SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio
Unauthorized use of vehicle: Wilmington Road
A resident said Nov. 11 that her mother took her vehicle to pick up lunch for them, but she never returned. She said her 55-year-old mother suffers from a drug addiction and she was worried the vehicle may have been used in a drug related transaction. Reports indicate similar incidents at the residence have occurred in the past.
Theft: Warrensville Center Road
A Bayard Road resident was arrested at Burlington Coat Factory Nov. 11. The woman, 20, was an employee, who was accused of stealing $316 cash from a register.
Neighbor trouble: Princeton Boulevard
A resident said Nov. 11 that a neighbor has continuously been blowing leaves onto her property. The leaves were found to have been blown from under a wooden fence and the neighbor told police it was not intentional. He said he would contact the building department about violations on the woman’s property.
Inducing panic: Mayfield Road
A man, 41, was said to have been approaching people with what appeared to be a gun Nov. 12. Three reports were received before the man was taken into custody in the Marc’s parking lot. He was taken to the hospital for a psychiatric evaluation.
Assault: South Belvoir Boulevard
A woman, 22, reported at 5:35 a.m. Nov. 13 that she was assaulted by a 22-year-old East Cleveland man she had met earlier at a Euclid bar. The suspect was gone upon arrival and the woman was referred to the prosecutor’s office for potential charges.
Menacing: Winston Road
A woman reported Nov. 13 that she was stalked and threatened by her ex-boyfriend. A warrant for menacing was issued for the arrest of the 28-year-old man.
Domestic violence: Okalona Road
A Cleveland man, 31, was arrested for domestic violence after an incident involving a woman at her residence.
Disturbing the peace: East Antisdale Road
Officers responded to a residence around 10:30 p.m. Nov. 14 for a report of loud music. The homeowner turned the music down after being advised of the complaint, but then turned it back up before officers left the area. The man, 44, was cited for disturbing the peace.
Harassment: Cedar Road
A Lyndhurst girl, 17, said Nov. 12 that two females threatened to fight her at her place of work at Panera Bread. She only wanted the incident documented.
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