UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS, Ohio — Disturbance: Cedar Road
At 4:25 a.m. Sept. 19, police were dispatched to a residence on a report of two females fighting in the front yard. One of the females was naked.
Police arrived to find that the women, 27 ,of University Heights, and 24, of Cleveland, were intoxicated. Both had minor injuries.
The two women were issued criminal summons for disorderly conduct. One was released for hospital treatment, and the other to a responsible party.
Meanwhile, inside the home was a Cleveland Heights man, 27, who was found to be wanted on felony warrants for kidnapping. The man was arrested and turned over to Cleveland police.
Theft: Cedar Road
At 7:40 p.m. Sept. 14, loss prevention officers at Target, 14070 Cedar Road, reported that a woman unknown to them stole merchandise valued at $354.96 and left the store. The same woman is suspected of committing two other Target thefts since Sept. 11. Police are investigating.
Weapons offense: Traymore Road
At 12:40 p.m. Sept. 15, police were called to Traymore Road, north of Hillbrook Road, on a report of multiple shots having been fired. Witnesses saw a purple SUV flee northbound on Traymore, and a gray sedan that may have been chasing the SUV.
Those witnesses told police that, before the shots were fired, they saw a group of males standing outside the vehicles talking. An argument then started and the shots were fired.
Checking the area, police went on to detain two men and, after questioning, determined that the two were likely victims. Both were uninjured. The men told police that they had no information on the other males involved. The detective bureau is following up on the matter.
Illegal use of credit cards: South Green Road
At 7:35 p.m. Sept. 15, management of Los Arcos Restaurant, 2175 S. Green Road, reported that three people were inside the eatery who were possible suspects in a fraudulent transaction that occurred a few weeks earlier. The criminal activity resulted in the loss of $149.43 to the owner of a credit card.
The trio is suspected of using a credit card belonging to a Cleveland woman, 24. The woman told police she wanted to file criminal charges. The detective bureau is investigating.
Discharging firearms: Washington Boulevard
At 2:05 p.m. Sept. 16, police were called to a home where a gun was accidentally fired. Police charged the resident, a man, 48, with discharging a firearm within city limits.
Driving without a license: Washington Boulevard
At 4:40 p.m. Sept. 17, an officer stopped a car due to a traffic offense and learned that the driver, a Bedford woman, 19, did not have a driver’s license, and never had one. The woman was cited for driving without a license. The car’s plates were seized and the car impounded.
The vehicle’s registered owner will be cited for unlawful entrustment.
OVI: Warrensville Center Road
At 2:45 a.m. Sept. 18, police investigated a car crash at Warrensville Center and Silsby roads and found that the driver who caused the crash was intoxicated. That driver, a Waite Hill woman, 23, was cited for OVI, refusal to take a breath test with a prior OVI conviction on her record, failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead, and failure to control.
OVI: Miramar Boulevard
At 10:05 p.m. Sept. 18, police watched as a GMC Yukon failed to stop for red lights on Warrensville Center Road, swerved and was driven upon a sidewalk where it struck another car. The Yukon didn’t stop after the crash. Police followed and stopped the Yukon on Miramar Boulevard.
The driver, a University Heights man, 28, was found to be intoxicated and was arrested for OVI, as well as 11 additional traffic and licensing violations.
Criminal damage: Raymont Boulevard
At 7:15 p.m. Sept. 20, a woman, 70, reported that someone smashed out her home’s basement windows. While on the street, police learned that another home had been burglarized. Police have identified two 7-year-old suspects.
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