Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by local law enforcement agencies. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.
— Macedonia —
Windows smashed at hotel: A 26-year-old Maple Heights woman was charged with fifth-degree felony vandalism and misdemeanor charges of resisting arrest, obstructing official business and disorderly conduct while intoxicated after police responded to a report of the sounds of a woman screaming and glass shattering at a Highland Road hotel at around 5:30 a.m. Nov. 17.
Police said when they arrived, they saw the Maple Heights woman outside a room screaming and banging on the door. A man and two women inside the room told police the four of them had arrived at the hotel together, but the Maple Heights woman had been drinking and started misbehaving, so they locked her out of the room.
Police said the woman allegedly smashed some double-pane windows, with the damage estimated at $2,000. The woman also allegedly tried to kick and pull away from officers when they were arresting her and she repeatedly refused to identify herself, police said. She was taken to Macedonia City Jail.
Account withdrawals reported: A Macedonia woman reported discovering Nov. 17 that someone withdrew a total of $5,000 from her bank account in two transactions a couple of days earlier. The woman said the bank requested she file a police report.
Condoms stolen from store: A Bedford Heights man, 21, was charged with misdemeanor theft after a Macedonia Commons Boulevard store employee reported the man left the store without paying for a box of condoms valued at more than $7 Nov. 16. The employee said the condoms could not be sold because the man had opened the packaging. The man was taken to Macedonia City Jail.
Belt needed to hold pants up: An Akron man, 29, was charged with misdemeanor theft after a Macedonia Commons Boulevard store employee reported the man was apparently planning to leave the store without paying for a $36 belt Nov. 10.
The employee said that while checking store security camera monitors, he saw the man, a store janitorial and maintenance contractor, put the belt into a trash can on a cart he was pushing. He said he then saw the man go into a changing room, then come out wearing the belt with its tags removed.
The man told police his pants were falling down and he needed something to hold them up. He was taken to Macedonia City Jail.
Men arrested at store: A Cleveland man, 21, and a Bedford man, 22, were charged with misdemeanor theft after a Macedonia Commons Boulevard store employee reported the men left the store without paying for clothing totaling about $265 in value Nov. 9. The Cleveland man was also cited with marijuana possession and open container. The men were taken to Macedonia City Jail.
Woman cited during traffic stop: A Twinsburg woman, 26, was cited with marijuana possession, drug paraphernalia possession and stop signs after police said they saw her twice fail to come to a complete stop at stop signs and they stopped her vehicle on Shepard Hills Boulevard at about 7:35 p.m. Nov. 10. Police said that after a Twinsburg police K-9 indicated the possible presence of narcotics in her vehicle, they found a marijuana cigarette and a stone with a white powder residue suspected to have been used to crush pills into powder for snorting. The woman was released at the scene.
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Man charged during traffic stop: A Cuyahoga Falls man, 42, was charged with operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, blood alcohol content test refusal, driving under suspension and open container after police said they determined through a random computer check of his license plate number that his driving privileges were suspended and they stopped his vehicle on Route 8 southbound near the city’s border with Boston Heights at about 9:40 a.m. Nov. 9.
Police said they smelled an odor of alcohol coming from the man and he performed poorly on the field sobriety tests. He was taken to Macedonia City Jail.
Woman reports fraudulent purchase: A Valley View Road woman reported Oct. 29 that someone used her personal information to purchase a drone through an online payment service in October 2017. Police said they determined through an investigation that the purchase price was for about $1,360 and the shipping and billing address is in Virginia. Police said they contacted local police in Virginia to continue the investigation.