BEREA, Ohio —
Noise disturbance: Beeler Drive
A Beeler man, 47, was cited at about eight p.m. Dec. 2 for permitting his canine to bark exterior and disturb neighbors.
Somebody reported that the canine had been barking for about 45 minutes. When police arrived, they heard the canine barking and howling within the yard.
Police knocked on the person’s door. The person flung the door open and, utilizing a profanity, requested police in the event that they had been joking. He slammed the door on police.
The person finally opened the door once more. Police suggested the person to ask the canine into the home for the night time. He was reluctant. When police requested the person if he would depart the canine exterior all night time, the person stated, “All night time lengthy.”
When police handed the person a quotation, he initially refused to signal. He requested police to lookup the regulation on-line. He complained that police had knocked on his door too loudly, but they had been “exhumed” from punishment. The person made farting noises as police returned to their cruiser.
Prison mischief: Beech Road
A Beech resident known as police at about 2 a.m. Nov. 27 and stated a gaggle of teenage boys had simply egged his home.
The resident stated he was mendacity in mattress when he heard noise exterior. He stepped exterior and noticed the boys throughout the road, standing close to the doorway of a house. The resident had skilled previous issues with this specific dwelling, the place the teenage youngsters threw loud events when their mom wasn’t there, which was typically.
The resident exchanged phrases with the teenage boys and returned to his home. He then heard one thing hit his home, so he ran exterior once more. The boys had thrown a number of eggs at his home and had been driving away.
Police questioned a teenage woman in the home throughout the road. She stated she knew nothing of the incident nor of the boys, including that she and a good friend had been in the home by themselves watching TV. Police observed that her home additionally had been egged. Police known as the woman’s mom however didn’t attain her.
Underage possession of liquor: East Bagley Street
Police issued warnings to 2 Avon males, 19 and 18, and two 17-year-old Avon boys at about 10:45 p.m. Nov. 28 after discovering an open case of Miller Mild and a mason jar of moonshine of their automotive.
Police had stopped the automotive on East Bagley close to Tressel Road after noticing that the license plate sticker had expired in April. The driving force, who was the 19-year-old, was not carrying a driver’s license.
The lads and boys appeared nervous so police requested if any alcohol was within the automotive. They pointed to the case of beer and moonshine. Police poured the moonshine onto a tree garden and confiscated the beer.
Police requested the motive force to open his trunk so they may place the empty moonshine bottle there. Upon opening the trunk, police discovered an open case of Pure Mild Naturdays Strawberry Lemonade beer.
Housebreaking: East Grand Road
A TV and Apple TV had been stolen between Nov. 27 and Dec. 1 from a house on East Grand.
The sufferer, who shared the home with 4 roommates, stated she had locked her room earlier than leaving for a Thanksgiving go to along with her household. Nonetheless, one of many home windows to her room was unlocked and the display was up.
Housebreaking: Berea Road
A online game system and different digital units had been reported stolen at about 5:30 p.m. Dec. 1 from a house shared by a number of roommates. There have been no indicators of a break-in.
Theft: Walwick Court docket
An emergency package containing jumper cables, reflective triangles and street flairs was stolen late Nov. 26 or early Nov. 27 from a automobile parked on Walwick. A conveyable ashtray was additionally stolen. It’s unknown whether or not the automobile had been left unlocked. There have been no indicators of pressured entry.
Working a automobile beneath the affect: West Bagley Street
An Olmsted Falls man, 54, was arrested at about 10:30 p.m. Dec. 2 after police noticed him driving 40 mph on West Bagley Street close to Baker Road, a 25-mph zone.
The person was additionally swerving exterior his lane. Police pulled over the person’s pickup truck within the parking zone of West Valley Plaza Purchasing Middle. He smelled like alcohol and failed subject sobriety exams.
Marijuana possession: North Rocky River Drive
A Berea lady, 48, was cited at about 11 p.m. Nov. 27 for driving exterior of marked lanes on North Rocky River close to Speedway.
Police smelled marijuana within the lady’s automotive. They discovered a small quantity of marijuana in a plastic field contained in the automotive. Police confiscated the marijuana.