College HEIGHTS, Ohio

Theft from vehicle: Meadowbrook Boulevard

At 3:30 p.m. July 12, a Bratenahl woman, 78, who is also a University Heights property owner, went to the law enforcement station to report a theft at her rental residence.

The woman mentioned that a previous renter experienced stolen appliances and household merchandise value an believed $6,799.

Fraud: Cedar Street

At 11:15 a.m. July 12, a College Heights girl, 26, reported that somebody was making use of images of her driver’s license to test to get revenue from other people by means of social media.

Violation of short-term defense get: Cedar Highway

At 9 p.m. July 12, a South Euclid lady, 46, reported that her 45-yr-outdated husband had violated a domestic violence civil security purchase earlier that day at the T-Cell shop, 13996 Cedar Street. The metropolis prosecutor was encouraged of the particulars.

Disturbing the peace: University Boulevard

At 1:55 p.m. July 14, police had been named to the apartments at 2655 University Blvd. on a report of a suicidal 51-yr-aged woman. Officers realized that the female experienced broken windows at the condominium and thrown belongings on to the garden.

Police found the female within, where by she held a knife she refused to enable go. Officers applied a done electrical weapon to force the female to fall the knife.

The lady was taken to the healthcare facility for a psychological analysis. No criminal fees are pending.

Violation of a non permanent protection get: Bushnell Highway

At 9 p.m. July 14, police were being referred to as to a household the place a woman, 73, advised officers that her previous associate experienced violated a short term safety buy when he entered her home without her permission.

Law enforcement entered and uncovered the person sitting on a basement couch. The person, 67, of South Euclid, was arrested and taken to the Solon jail.

Motor car incident damage: Cedar Road

At 2:25 a.m. July 17, police ended up called to the scene of a a person-vehicle crash in which a University Heights female, 26, sustained serious neck, head and upper system accidents. Police are investigating.

Theft from vehicle: John Carroll Boulevard

At 9:10 p.m. July 15, law enforcement were being identified as to Pizzazz on the Circle, 20680 John Carroll Blvd., where by a suspect was seen hoping to cut a catalytic converter from a parked auto in the great deal.

When confronted by a witness, the male suspect, who carried a observed and a purple DoorDash bag, received into a dim-coloured Honda Civic parked close by with its door open, then fled. The suspect did not efficiently steal the converter.

The Civic was uncovered to have been noted stolen from Cleveland. Police are investigating.

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