The following is a sampling of the calls handled by the Geauga County Sheriff's Office March 14-20. In total, the sheriff's office handled 330 calls…
The following is a sampling of the calls handled by the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office March 14-20. In total, the sheriff’s office handled 330 calls during this seven-day period.
9:29 p.m., GAR Highway, Montville. Caller reported an intoxicated male that is burning things in a bonfire by himself. He assaulted one of his neighbors after they checked on him after a loud boom from the fire. The male was throwing beer and then hit the caller in the head. Male has no weapons that they know of. No history of violence per the caller.
5:12 p.m., Kile road, Claridon. Neighbor has been cutting her trees and taking it for firewood. Caller has tried to get them to stop, but they won’t. Called would like a report and direction to handle.
6:48 p.m., Mulberry Road, Munson. Caller states her son is at this address with his father. The son was supposed to spend an extra night with his father. Caller received a call from her son that his father punched him in the eye and broke his cell phone. Father is possibly intoxicated. Caller mentions there should be a disassembled rifle in the house.
1:21 a.m., Munn Road, Auburn. 63-year-old female reported multiple lacerations to her hand. Dog pulled her through her screen door, causing the lacerations. Deputy responded. States that her fingers are feeling numb. Transported to University Hospitals.
9:47 p.m., GAR/Old State Road, Hambden. Caller reported an empty green house with an opened door. Deputy aware of call. The door has been open for many months. The house is vacant and abandoned. The door cannot be secured.
6:13 p.m., Main Market Road, Troy. Caller received numberous phone calls from someone about him winning a Rolls Royce. Caller advised they will not stop calling him. It was noted to be a scam. Complainant advised not to give personal information over the phone.
10:25 a.m., Stafford Road, Auburn. Caller reported a man came up to the door trying to sell steaks. The man was really banging on the door. He was driving a black pick-up truck with an American flag on it. The truck also had a refrigerator type back. The caller thought that it was odd and would like him checked out. Deputy responded. Unable to locate vehicle.
3:26 p.m., Lancaster Drive, Auburn. Male on post to report theft at his residence. Deputy advised. Son stole two credit cards from mom. Confessed and returned. Reported to credit card company fraud department.
2:16 p.m., Kinsman Road, Middlefield. Male took a light bar off a vehicle. I bought it from him and said he didn’t. He did return it after being told the cops were being called. Caller has him on video taking the light off the vehicle and wants to make a theft report. Male called and advised he returned the light bar. Caller also said that the male steals things from Walmart and has stolen things from him before. Deputy determined matter is not criminal, rather civil in nature. Male returned the light bar to the owner of the vehicle. Deputy advised the caller that if future problems with the male occur, and if the caller does not want him on property anymore, he could opt for a protection order.
5:48 p.m., Claridon Troy Road, Hambden. Called reported a male in a gray hoodie and black pants is spray painting in the middle of the road. There is yellow paint everywhere and someone is going to hit him. Older male with long gray hair. There is no vehicles parked in the area. Report to follow.
2:52 p.m., Mayfield/Madison Road, Huntsburg. Black BMW x2. Deputy warned driver for 44-55 mph. Upon contacting driver odor of code 18. Search of car turned up negative. Driver and passenger stated they smoked marijuana earlier.
4:18 p.m., Pekin/Bass Lake, Newbury. Caller from Bass Lake advised there are gunshots in the area from an unknown address on Pekin that has a black mailbox and pond out front. Caller mentioned the guys in the past have shot out of their house windows and have hit the barn. Caller would like it checked and have them told again to use proper back stop. A male was found to be shooting unsafely away from callers residence. The male was advised of proper procedure and issued a verbal warning.
7:18 p.m., U.S. 422, Auburn. Caller reported two people out on the ice on the north side of the causeway. One looks to be laying on the ice or possibly partially in the water and the second is running back and forth on the ice. Deputy responded. One person sitting ice fishing and two others ice skating.
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