Fairview Park Police Blotter: Aug. 28th-Sept. 2nd

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August 28, 2018               Domestic Violence             4509 W. 221 St                  1624hrs.

Resident called to report she was assaulted by her 13 year old son causing cuts and bruises. The child fled the home while officers responded. The boy was located behind Fairview Shopping Centre where officers recovered a large knife from the male who threatened self-harm. He was transported to the hospital for evaluation then to the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Justice Center where he was held on Domestic Violence charges.

August 29, 2018         Public Intoxication      Lorain Road at W. 224 St.          0145 hrs.

A motorist reported a male lying half in the road and half on the sidewalk near the intersection of Lorain Road and W. 224 St. When Officers arrived they found a56 year old Cleveland resident passed out due to alcohol impairment. He was arrested for Disorderly Conduct by Intoxication. He was transported to the Fairview Park City Jail where he was held until he was sober.

August 30, 2018   Suspicious Person          4123 W. 223 St.      0327hrs.

A resident reported a male walking around her house with a gas can. When officers arrived the male drove away when they tried to talk with him. The 57 year old Elyria resident was stopped after a few blocks. Through investigation it was learned the purpose for the gas can was to set the grill on fire at his soon to be ex-brother in law’s home. The male who was intoxicated was trying to send a message over his unhappiness about the upcoming divorce. He was arrested for Operating a Vehicle While Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drug of Abuse, Attempted Arson and Fleeing and Eluding. One last thing, he had the wrong house. His brother in law lives approximately 15 houses north of the victim’s home on the other side of the street.

September 1, 2018         Theft from Auto     Valley Forge Dr. and Cromwell Ave.     0900 hrs.

A resident on Valley Forge Dr. and another resident on Cromwell Ave. reported items taken from their unlocked vehicles. The thefts occurred sometime overnight. A reminder to lock your vehicles at night to secure your personal belongings.

September 2, 2018          Littering                   Fairpark Dr.                                                     1510hrs   

An officer on patrol on Fairpark Drive near the Police Station observed the front seat passenger of the car in front of him throw a beer can from the vehicle into the street. The officer stopped the car and found female responsible for the littering was not wearing her seat belt. The 43 year old Cleveland resident was cited for the Littering and Seatbelt Violations and released.      

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