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Nov. 2, a resident reported three males were trying to break into his vehicle in his driveway. Officers did not locate the suspects, but saw a vehicle pull into a driveway with the music so loud it could be heard throughout the neighborhood. The driver was found to be driving under suspensions and had an active warrant with Cleveland Heights police. The Cleveland man, 28, was charged with driving under suspension and other traffic violations. Charges are pending for drug abuse as a small bag of marijuana was found rolled up in his jacket. Oct. 28 when officers came upon them. The car was left unlocked and found to have been stolen out of a driveway on Miramar Boulevard. It appeared the suspects, who were not located, had stolen the car and parked it in the road for unknown reasons. It was believed the owner of the car had left the keys inside of it. 27 her live in boyfriend had taken her vehicle without permission and had keys to her apartment that she wanted returned to her. The man told officers he and the woman have been having issues due to the woman’s infidelity. Officers confirmed the couple had dual ownership of the vehicle and the man resided at the apartment. An extra set of keys were made and the man left the apartment for the night.
A resident said Oct. 27 she was the victim of a scam in which she wired $2,110 to an unknown person, believing it was to lease an apartment in Pittsburgh. She became suspicious when she received a text stating the transfer did not come through and she should send more money. She did a Google search for the name of the person she had met through Craigslist and found the name associated with similar Craigslist scams. It was unknown if her bank would be able to reimburse her for the lost money.
Theft, Warrensville Center Road:
Loss prevention workers at Walmart chased a man from the store Oct. 31 and into Steak and Shake, where he was employed. He was found to have concealed a package of undershirts in the restroom at the restaurant and took a dress shirt from its packing and placed it on his body. The South Euclid man, 19,
was cited for theft. A manager at the restaurant said the man is going through a difficult time in his life.
A woman, 86, reported her wallet was stolen from her purse while she was shopping at Marc’s Oct. 23. She said a man distracted her by asking her to explain to him some of the ingredients listed on food packages. She later learned a credit card from the wallet had been used fraudulently for $2,700 at the Mayfield Heights Target store. Surveillance video from that store was reviewed days later and showed an unknown woman making the fraudulent transaction to purchase an iPad, digital camera and computer tablet. Police are investigating.
Endangering child, Ellison Road:
A man and his wife refused to allow their 17 year old son back into their home Oct. 28 after an incident where the boy was said to have destroyed items in the house after his mother threw shoes at him. Officers tried to explain to them the boy was still a juvenile and under their care, but they refused to allow him back into the home. He was subsequently taken to stay with his grandparents in Lyndhurst and the man, 52, was cited for endangering children. Child and family services were advised of the incident.
Theft from auto, Wilmington Road:
A resident reported Oct. 27 someone entered her unlocked vehicle sometime over the previous two nights and stole $235 worth of gift cards and $25 cash. No suspects were identified.
Theft from auto, Okalona Road:
A resident reported Oct. 28 someone entered three vehicles parked in her driveway and stole car chargers, earphones,
assorted clothing and about $11 cash. All vehicles were believed to have been left unlocked.