MAYFIELD VILLAGE, Ohio
Fraud: Bramblewood Lane
A person, 80, acquired a telephone name Aug. 26 from somebody claiming to be his grandson and stating he was arrested and wanted bond cash. An unknown man arrived at his house a short while later and picked up $9,500 money. The suspect was believed to be driving a dark-colored sedan. Police say related crimes are occurring within the area and a multi-agency investigation in ongoing.
Welfare verify: SOM Middle Highway
Mayfield Heights police reported Aug. 25 that a 911 name was acquired from an aged man stating he acquired a name from somebody claiming to be on the library and saying he had been shot. Officers responded to the library and made positive all patrons have been OK. The outside checked positive as effectively.
Disturbance: Aintree Park Drive
Officers responded to a residence at 12:10 a.m. Aug. 26 for a report of a woman, 15, operating away after arguing along with her mom over stay decisions. They positioned and returned the woman to her house, however she subsequently ran off twice extra. She ultimately went to stick with her grandmother for the night time and might be filed on in juvenile court docket for being unruly.
Forgery: SOM Middle Highway
Officers responded to Citizen’s Financial institution Aug. 26 for a report of a person trying to go a foul verify within the foyer. The suspect had left earlier than officers arrived, however the verify was not cashed. It belonged to a Pennsylvania man who had beforehand positioned a fraud alert on his account as a result of his ID was stolen. Police are investigating.
Suspicious exercise: Wildwood Path
A resident reported at 10:41 p.m. Aug. 27 that she heard a noise outdoors and opened her storage and noticed individuals get right into a automobile and drive off shortly. She was involved they could have been making an attempt to interrupt into vehicles. Particular consideration was given to the world for the night time.
Suspicious exercise: Zorn Lane
A person and girl reported Aug. 30 they have been virtually a sufferer of a rip-off when on the lookout for a trip house rental in New Mexico. They positioned a posting on Craigslist and supplied their private data, however their transaction was flagged by their financial institution once they tried to pay $2,300 to safe the rental.
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