Pepper Pike, Ohio
Car Accident, Carrying a Concealed Weapon, No Operator’s License, Failure to Control, Hit-skip, Having a Disabled Weapon, Possession of a Controlled Substance: I-271
Police reacted to reports of two cars crashing on a northbound highway at 9:30 a.m. on 22 August, in which the occupants of the vehicle accidentally fled on foot. The occupants in the other car, from Shaker Heights, were not seriously injured after running off the road, with both cars emitting a large ODOT sign in the process.
Beachwood Police helped with the driver in their search for the suspects. A Cleveland man, 18, was found hiding behind Gross Schechter Day School on Fairmount Boulevard.
In his possession, police found a handgun, 23 grams of methamphetamine, suspected marijuana and a small amount of cocaine, as well as several sandwich bags, which Cuyahoga would use to pursue additional drug trafficking charges through a grand jury. May lead the county prosecutor’s office.
Warrant given: Lee Road
Pepper Pike police were called to Shaker Heights Municipal Court on September 1 when one of their arrestees, a 32-year-old Cleveland woman, allegedly arrived late for her trial, then became abusive with the judge, leading to a court hearing. The verdict resulted in contempt and a visit to a Beachwood prison. Pepper Pike’s original charge was leaving the scene of the accident.
Disseminating content that may be harmful to teenagers: Chagrin Boulevard
An Orange High School resource officer reported on August 27 that what appeared to be an air-dropped photo on a staff member’s cellphone – as would have been the case with someone else around with a similar app – was deemed inappropriate.
Driving Impaired: I-271
On August 28, around 11:15 p.m. sent to a car accident in the streets of a northbound highway, police found a 30-year-old woman from Rome (Ohio) and a suspected controlled substance, a mixture of heroin, fentanyl was testing positive for and cocaine. The case is now going to the county prosecutor’s office to review possible felony charges.
— Police responded to a car accident earlier shortly after midnight on August 24 and found a 27-year-old Cleveland man showing signs of harm, as well as a loaded handgun. As a result, he was charged with OVI and improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle.
Passing Bad Test: Pinetree Road
Loss prevention officials with Heenan’s Markets reported on August 20 that the two women had passed a pair of bad checks worth about $450 in grocery purchases.
Police are looking for any direct links to similar crimes at Heenan’s stores in Rocky River, Strongsville and Willoughby.
Mental Status: Belcourt Road
Police and doctors responded to a 33-year-old man with suicidal ideation who was found on the street around 5 a.m. on August 21. He was taken to Ahuja Medical Center for further evaluation.
Squad Call, Departmental Information: Lander Circle
The Greater Cleveland RTA driver reported on September 2 that a 62-year-old Cleveland man, possibly intoxicated, fell off a bus while exiting, was taken to Hillcrest Hospital for further evaluation and treatment for any injuries, including any injuries. Condition update was not available.
Stolen from the Gaj: Gates Mills Boulevard
A resident reported on 4 September that a statue of St. Jude had been taken from their front yard.
Impaired Driving: Lander Road
Responding to a caller reporting irregular driving in the Cedar and Brainard streets area and continuing around 8 p.m. on September 6 on Fairmount Boulevard, police caught up with a 30-year-old resident as he drove a bit into his driveway. Marijuana confiscated a suspect factor and confiscated alcohol, leading to his arrest on the charge of a vehicular breach (OVI).
Animal-at-Large: Park Point Court
A dog owner who ventured out of his yard around 4 p.m. on September 7 and bitten another dog while walking on a leash is entitled to decently dispose of any damages and any vet fees resulting from the attack. agreed to pay.
Dangerous: Shaker Boulevard
A resident reported receiving threats on the Internet on September 5, which was considered an incident that remained under investigation.
Extortion: Shaker Boulevard
Police are investigating a September 7 report of a teenager possibly caught attempting to extort money using fake identities on the Internet, with no further details at this time.
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