Westlake Police Blotter: Charges Possible in Hammer Altercation

 

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Some follow-up on the Oct. 1 traffic altercation: a witness saw an exchange between the two combatants at Hilliard and Canterbury Rds. Both continued on to Detroit and Columbia Rds., (as did the witness) where the physical fracas occurred. The 60-year-old Westlake man reportedly got out of his truck wielding a hammer. The two subjects fought, and then went their separate ways. The City Prosecutor will review the report for possible charges.

 

Make-Up Bust

A 64-year-old Avon Lake woman was arrested for Petty Theft on Oct. 2 at 2:45PM after stealing $411 worth of cosmetics from a Crocker Pk. Blvd. store. She was stopped by store security as she left the shop. Management also banned her from returning there for 5 years.

 

No Encore, Please!

A 51-year-old Rocky River man’s loud, off-key, and intoxicated singing drew no calls of “encore!” on Oct. 2 at 10:28PM as he staggered along Canterbury Rd. He was arrested for DCI.

 

Break in

A Hunters Chase Dr. man reported his apartment was broken into between 7:30PM on Oct. 1 and 12:30AM on Oct. 2. The hallway door was forced open; the unknown suspect(s) left a crowbar and a cell phone behind. 7 pr. of shoes (total value $3500) and $17,500 worth of diamond jewelry were taken.

A Strawberry Ln. woman had her purse stolen from her unlocked car on the night of Oct. 2. One of her credit card was used twice at two different Redbox machines before she could cancel all of them. No suspects.

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