Activities took place along Detroit Road near Linda St.
At approximately 11 a.m., Rocky River Police report they took a call reporting a kidnapping.
“The caller provided a good description of the vehicle involved and its occupants,” say Police.
Within minutes, Rocky River Police located and stopped the vehicle, ensured the safety of the victim, and made three arrests.
Police have determined that the victim, a 26-year-old Cleveland woman, knew and had a prior relationship with the suspects, that they were having a dispute over property, and that illegal drugs were involved.
Three adults from Parma and Parma Heights have been arrested. There is no reason to believe that there is a continued or ongoing threat to public safety as a result of this incident, report Police. “Rocky River remains a safe community in which to live and work. However, no level of violence or property crime is deemed acceptable,” say Rocky River Police. “The Police Department continues to work to investigate crimes that have occurred, proactively prevent crimes from occurring, and build relationships in the community to enhance crime prevention and awareness.”
One of several community outreach events regarding crime prevention and other important topics will be held Tuesday, October 25, 2016 at 7:00 PM, in Memorial Hall at the Rocky River Civic Center. Police Chief Kelly Stillman, Westshore Enforcement Bureau Special Agent in Charge Jeff Capretto, and Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Detective John Morgan will discuss crime prevention and solutions at this community forum. All are welcomed to attend.