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Sheriff’s Report
December 5, 2013 by John Karlovec | No Comments

The following is a sampling of the calls handled by the Geauga County Sheriffs Office Nov. 22-28. In total, the sheriffs office handled 307 calls during this seven-day period.

ALCOHOL OFFENSE

Nov. 23
1:56 a.m., Rock Creek Road, Hambden. Alcohol offense at the Hambden Country Inn. Upon entering bar, deputy observed two males quickly exit vehicle and briskly walk into bar. Deputy illuminated interior of vehicle to observe a pitcher full of beer, open container and plastic cups containing beer. Deputy contacted management and advised he would take care of problem. Contact made with owner of vehicle who returned pitcher of beer and emptied open containers with owners permission.

CITIZEN DISPUTE

Nov. 24
2:22 p.m., Princeton Road, Huntsburg. Male that I sold hay to said he is coming to smash in my face and teeth. I want to make a report. Dispute over sale of two round bales of hay … $100.

DISORDERLY

Nov. 24
5:16 p.m., Main Market Road, Troy. At Iron Horse. Female came into bar with a beer in her hand. She was asked not to bring alcohol. Four males grabbed caller to pull him outside to assault him. Female and males were intoxicated. Males just left. Caller told deputy they dont sell beer in cans so her advised her to take it outside and get rid of it. Four males with her began to give caller a hard time. One male grabbed his right arm, at which time the caller pulled away, went outside and called the sheriffs office. Subject then left. Advice given. Also checked area; UTL/GOA.

FRAUD

Nov. 23
4:27 p.m., Sycamore Road, Munson. Caller needs to file a report for credit card fraud. Phone scam of reloadable gift cards.

Nov. 27
11:55 a.m., View Drive, Newbury. Someone stole one of my dads checks and wrote it to herself and cashed it for $500. It is someone he knows.

HARASSMENT

Nov. 22
6:19 p.m., Jug Street, Burton. Caller receiving obscene phone calls from a phone sex company. Deputy advised. Advice given to select opt out next time a call is received.

Nov. 23
9:12 p.m., Old State Road, Middlefield. Caller and her 16-year-old are receiving harassing messages and texts from the girls boyfriend and his parents. They are pressuring her about her pregnancy. Advice given to complainant and her daughter. Parties have different opinions and complainant will try and address this issue.

Nov. 24
10:55 a.m., Rock Creek Road, Thompson. Phone harassment, she has been asked several times not to call. Caller advised he has been receiving numerous unwanted emails from his sister. He stated he has told her in the emails to stop all contact with him; however, she continues to do so. Deputy spoke to sister on the phone (recorded line) and advised her to cease all contact with her brother. She stated she would.

INTOXICATED PERSON

Nov. 23
1:19 a.m., Mayfield Road, Claridon. Neighbors across the street are drunk and racing a truck up and down the road. One guy got out and peed in the front yard. This has been going on since about 8 p.m. Checked area for persons and vehicle; no persons seen in yard or driving said vehicle.

SUSPICIOUS

Nov. 23
6:50 p.m., Auburndale Drive, Auburn. Kids have been setting off fireworks on the front porch and banging on the front door over the last two years. This evening they set off fireworks on the front porch and the caller was able to track them to a Thorpe Road address. Caller did not confront the three males, but would like to file a complaint with an officer. Dispo to follow.

THEFT

Nov. 22
2:38 p.m., Chardon Windsor Road, Huntsburg. Received a call from the Trumbull County Sheriffs Office that they stopped a vehicle with my checks in the car. They are asking that I file a police report so they can prosecute the thief. Report taken.

Nov. 23
10:25 a.m., Kinsman Road, Middlefield. 2013 Kia is missing from a crash this morning. Report taken.

Nov. 26
12:30 p.m., Thompson Road, Thompson. Kent State tower site behind Ledgemont High School has stolen grounding straps.

 

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