Call for help unfounded

On Oct. 4, Chagrin Falls police responded to a call from a Carriage Drive resident stating her ex-boyfriend was knocking on the door and threatened to hurt her.

Upon arrival, the female answered the door and advised officers she thinks she smoked too much weed. After investigating, police found no one else at the apartment. Officers confiscated marijuana paraphernalia from the apartment.

Teens caught with nicotine

Chagrin Falls officers responded to the shopping plaza parking lot on Oct. 9 for a report of juveniles smoking marijuana.

Two juveniles were detained for possession of nicotine and released to their guardians.

Threats with stick

On Oct. 10, a resident flagged down a Chagrin Falls officer on North Main Street to report an elderly man threatening people with a stick.

Described as wearing a neon green shirt, black shorts and red hat, the subject was located in the shopping plaza.

The officer reported the situation checked out OK and was a misunderstanding between the parties.

Pumpkins stolen in Chagrin

A North Franklin Street business owner contacted Chagrin Falls police on Oct. 7 to report pumpkins stolen overnight and wanted to advise the department of the incident.

Dispatch advised the caller that pumpkin thefts are an annual occurrence in Chagrin Falls.

Call for help

A woman contacted Chagrin Falls police through the call box at the station on Oct. 7 to report having backed into another car on North Main Street and left her name and number.

The officer reported the caller was gone on arrival and left a return message asking her to advise the department of her present location.

Verbal argument

An altercation between construction workers on Carriage Drive was reported to Chagrin Falls police on Oct. 7 by a caller who stated there were no weapons visible.

Police stated it was a verbal argument between two members of a paving crew, nothing physical had taken place and no threats were made.

The situation was resolved by separating the two workers, police said.

Chairs on roof

The manager of a North Main Street business contacted Chagrin Falls police on Oct. 9 to ask that they keep an eye on the building for mischievous juveniles.

He stated that he found chairs and tables on the roof and suspects whoever put them there was trying to access a freezer.

Sour notes prompt call

A male with a guitar described as “screeching and making noise” at a location on North Main Street was reported to Chagrin Falls police on Oct. 9.

Police located the male and a follow-up report noted “he is an awful singer but he isn’t doing anything illegal.”

Citation for dog at large

On Oct. 3, a County Line Road resident was walking her husky in Gates Mills and a loose pitbull attacked the dog. The husky was taken to a veterinary clinic, according to the report. The owner of the pitbull, Dwight Fritz, 53, of Gates Mills was cited for animal at large, the report states.

Phishing scam

On Oct. 1, a South Woodland Road resident reported suspicion to Pepper Pike police. The resident received suspicious mail from Chase Bank about paying a tax bill, according to the report. Chase advised that it was a scam, the report states.

Pursuit in Moreland Hills

On Oct. 10, Garfield Heights police were pursuing a vehicle traveling at 100 mph. The car was reportedly stolen at gunpoint and the chase began in Garfield Heights. There was a driver and two passengers in the car, according to the report. The driver struck a raised median on U.S. 422 and punctured the front and rear tires on the driver’s side. The car got off U.S. 422 at SOM Center Road and went northbound, the report states. Solon police requested that stop sticks be deployed at Hiram Trail and SOM and South Woodland Road and SOM. The pursuit ended at Creekview Circle in Moreland Hills north of Chagrin Boulevard and the driver and one passenger fled. The driver was found but the other passenger was not, police said.

Warrant served

On Oct. 1, Pepper Pike police met with Lakewood police to take custody of a man with a warrant. John Deskins, 50, of Bedford was charged in 2018 for receiving stolen property, theft from Heinen’s and theft of a trailer, according to the report. Pepper Pike police took custody of Mr. Deskins, the report states.

Driving without license

On Oct. 2, Pepper Pike police conducted a traffic stop at Shaker Boulevard and Brainard Road for driving under suspension. The driver, Jeffrey Norton, 56, of Cleveland Heights was cited for driving without a license, according to the report. He was taken into custody for a warrant with Chagrin Falls police and turned over to them, the report states.

