Dazed and confused

Avon Lake Police Blotter

By DM Warnke

The rescue squad was dispatched to a Lear Road location when a woman at the scene became extremely disoriented. She was able to be treated at the scene.

Helping hand

Police on patrol were flagged down by a subject on Electric Boulevard looking for some assistance last week. Officers provided a lift to a local address for the person’s landlord.

Too much caffeine

The rescue squad was sent to a Lake Road address when a man started feeling shaky at the site. He checked out OK and officials cleared the scene.

Only the wind

An open door alarm was received from a Windward Way address Aug 28. Patrol units were sent to the area, but the matter checked out okay with the keyholder.

Finders keepers

Service department officials came on the station last week with some equipment they found at the intersection of Walker and SR 83. The items were inventoried and put into police evidence.

Wrong number

The 9-1-1 operator called in a hang-up from an Avon Belden Drive address last week. Units went over but it turned out to be a false alarm.

Not allowed

A complaint was received about a solicitor in the Monticello Court area last week. The subject was located and advised on permitting.

Too loud

An Avon Belden Road resident called in to complain about excessive noise from the PA system at a soccer game at the stadium last week. The complaint was forwarded to officials at the high school.

Late night swim

A complaint was received about some swimmers in the Lake just before 9pm last week. It turned out that swimming was allowed until 11 p.m.

Parking brake

A report was received about a vehicle that had rolled out of a driveway along Treeside Lane last week. The vehicle was secured and moved out of the street.

New glasses

A report was received about a possible drunk driver on eastbound Lake Road last week. Officers received a description of the vehicle and made a stop, but found no cause for complaint.

What is that?

A Woodfield Drive resident called in to report finding a suspicious check in the mail last week. The subject was advised on courses of action in the matter.

More often

Sheffield Lake Police

A Lafayette Boulevard resident called in to report a prowler in the area. Extra patrols were assigned to the area for the overnight.

Who are you?

A Lake Breeze Road resident called in to report a suspicious person in the area. Patrol units were sent over, but officers found nothing out of the ordinary.

Smelly situation

Suspicious conditions were reported in the Lake Road area. A report was filed on the matter.

Time to go inside

Residents along Madison Avenue called in to file a complaint against some unruly juveniles. The parents of the youths involved were advised on the matter.

Muzzled

An animal complaint was received from a Rowelyn Avenue address. Officers spoke to all parties involved in the matter.

Rushing in

Water department officials were sent to a Howell Street address when an emergency was reported. The matter was put under control.

Referee

Police were sent to an Oakwood Avenue address when a domestic dispute got out of hand. Matters were resolved without incident and a report was filed in the matter.

Early start

Residents along West Drive called in to report suspicious conditions in the area at 4:28 a.m. Patrol units were sent over, but officers found no cause for complaint.

Eww

Avon Police

A report came in about a woman vomiting out of a car along an exit ramp off I-90 Aug. 28. It turned out she was pregnant and having a brief episode.

Dinged

A man called in to report his vehicle had been struck in a Detroit Road parking lot last week. A report was filed in the matter for insurance purposes.

Feeding time

A Moon Road man called in to complain about a dog barking excessively in the area. Units on patrol were sent to the area, but officers found no cause for complaint.

Strolling

Police on patrol came across a man walking down Moon Road at 2:55 a.m. last week. He told officers he was walking to his Lorain home. Officers gave him a lift to the city limits.

Open and shut

Police on patrol came across a vehicle with the interior light on at a Saddlecreek Drive address at 3:08 a.m. Aug. 28. The vehicle was secured as an oversight and officers continued patrol.

To your corner

Officers were dispatched to a Cypress East address when a domestic matter between a man and a woman got out of hand last week. Police were able to resolve matters without incident.

Ditched

A Case Road woman called in to report hearing someone knocking at her door at 4:52 a.m. last week. A log entry was made in the matter.

Wrong door

A front door alarm was received from the YMCA site last week. It turned out to be employee error.

Wiring

A foyer alarm was received from a N. Star Lane home last week. The homeowner reported that the system was malfunctioning.

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