Linders, Ohio —
Worse Threat: Mayfield Lord
At 6:40 pm on January 21, an employee of Domino’s Pizza at 5139 Mayfield Road reported being threatened to “blow up and shoot” the store. Caller was upset to be told online he could not use coupons for phone orders. Police are investigating.
Holding Weapons Under Obstacles: Farnhurst Road
At 1:35 am on January 21, a 52-year-old woman called police to report that her 30-year-old son was at home with a gun. His son had been caught in a shooting in Cleveland earlier in the day.
A woman who left the house to call police said her son said he would shoot if police arrived at the house with flashing lights and sirens. .
As a precautionary measure, Lyndhurst Police called other police agencies to form a SWAT team and headed to the house. However, when officers arrived at the house, they found that his son was unarmed and sleeping.
No one was charged. An investigation is being conducted.
Substance Abuse: Mayfield Road
At 3:00 am on January 22nd, a police officer pulled over a car that had no tail lights on. A search of the vehicle found marijuana.
The driver, a 25-year-old woman from Cleveland, turned herself in for an equipment violation and police seized marijuana.
Arrest Warrant: Richmond Road
At 10:30 p.m. on January 21, police officers pulled over an unlicensed vehicle whose driver, a 32-year-old Willowick man, is wanted with a warrant from the Willoughby Hills Police Department for violating probation. I found out.
The man was arrested and handed over to the Willoughby Hills Police Department.
Traffic Complaint: Mayfield Road
At 6:55 pm on January 21, a 46-year-old Lakewood man reported rolling down his window while stopped at a traffic light and questioning another driver. The man said the other driver replied, “Do you want to be shot?”
Then another driver headed east towards Mayfield Heights. Police searched but found no other cars. The police report did not say what questions the man asked other drivers.
Obstacle: Mayfield Road
At 6:40 pm on January 17, police were called to Lyndhurst’s Sharpie’s at 5720 Mayfield Road, where a man with a shoe around his neck caused a disturbance and refused to leave the sub-shop.
A store employee told police the man was homeless and had given him food a few days earlier.
Officers located the man and told him he was no longer welcome at the store. The MHPD was unable to apprehend him, but it was also discovered that the 40-year-old man had been wanted with a Maple Heights police warrant. Lyndhurst police released the man.
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