South Euclid, Ohio
Theft: Warrensville Center Road
Walmart Loss Protection reported on January 7 that a high-profile shoplifter stole a 65-inch TV from a store, loaded it into his car, and left the area.
Officers were unable to locate the 30-year-old Cleveland Heights man, but issued an arrest warrant.
On January 10, the man returned to the store and stole another TV worth $378.
He was arrested later that day after being stopped by Cleveland Heights police for theft within their jurisdiction.
He was also criminally trespassed by Walmart.
Department Information: Glenside Road
A resident said she was the victim of fraud after receiving a notice Jan. 12 from a California apartment complex owing her $18,000 for a unit that had been leased in her name for over two years. Reported.
She said she never went to California or gave anyone permission to use her information.
A report has been submitted so that the management company can investigate the matter.
Property Damage: Greenvale Drive
A woman reported on January 11 that her ex-boyfriend threw a bottle and broke the glass in the second floor window of their home.
A charge was subsequently filed against a 36-year-old Cleveland man.
Criminal Hoax: South Belvoir Boulevard
One man said on January 13 that a boy threw a snowball at his car from the sidewalk and nearly crashed into another car.
He suspected the boy was a student at Rowland Elementary School because of the school’s proximity and time of day.
Domestic Violence: Bridgeview Drive
A woman reported on Jan. 9 that she and her brother became aggressive after her 24-year-old son faced doubled electricity bills since he moved into the house.
The man broke down the door of the house, but his mother didn’t want to be prosecuted. He then left home with his belongings.
All Animals: Ardmore Lord
A 63-year-old woman was arrested for owning a dog on January 15 after her dog went loose and broke into a neighbor’s yard.
It was the fourth incident involving a dog in less than a year.
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