Thursday, March 22, 2012

best of the blotter: fanny packs, gold chains, and "Irish garb"

Lots o' Diapers
A Northview Drive resident reported a fraud after finding someone used his Discover account to buy diapers.
The thief had ordered $545 worth of diapers online.

The Answer is Blowin' in the Wind
Police were called to Hawthorne Lane Friday morning when an alarm went off.
A resident also returned home and met police to walk through the house.
They found the culprit still inside -- a helium balloon. A report said it appeared the balloon floated past a motion sensor, triggering the alarm.

Suspicious masked person
Police received a call about a man wearing a black mask and wearing gold chains following a female jogger in the 14000 block of Athens Avenue at around 11 a.m. March 12. Police got another complaint of the man matching the description in the 14000 block of Detroit Avenue. Officers told the man about the complaints and sent him on his way.

SUSPICIOUS SITUATION, PEARL ROAD: A gang of teens wearing Irish garb was reportedly drinking in a Pearl Road parking lot March 17.
When police arrived they found a quart of unopened beer but found no one drinking.

AGGRAVATED MENACING, PETTIBONE ROAD: A woman, 62, accused of pulling a loaded revolver out of her fanny pack and brandishing it at neighbors — including a grandmother, 72 — was arrested March 19 at her home, where police said the suspect’s daughter, 10, stashed the weapon in a clothes dryer.

1 comment:

  1. Clevelandia's surrounded by new jack cities.

    Run run run from tha helium bird.