Suspected Brooklyn bank robber monitored, then nailed: Orange Police Blotter



Attempt to locate, warrant served: boulevard Chagrin

After the village’s Flock security camera system alerted police to an eastbound Ford Fusion with a bank robbery warrant attached to the owner shortly after 11 a.m. on March 19, a patrol sergeant located the car outside the Apple Store in Woodmere.

Seen entering the store was the suspect, a 31-year-old Cleveland man, accompanied by a woman and a minor. He was arrested by three officers inside the store while two others outside held the perimeter.

The warrant was confirmed by Brooklyn, Ohio police, who arrived shortly after for the suspect and his car.

Unloading a gun: Emery Road

Police responded to numerous reports of shots being fired in the 27000 block shortly after 10 p.m. on March 16. There they met a Saginaw Hills caretaker who said the owners had a NEST camera system that captured the incident.

They ended up quoting a 29-year-old man with addresses in Warrensville Heights and Cleveland who apparently didn’t know the family or the house keeper when he drove by a 2019 GMC Terrain and decided to pull at least four shots with a 9 mm Rugeur. He was due to appear in Bedford City Court.

Display of license plates; Warrant served, cars towed: Chagrin Boulevard, Orange Place

After performing a traffic stop near the I-271 ramp on a 2008 Mazda CX-9 with no visible license plate around 11 a.m. on March 14, police discovered that the driver, a 31-year-old Cleveland man, had a active felony warrant for dangerous drugs by the Portage County Sheriff’s Office. The deputies there demanded that he be housed in the prison of Solon until their arrival.

In his possession, police found nearly $5,000 in cash and an unmarked bottle containing eight white pills which they sent to a lab after telling police it was Viagra.

Disorders, misconduct: Orange Place

Police found an intoxicated Cleveland man, 44, restrained — apparently for the second time in an hour — on the floor of a sixth-floor room at the Drury Inn & Suites at 2:12 a.m. on March 20 .

He wanted to go see his daughter, 8, who was moved to another room largely because of her drunkenness. The police also tried to calm him down, at one point in handcuffs, but after he was released he ran down the hall, saying they couldn’t tell him what to do and that he was going to get his daughter.

When he told the police that their only option was to take him to jail because he wouldn’t cooperate, they exercised it, although he later sought medical attention from Solon and was then taken away. in a local hospital for the treatment of hypertension.

Property Damage: Harvard Road

A resident reported on March 20 that she had returned home the day before to find that someone had apparently hit her garage door with a vehicle.

Although she was able to open and close it manually, it was no longer mechanically operational and needed to be repaired by a professional.

The police report was for documentation purposes only, although she told police she believed the damage was intentional and related to an ongoing court case.

Identity theft: Waterford court

A 64-year-old resident reported on March 14 that someone had successfully opened a fraudulent account at Green Dot Bank and obtained a prepaid debit card using his social security card. He contacted the bank, reported the fraud and had the account reported and closed.

He contacted the Federal Trade Commission and has already had a freeze at major credit bureaus due to past incidents of identity theft.

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