MAYFIELD HEIGHTS, Ohio
Public indecency: Mayfield Street
A lady, 59, mentioned Jan. 15 that she was approached in Walmart by a person who requested if she had discovered what she was in search of. After telling him she had, she mentioned he unzipped his pants and uncovered his penis. The girl notified administration, however the suspect was not positioned by responding officers.
Theft: Mayfield Street
A Gates Mills Place house tenant reported Jan. 9 catalytic converter had been minimize off his car whereas the car was on the parking deck. No suspects have been recognized.
Unauthorized use of auto: Lander Street
A person, 64, mentioned Jan. 9 that he had loaned his car to a buddy so she might go purchase cigarettes and that she had not returned in additional than a day. He mentioned she was an acquaintance and that he had let her keep at his home as a result of she advised him she was homeless.
The car was positioned by Euclid police Jan. 12 in a Dwelling Depot parking zone, however there was no signal of the 48-year-old lady who had taken it.
Theft: SOM Middle Street
A Cleveland man, 51, was arrested at Goal Jan. 9 for the theft of 5 Amazon Hearth tablets. He was additionally in possession of a safety digital camera system that was discovered to have been stolen from Micro Middle. He was charged with two counts of theft and one rely of legal trespassing from Goal.
Theft: Mayfield Street
A Walmart worker was arrested on the retailer for theft Jan. 9 after it was found that she had knowingly accepted three counterfeit $100 payments and one pretend $50 invoice from folks she had met via Instagram.
The Cleveland lady, 18, accepted the cash from the shoppers in separate transactions in a matter of minutes on Dec. 27. In every transaction, the shoppers bought gadgets valued at round $1 and got change for the counterfeit cash. The overall worth of the theft was $345.36.
Home violence: Lander Street
A lady reported at 12:25 a.m. Jan. 11 that the daddy of her kids had assaulted her and keyed her car earlier than leaving her house. Two of their kids witnessed the incident within the house.
The Cleveland man, 46, is being charged with legal damaging, home violence and disrupting public service as a result of he grabbed the girl’s telephone when she tried to name 911.
Home violence: Golden Gate Plaza
A lady was pepper-sprayed by her 14-year-old son in her automotive within the Bathtub & Physique Works parking zone Jan. 13. She mentioned she had given him the pepper spray to make use of for cover, however wouldn’t admit that he had deliberately sprayed it at her.
The boy additionally claimed it was unintended, however the two admitted that they’d been arguing. The incident is beneath evaluation with the juvenile detention middle.
Fraud: Maplewood Street
An Arbor Courtroom husband and spouse reported Jan. 14 that they have been the victims of a rip-off when promoting a mattress for $300 on Craigslist. They obtained a test within the mail for $three,000 and have been advised it was printed in error. The unknown sender requested they ship again the distinction via a cellular money app.
They did as instructed, and in addition despatched the rest of the cash when the customer advised them she was now not concerned with buying the mattress. The couple then realized the test was pretend.
Harassment: Marsol Street
A lady reported Jan. 14 that she was being harassed by one other lady who was courting the identical man she was with out both of them having data of the scenario. Officers decided that each girls have been harassing one another and suggested them each to cease contacting the opposite.
Harassment: Mayfield Street
A Gates Mills Place resident reported Jan. 11 that her ex-fiancé had hacked into all her accounts on social media. The incident is beneath investigation.
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