WESTLAKE, Ohio —
Stolen car crash: Detroit Street
A caller at 7 a.m. July 22 reported a car struck a utility pole on the intersection of Detroit and Clague roads.
The male driver walked away from the crash and officers didn’t discover him till Harmony Drive resident known as to report an unknown man entered their indifferent storage after which walked into their residence to vary garments.
Officers discovered a 38-year-old man, who reported being homeless, hiding in bushes outdoors a close-by residence.
Police charged the person with housebreaking, breaking and coming into, receiving stolen property, hit-skip, and driving beneath suspension. The person was arraigned within the Rocky River Municipal Courtroom after which transferred to the Cuyahoga County Jail.
The proprietor of the stolen Ford Ranger, a Lakewood man, was unaware his car was lacking from his driveway when contacted by police.
Suspected medicine seized: Clemens Street
An officer at 2:45 a.m. July 16 stopped a car leaving the Pink Roof Inn for an gear violation.
The registered proprietor was needed on a warrant for larceny. Officers famous that the three occupants of the automotive had been nervous and there have been indicators of drug exercise within the car.
The officers found the three possessed needles, suspected heroin, and methamphetamine. Against the law lab is analyzing the proof, and a choice on potential prices will likely be made after the outcomes are obtained.
A 34-year-old Ebook Park man, a 36-year-old Parma Heights man, and a 24-year-old Berea girl had been all suggested and despatched on their manner.
Theft: Crocker Park
Officers at four p.m. July 17 responded to LA Health after a buyer complained their locker was forcibly entered.
The person’s pockets, containing bank cards, was lacking. Somebody had already tried bank card purchases at Macy’s and Greatest Purchase shops in North Olmsted. Officers responded to the shops however couldn’t discover the suspect.
Automobile theft: Savannah Parkway
A Savannah Parkway resident known as police at 8:30 a.m. July 20 to report his GM truck was lacking from his driveway. It had been taken with out the keys throughout the in a single day hours. Rocky River police at 9:49 a.m. the identical day found the stolen truck parked on Chippenham Courtroom of their metropolis. The car was returned to the proprietor.
At 11:30 a.m. the identical day, one other resident of Savannah Parkway known as Westlake police to report discovering a Ford Escape parked of their driveway. The Escape had been stolen from Louis Avenue in Cleveland.
Jeep theft: Glenmore Drive
A Glenmore Drive resident at 11 p.m. July 22 reported that his Jeep was simply stolen out of his driveway.
An officer noticed the car pull onto a close-by road, however by the point the officer may catch up, the suspect had parked the SUV and fled. Police looked for however couldn’t discover the suspect.
The subsequent morning, at 10 a.m. July 23, a resident within the 3000 block of Dover Heart Street reported that his 1998 Chevy Lumina was lacking from his driveway.
Along with the stolen autos, quite a few different autos had been entered, and objects had been stolen on Northglen Drive, Glenmore Drive, Wakefield Lane, and West Brockway Drive. The stolen and entered autos had been left unlocked. The stolen autos additionally had the keys inside. Police remind residents to lock their autos and take the keys.
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