Rocky River Police Blotter: Wrong License Plates

Below are items of interest from the Rocky River Police Department from Tuesday, 11/20/2018, through Monday, 11/26/2018.

On 11/20/2018 at about 12:07 AM, police stopped a Subaru Legacy on Interstate-90 for a traffic violation. The vehicle had license plates that belonged on a Honda and the driver, Christian Rivera, 21-years-old from Cleveland, had a suspended driver's license. As officers were completing paperwork, the driver's friend Jamie Rodriguez, 23-years-old from Cleveland, arrived to pick him up but also had a suspended driver's license. Both vehicles were impounded and the motorists were driven off the highway.

On 11/24/2018 at about 6:45 AM a Westover Ave. resident called to report his Toyota RAV4 was taken from his driveway sometime after 2:30 AM. He reported that the vehicle was locked and he had the key. The vehicle was later recovered in Lyndhurst, a key was within. Rocky River and Lyndhurst Police are investigating.

On 11/25/2018 at about 4:50 PM staff at Bickford Senior Living 21600 Detroit Rd. reported the odor of natural gas in the building. Residents were evacuated while the Fire Department and gas company investigated and suspects the cause was an auxiliary rooftop unit. Residents were allowed back in the building at about 7:30 PM. No one was injured.

On 11/26/2018 at about 7:15 PM a resident reported her house on Wooster Rd. near Story Rd. had been broken into. Only jewelry was discovered to be missing. The resident indicated the house was empty from about 6:30 AM until 7:15 PM. Officers are investigating.

 On 11/26/2018 at about 9:15 PM police were called to a Linden Rd. apartment building after a report that a person who was prohibited from being in the building was in the lobby. The man had left prior to police arrival, but was located nearby and advised that returning to the building could result in criminal trespass charges.

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