Sheriff's Report – November 8, 2012
Thursday, November 08, 2012
The following is a sampling of the calls handled by the Geauga County Sheriff's Office Oct. 29 through Nov. 1. In total, the sheriff's office handled 389 calls during this seven-day period.
10:39 a.m., Boulder Glen Drive, Munson. Neighbor's bull is in our backyard. Also possible cows are loose. Owner was reached and she will call her son and will take care of any property damage. All animals are back in.
10:15 p.m., Madison Road, Montville. Male caller says another man pulled a gun on him and then assaulted him. Caller was leaving his property when they stopped him in his vehicle and then started beating him. The other male had a black sweatshirt and short hair. Caller has a broken tooth and is bleeding. Caller believes it was a shotgun and actually pointed at him. A fistfight began; male denies having a firearm on his person and denies pointing any firearm at caller when they confronted him. He states he was in possession of his firearm earlier attempting to shoot a groundhog earlier. He admitted he has been consuming alcohol today. Firearm now in the residence. Male states he consumed six beers since approximatley 5:30 p.m. and was discharging rounds from his shotgun right before the altercation with caller. One male arrested for assault.
10:05 a.m., Goredon Drive, Aquilla. Neighbor is making threats. The neighbors have left. Complainant would still like to make report. Provided advice to caller who stated neighbor came onto his property to confront him about stealing 9 ounces of marijuana. Caller stated he was not responsible for the loss of marijuana and was incarcerated at the time of the weed theft. Caller wanted confrontation noted for future reference.
2:49 p.m., S. Brown Road, Hambden. Female screaming on the phone. Sounds like a domestic in progress. Son called her a "c#%#" because she asked him to clean house. Male beligerant with deputies on scene. No violence or threats. Male is leaving tomorrow for a few days.
5:12 p.m., GAR Highway, Montville. Sixteen-year-old daughter kicked me in the stomach. No rescue is needed. Female is throwing glasses all over the house and they have shattered. Husband is home now and will keep them under control best he can. Mother is peeing blood. Juvenile yelling in the background that her mother pulled her hair and was hitting her. No weapons. Juvenile arrested.
1:26 a.m., Plank Road, Thompson. Male is threatening people and trying to fight every one. He is being restrained by people right now. Ten people at party and they have been drinking. He has a knife on him but has not used it. He is still trying to fight with people. He is getting out of control. He has calmed down and is sitting in front seat of his car. He doesn't know police are coming. Summons issued.
8:14 p.m., Stafford Road, Auburn. Caller states he has a crack pipe he found inside of his residence. Drugs belong to his wife, who is not home and has been gone for nearly a month. Caller wanted to report he found crack pipe in a dresser in his and his wife's bedroom. He stated he found it when he was cleaning out her belongings. He requested the pipe be confiscated by GCSO and that he was going to report the incident to his office.
6:07 p.m., Main Market Road, Parkman. Male received a text message saying credit union card had been deactivated. Upon calling the number a recording requesting the number of his credit card. Caller did not provide this information.
8:41 p.m., LaDue Trail, Auburn. Report of harassment being taken from an Auburn resident at Bainbridge Giant Eagle. Father of Kenston student who resides in Auburn reported to me that his son received a vulgar and sexually oriented message from an unknown source. The parent will forward the message to my email to be added to the report; he was advised not to have his son communicate with anyone he does not know.
7:40 a.m., Merritt Road, Munson. Inmate wants to file a complaint against his ex-girlfriend. He believes she took his car and stole his money. Deputy advised. Civil issue referred to his attorney.
4:55 p.m., Woodbury Drive, Newbury. Caller believes subjects have stolen an antique radio and some jewelry from his home. Caller noticed the items missing on Oct. 15. Caller tried to give them time to return the items and they have not.