Rocky River Police Blotter: Shar-Pei/Poodle Mix Bitten By German Shepard

Rocky River Police

10/28/20 Weapons

At approximately 1:08 AM a RRPD officer saw a vehicle eastbound on Center Ridge Rd. with very dark window tint. When the officer began to follow the vehicle it initially pulled into a driveway and turned off the lights. After a short time the vehicle pulled out of the driveway and began traveling again, this time with no headlights on. The car was stopped and it was discovered that he did not have a valid driver license and had an outstanding warrant. All the occupants of the vehicle were removed and a search of the vehicle revealed a large amount of suspected narcotics as well as a loaded handgun. All three occupants were arrested on suspicion of drug trafficking and a weapons charge. The detective bureau is currently handling the investigation and felony charges are pending.

10/30/20 Attempted Burglary

A Beverly Hills Dr. resident reported that sometime during the overnight hours a person unknown attempted to break into their home by breaking out a basement window. It did not appear that entry was made into the residence. A canvass of the neighborhood produced a negative results and there are no suspects at this time.

11/1/20 Animal Bites

At approximately 8:30 pm an Orchard Park Dr. resident reported that his Shar-Pei/poodle mix dog was bitten by a German Shepherd that was being walked off leash. The resident reported that his dog was loose in the front yard when the loose German Shepherd was walked by his residence and his dog ran up to the Shepherd and was subsequently bitten. He reported that his dog then began to run down the street and the Shepherd gave chase and by the time he was able to catch up to them the German Shepherd had his dog on the ground. He reported that once he got home with his dog he noticed blood and what appeared to be bite marks. His dog was treated at the emergency vet for several puncture wounds. The Animal Control Officer is currently investigating the incident.

Have you noticed anything different about a few of our Rocky River Police Officers? Several have chosen to give up the razor for the month to participate in the No Shave WishVember Fundraiser to benefit A Special Wish Cleveland. Money raised will grant wishes for local children battling a life-threatening illness. To make a donation or learn more about A Special Wish Cleveland, visit 

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