SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio
Obstructing official business: Warrensville Center Road
Officers spotted a man walking along the roadway Aug. 25 and identified him as having an active warrant for violating a protection order. The Cleveland man, 32, fled from them, but was subsequently taken into custody with the assistance of a K-9 search.
Theft: Warrensville Center Road
A Cleveland Heights woman, 46, was cited for criminal trespassing and a $434 theft at Walmart Aug. 31. She was found to have four outstanding warrants in the city.
Disturbance: Warrensville Center Road
A woman reported Aug. 28 she was involved in an argument at Walmart earlier in the day with a woman and her daughter. She said her daughter was assaulted by one of the women two years ago at a Cleveland Heights library. She asked that the matter be documented.
Theft: Homestead Road
A resident said Aug. 27 that an axe was stolen from his backyard sometime overnight.
Civil matter: Cedar Road
Management of The Boiler 65 reported Aug. 25 than a former employee damaged a company vehicle upon returning it. Officers determined it was a civil matter.
Disorderly conduct: Wrenford Road
Two 12-year-old girls got into a fight at Bexley Park Aug. 28. Responding officers learned the fight began over a comment made at a football game a couple days earlier. Neither were injured and both were released to their families.
Property damage: Princeton Boulevard
A street sign at the corner of South Belvoir Boulevard was found knocked to the ground Aug 28. There was debris in the area to suggest it had been struck by a vehicle.
Harassing communication: South Green Road
A real estate agent said Aug. 31 that the tenant of a property that was listed for sale was harassing her. She said the property did not sell and the tenant was served with an eviction notice.
Officers learned the agent had established a personal relationship with the tenant, which she broke off after the woman began making threats. The incident was documented.
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