A Stoney Ridge Road resident called police Nov. 13 about a neighbor's barking dogs. Police cited a 28-year-old Avon woman for the barking dogs and told her to bring them inside. This was the second complaint about the dogs barking.
A 45-year-old Detroit Road resident reported Nov. 13 that some cash, Beats headphones, Adidas cleats, Oakley sunglasses and his Covid vaccine card were stolen from his unlocked car some time between Saturday afternoon and late Sunday morning.
Industrial Dock and Door Inc. on Moore Road reported that garage door panels and rail parts had been stolen Nov. 6. Video surveillance of the theft was found and police are investigating.
Police responded to a report of a disturbance inside of a vehicle that was traveling on Lear Road Nov. 11. The 38-year-old Cleveland man was located in a nearby retention pond. He was cited for disorderly conduct, public intoxication, and advised of warrants then transported to the hospital.
A Canterbury Road resident reported hearing several gunshots at 11:22 p.m. on Nov. 6. Officers were unable to locate the source. Nothing out of the ordinary was located.
Wake up call
An Osborn Road resident reported that construction had started. at 7:45 a.m. on Nov. 7. An officer was dispatched and the contractor was advised of the hours of operation for the noise ordinance.
An Elmwood resident reported that someone had fraudulently opened three credit cards using her personal information and charged over $20,000 to the cards at 10:42 a.m. on Nov. 7. Police are investigating.
TikTok dancing for Jesus
Officers received a complaint of a disturbance in the Bay Presbyterian parking lot at 9:17 p.m. Nov. 11. Officers located a group of teenagers who admitted to dancing and making recordings for social media. They were advised of the complaint and sent on their way.
Door left open
A resident reported at 11:12 a.m. on Nov. 11 that a neighbor’s front door had been standing wide open for an extended period of time. Officers checked the vacant house and nothing unusual was found. Police secured the door. Police remind residents to call immediately if they see something suspicious.
Shoplifter at Marshall’s
A shoplifter was detained at Marshall’s in Westgate Mall on Nov. 7. The man was recognized for previous shoplifting incidents. He was arrested and issued a court date.
A driver was arrested for Operating a Vehicle while Impaired following an accident at W. 220th Street on Nov. 9. He was issued several citations after a loaded handgun was found inside his vehicle.
Officers discovered a vehicle involved in a two-car accident at 20201 Lorain Road on Nov. 11 had been reported stolen from Cleveland. The men involved in the incident were not located, but the vehicle was returned to the owner.
Missing Kia SUV
A woman leaving work on Lorain Road reported Nov. 11 that her Kia SUV had been stolen.
A Hyundai sedan was reported stolen by a Lorain Road resident on Nov. 12.
Breaking and entering
A Chili’s employee was charged with breaking and entering a manager’s office on Nov. 16. The restaurant’s operations manager showed police a video he said proved the employee had been using a spatula to pry open the locked door to the manager’s office. Money was stolen on four occasions.
Officers responded to a report of petty theft at Walmart at 6:32 p.m. on Nov. 5. A shoplifter was seen running out of the store with a Shark Vortex Vacuum valued at $329. The white male fled from the store’s Loss Prevention Officers and ran through the parking lot toward the Westbury Apartments. Officers chased the shoplifter and caught him at Red Lobster.
Grand theft auto
A car was stolen from the Expert Auto Sales lot on Center Ridge Road Nov. 11.
A North Ridgeville resident was arrested after police said he assaulted his girlfriend Nov. 12. Police responded to a call on Avon Belden Road after the woman said the man assaulted her inside her vehicle and damaged her car as she was trying to leave. He also had her purse with her phone and wallet.
A 19-year-old Elyria resident was arrested Nov. 12 after a Rae apartment resident called the police after a mother and daughter were fighting about the boy who was leaving through the window. Police said they found outstanding warrants for his arrest from two agencies.
A 40-year-old North Olmsted resident was arrested for operating a vehicle while impaired after he drove over the curb and stopped outside of the Young Explorers Montessori School Nov. 11.
Warrants and weed
Officers stopped a 31-year-old Cleveland man on Crocker at Center Ridge Road for an equipment violation at 3:15 a.m. on Nov. 12. The driver was found to have a suspended license and active warrants through North Ridgeville and Parma. Suspected marijuana was also found. The driver was cited with not having a driver’s license and minor misdemeanor possession of marijuana. He was turned over to a North Ridgeville police officer.
A worker in a building at Crocker and Detroit roads heard a loud crash and saw a white Nissan pickup truck sparking as it fled the scene around 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 12. Officers found a wheel missing from the truck when the vehicle was located in the lot of the DoubleTree Hotel. The driver had struck a fire hydrant and a light pole after going off the roadway. A breathalyzer showed the 37-year-old driver was double the legal limit and charged with OVI among other charges.
Officers received a call from Rally House at Crocker Park reporting a shoplifting incident at 3 p.m. on Nov. 14. A 61-year-old Cleveland man had walked out of the store with almost $1,000 worth of Cavs and Browns merchandise and fled to Wendy’s. Officers caught the man and recovered the stolen merchandise. The shoplifter was arrested and charged with misdemeanor theft.