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The following is a sampling of the calls handled by the Geauga County Sheriff's Office April 18-24. In total, the sheriff's office handled 378 calls…

The following is a sampling of the calls handled by the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office April 18-24. In total, the sheriff’s office handled 378 calls during this seven-day period.

ANIMAL PROBLEM

April 19

8:19 a.m., Mayfield Road, Munson. Farm animal issue at hole No. 1. Dispatch responded to the location. Complainant wanted the incident on file that the neighbor’s farm animals are on their property causing damage again. IR number was provided to complainant. Responded to the neighbor. Unable to locate anyone at the residence. Message left for the owner advising the incident and to fix her fence.

ASSAULT

April 23

4:18 p.m., Intersection of Elm/Summit Drive, Newbury. Caller reported a female drove up to him on her 10-speed bike and punched him in the face. She is wearing a gray coat and has blonde hair. Caller is waiting in the area in a green pickup truck. He is bleeding heavily from the nose but is refusing rescue. Report taken.

CITIZEN’S DISPUTE

April 22

6:27 p.m., Kinsman Road, Newbury. Landscaping truck pulled up beside a group of bicyclists and started yelling at them to get off the road.?The driver then abruptly pulled over in front of the group and slammed on the brakes, nearly causing them to slam into the back of the truck. Deputy met with complainant. Wants incident on record. Stopped at business, but they are closed. Will have day shift follow up and let them know of the complaint filed.

Indecent Exposure

April 21

2:23 p.m., Chardon Windsor Road, Hambden. Male reported riding his bicycle westbound from Taylor Wells Road on the bike path. White male, white T-shirt, blue shorts with genitals fully exposed.

PROPERTY DAMAGE

April 21

12:40 p.m., Dianne Drive, Newbury. Caller would like to report her Easter eggs in the yard were smashed over night. Easter eggs crushed overnight. No witnesses, no investigative leads at this time. Requesting extra patrol for the area.

SUSPICIOUS

April 18

12:30 p.m., Kinsman and Madison, Middlefield. A older white beat up van approached a walking 15-year-old female and asked if she needed a ride. Deputy advised. Unable to locate vehicle.

10:30 p.m., Reeves Road, Parkman. Caller reported two vehicles with their lights out at the ice house. Two small vehicles, unknown make or model. No plate given. Caller concerned due to problems in the area in the past. Third vehicles at the location. The caller hears banging, believes they are trying to break into the money dispenser. Unknown number of persons. Vehicles left prior to deputy arrival. No signs of criminal activity.

April 19

5:58 p.m., Soltis Road, Parkman. Unknown male just called my daughter asking for her to bring him toilet paper. She asked who he was and the caller hung up. Complainant observed a white pickup truck drive by at the time of the call. She has requested a deputy check the area and make their presence known. Caller would like to speak to the deputy as well. Complainant cancelled the deputy; it was a joke. No need for a deputy’s response.

April 24

11:20 p.m., Mayfield Road, Huntsburg. Off-duty Orwell officer following a wanted person. Tan Buick Century, female driver. Female driver has felony warrants out of Ashtabula for manufacturing drugs. There is a male occupant as well, but the officer does not know who it is. They pulled into a residence in Ashtabula. The officer was going to contact Ashtabula County Sheriff’s Office.

THEFT

April 19

1;49 p.m., Mayfield Road, Claridon. Four aluminum truck 4×4 rims were stolen from a yard. Deputy advised. Theft of four GM six-slug Ultra aluminum rims.

TRAFFIC CRASH

April 22

3:31 p.m., U.S. 422, Auburn. White Toyota making a U-turn caused multiple vehicles to collide. Possible vehicles involved are a dark blue pickup and a black sedan. The white SUV caused the crash when making a U-turn, and was seen heading westbound into Bainbridge. The caller left the area and was not involved in the crash.

TRAFFIC STOP

April 18

11:01 p.m., Routes 44 and 87, Newbury. White Mitsubishi, four occupants. Two arrested for possession of cocaine.

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