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The following is a sampling of the calls handled by the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office July 4-10. In total, the sheriff’s office handled 439 calls during this seven-day period.

The following is a sampling of the calls handled by the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office July 4-10. In total, the sheriff’s office handled 439 calls during this seven-day period.

FOUND PROPERTY

July 5
11:06 a.m., Kinsman Road, Newbury. An iPhone 5c turned into post. Dispatcher obtained cell phone, white in color with lifeproof case. Phone is locked. Called 911 from it to obtain a phone number and left a voice message in case they happen to check their voicemail. It will be placed on the dry erase board for owner.

PROPERTY DAMAGE

July 9
9:51 p.m., Thompson Road, Thompson. Caller advised whoever is doing the Thompson sewer project appears to have destroyed some of the caller’s maple trees, and some of the caller’s trees have been pulled out of the ground. Caller advised no one had permission to be on his property. People drove on his property to stake it, and there are ruts all over the property from a car. Caller just came home from work and found his property this way. Complainant requested it be documented that the sewer project next to his property is encroaching on his yard. Large vehicles came up his drive, put the property stakes on his property, and made very large ruts in his yard. The project workers also damaged many of his trees by ripping off limbs and tearing up his land. He requests that they stay off his property and stop damaging it.

SUSPICIOUS

July 4
6:27 p.m., Wayne Lane, Hambden. Caller states she believes someone got into her home and stole a pair of diamond earrings and a ring. Caller states there is no damage to door or windows, but states someone could have come through the window when she was getting ready to put her AC unit in.

July 7
1:17 p.m., Stella Lane, Auburn. Caller reported an older male advised he was with the FBI and wanted information on a subject down the street. She advised she did not know them. The name does not match what is in the phone book. Vehicle was an SUV. He did go to another neighbor. Male was in his 60s. Deputy spoke with complainant and she stated the male showed an FBI badge and ID but did not look closely enough to get the name of the male. Complainant stated that she had only been living in the area for the last seven months and did not know the person the male was asking about. Extra patrol requested.

July 9
6:23 a.m., Rock Creek Road, Thompson. A 15- or 16-year-old female came to the caller’s door at 4:50 this morning and said to call the government that she is hearing voices and that her mom and uncle don’t believe her. She is wearing a pink or white top and shorts with a polka dot bikini top underneath. She is wet from walking in the rain. She said she lives at the trailer park down the road. She kept looking up into the sky and was very polite and calm. My dog never barked when she came up to my back door, which she found strange. Deputy checked the area and will check with manager of the park later this morning.

July 10
8:48 p.m., Highland Drive, Troy. Suspicious green car parked behind the Troy Oaks Office has been parked there for four hours with one male in the vehicle. Deputy advised. Cutco salesman finished an appointment with a resident of the neighborhood and decided to park here to make calls. Subject was advised the neighbor called because he had been sitting here for a couple of hours and they thought it was suspicious. Subject was asked to find somewhere else to sit and make his calls.

THEFT

July 6
10:08 a.m., Treadway Drive, Munson. Security camera was stolen from the property sometime between July 4th and today. Deputy arrived on scene and spoke with complainant. Security camera removed from telephone pole within the last two days. Wires left on scene, but camera missing. No known suspects or investigative leads at this time. Will follow up with neighbors who hosted 4th of July festivities.

THREATENING

July 4
8:31 a.m., Woodin Road, Hambden. Male on post states he and his children were threatened by teenagers yesterday afternoon at his residence. He states they threatened to shoot him and his kids. He has a list of those who threatened him.

VANDALISM

July 7
1:20 p.m., Bass Lake Road, Munson. A port-o-potty burnt down and a broken picnic table. The road department took pictures. Advised there is nothing to see, port-o-potty is completely gone. Just a black spot remains. Requested to be on file and extra patrol requested at Munson Township Park and Nero Park off of Bean Road.

WEAPON OFFENSE

July 5
3:31 p.m., Chardon Windsor Road, Hambden. The caller was on the trail. There was a male approximately 22-years-old last seen wearing a powder blue shirt and brown shorts. He had a revolver on his right side. He was walking eastbound by the trailer park. He did not make any threats but the caller thought it was strange he had a gun on the trail. Caller does not need to meet with anyone.

July 6
9:43 p.m., Kinsman Road, Newbury. There is a group of kids in the parking lot. All parties involved are sitting at the outside tables. The white male wearing black tank top took one of the black male’s cigarettes. The black male became upset and pulled a handgun out of his waistband and pointed it at the white male’s head. All parties involved appear to be friends. An employee told the caller that the gun is a lighter but the caller believes it is a gun. The subjects are inside the carryout section waiting for their food. The manager is outside wearing all black standing next to a white Escalade waiting to meet with deputies. Two males arrested for obstruction and aggravated menacing.

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