MAYFIELD VILLAGE, Ohio
Grand theft: SOM Center Road
An SUV, valued at $99,000, was reported stolen from the lot of the Deacon’s dealership at 9 a.m. Sept. 10. GPS tracking was used, and the vehicle was located in East Cleveland later that day. The vehicle was processed, and evidence was sent for lab testing to help identify a suspect.
Suspicious activity: Aintree Park Drive
A resident said Sept. 7 that she received a phone call from a woman who said she was receiving obscene calls and knew it was the resident’s children. The resident said she does not have children and was concerned the caller knew the names of her and her husband. She asked that the matter be documented.
Disturbance: Beta Drive
A man reported Sept. 9 that his 32-year-old brother came into his place of work earlier in the day and started an argument. He only asked that the incident be documented. Reports indicate there are ongoing family problems.
Fraud: Village Circle
A resident reported Sept. 10 that an Aurora woman, 51, may have stolen funds from a memorial donation account. The matter is being investigated by the Attorney General’s Office.
Juvenile complaint: Wilson Mills Road
A woman reported Sept. 10 that her 15-year-old daughter was slapped by another student at the high school that day. Information was gathered and turned over to the school’s resource officer to investigate with the staff.
Traffic offense: Interstate-271
Officers stopped a vehicle for speeding Sept. 12 and found the driver had no license and an active warrant out of Nevada. During the search of the vehicle, a bag of suspected methamphetamines was located. The driver, a 44-year-old Lyndhurst woman was cited for driving under suspension and drug charges are pending lab results.
Impaired driving: Wilson Mills Road
A Highland Heights man, 37, was arrested for OVI after his vehicle was spotted driving on the wrong side of the road around 10 p.m. Sept. 12. A small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia were found in the vehicle.
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