Bay Home Ransacked in daylight burglary

On July 8, at 4:15 pm, Bay Village Police responded to the 30000 block of Webster Ave on report of a home that had been burglarized. Officers responded and spoke with the house-sitter who reported that the house is ransacked, and the T.V. is missing. When Detectives were able to speak with the homeowner, it was determined that jewelry and electronics were also stolen. The event occurred that day between 8am and 4pm. Anyone with information about the incident should call Bay Village Police. The investigation is ongoing.bay police logo 130121011959_bay-village-police-300x168

Forestview Home Burglarized

On July 8, at 9:52pm, Bay Village Police responded to the 500 block of Forestview Road on reports of a home that had been burglarized. The home owner called police to report that several items had been taken from the home including: a television, a laptop, an Xbox and other electronics, and money. The event occurred that day between 6:30 am and 7:45pm. Anyone with information about the incident should call Bay Village Police. The investigation is ongoing.

Bassett Road Vehicle Stolen

Police responded to the 300 block of Bassett Road on report of a stolen vehicle. Officers spoke with the victim who stated her boyfriend showed up and forcibly took her car keys away from her. He then left the area in her vehicle. The boyfriend made matters worse by repeatedly calling the victim’s cell phone and threatening her. The victim eventually located her vehicle in Cleveland. Charges are pending for the boyfriend, an 18 year old Lakewood resident.

Drunk Driver Causes Major Damage

On July 11, at 5:53am, Bay Village Police received a call reporting that a vehicle had struck the pole and had almost flipped at the intersection of Dover Center and Lake Road. Police responded, and with the help of an observant witness, eventually found the vehicle in the Huntington Metro Parks. The vehicle sustained massive damage. Officers found an intoxicated male at the scene. He refused to take field sobriety tests and was placed under arrest. At first, the male lied and gave police false personal information. Once officers were able to correctly identify the male, a 22 year old Avon Lake resident, it was discovered that he was already under an O.V.I. suspension and had two active warrants with the Bay Village Police Department. He is facing multiple charges in Rocky River Municipal Court. On July 12, Met Park Rangers were contacted about the incident. The male is facing Criminal Damaging charges from them for causing thousands of dollars in damage to a structure on their property.

 

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