept. 11, deputies received a report of a 61-year-old male who cut his foot on Longview Drive in Newbury Township. According to a report from the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office, the male had his foot bandaged up but it was still bleeding. The male was transported to University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center.
On Sept. 12, a Claridon Township resident made a report about someone stealing items from a vegetable stand. According to a report from the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office, eggs and homemade bracelets were stolen from the stand and the resident wanted the incident documented. Cameras were installed at the stand.
Identity theft reported
On Sept. 12, a Munson Township female resident on Gates Post Lane made a fraud/identity theft report for someone creating an account then attaching it to her bank account and transferring money out of it. According to a report from the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office, the money was taken from the resident’s savings and transferred to a Wells Fargo account. Advice was given by deputies and phone numbers were provided to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and credit agencies.
Man speeds at 87 mph
On Sept. 7 at 12:30 a.m., Evan Vliek, 22, of University Heights was stopped on Mayfield Road in Gates Mills for driving 87 mph in a 45 mph zone, according to the report. Mr. Vliek was issued citations for speeding and reckless operation, the report states. He has a mandatory court date in Lyndhurst Municipal Court.
Gates Mills police received two reports of unwanted calls. On Sept. 7, a Gates Mills Boulevard resident said he received unwanted calls and texts soliciting him to join a dating website. Police helped him block the number. On Sept. 9, a Brigham Road resident reported receiving scam calls. An officer helped her block the phone number.
Fields damaged at US
On Sept. 5, University School officials contacted Hunting Valley police to report damage to their athletic fields. The school checked a camera system, which showed that a truck drove over the fields for about 10 minutes overnight, according to the report. Police got in touch with the car owner, who said that his son was home from The Ohio State University. The son said that he drove over some “trails” at the school, the report states. The school will determine if they will pursue charges or not.
Elderly man lost in woods
On Sept. 8, Hunting Valley police and the Chagrin Valley Fire Department responded to Squire Valleevue Farm on Fairmount Boulevard for a report of a lost man. A Mayfield Heights woman said that she dropped off her 84-year-old husband at the farm for a walk, according to the report. He later called her because he got lost. The man was unharmed and police returned him to his wife. The drone team and Ohio Search Dog Association were called out but canceled before they arrived, the report states.
Warrant served for prostitution
On Sept. 5, Orange police responded to the gas station at the intersection of Emery and Richmond roads for prisoner transport. Kayla Garcia, 32, of Parma had a warrant with Orange police for prostitution and was taken into custody by Warrensville Heights police earlier in the day, according to the report. She wasn’t feeling well and asked to be transported to a hospital. Ms. Garcia was given a Bedford Municipal Court date of Sept. 24 and was transported to the University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center, the report states.
On Sept. 5, Orange police responded to Pinstripes at 111 Park Ave. to locate a missing 15-year-old Cleveland male. He was found at Pinstripes, according to the report.
On Sept. 5, Orange police conducted a traffic stop on Lander Road for a car that drifted over the center yellow line four times. Police smelled alcohol and the man was unable to perform field sobriety tests, according to the report. Brett Mirman, 42, of Solon was cited for OVI and left of center, the report states. He had a Bedford Municipal Court date on Sept. 10.
Cited for expired plates
On Sept. 9, Orange police observed a car on Jackson Road with a validation sticker that belonged to another vehicle and the registration had expired. The driver, Terrence Reed, 51, of Cleveland had a warrant through the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office, according to the report. Mr. Reed was turned over to a deputy and he was cited for expired plates, the report states. He has a Bedford Municipal Court date on Oct. 6.
On Sept. 9, Orange police responded to a residence on West Ash Lane for a fraud report. The residents tried to contact Apple Care for a problem with their MacBook computer. They Googled a phone number and thought they were talking to an Apple representative, according to the report. Two hours later, the residents realized it was a scam and they had already paid the person on the phone $3,000, the report states. They contacted Apple and Huntington Bank to investigate the fraud.
Fight at hotel
On Sept. 10, Orange police responded to Extended Stay South at 3820 Orange Place Drive for a fight in progress. A 28-year-old man of Manchester, New Hampshire said he got in a fight with his ex-boyfriend, according to the report. When he went upstairs to pack up his belongings, police observed that the table in the room was flipped over, the mattresses were off the beds and there was blood on one bed. The other party, a 32-year-old man from Titusville, Ohio arrived on the scene, the report states. Both were advised that they were not welcome at the hotel. The 28-year-old man said he would like to press charges against his ex-boyfriend for injuries sustained, police said.
