The following is a sampling of the calls handled by the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office August 1 through August 7. In total, the sheriff’s office handled 433 calls during this seven-day period.
11:16 p.m., Valentine Road, Thompson. My neighbor just barged into my house about three minutes ago and started choking me. He said he was going to kill me. He had no weapons and then left back to his house down the street. I just met him. Argument was over a BIC lighter and that he was going to kill me. As he said if I told anyone that he was going to kill me, he shoved me into the bedroom. He then hit me. Caller refusing rescue squad. Not injured. Caller reconfirmed no weapons. Said he was in the middle of taking a shower and neighbor pulled him out of the shower and started choking him and then said he was going to kill him. Caller did have his neighbor’s lighter in his pocket. He said he accidentally took it earlier. Caller gave it back to him and that’s when he started choking him. Said, “If I?ever steal with him again, he’s going to f*#$ing kill me.” Caller just moved to the area about a week ago. Report taken.
11:24 a.m., High Country Drive, Hambden. Neighbor’s septic tank is over flowing and coming onto the callers property. Deputy arrived on scene and spoke with the com-plainant, who advised of a recent sewage run-off from his neighbor’s property. I walked to the spot he pointed out and observed what appeared to be a clear path of some type of recent run-off. The path appeared to originate from his neighbor’s yard. Complainant re-quested me to document my ob-servations because this has been an ongoing issue in which the county is also investigating.
5:18 p.m., Erwin Drive, Burton. Neighbor dispute. Complainant states she believes the neighbors are harassing them. Believes the dispute to be over a tree along the property lines. Male parties are rumored to be yelling at eachother in the lawn. Deputy states they are having problems with the neighbors over the property survey. There is a lot of yelling. Parties advised on civil process.
6:49 p.m., Tall Pines Drive, Munson. Neighbors are in garage yelling and screaming at each other. He can not see them but hears them. Deputy advised. The resident’s 30-year-old son, who is staying at the house, was having an argument with his wife over the phone. No violence, nor threats, and the female was not on scene at any time.
11:37 a.m., Old State Road, Parkman. Extra patrol request for 608 between Reeves Road and dead end Shedd Road, for Amish riding foot scooters against traffic. Also for the children (younger children) riding carts with ponies pulling them with no signs etc, sometimes even with a pull wagon instead of a cart. This is very dangerous.
3:04 p.m., Mayfield Road, Claridon. African American kids from Aquilla Village come into the park and cause damage. They turn over flower pots and small stuff like that. I reported this before and the police have done a good job keeping them out of here. Residents of the park are calling to report them in the area again. They have no friends or family here and therefore they shouldn’t be here. Someone is building a fire in the woods at night. We have never had this problem before so I believe it is the same kids again. Would like extra patrol and was advised to have the residents call when they see the bonfire or something suspicious.
11:16 a.m., Rock Creek Road, Thompson. Group of juveniles making multiple calls to 911 pretending to order pizza and giggling on the phone. Child continues to tell his friends that he is calling 911. Deputy left message for resident to contact them.
2:23 a.m., Plank, Montville. Caller says that there is a loud vehicle that he believes is mudding. He says that it woke him from his sleep. He thinks it is at the yellow house on the corner. Caller would like a call from the deputy when he clears. He was upset that he had not received a phone call from other reports.
11:13 a.m., Mentor Road, Chardon. Property taken out of office, also marker and paint all over barn walls. Deputy arrived on scene and spole with the employee who advised someone used a black marker and scribbled some remarks on property located inside the office. This appeared to be some type of prank/joke given the lack of criminal intent. Complainant was advised that this would be documented for future purposes. Nothing further was requested.
10:34 a.m., Princeton Road, Huntsburg. Male states that the vehicle spreading lime hit the side of his truck. Caller feels that the truck spreading lime does not care that it went into his truck and on his face. The vehicles did not hit eachother, only sprayed lime all over callers vehicle.
12:23 a.m., Bainbridge Road, Auburn. Caller states that there are one or two vehicles, possibly Jeep Cher-okees, tearing up his and his neighbor’s field. He has chased them off twice now. Caller says they are either black or dark blue. They left, headed toward Munn, south of Washington. The caller has no trespassing signs posted. Deputy advised. Vehicles left prior to our arrival. We checked the area and located the entrance/exit to the area. The vehicles were not located.
7:26 p.m., Hayes Road, Huntsburg. Female in the lobby to make a report of someone outside of her house last night around 9:30 p.m. She saw a person looking into her sons bedroom window. She tried to see where the person went, but she was unable to see anything at that time. Today, she went outside and saw there were footprints outside of the window. She did not call last night because after she couldn’t find anything, she thought she was just seeing things.
3:37 a.m., Sherman Road, Munson. Two mexican teen males are on skate-boards, skating in the area, they were in the weeds and now they are back out on the road. I’m sitting at the fire station and I’m watching the kids. They are just standing there in the middle of the roadway. Looks like they are waiting on someone. I don’t know if they are casing houses or if they are watching for someone else casing houses. Deputy advised, unable to locate. No signs of criminal activity to those locations.
6:22 a.m., Betty Lou Drive, Middlefield. Caller advises that someone broke into their house and stole some items including a TV. Caller says that they were last at the residence at 3:30 p.m. She says there are footprints and wet grass coming from the back door. She lives with her grandmother, but she is in the hospital. They have had thefts before and she believes she may know who it is.
7:11 p.m., Thorpe Road, Auburn. Caller states there is a red golf cart with two occupants driving in the roadway creating a hazard. Driver has a dog on a leash in front of the golf cart. Dog is weaving. Caller thinks he lives on the north end of the street.
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