RICHMOND HEIGHTS, Ohio
Disturbance: Richmond Road
Around 11:45 p.m. March 6, officers responded to the Five Points Grille for a report of a fight and a possible shooting.
Upon investigation, it was learned that a woman had been talking to a tattoo artist and became upset with him when he did not show interest in her. The two got into an altercation, which led to others joining the fight.
No weapons were located, and those involved gave conflicting stories of what had transpired. Mutual aid was provided by several agencies.
Receiving stolen property: Trebisky Road
Officers stopped a vehicle for speeding March 6 and learned that it had been reported stolen out of Euclid. The driver, a 22-year-old Cleveland woman, was charged with receiving stolen property and driving under suspension.
Neighbor trouble: Kenbridge Drive
A resident said March 2 that she had found a Styrofoam food container in her flower beds and reviewed her Ring camera to see a neighbor walking toward her yard with the container. Although the man is not seen placing the container in her yard, she believed he put it there to attract wild animals.
She said there is an ongoing problem with him and that she would contact his social worker. Officers contacted the man’s brother and advised him of the incident.
Theft: Chestnut Lane
A resident reported March 6 that someone had stolen the catalytic converter from his vehicle while it was parked at the Dorchester apartments. He believed it happened the night of Feb. 26, as he did not learn what happened until his vehicle was assessed by a mechanic. He said he was quoted $2,600 to replace the part.
Traffic altercation: Richmond Park Drive East
A woman said March 4 that a vehicle had followed her to her apartment and that the driver made gestures toward her.
Responding officers learned that there had been an incident in which the woman honked her horn at the man after he remained stopped at a green light. Both told officers they took different routes and became concerned when they arrived in the same location.
It was learned that they both lived in the complex and have access to the parking garage. They were advised to avoid each other.
Disturbance: Chestnut Lane
Officers responded to the Dorchester apartments at 1:38 a.m. March 4 for a report of a man beating a woman outside a building. Those involved were not located, but blood was found near a parking garage. The incident is under investigation.
Juvenile complaints: Wilson Mills Road
The principal of Flex High School reported March 3 that a 17-year-old student had refused to turn down his music when asked and was being uncooperative. He said the boy texted his mother, but refused to move from his desk.
Officers spoke to the boy, but he refused to answer any questions. He subsequently left the school in a Lyft with the permission of his mother. The principal said he would discuss the boy’s future at the school with the mother.
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