Arrest after treatment

A 34-year-old North Olmsted man was arrested at 5:47 p.m. April 1 after police and paramedics checked a report of a possible overdose in a car on Jaycox Road. The man was treated at the scene before being arrested.

Bad behavior

A 48-year-old Wellington man was arrested April 6 for disorderly conduct and receiving stolen property while intoxicated after police investigated an early morning call about a man being a nuisance at the Residence Inn by Marriott. Police found the man also had a $350 thermometer that had been taken from The Cleveland Clinic - Avon Hospital at Richard E. Jacobs Campus.

Theft at Menards

A 22-year-old North Ridgeville man was arrested a little after 5 p.m. April 8 after Menards workers said he took several household items before being stopped.


Complaint leads to suspect

A man wanted for theft was turned over to Cuyahoga County sheriff’s deputies after he was seen walking on Walker Road shortly after midnight April 1. Officers were investigating a report of a man assaulting a woman at a Speedway. No injuries were reported.


Cashier’s check missing

A Bay woman said April 1 that a $5,000 cashier’s check she sent via registered mail to an out-of-state family member never made it to the other person. As of April 8, the check had not been cashed and postal inspectors are investigating.


Damage prompts verbal outburst

A suspect in the damaging of a rental car on Morton Avenue used a burst of profanity in talking about the incident when the victim told police about the incident at 1:23 p.m. April 3. An investigating officer heard the suspect, the sister of the victim’s ex-husband, say she did the damage amidst the stream of profanities, police said.

Off road into trouble

A 33-year-old Lakewood man was arrested the evening of April 3 for driving under the influence after police investigated a report from an off-duty Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper about a car going through stop signs and going onto lawns on West 214th Street. The man appeared to be under the influence of drugs, police said.


Tried to use his credit card

A Lakewood man said March 30 that someone tried to use his credit card information in the previous few days, but he received an alert and prevented any transactions.

Theft from car

A Lakewood man reported on April 3 that someone broke into his car parked in the 13900 block of Clifton Boulevard overnight and took assorted small items.

Too much noise

Police investigated complaints about fireworks being shot off in the 14900 block of Clifton Boulevard shortly after 9 p.m. April 4.


Parking lot collision

A 64-year-old North Olmsted woman was arrested the afternoon of April 4 for disorderly conduct while intoxicated after police investigated a car hitting a parked car in the Walmart parking lot. The woman smelled of alcohol and refused sobriety tests when an officer questioned her, police said.

Traffic violations lead to arrest

A 32-year-old Columbia Station woman was arrested at 1:50 a.m. April 5 for driving under the influence after police stopped the car she was driving on Butternut Ridge Road for weaving and other traffic violations. She was arrested after failing field sobriety tests.

Hitting curb a problem

A 62-year-old Avon Lake woman was arrested at 8:30 p.m. after police stopped her car for hitting a curb and other traffic violations on Lorain Road. She was arrested after failing field sobriety tests.


Worker arrested

A 31-year-old employee was arrested March 31 for theft after store video at the Snappy Gas on Avon Belden Road showed the Cleveland woman taking assorted items from the store.

Attempted identity theft

A North Ridgeville woman said April 2 someone used her personal information to try to get a credit card in late March.

Attempted break-in

A Lear Nagle Road homeowner found a door lock damaged April 4 from someone apparently trying to get into the home.


You can’t stay here

Officers investigated two complaints about gatherings on April 4. At 2:20 p.m., they responded to a report about a group of people in front of an Erie Road home. At 4:45 p.m., they responded to a report about a house party on Jameson Drive. Officers reminded the homeowners in both cases about the statewide stay-at-home order and told their guests to leave. Police reports did not include how many people were at either gathering.

Money taken from clerk

Workers at the Walgreens on Center Ridge Road said a man jumped over the counter at 7:20 p.m. April 5, threatened the clerk and demanded money from the register. The clerk did not see a weapon and was not injured. The man took less than $50 in cash and left, police said.


Food theft

Workers at the Giant Eagle on Detroit Road said a man left the store shortly before 5 p.m. March 31 carrying bags of shrimp and chicken, got into a white Toyota Corolla and drove off.

Missing tractor found

Workers at Jonick’s Trucking on French Creek Road reported on March 30 that someone ripped the locks off a garage and took a tractor from the business sometime in the previous two days. That same afternoon, a Lorain woman reported seeing an abandoned tractor in the woods off East 34th Street and Camden Avenue near Lorain parks property. The tractor was out of gas, but apparently undamaged. Rangers contacted Sheffield Village officers, who found it was the missing tractor and turned it back over to the business.


No car – but wanted man present

Police checking an April 3 tip that a car reported stolen earlier in Toledo was in the Detroit Road parking lot of the Barrington Place Apartments did not find the car, but they didn’t leave empty handed. When a car alarm sounded elsewhere in the lot, officers found a 27-year-old Elyria man wanted by Elyria police for an unspecified warrant. He was arrested and turned over to Elyria officers.

Not supposed to drive

A 31-year-old Cleveland man was cited April 5 for driving on a suspended license after police stopped the car he was driving at 10:15 p.m. on Interstate 90 near the Columbia Road exit for traffic violations. A records check showed the suspended license, so the man was cited and the car turned over to a passenger to drive.

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