Family trouble

On Oct. 4, Pepper Pike police responded to a residence for a nonviolent domestic disturbance. A couple was in the process of getting divorced, according to the report. The situation was mediated without charges, police said.

Mutual aid

On Oct. 7 around 1 p.m., Pepper Pike police provided mutual aid for Woodmere police on Brainard Road near Chagrin Boulevard. A man running with a gun was running around Eton Chagrin Boulevard, police said. Pepper Pike police shut down the road and collected witness statements.

Teen driver cited

On Oct. 9 at 10 p.m., Pepper Pike police conducted a traffic stop on Cedar Road at Cedarwood Road. The vehicle was stopped for no headlights at night. The 17-year-old driver of Woodmere was cited for no driver license. The driver and other juveniles in the car were turned over to their parents.

Mutual aid for fleeing

On Oct. 10 at 4 p.m., Pepper Pike police provided mutual aid to Garfield Heights police. They pursued a vehicle that went up SOM Center Road into Moreland Hills and crashed on SOM, according to the report. The occupants took off running, Pepper Pike police said. Pepper Pike residents reported seeing people running through their backyards, the report states. Police said two of the three men were found.

Theft from car

On Oct. 11 at 10 a.m., a man reported theft to Pepper Pike police. He said his iPhone and wallet were stolen from his car while it was parked at the Pepper Pike Learning Center, 32000 Chagrin Blvd., according to the report.

Belongings stolen from car

On Oct. 4, a woman reported theft to Woodmere police. She said she parked her car at her place of employment, the Apple store at 28849 Chagrin Blvd., around 9:30 a.m. When she returned to her car, two bags placed in the rear covered cargo area were missing, according to the report. The woman was having trouble with her key fob and said the car may not have locked. The missing items include a tote bag, two iPads, a computer monitor and various clothes and accessories, the report states.

Neighbor dispute

On Oct. 5, Woodmere police took a report regarding threats at a woman’s home. The woman said she has had issues with her downstairs neighbor since moving into her apartment at Beechmont Towers, 27621 Chagrin Blvd. The neighbor started pounding on her floor when she walked around, the report states. Around 3 a.m., the woman walked around to make food and the downstairs neighbor allegedly threatened her, according to the report. Police said the man came upstairs and the two yelled at each other through the woman’s door. Police advised the woman to record any other exchanges with her neighbor.

Identity theft

On Oct. 6, a Newbury Township female resident reported to the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office stating that someone used her information to open four Capital One credit card accounts, a mobile loans account, a pay off loans and Fedchoice Federal Credit Union account. The police report information was forwarded to credit companies according to the report.

Lost purse

On Oct. 6, a female made a report for losing a black vinyl purse somewhere on Madison Road between Montville and Middlefield Township. According to a report from the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office, the female had stopped at a laundromat and Sherwin Williams and stated that she may have left the purse on top of her car. The Middlefield Police Department was advised of the situation.

Neighbor complaint

On Oct. 7, a Newbury Township female reported to the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office that one of her neighbor’s kids came onto her property and proceeded to throw her lawn chair then leave. According to the report, the situation has been an ongoing issue for both parties. The resident stated that she was upset that her lawn chair was knocked over and the neighbor in question stated that it was an accident and plans to be more careful to avoid future issues.

Pursuit in Moreland Hills

On Oct. 10, Garfield Heights police were pursuing a vehicle traveling at 100 mph. The car was reportedly stolen at gunpoint and the chase began in Garfield Heights. There was a driver and two passengers in the car, according to the report. The driver struck a raised median on U.S. 422 and punctured the front and rear tires on the driver’s side. The car got off U.S. 422 at SOM Center Road and went northbound, the report states. Solon police requested that stop sticks be deployed at Hiram Trail and SOM and South Woodland Road and SOM. The pursuit ended at Creekview Circle in Moreland Hills north of Chagrin Boulevard and the driver and one passenger fled. The driver was found but the other passenger was not, police said.

Warrant served

On Oct. 1, Pepper Pike police met with Lakewood police to take custody of a man with a warrant. John Deskins, 50, of Bedford was charged in 2018 for receiving stolen property, theft from Heinen’s and theft of a trailer, according to the report. Pepper Pike police took custody of Mr. Deskins, the report states.

