Rocky River Police Blotter: Grill on the Run

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On 02/24/2020 at about 11:15 PM police noticed an occupied and running vehicle at the intersection of Dorothy Ave. and Wooster Rd. The car had an open trunk with a propane grill hanging from within and the windows of the car were steamed up. The operator of the vehicle, later identified as Robert Hukill, 48-years-old from Cleveland, had a strong odor of alcohol coming from his breath, slurred and thick speech, and an open container of beer in the center console. A records check indicated that Mr. Hukill did not have a valid driver's license and was wanted by the Parma Police Department. After field tests, Mr. Hukill was arrested for drunk driving, driving under suspension, and open container in a motor vehicle. 

On 02/29/2020 at about 2:25 PM police were called to the Rocky River Library 1600 Hampton Rd. after staff reported a man who was given a trespass warning in September was back in the building and would not leave. The 41-year-old Rocky River man, who officers learned had arrests warrants from two other law enforcement agencies, was located in the building and removed without incident. Library personnel declined to sign a trespassing complaint and the man was turned over to the Geauga County Sheriff's Office for one of his warrants. 

On 02/29/2020 at about 3:00 PM police went to the UPS Store 19885 Detroit Rd. after a clerk there reported being threatened. A customer was attempting to return an Amazon package that did not have appropriate postage and that it needed the return label from Amazon. The man became upset and argued before leaving the store. As the clerk followed him out, the man turned and threatened him. The subject, a white male, about 6 feet tall and 190 pounds, in his mid 20s with short, blond hair, remains unidentified. 

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