Sheriff's Report – November 29, 2012
Thursday, November 29, 2012
The following is a sampling of the calls handled by the Geauga County Sheriff's Office NOV. 16-22. In total, the sheriff's office handled 381 calls during this seven-day period.
12:35 a.m., Morgan Road, Montville. Underage drinking party at the corner. Caller saw social media pictures of people drinking. People in the pictures are approximately 18 years old. Numerous people at the party. All kids staying. Alcohol removed and destroyed. Spoke with parents at residence. No one under 18 left at property.
10:11 a.m., Butternut Road, Newbury. Sheep loose on Butternut near NDCL campus. Put sheep back in pasture, secured gate.
12:07 p.m., Sunshine Drive, Chardon. Female thinks her neighbor is purposefully putting their leaves in her yard. Spoke to the complainant; advice given.
1:41 p.m., Ledge Road, Thompson. Man is stalking me on his golf cart. He has two kids and went south. He lives at Ledge and Leroy in Thompson, so he will have to go by again to get home.
12:22 a.m., Berkshire Drive, Aquilla. Two teenagers arguing and parents are keeping them apart. A lot of arguing and screaming. This is over one teenager wanting to watch TV and the other wouldnï¿½t let him. No drugs or alcohol parents are aware of, no weapons. They were hitting and pushing each other. Son is getting upset about having to stay in house; he is very disobedient. Parents have had to call before for son being unruly. Parents are going to seek out help.
6:46 p.m., Wayne Lane, Hambden. Female with a back injury from the male slamming his wife to the floor. Male stated he slammed his wife on the ground and is afraid he broke her back. Female in the background sounded disoriented. Phone disconnected prior to getting any further information. Deputy responded. Arrest made.
3:36 p.m., Mayfield Road, Huntsburg. Caller states she received a fraudulent call from two subjects claiming to be from Microsoft. They attempted to fet her to send them money for ï¿½anti-lockï¿½ software to unlock her computer. Caller states her computer is now locked up and will not work; she did not provide the callers with any personal information. Subjects were able to trick her into locking her computer up and giving them access to it. Suspects advised they would unlock the computer for money, but the complainant denied them and hung up. Caller was advised to unplug her computer and have it serviced. Caller asked incident be documented at GCSO. Advice given; cleared IR only.
8:29 p.m., Regent Park Drive, Munson. Callerï¿½s daughter received text messages saying, ï¿½I wish you would have been shot at the Chardon School shooting.ï¿½ They are coming from a male and his daughter does not know this person. Caller called the number. Caller would like a call back when this is handled. Report taken.
1:57 p.m., Munn Road, Newbury. On Munn between Music and Bell, construction worker flagged caller to go around and as she was passing he turned his back to her, unzipped his pants and urinated on the side of the road up against the hill. Male stated he had no other place available as he had been out flagging traffic. Male thought cars were far enough passed area. Male was warned.
9:41 a.m., Sablewood Drive, Auburn. Caller was walking down the road and saw bag of what appears to be crack pipes. Caller took bag home and wants to turn it over to police. Two drug pipes.
12 p.m., Quinn Road, Auburn. Young man in vehicle in parking lot at Beartown Lakes smoking marijuana. You could smell it and he slumped down when they passed by.
6:38 p.m., Chardon Road, Chardon. Adult male overdose on heroin. Does have a slow pulse and is breathing shallow. Male is outside in the yard. There is no needle but mother says he has been using for a long time. Male transported.
7:30 p.m., Berkshire Industrial Parkway, Burton. Caller states he found a dead mouse in his car. Believes it was placed in his vehicle by someone at his former place of employment.
2:57 p.m., Ravenna Road, Munson. iPad is missing from the office. Deputy advised. Report taken.
3:09 p.m., Bell Street, Newbury. Cell phone was stolen from the YMCA.
6:10 p.m., Kinsman Road, Newbury. Approximately 12-year-old male came into store and stole beer. Owner has it on camera as well as license plate of vehicle he got into. Deputy advised.
8:09 a.m., Longwood Avenue, Burton. This occurred Nov. 17. Caller had some friends over and just noticed items missing from the residence. Necklaces and earrings. Caller advised his little brother found part of the items in the downstairs bathroom. Deputy advised. Spoke with all parties involved. A resolution was reached and jewelry was returned to owner, who does not wish to pursue criminal charges.
12:34 a.m., Kinsman Road, Newbury. Threatening text messages (friendï¿½s sisterï¿½s boyfriend). He is threatening to throw a molotov cocktail through the window, harm caller and his wife, rape and kill. Has sent several text messages. Says he is mad because he was talking to the sister. Unknown where he lives; staying with brother because he was getting out of control. Caller states subject is heavy drug user, usually heroin. Advice was given on how to get a CPO.