Theft from vehicle
On Sept. 11, Orange police responded to the parking lot at Pinstripes, 111 Park Ave., for a theft report. A 36-year-old employee did not recall if he locked his car during his shift or not, according to the report. Several items were stolen, including documents, equipment, clothes, gift cards, cologne and a backpack, the report states.
On Sept. 12, Orange police observed a car on Brainard Road with its hazard lights on near the Harvard Road intersection. The driver was asleep at the wheel and smelled of alcohol, according to the report. She did not successfully perform field sobriety tests and was arrested for OVI, the report states. An open alcoholic beverage was found in the car. The woman was transported to the Beachwood jail and refused to submit to a breath test. Police said Vera McNeal, 49, of Wickliffe was cited for OVI, BAC refusal and open container.
Personal injury report
On Sept. 2, Pepper Pike police responded to the RTA bus stop on Lander Circle for a personal injury report. The bus driver reported that an intoxicated man fell as he exited the bus, according to the report. No injuries were observed but he was transported to Cleveland Clinic Hillcrest Hospital, the report states.
Statue stolen from yard
On Sept. 4, a Gates Mills Boulevard resident reported a statue stolen from their front yard in Pepper Pike. There are no leads at this time, according to the report.
On Sept. 5, a juvenile resident on Shaker Boulevard reported threats on the internet. The Pepper Pike police are investigating the threats, according to the report.
On Sept. 6, Pepper Pike police arrested Katherine Dilley, 30, of Pepper Pike for OVI, according to the report. Another driver called police to report Ms. Dilley’s erratic driving. Police also found suspected marijuana in the vehicle, the report states.
On Sept. 7, a juvenile on Shaker Boulevard reported being blackmailed on the internet, according to the report. The investigation is pending with Pepper Pike police.
Animal at large
On Sept. 7, a woman walking her dog on Park Pointe Court said that a dog charged out and bit her dog, according to the report. The owner of the at-fault dog is paying for vet bills for the victim dog, Pepper Pike police said.
Trespassing at club
On Sept. 11 at 2 a.m., security for The Country Club at 2825 Lander Road advised Pepper Pike police that two people tried to enter the building after hours. Police did not locate the individuals and the investigation is ongoing.
Theft at store
On Sept. 9, Bainbridge officers arrested and charged a 30-year-old female with theft at Walmart on Marketplace Drive. According to the report, Brittany Holes of Garfield Heights attempted to steal about $247 worth of items from the store.
Maple Heights man arrested
On Sept. 8, Bainbridge officers arrested and charged a 20-year-old male with theft and possession of criminal tools at Walmart on Marketplace Drive. According to the report, Muhamma Abdul-Latif of Maple Heights was using a $3.98 barcode to scan items and attempted to steal about $125 worth of clothing and bedding items from the store.
Two females arrested
On Sept. 12, Bainbridge officers arrested and charged two females with theft from Walmart on Marketplace Drive. According to the report, 32-year-old Serell Canady of Euclid and 22-year-old Sarah Watkins of Cleveland attempted to steal $352 worth of items from the store.
Two residents reported sick or injured animals to Chagrin Falls police on Sept. 7.
An unwell skunk was found in a yard on Senlac Hills Drive and a disabled deer was located on a Greenbrier Drive property. Officers dispatched both after assessing their condition.
Chagrin Falls police assisted two families involved in domestic situations.
On Sept. 7, officers were called to Nob Hill Drive to provide an escort for a family member, and on Sept. 9 assisted in calming a dispute between a Kenton Road husband and wife. There were no arrests made in either case.
Man cited for DUS
On Sept. 8, a traffic stop on Bentleyville Road led to the arrest of a male found to be driving under suspension of his license.
Chagrin Falls police cited Jeffrey Norton, 53, of Cleveland Heights for DUS and released him with a mandatory Bedford Municipal Court date of Sept. 10.
Bank fraud reported
On Sept. 10, two Chagrin Falls residents separately reported unusual bank transactions which compromised their accounts.
An East Washington Street woman told police she wanted on record that her credit card had been used fraudulently. Later that day, an East Washington male told police a male had bounced checks in the amount of $3,200. Police are investigating.
Vehicle damaged at M Italian
On Sept. 12, the M Italian restaurant valet and manager contacted Chagrin Falls police to report a 2020 BMW had been damaged by another vehicle while located on the restaurant’s West Orange Street property. The owner of the car was advised of the damage on Aug. 26, police said.