Theft: Anderson Street
At 5:30 p.m. July 25, a Lyndhurst male, 71, documented that he was the target of theft.
The gentleman experienced bought a door for his property at Dwelling Depot in Highland Heights. He was then unable to match the doorway into his truck. A male he did not know offered to enable.
The stranger supplied to load the doorway on to his auto and abide by the person to his home. The particular person adopted the man’s truck into Lyndhurst, but then made a flip at Richmond and Anderson roads and headed off, not to be witnessed yet again.
The door price $207.
Community indecency: Mayfield Street
At 10:45 p.m. July 25, a caller documented that a woman was urinating in the parking lot of Buffalo Wild Wings, 5433 Mayfield Street. The caller stated that the female appeared to be intoxicated and that she drove off in a brown vehicle east on Mayfield Road.
Police have been unable to track down the car.
Assault: Clubside Road
At 12:50 p.m. July 25, dispatch obtained a report of two adult men fighting in the parking ton of Hawken College, 5000 Clubside Street. When law enforcement arrived, they observed no one particular battling.
At 2:55 p.m. that day, just one of the adult males, 32, of Cleveland, went to the law enforcement station to inform officers what experienced transpired. He and another man, 36, also of Cleveland, are the existing and previous boyfriend of a woman. The a few had been at a sporting event that involved the woman’s boy or girl.
The existing boyfriend grew to become upset at how the former boyfriend was speaking to the girl, and a combat began. No expenses have been submitted.
Sexual assault: Irene Highway
At 8:30 p.m. July 24, a man documented that he had been assaulted by a further male a 7 days previously at his home. Law enforcement are investigating.
Theft: Cedar Highway
At 3:05 p.m. July 23, police arrested a Highland Heights lady, 74, for stealing products valued at $49.46 from Big Eagle, 25105 Cedar Street, at Legacy Village.
Curfew violation: Mayfield Road
At 3:25 a.m. July 21, a caller described looking at several kids driving bikes by again yards. Police investigated and were being in a position to detain one particular of the youths, 17, of South Euclid. The boy was cited for a curfew violation and turned over to his mother.
Theft: Winchester Highway
At 8:10 p.m. July 19, a female, 37, documented that while she was absent tenting, someone burglarized her dwelling.
Police identified no signals of compelled entry, and it is thought that the woman’s daughter may possibly have still left the home’s doorway unsecured. The burglar stole $1,500 cash, 7 knives, underwear, a gold chain and Apple AirPods. The total of stolen objects totaled about $2,000.
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