Driving without license

On Oct. 2, Pepper Pike police conducted a traffic stop at Shaker Boulevard and Brainard Road for driving under suspension. The driver, Jeffrey Norton, 56, of Cleveland Heights was cited for driving without a license, according to the report. He was taken into custody for a warrant with Chagrin Falls police and turned over to them, the report states.

Family trouble

On Oct. 4, Pepper Pike police responded to a residence for a nonviolent domestic disturbance. A couple was in the process of getting divorced, according to the report. The situation was mediated without charges, police said.

Mutual aid

On Oct. 7 around 1 p.m., Pepper Pike police provided mutual aid for Woodmere police on Brainard Road near Chagrin Boulevard. A man with a gun was running around Eton Chagrin Boulevard, police said. Pepper Pike police shut down the road and collected witness

statements.

Teen driver cited

On Oct. 9 at 10 p.m., Pepper Pike police conducted a traffic stop on Cedar Road at Cedarwood Road. The vehicle was stopped for no headlights at night. The 17-year-old driver of Woodmere was cited for no driver license. The driver and other juveniles in the car were turned over to their parents.

Mutual aid for fleeing

On Oct. 10 at 4 p.m., Pepper Pike police provided mutual aid to Garfield Heights police. They pursued a vehicle that went up SOM Center Road into Moreland Hills and crashed on SOM, according to the report. The occupants took off running, Pepper Pike police said. Pepper Pike residents reported seeing people running through their backyards, the report states. Police said two of the three men were found.

Theft from car

On Oct. 11 at 10 a.m., a man reported theft to Pepper Pike police. He said his iPhone and wallet were stolen from his car while it was parked at the Pepper Pike Learning Center, 32000 Chagrin Blvd., according to the report.

Identity theft

On Oct. 6, a Newbury Township female resident reported to the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office stating that someone used her information to open four Capital One credit card accounts, a mobile loans account, a pay off loans and Fedchoice Federal Credit Union account. The police report information was forwarded to credit companies, according to the report.

Belongings stolen from car

On Oct. 4, a woman reported theft to Woodmere police. She said she parked her car at her place of employment, the Apple store at 28849 Chagrin Blvd., around 9:30 a.m. When she returned to her car, two bags placed in the rear covered cargo area were missing, according to the report. The woman was having trouble with her key fob and said the car may not have locked. The missing items include a tote bag, two iPads, a computer monitor and various clothes and accessories, the report states.

Neighbor dispute

On Oct. 5, Woodmere police took a report regarding threats at a woman’s home. The woman said she has had issues with her downstairs neighbor since moving into her apartment at Beechmont Towers, 27621 Chagrin Blvd. The neighbor started pounding on her floor when she walked around, the report states. Around 3 a.m., the woman walked around to make food and the downstairs neighbor allegedly threatened her, according to the report. Police said the man came upstairs and the two yelled at each other through the woman’s door. Police advised the woman to record any other exchanges with her neighbor.

Lost purse

On Oct. 6, a female made a report for losing a black vinyl purse somewhere on Madison Road between Montville and Middlefield Township. According to a report from the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office, the female had stopped at a laundromat and Sherwin Williams and stated that she may have left the purse on top of her car. The Middlefield Police Department was advised of the situation.

Neighbor complaint

On Oct. 7, a Newbury Township female reported to the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office that one of her neighbor’s kids came onto her property and proceeded to throw her lawn chair then leave. According to the report, the situation has been an ongoing issue for both parties. The resident stated that she was upset that her lawn chair was knocked over and the neighbor in question stated that it was an accident and plans to be more careful to avoid future issues.

Belongings stolen from car

On Oct. 4, a woman reported theft to Woodmere police. She said she parked her car at her place of employment, the Apple store at 28849 Chagrin Blvd., around 9:30 a.m. When she returned to her car, two bags placed in the rear covered cargo area were missing, according to the report. The woman was having trouble with her key fob and said the car may not have locked. The missing items include a tote bag, two iPads, a computer monitor and various clothes and accessories, the report states.

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