Westlake Police: Exposed Female Pedestrian Brings Concern

A woman walking with her lower body exposed elicited a call to Westlake Police last week:

On 6/18/20 at approx. 2:30PM a 911 caller reported that a female was walking on Crocker Rd in the area of the Double Tree.  The citizen was concerned because the female was walking with nothing covering the lower part of her body.  By the time officers arrived in the area witnesses reported that she had entered the hotel.  Investigation led to a room where a 24yo female was identified.  She claimed that the wind may have blown up her dress at times when she walked toward the hotel from local shopping.  The Cleveland resident also had entered warrants from Beachwood and Brunswick PDs for harassing communications.  She was turned over to Brunswick PD.  A report for indecent exposure was generated for prosecutor review.

$1700 Auto Accident Buy-out Attempted

A ‘messed-up’ driver attempted to buy out of an accident for $1700:

On 6/26/20 at approx. 11:15PM officers responded to a report of a traffic crash at Detroit and Dover.  Both vehicles had pulled into Ace Hardware where the operator of the striking vehicle had become “aggressive.”  The officers had to stop the aggressive driver from leaving the scene of the accident.  The male admitted that he messed up and said that he “was drunk.”  The 42yo Westlake resident admitted that he offered the other driver $1700 and became upset when they would not accept the pay off.  The male appeared intoxicated and was field tested.  He was arrested for OVI and transported to the Westlake Jail.  The male was charged with OVI as well as failure to maintain assured clear distance.  An additional charge is pending the results of a urine test.

KI Shoes Scammed for $1k

Seller burned for $1000 in Kyrie Irving Shoe Scam:

On 6/18/20 at about 6:00PM a citizen arrived at WPD to report a theft.  The male had used the Offer Up application to attempt to sell Kyrie Irving shoes.  When he received an offer from a “Clara” on the application, the victim thought he had sold the shoes for $200.  After some back and forth with the “buyer” where it appeared that the payments did not go through and needed to be reimbursed, the victim was out over $1000.  Investigators are following up.

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