Money Won't Change You
A man was robbed on April 18 at Woodspring Suites on Moore Road. The late-night attack took place in the hotel's parking lot.
Your Cheatin’ Heart
Walmart is a great place to get a bargain, but a former employee was attempting to get a bigger bargain. Police were given evidence of a former employee stealing items from March 5-April 15. The former employee was issued a summons to appear in Avon Lake Municipal Court.
Talkin’ Loud and Sayin’ Nothing
A resident complained to police about menacing texts from a Cleveland man regarding craigslist. Police advised the man on April 12 to stop contact or face charges. He denied making the texts.
I'm a Greedy Man
A catalytic converter was stolen off a car on Wolf Road. The resident said it was taken between March 29 and April 10. Detectives are investigating.
Police stopped a car on April 13 on Lake Road for expired tags. The car was last registered in December 2016. The owner also was found to have a suspended license. The car was towed until the owner could provide proper registration.
I Got You
A group claiming to be supporting law enforcement got the credit card number of a Lincoln Road resident. She was advised to have a fraud alert put on her cards by her credit card companies. Residents are advised to never give their credit card number or personal information out over the phone. There are organizations that claim to support law enforcement, but the Bay Village Police Department would never solicit for funds in this manner.
Night Time Is The Right Time
When someone is dropped off at a residence at 2:46 a.m. and they don’t live there, well, it usually means they aren’t collecting for charity. On April 15, a resident on West 212th Street got a late-night visitor, who ran off when the security light came on. Shortly thereafter, the same fellow was found trying to open locked doors of businesses on Lorain Road. The 19-year-old man was found to have an outstanding felony warrant through the Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Office for grand theft of a motor vehicle.
Get Up, Get Into It, Get Involved
While conducting a field sobriety test on April 18 on Westwood Road, police kept being interrupted by a woman passenger. The 41-year-old resident was told several times to remain in the car, but she began arguing and getting disorderly. She then called her mother to tell her she was being treated unfairly, so the police arrested her and charged her with disorderly conduct while intoxicated and open container. The driver was cited for operating a vehicle while intoxicated and improper turning at an intersection.
These Foolish Things
A car without headlights at 3:29 a.m. usually indicates something, and police found out that something was intoxication on April 13 when they stopped a car on Lorain Road. When talking with the driver, police got wrong answers when he did answer questions. One answer was “Lakewood,” when asked what city he was in. After refusing to take field sobriety tests, the driver was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated.
Prisoner Of Love
Unhappy that he was told to leave, a KC’s Bar customer threatened to kill an employee on April 18. Police found him and when told to get in the back of the cruiser, he got upset. When taken to the station, the man tore up his ticket but was issued another for disorderly conduct intoxication.
Have Mercy, Baby
A Highland Drive resident reported on April 16 that someone got his banking information and transferred more than $10,000 to other accounts.
Sweet Little Baby Boy
As she was closing up the Lone Tree Tavern on April 18, an employee informed a man that the bar was closed. He responded by pulling out a pistol and then leaving in a White Chevrolet Silverado.
A Telbir Avenue resident reported that someone had stolen loose change from his car the night of April 12.
I Got A Bag Of My Own
A woman left her purse unattended at a Detroit Road restaurant on April 14, and when she returned it was missing. Restaurant staff recovered it, but $1,000 was missing.
If You Don't Give A Doggone About It
A good Samaritan saved the day on April 17, blocking an attacking goose. The victim had called police to report the angry waterfowl attempting to attack him and his dog, but the cavalry, er, driver came to the pair's rescue.
Oh Baby Don't You Weep
The caller thought it was going to escalate into a fight, so police were called to Waterford Circle on April 3. When they arrived, police found the couple had settled their problem and the father of one of the combatants had exaggerated the situation.
Stoned To The Bone
An equipment violation led officers to find many other violations on April 17 on Interstate 90 at Crocker Road. Police found possible marijuana and a loaded handgun. The 22-year-old driver could face charges of carrying a concealed weapon and improper handling in a motor vehicle after a grand jury receives the case.