On 1/11/2019 a female came to the Avon Lake Police Department in reference to a traffic complaint. According to the female, she advised that she drives a school bus for the city of Avon Lake and on 1/9/2019 at approximately 1515 hours a vehicle drove around her school bus when her stop sign was out while on Walker Road near Danbury Lane. The female described the car as a red 4 door vehicle with a bald male driving who was in his late 30s. The female also provided a license plate which matched the description of the vehicle. The female was provided a written statement which she completed. On 1/15/2019 I conducted follow up with the driver of the suspect vehicle at their address on Inwood Blvd in Avon Lake. The male driver was identified and admitted he was involved in the incident, but advised he did not believe he was at fault. At this time I issued the male a traffic citation for not stopping for a school bus ORC: 4511.75. The male was provided a mandatory court date of 1/24/2019 at 0830 hours. It should be noted the female bus driver was contacted via telephone and advised she is the complainant in this case, and would possibly receive a court subpoena in this case should the male chose to contest the citation.
On 01/16/2019 at approximately 0745 hours, R/O observed a vehicle traveling north on SR83 near Coventry Ct. The vehicle failed to stop for a stopped school bus and the juvenile offender was issued a citation for Stopping for a Stopped School Bus (Orc. 4511.75).
On 1/15/2019 Avon Lake police were dispatched to a residence on Treeside Lane in reference to a 14 year old juvenile who was having psychological issues refusing to go to the hospital for treatment. Upon arrival, officers determined the juvenile required psychological medical treatment. The juvenile refused to be transported to the hospital by his parents, therefore officers contact ALFD to transport the juvenile by ambulance. Upon the arrival of the ambulance the juvenile was transported to Fairview Hospital without incident
On 1/16/2019 Avon Lake Police responded to an address on Bennington Blvd in reference to a Burglary. Upon making contact with the complainant, she advised while she was not home, her safe was broken into. The complainant advised money as well as jewelry was missing from the safe. She also advised clothes were missing off of her shelf. Upon investigating the incident it was determined the safe was forcefully broken into. It is unclear at this time how the suspect(s) entered the residence, although it does not appear that forceful entry was made. This case is currently under investigation.
On Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at 1800 hours, R/O was dispatched to 221 Inwood Blvd. for a property damage complaint. The complainant stated the side door to her home was damaged. It is unknown what caused the damage.
While in custody at the Avon Lake Municipal Court, temporarily housed in a court cell, a Lorain man intentionally placed a large amount of toilet paper in the toilet in an attempt to render it inoperable. The Lorain man will be charged with Criminal Mischief and given a future court date.
On Friday, 01/18/2019 at approximately 1726 Officers were dispatched the a Miller Rd business for a report of a Motor Vehicle Accident where the subject hit the building with his vehicle. Upon arrival it was learned the male didn't hit the building, but was under the influence of narcotics. Subject was taken into custody for Physical Control.
Business owner advised she has an unwanted person at her store and would like for him to be removed. Caller advised he has become physical. Spoke with both parties, they've agreed to a resolve. Transported the male half to Get-Go in Avon at SR83 and Chester Rd. He was advised not to contact the owner or return unless a police escort is present.
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