Westlake Police Blotter 2-8-13

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A27-year-old Cleveland woman got into it with her 64-year-old father at a Detroit Rd. store on Feb. at 4:39PM. She was refusing to return his car keys; officers found that she had an active warrant from Parma PD and turned her over to that department. She also had taken dad’s Rx medicine from his home and will face a drug charge.

A Cleveland man was stopped on Crocker Rd. for a traffic violation on Feb. 4 at 12:59PM. His female passenger was not wearing a seatbelt and gave false info to the officer. She eventually admitted her true identity (29-year-old Cleveland woman) and was found to be wanted by Brook Park PD. She was also arrested for Obstructing Official Business and Possession of Marijuana. The driver was sent on his way with a warning.

A Carriage Pk. Oval couple wired a $659 deposit to a MO. bank in response to a Craigslist ad for a Key West vacation rental on Jan. 31. On Feb. 6, they reported that the ad had disappeared from the website and the advertiser will not respond to the victim’s emails.

A Brick Mill Run reported that he received 5-6 threatening phone calls on Feb. 6. They were from males with South Asian Indian accents and demanded money or they would crash his computer. He suspects that they are from a support company he used to fix a computer problem. The computer did crash, and he is unable to get satisfaction from the maker or the software provider.

A 27-year-old Cleveland woman was stopped for a traffic violation on Main St. at 7:41PM on Feb. 6. Inside her car were two bags rigged to defeat retail anti-theft devices, along with clothing and a screwdriver used to remove anti-theft devices. She was also in possession of Rx drugs. She was arrested for RSP, Possession of Criminal Tools, and drug offenses.

A 48-year-old Cleveland woman and a 42-year-old Cleveland man spent the evening of Feb. 6 drinking at her apartment. At 3:23AM the next day, the female reported that the male had hit her, taken her Rx drugs and some cash, and bicycled away. He returned a short while later and agreed that they had argued over who would drink the last beer, whereupon she attacked him. The beer was spilled and became a casualty of the set-to. He also stated that she had given him some of her medications. He did not have the missing items on his person, nor could they be found by officers who followed his tire tracks. He was arrested for DCI.

Most people who call the police want to report someone else’s misbehavior. Not so on Feb. 7 at 2:15PM, when a 41-year-old Rocky River woman called  9-1-1 from a Clague Rd. home. She wanted to report that she was drunk and had an active RRPD warrant. She was arrested for DCI.    


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