HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ohio
Disturbance: Millridge Highway
A criticism was obtained June 23 of a person parking his truck on church property and urinating in view of two ladies within the space. The caller additionally mentioned the person often parks there and lets his canine defecate.
Officers realized the person, 29, is an worker of Fitworks. He was warned about his habits and suggested he might be charged if he had been caught urinating.
Animals: Lynden Drive
A canine was reported working unfastened within the space June 23. It was positioned and reunited with its proprietor.
A short while later, a resident mentioned her daughter was jogging when the canine’s proprietor stopped her and requested the place she lived. She mentioned she informed him, and he mentioned, “I’ll discover you.” It was believed the person suspected the lady’s household reported the canine working unfastened.
Particular consideration was given to the household’s residence.
Suspicion: Strumbly Drive
A report was made June 23 of a bit lady on a motorcycle using up a resident’s driveway. The caller mentioned that no lady lives there and was questioning why the lady was there. Officers realized the resident was serving to the lady repair her bike. They spoke to her dad and mom and realized the whole lot was OK.
Theft: Wilson Mills Highway
A Residence Depot worker was charged with theft June 22. She had been suspected of stealing $300 from retailer registers whereas engaged on a number of dates.
Disturbance: South Applecross Highway
Officers obtained a criticism June 25 of a residence that usually has events with loud music. The nameless caller mentioned the house owner was at the moment enjoying the music in preparation of a celebration that evening.
Officers responded to the residence and located the music was not too loud however suggested the house owner of the ordinance.
Disturbance: Wilson Mills Highway
Officers responded to a disturbance on the metropolis park June 23 and realized two motorists had a disagreement on the roadway and had pulled into the park to debate it. The state of affairs was adjusted, and each had been despatched on their manner.
Rescue squad help: Golfview Lane
Officers responded to an assisted residing dwelling June 29 for a report of a resident making an attempt to stab individuals with a fork. The state of affairs was adjusted, and the person was taken to the hospital.
Common help: Stanwell Drive
A lady, 80, reported June 28 that she discovered a nail in her tire. An officer seemed on the tire and believed it had been picked up over the course of driving.
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