The following is a sampling of the calls handled by the Geauga County Sheriff's Office April 11-17. In total, the sheriff's office handled 393 calls…
The following is a sampling of the calls handled by the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office April 11-17. In total, the sheriff’s office handled 393 calls during this seven-day period.
8:30 p.m., Broadway Road, Auburn. Caller states his wife was just attacked by a pitt bull; caller is en route to the hospital now. Caller states his wife was bitten in the thigh. Caller will be at the hospital in 15 minutes. Dog lives one house past the horse show at Broadway. Caller advised his Great Dane was outside and the dogs were barking at each other. The wife got their dog back in the house. Caller went to the street to check on the neighbors to make sure there was no altercation between the dogs and the neighbors’ dog bit her in the street while neighbor had him on the leash. Call handled by dog warden.
4:44 p.m., Wilson Mills Road, Munson. Just got home from vacation, have been gone since Jan. 1. Caller’s home was broken into, TVs and other items were stolen. There are signs of forcible entry on the backdoor. Report taken.
4:37 p.m., Mayfield Road, Huntsburg. Caller states a male put a knife to her throat and kicked her. He may be on drugs. No weapons. Male should still be at the residence. Female has her young child; older child is with grandmother. Caller advised he is going to kill the female’s entire family.
11:42 a.m., Hayes Road, Middlefield. Transfer call 1-year-old found face down in water at the Swine Creek Reservation lodge. Now out, breathing, conscious.
12:20 p.m., Bundysburg Road, Middlefield. A man in a small white car kept driving past the Amish kids while they were walking home from school and stopping and talking to them yesterday afternoon. The caller said the vehicle drove past them two or three times and then stopped and started to talk to them. The male had a long dark beard and mustache; no other description could be provided. They start walking at 8:15 a.m. to school and they start walking home at 3 p.m.. Would like extra patrol during these hours. Deputy advised.
3:37 p.m., Munn Road, Auburn. Female wanted to report lost property. On this date at approximately 10 a.m., the complaintant accidentally started loading her groceries into a van that was similar to her own. Realizing the mistake she made, she quickly unloaded the bags from the van and then left the Heinen’s in Bainbridge. Later today she realized that she had left her purse in the other person’s silver late model minivan. This incident has already been reported to Bainbridge Police Department.
4:07 p.m., View Drive, Newbury. Juveniles just came to callers door and advised her they accidentally shot her back car window out with their BB gun. Juveniles are aware she is calling and are waiting with the caller. Spoke with complaintant on phone who called sheriff’s office to advise of incident. Complaintant stated the juvenile is a “stand-up kid in the neighborhood,” and accidently caused damage to rear window of vehicle. No criminal intent on kids behalf. Complaintant stated he will speak with his parents to work out payment arrangement to replace window. Deputy agreed to complainant’s terms and advised him incident will be on record at sheriff’s office.
8:09 p.m., Claridon Troy Road, Claridon. Female received a strange BINGO saying she may have won a prize. As instructed on the card, she called a person out of Broadview Heights and made arrangements for them to come to her residence and advised her what she has won. Now, she is a little unsure about this company. Person is not expected at her house till tomorrow. Her family members who live next door did not receive the card. Spoke with the homeowner in regards to the winning BINGO game. No crime occurred. Appears to be a scam. Deputy cancelled the person who was scheduled to come over. The complaintant was not at a loss of money. Advice given.
2:37 p.m., Nauvoo Road, Middlefield. Dumpster diver; employee has him blocked in. They are on the back side of the building. The have told him he can’t take the old food out of the Dumpster and he continues to come back. The caller was advised that if the subject wants to leave to go ahead and let him leave and we will follow up with him.
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