Solon Police Reports: September 7th

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Passing Bad Checks, Uscale IT:  August 27th 2:11 p.m.  Upscale IT, 33533 Aurora Road, reported that a woman came in and purchased $560.47 in merchandise and payed with a check, providing an Ohio ID card as identification.  The woman came back later and returned all of the items claiming that her husband had forgotten to put enough money in the account.  It was learned from another business owner, whom the suspect had visited after Upscale IT, that the account number of the check was not valid and the check was fraudulent; Wanda Campbell, 53 of Bedford, was arrested and charged with Passing Bad Checks.

Criminal Damage, Regency Technologies:  August 30th 12:06 p.m.  A 27 year old employee of Regency Technologies, 6111 Cochran Road, reports someone damaged his 2014 Toyota by placing a large piece of rebar under his vehicle in a way that caused it to puncture his radiator when the vehicle was moved.  Laura Koster, 55 of Cleveland, was charged with Criminal Damaging.

OVI, Harper Road:  September 2nd 8:03 p.m.  Officers responded to an accident at Harper and US 422 and, upon speaking to the person at fault, observed indications that the individual was impaired.  Field sobriety tests confirmed this and Rayshon Seals, 54 of East Cleveland, was arrested and taken to jail where he refused to submit to a breath test.  He is charged with OVI, Driving under Suspension, and Failure to Yield.

Domestic Violence, Liberty Hills:  September 4th 5:15 p.m.  A 49 year old resident of Franklin Drive reported being assaulted by her 17 year old son during an argument.  According to her the son had thrown a dinner plate at her, striking her in the head.  The juvenile was taken into custody and transported to the Juvenile Detention Center.

Theft, Market District:  September 5th 11:55 a.m.  Officers were advised that loss prevention had a female in custody at Market District, 34310 Aurora Road, for shoplifting.  Officers responded, placing Evelyn Chernikoff, 73 of Solon, under arrest for Theft of $195.50 in items that she left the store with without paying.

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