Car park management

Cleanup Crew Turns into Demolition Crew: Orange Police Blotter


Disorderly Driving: Park Avenue

Police were dispatched to Pinecrest after dispatchers lost a 9-1-1 call from a housekeeper, a 22-year-old Cleveland woman, who said she had just had a run-in with her co-worker and her boyfriend while working in the Phillips building. around 9 p.m. on June 7.

Meanwhile, this 23-year-old Akron man spotted a security guard outside, flagged him down, and told him they had a fight and he decided to drive off in his Dodge Avengers 2009.

She was found inside The Last Page, and neither appeared to have any physical injuries, although the woman was missing shoes. They explained that they had cleaned a men’s room and an argument ensued which turned physical.

At one point a phone was thrown into the toilet mirror, smashing it and destroying the phone. Both claimed that the other party damaged the phone and the mirror, as well as a mop bucket which was also broken. But neither wanted to press charges for assault.

Both were cited for disorderly conduct and the car was returned to the woman, while the Akron man was transported off the property. Their supervisor, a 65-year-old man from Cleveland Heights, arrived to take charge of the scene.

Car theft, illegal use of credit cards: Park Avenue

A Moreland Hills woman, 48, reported that she parked her car near the Restore Cold-Pressed juice and smoothie store around 11:20 a.m. on June 10 to pick up her online order.

At 4:20 p.m., she was notified of fraudulent activity on her credit cards, then checked her purse and discovered that gift cards and $725 in cash were missing. She told police she left her purse in the car and didn’t know if she had locked it.

A credit card transaction report provided to police showed three separate transactions were made on his accounts at this time, all at Oakwood Sam’s Club for a total of more than $7,850.

Theft (shoplifting): Park Avenue

Vineyard Vines management reported at 11:23 a.m. on June 7 that a man and woman dressed primarily in green concealed and stole $1,000 worth of clothing, placing the merchandise in an REI shopping bag, then leaving the store and walking south on Park Avenue.

Fraud: Park Avenue

A Mattlin-Hyde Piano Company employee reported on June 6 that on April 14, the store sent a check for $4,000 to a customer in Acme, Pennsylvania by mailing it to the post office in Beachwood. This customer informed the store on June 1 that he had not received the check, which had apparently been cashed by someone else on April 18. The Acme man also confirmed that it was not his signature that was forged to endorse the check.

Departmental information: Boulevard du Chagrin

Police responded to the Beechmont Country Club on June 10 where the director of human resources reported that an employee had been placed under a protective order against her ex-boyfriend, a 22-year-old Painesville man, who had recently been dismissed from the club. She told management that he tended to look for her, which is why the local police were contacted directly.

Domestic Violence: Orange Square

Responding to a report of an ongoing domestic dispute at the Extended Stay South at 7.11pm on June 12, police learned en route that the suspect, a 37-year-old Chardon man, had already left. The victim, a 35-year-old woman from Lyndhurst, said he had just punched her in the face with a bag and they had been fighting for a few days after she thought he might have be stolen.

She added that he had just completed his sentence in Florida for a domestic violence charge and in another recent altercation, he held her down and suffocated her with a telephone cord. The surrounding services were called to help locate him without success.

Police requested a temporary criminal protection order and a new room key code for her and learned upon obtaining further information for a warrant that he had since called her and said he wanted to come back to see her because he knew he would go to jail for whatever happened.

Police then spoke with the suspect on the phone, saying he would come for an interview at the police station. In the meantime, he said on the phone that he threw the bag at her and accidentally punched her in the face. He also denied the alleged strangulation incident.

Object found: Orange Place

A Cleveland woman, 82, reported on June 6 that she had checked out of the Extended Stay North hotel on May 28, and an hour later realized she had left important documents in her room, which the staff had already cleaned by then.

Missing were her late husband’s death certificate, a probate court receipt, his living will, references from two doctors and the deed to his house.

Disruption: Park Avenue

Officers responded to Pinecrest late June 9, where a couple reported they were returning to their car when they noticed two other cars near Pinstripes jammed with arguing drivers. A 26-year-old Aurora man realized that one of the drivers involved was his father and approached the other car, where the driver and occupant began chasing them until their car, trying to fight them off and spit on them.

The victims provided a photo to police and the suspects have been tentatively identified as a 24-year-old man from South Euclid and a 27-year-old woman from Maple Heights.

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