A maintenance worker called police to report two Bay High School students returning from lunch were being chased by a male near the football field. Bay Village Police report the incident occurred on Thursday, May 15 at 11:23 a.m. The maintenance worker provided a description to the police and a detective located the male within minutes on Foote Rd. The male was identified and found to be intoxicated. Investigation revealed the male began following the two students and then chased them towards school property, yelling and making aggressive gestures. It was quickly determined there was no physical contact between the man and the students. Bay High took appropriate security measures and there was no danger to anyone at the school. Later that day, On Thursday, Bay Village Police arrested the 35 year old suspect, a Bay Village resident, and charged him with Disorderly Conduct Intoxication, Menacing and Inducing Panic after he chased the two Bay High students.
On 05/15/2014, at 0217 hrs, a BVPD officer stopped a vehicle on Lake Rd. near Bradley for a traffic violation. After speaking with the 26 yoa female driver, the officer suspected the driver had been drinking. Field sobriety tests were administered, and as a result, the driver was arrested for OVI. The Avon Lake resident will face charges at RRMC.
On 05/14/2014, at 1829 hrs, the Rocky River Police Department reported they were on the phone with a motorist who was following a possible OVI westbound on Lake Rd. entering Bay Village. A BVPD officer located the vehicle and stopped it on Lake Rd. near Columbia. After speaking with the 41 yoa male driver, the officer suspected the driver had been drinking. Field sobriety tests were administered, and as a result, the Lorain resident was arrested for OVI. The 23 yoa passenger was also highly intoxicated, and was taken into custody for his own safety. The Broadview Heights resident was arrested for DCI. A search of the truck after the arrest turned up 4 glass marijuana pipes and marijuana. Both will face charges at RRMC.
On 05/13/2014, at 2004 hrs, a resident in the 28000 block of Osborn called to report a suspicious vehicle parked on Beach Lane. The caller stated the vehicle had been parked there for a while and the driver had a camera with him. Officers responded to the area and spoke with the driver. He was sitting in his car waiting for a meeting to start at the church. He did not have a camera with him. BVPD reminds residents to please call immediately if the observe suspicious activity.
On 05/18/2014, at 1823 hrs, a resident in the 26000 block of Osborn called BVPD to report someone had stolen a pressure washer and a propane tank from his shed. Officers took down a description of the items in the event they are located.
Play in Bay Disturbance
On 05/18/2014, at 1723 hrs, a resident reported that that she was struck by an airsoft pellet while at Play In Bay with her two small children. There was a time delay in her calling BVPD, so when officers arrived at scene the teenage suspects were no longer there. Police are investigating.
On 05/18/2014, at 0002 hrs, a BVPD officer stopped a vehicle on Lake Rd. near the Avon Lake border for a traffic violation. After speaking with the 60 yoa female driver, the officer suspected the driver had been drinking. Field sobriety tests were administered, and as a result, the Sheffield Lake resident was arrested for OVI. She will face charges at RRMC.
On 05/17/2014, at 0303 hrs, a BVPD officer stopped two vehicles simultaneously on Lake Rd. near the Rocky River line for various traffic offenses. The officer spoke with the 24 yoa female driver of the first vehicle, and suspected the driver had been drinking. The officer then spoke with the 26 yoa male driver of the second vehicle. After speaking with the driver the officer suspected he had been drinking also. This was actually a boyfriend following his girlfriend home from the bar. Field sobriety tests were administered to both drivers, and as a result, both drivers were arrested for OVI. They will face charges at RRMC.
On 05/16/2014, at 1541 hrs, a Bexley resident called BVPD to report her house had been burglarized. Police arrived on scene and discovered entry had been forced into the house, and numerous items were stolen. Officers conducted a canvass of the neighborhood, and located witnesses who stated they saw a W/M, approx. 5 feet 6 inches with a moustache, wearing a black hoodie and black baggy pants walking around the neighborhood at approximately 0815 hrs. in the morning. One resident stated a male matching the description had knocked on her door around that time, and when she answered, the male stated he was looking for his dog. When she responded “no”, he left the area. Police have developed suspects in the case, but are still investigating.