Summer months trip prospects to some alarm at university bus depot: Moreland Hills Law enforcement Blotter


Sounds criticism: Chagrin Boulevard

A caller from the Heathermore condominiums claimed at 10:50 a.m. July 2 — a Saturday — that the alarm at the Orange Town Schools’ bus garage had been going off all early morning. Dispatchers documented at 11:06 that the mysterious audio difficulty had been handled.

Fraud: SOM Middle Road

A resident described probable scammers on Fb Market Area in late June, when she was selling an autoharp for $2,000 and was contacted by a potential buyer who questioned her to mail them a Google voice code to make certain she was legit, as well as other facts.

The resident did a reverse connect with and identified no telephone variety, as very well as no Fb listing. She thinks that the scammer’s angle is to call folks offering greater-finish merchandise, steal the photo, listing it as their own and question intrigued consumers to mail them a protection deposit.

She noted the incident to Facebook and Moreland Hills police.

Sounds grievance: Jackson Highway

Law enforcement responded to a complaint about design noise at 6:34 a.m. June 28 east of SOM Center Road, where by the caller described that a crew had been operating on the berm, perhaps harming it, for additional than 50 % an hour.

Employees have been recommended at 6:55 a.m. that no heavy products procedure was authorized in advance of 7.

Erratic driver: Chagrin Boulevard

A caller noted being passed by a black SUV at 80 mph in the eastbound lanes close to SOM Heart Road at 3:31 a.m. July 5.

The caller was no longer able to see the SUV, but obtained a partial license plate examining for law enforcement, who could not immediately find the suspect automobile.

Suspicion: Skyline Drive

A resident who described unspecified threats built all over 3 a.m. June 27 identified as law enforcement back again 4 hours later to say that a suspicious SUV was now driving slowly but surely previous their household. It was unclear how this motor vehicle could have been linked to the previous incident.

Police located the suspect, in a do the job truck at a neighbor’s house, with the contractor outlining that he experienced slowed down to look at mailboxes for the correct address.

Own welfare: Sterncrest Drive, Fairview Road

A golfer on the sixth hole at Chagrin Valley Country Club claimed listening to someone screaming on a single of the nearby side streets, at 12:25 p.m. July 4. Police reported about 20 minutes later they have been not able to locate any screaming young children.

Animal-miscellaneous: Jackson Street

Responding to a criticism from Meadowhill Lane about 9:30 a.m. June 28 about a pet that experienced been outside the house barking all early morning, police went to the resource and met with a Jackson Street resident who said she was finding an Invisible Fence put in that day. She also agreed to provide the doggy inside when it begins to bark.

Animal-miscellaneous: Hickory Lane

A resident known as about their lacking yellow Labrador at 10:09 a.m. June 28 and discovered shortly right before 11 that A&S Animal Manage already experienced the dog at their facility in Oakwood Village.

Telephone message: SOM Center Street

A resident called all over noon July 3 requesting to talk with an officer about her son likely currently being a damage to himself. She did not elaborate over the cellphone and explained she was only accumulating details to see what their selections ended up.

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