Bay Police Find Missing Bike: Good Reminder to Get Bike Registered

Good news for one Bay person who thought his bike was gone for good. Police found it. On 07/16/2015, at 1638 hrs, a resident called BVPD to report his bicycle had been stolen from Walgreen’s.  The bike was recovered the following day in the creek by Bay Boat Club. Good reminder to get a Bay Bike Registration at the Police Dept.  or Village Bicycle Cooperative. Makes it easier to identify and protect your property.

The mandatory bike registration in Bay Villagebay-police-logo-130121011959_bay-village-police-300x168 has been replaced by an optional, free, bike registration, available at both the Village Bicycle Cooperative and at the Bay Village Police Station.  The city’s bike registration, which Bay residents are encouraged to use, helps the police department find the owners of recovered bicycles.  You will need the serial number, which, on most bicycles, is stamped into the metal on the underside of the frame, between the pedals.

Way Too Drunk

A dangerously drunk driver was arrested a little after midnight on July 18. At 0018 hrs, BVPD received a call from a motorist stating there was a car parked partially in a driveway and partially in the front yard at the intersection of Queenwood and Lake Rd.  The engine was running, the doors were open and the lights were on.  Responding officers located a male passed out in the driver’s seat.  He was holding a nearly empty body of Vodka.  Officers were able to wake 42 yoa driver.  It was obvious to officers after speaking with the male that he was highly intoxicated.  The male refused all sobriety tests.  The male was arrested for OVI.  The Detroit, Michigan male will face charges at RRMC.

Another OVI

On 07/13/2015, at 0239 hrs, a BVPD officer stopped a vehicle on Lake Rd. near Cahoon for a traffic violation.  After speaking with the 19 yoa male driver, the officer suspected the driver had been using drugs.  Field sobriety tests were administered, and as a result, the driver was arrested for OVI.  The Amherst resident will face charges at RRMC.

Kid Stuff

On 07/16/2015, at 2324 hrs, a resident in the 25000 block of Lake Rd. called BVPD to report a group of kids were creating a disturbance at Columbia Rd. Beach.  Officers located three juveniles in the park after the posted closing time.  They were advised of the park hours and turned over to their parents.

Better Safe than Sorry

On 07/17/2015, at 1657 hrs, a resident in the 500 block of Bradley called BVPD to report there was a van backed in his driveway.  The caller was currently out of town, and a neighbor had called him.  The owner stated he was having some construction work done, but he spoke with his contractor and there was not supposed to be anyone working.  Responding officers located the van and a male who was doing some work on the house.  He stated he was trying to get caught up with the job because of all the recent rain.  The owner stated the male was allowed to be there.  BVPD reminds residents to please call when you see suspicious activity.

 

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