Wednesday, July 11, 2012

best of the blotter

DISORDERLY CONDUCT, TAYLORS MILL TURN: Police arrested an intoxicated woman June 29 when she dialed 911 because her boyfriend was being “a jerk.”

WELFARE CHECK, HALSTEAD AVENUE: One man was concerned for his neighbor, who he said was under a voodoo spell and unable to take her medicine properly.
The woman turned out to be fine. She told officers she wanted the man to stay away from her.

COMPLAINT, LAKE AVENUE: A concerned resident called police to report that a neighbor’s sprinkler was spraying part of the sidewalk, forcing pedestrians to walk in the street for a little while.
Officers stopped out to the neighborhood and noted that the sprinkler was getting the sidewalk slightly wet, but not enough to force people into the street.

LOITERING, MINER: A caller told police that people were loitering on Miner Drive at about 9 p.m. June 25. An officer responded to a home on the road and determined that the alleged loiterers were a resident of the home and several friends. No charges were filed.

DISTURBANCE, DETROIT AVENUE: A local church was warned for allowing the band to do a sound check too early in the morning.
SUSPICION, WEST CLIFTON BOULEVARD: A caller notified police that a group of children on skateboards was sawing railings outside a local school.
Police arrived and noted that the children did not have any saws and the railing was not damaged.

DISTURBANCE, THOREAU ROAD: A large group of children were yelling and fighting. Several of them were exposing themselves to neighbors, one caller said.
Officers noted that the children were playing tag. Their parents were advised of the complaint.

UNDERAGE DRINKING, WENDOVER DRIVE: The fun ended after a group of teenagers took a party bus home from the Rascal Flatts concert at 1:52 a.m. June 30. A Willowick woman, 19, decided to play country music on her phone even though the other people on the bus told her to stop. A Euclid woman, 18, attacked the woman. Both women left with minor scratches and were arrested for underage drinking. The bus driver, a Garfield Heights man, 47, was arrested for allowing underage consumption of alcohol on the bus. 

Flowerbed Dispute
Some neighbors on Prospect Road who acknowledge they've been feuding for 26 years called police Saturday after one resident put a flower bed on the side of the house.
One man complained the flowers will prevent the neighbor from getting his lawn mower from the back yard to the front.
The neighbors acknowledged they were extending their landscaping to make sure the man doesn't come onto their property.
He will have to find another way to get to his front yard, they said.
Police said the matter was a civil issue, not a crime.

A landlord asked police for an escort to her rental property for an unusual reason July 3 -- she was afraid of finding tarantulas there.
A report said the woman was afraid the tenants had left some behind in the Pearl Road apartment.
Police contacted Animal Warden Mike Roth, who said he would meet the woman at the property to check for spiders.
Witnesses complained about a woman in a truck throwing litter all over a parking lot on Pearl Road July 3.
The woman told polcie she wasn't throwing garbage -- she was throwing bread for the birds.

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