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The following is a sampling of the calls handled by the Geauga County Sheriff's Office March 28 through April 3. In total, the sheriff's office…

The following is a sampling of the calls handled by the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office March 28 through April 3. In total, the sheriff’s office handled 322 calls during this seven-day period.


March 29

6:52 a.m., Kinsman Road, Newbury. Caller is employee at Geauga Machine & Tool. Says the door was open and the safe was destroyed. They must have broken through the glass and unlocked the door. There is stuff all over the floor.


April 1

6:39 p.m., Tavern Road, Burton. Extra patrol requested for the area of Route 168 and Shedd. There is a viewing for the victim of the recent buggy accident. There are many people walking, buggies and taxis. Caller is concerned for their welfare and would like to patrol the area to make sure everyone is safe. It is going on until nightfall. Deputy responded. Patrolled area until foot traffic/parked vehicles lessened.


March 29

10:19 a.m., Mayfield Road, Claridon. Neighbors are fighting. Can hear male and female banging things and screaming. Caller says baby is screaming, too. Deputy responded. No violence; verbal only between mother and daughter over dog poop in cage. Daughter went to grandmother’s home for a “cool down” period.


March 28

9:30 p.m., Main Market Road, Parkman. Walk in at the station. A 17-year-old female ingested corrosive liquids. The squad was already en route to Robinson Memorial Hospital upon my arrival.


March 28

8:35 p.m., Sperry Road, Newbury. Two males just came to the home asking elderly woman if she needed tree work done. No car in the area. Caller was calling for her elderly neighbor. Caller did not see the males. Deputy responded. Checked area and was unable to locate the males.

March 29

1:27 p.m., Nash Road, Parkman. Caller reported a car looked like a police car. It had a white light bar on the top with no writing on it. It wasn’t doing anything wrong, but I thought it should be reported in case he was pretending to be the police. Deputy responded. Vehicle checks OK. Volunteer fireman, with amber light bar.

March 30

5:50 p.m., Kimmeridge Trail, Newbury. A 6-year-old reported a strange man walked up to him in the yard and asked him to come with him into the woods. Unknown name, less than 6 feet tall, fairly thin, wearing a black hat, pants and shirt. About 25 years old. Stated “come here.” The dog went into the yard toward the subject and he ran into the woods. The male was last seen in the street heading towards Auburn Road. No glasses or facial hair. The 6-year-old male advised the suspect was some distance away when he yelled “come here.” Suspect did not approach juvenile or come onto the property. It is unknown why the suspect called out to the juvenile or if the suspect was, in fact, talking to the juvenile. Extra patrol requested.

April 3

6:06 p.m., Nicki Lane, Hambden. Caller noticed wires wrapped around their electric box. Called the electric company because of a very high bill. The electric company advised her to call the police because they believe someone may have been stealing their power. She does not know who could be stealing it. Someone will meet the deputy on the porch due to the dog in the shelter. No crime occurred. Electric company issue. Advice given.

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