Fairview Park Police Blotter: Bottle Thrown Through Car Window

(Fairview Park) - November 18, 2020 Felony Theft 21565 Lorain Road 1010 hrs

An owner of a landscaping company reported over $3,000.00 in equipment stolen after the lock was cut off a trailer in the parking lot. The scene was processed for physical evidence and the crime is still under investigation.

November 19, 2020 Criminal Damage W. 220 St. at Parkdale Dr. 1328 hrs

An officer working a construction detail called to report a road rage incident in which a bottle was thrown through the rear window of a car. The victim reported he was tailgated by the subject from Rocky River city line on W. 210 St. south, west on Lorain Road then south on W. 220 St. While stopped in the construction zone the subject threw a bottle through the back window of the victim’s car. The subject fled the scene. Officers are following leads to identify the suspect.

November 20, 2020 Fleeing and Eluding Brookpark Road at Mastick Road. 2049hrs

A Police Officer tried to stop a utility van for an equipment violation while it traveled westbound on Brookpark Road. The vehicle refused to stop then traveled into the residential streets of Fairview Park north of I-480. Once the officer was able to see the driver and call the license plate out the pursuit was called off as the vehicle got on I-480 eastbound. Approximately three hours after the chase the owner of the van reported it stolen to the North Olmsted Police Department. The vehicle was recovered in Cleveland later that evening unoccupied. Officers are trying identify the driver of the van.

November 22, 2020 Criminal Damage 22960 Lorain Road 1002 hrs

A 49- year old Fairview Park Resident arrived at the Police Station to report someone had damaged her vehicle overnight. She parked her 2002 Volvo overnight, undamaged, in the parking lot of New Hope Church and had permission to do so. When she returned she found the front driver's side headlight and turn signal assembly had been broken. She found no other damage to her vehicle, and nothing to indicate who or what caused the damage. She knew of no one who would damage her vehicle deliberately, and did not believe that the vehicle was hit-skipped, given the way it was parked. The damage was photographed. As of this writing there are no suspects.

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