Server, there is a fraud on my cash account: Orange Police Blotter
Fraud-Illegal use of a credit card (crime): Orange Place
A 19-year-old Cleveland Heights woman reported on June 5 that she had dined at a local steakhouse four days before and left her credit card behind, unsuccessfully calling the restaurant in hopes of getting it back.
Instead, she quickly found two separate charges at the restaurant totaling $ 258, as well as another unauthorized charge of $ 112 at a online fashion boutique for women, all on her Firefighters Community Credit Union card and account. She described her server to the police, adding that she wanted to file a complaint if necessary.
Disorderly, threatening, disturbing driving: Orange Place
Courtyard Marriott management reported finding a Cleveland woman, 20, trying to unlock doors with room keys that did not belong to this hotel around 11:30 am on June 1. That didn’t stop her from trying them out, after learning a few hours earlier that there were no rooms to check in and try again later.
The suspect admitted to threatening to punch the manager, a woman from Parma, 62, in the face, but police found the rest of her story to be misleading, starting with her claim that her friend was staying there, even though she wasn’t. was unsure of the room number. Then she wasn’t sure what the friend’s name was.
Then she said she was dropped off by Lyft after her car broke down while making a DoorDash delivery. Warned that her next stop was jail, she cited medical issues and suicidal thoughts (later retracted) that prompted correctional officers to reconsider, resulting in citations being issued instead so she could be released.
The hotel has also requested that all return visits be classified as criminal trespassing.
Drug abuse, drug paraphernalia, firefighter assistance (ambulance): Orange Place
Police responded to Extended Stay North to assist firefighters at the scene of an overdose around 7:30 p.m. on June 6, finding a Painesville woman, 23, in the parking lot, where two friends dragged her to find help after taking a mixture of heroin and fentanyl.
Two officers helped her get into the ambulance, then asked management to lock down the room where the three – the other two were both Willoughby’s men, aged 24 and 28 – had now been deported, so that they can gather potential evidence.
Many empty syringes found in this room were packaged for disposal at Ahuja Medical Center, while police took two – one containing a clear liquid and the other a dark-colored liquid – for analysis. laboratory, as well as two spoons, all found in drawers or duffel bags. No charges were immediately filed.
Simple assault, departmental information: East Woodcrest Drive
Police responded to the REM group home on June 6 regarding an assault, with no further details available other than that the victim was listed as a female, 38, and the subject was a male, 44. It is not clear whether these were group home workers or clients.
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