Sheriff’s Report
June 24, 2021

June 11-17, 2021

The following is a sampling of the calls handled by the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office June 11-17, 2021.

ANIMAL PROBLEM

June 12

8:35 p.m., Mayfield Road, Claridon. Snake keeps poking out from under the hood of car. Deputy advised. Snake was freed by a patron from pizza shop.

June 13

3:03 p.m., Owen Road, Parkman. Neighbors have free range chickens that continue to go to caller’s property. Deputy aware.

June 14

1:47 a.m., Kenwood Drive, Middlefield. Caller has single bat in her house. Does not have it contained. Bat flying around in upstairs bedroom and decided to hide when confronted and not located. Resident shut door to room and opened window.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

June 12

11:18 p.m., Lake Drive, Newbury. Male was beating his girlfriend, rescue denied. No weapons. Male intoxicated. They are still in house together; he no longer is assaulting her. Male and female trying to leave on foot, can hear female saying she does not want him arrested and that’s why they are leaving. Caller advised he does not want the male at his house. Report to follow to be sent to prosecutor for review.

June 17

1:28 p.m., Turner Drive, Aquilla. Caller’s boyfriend beat her in the face at her home on Wilson Mills. Sprayed foam on the back of her head, black eye, forehead black and blue. Had to cut off her hair because of spray. See report.

EXTRA PATROL

June 12

8:03 p.m., Bundysburg Road, Middlefield. Caller would like extra patrol for the Amish buggies Friday through Sunday for the use of alcohol and boom boxes. Caller states it starts around dusk. Buggies will go back and forth between Geauga and Trumbull counties partying.

FRAUD

June 11

2:29 p.m., Shaw Road, Auburn. Fraud call in lobby. Mail was taken. Complainant said soon-to-be ex-wife signed their tax return and placed the money into another account that complainant does not have access to. Wants to pursue charges for forgery.

June 16

7:32 p.m., Pinegrove Trail, Munson. Was scammed on the computer. Caller gave his credit card information. Caller said he was contacted from California regarding his Amazon account. Caller said he was told $3,000 was charged against his account. Caller told male he did not have an Amazon account. Caller said he provided the male with two of his credit cards, because the male had asked for them. Caller said once he hung up he called his son, who told him it was a scam and he needed to cancel his cards. Caller not out any money and wants incident documented. Advice also given.

HARASSMENT

June 12

1:33 p.m., Regent Park Drive, Munson. Complainant in lobby to report someone is harassing his daughter with unwanted Snapchats. Advice given.

June 14

1:55 p.m., GAR Highway, Montville. 14-year-old female being harassed online continuously.

2:49 p.m., Overlook Brook Court, Auburn. Complainant being harassed by a prisoner writing letters to her. Complainant believes an inmate from Texas has her mistaken with someone else with the same name. She will notify the jail in Texas and have the inmate told to stop correspondence.

June 15

2:03 p.m., Gingerich Road, Burton. Female in lobby to make report for harassment. She met a guy online and they went out on a blind date in Boardman on June 10. Male arrived intoxicated and acted strange. Complainant advised she paid the bill and left the male. Since then, male has been harassing her via telephone, found out her address  via her license plate and complainant is concerned for her safety. Male left female text messages that are vulgar and semi-threatening. Deputy contacted male and advised him to cease contact with complainant and he is not permitted on her property. Male was belligerent but advised he would comply with order. Female advised to call 911 if male shows up at her house and to file a report for charges if her continues to contact her.

INTOXICATED PERSON

June 12

8:37 p.m., Main Market Road, Troy. Intoxicated male was escorted out of the bar for touching females. Male is in parking lot and getting into a car. He is highly intoxicated, harassing people in parking lot. Refusing to leave and keeps trying to reenter bar. Left in car. One male arrested for OVI.

SUSPICIOUS

June 11

6:20 a.m., Willshire Lane, Munson. Some man just walked up our driveway and asked the group of kids at our house if they wanted to do acid. Male is in his 20s, curly blond hair, muscular build, driving a silver Chevy Cruise. Caller thinks male was sitting in the cul de sac with his light out, waiting for the kids. He said he knew the neighbor moved out months ago.

June 13

4:44 p.m., Punderson Road, Newbury. Caller is in the cemetery on 44 near Hotchkiss and she thinks there are human bones in the back. OHP not available. Animal bones located scattered in different areas of the cemetery.

June 17

7:05 p.m., Wilson Mills Road, Munson. Caller saw two males in the driveway fighting, one was chasing the other one with a bat. Throwing glass bottles at each other, too. Jail intake advised. Male arrested for DV.

8:31 p.m., Old State Road, Middlefield. Someone is flying a radio-controlled aircraft at the end of the runway. This is against FAA regulations. Pilot located address for the male. Drone operator and radio-controlled plane operators were located. Both admitted to operating their drone and plane in area, and were not aware they were not allowed to do so. Both were advised of dangers of flying around an airport and it was against federal law. They asked how far they had to be from the airport and were told FAA would know. Deputy called FAA and left a message for the agent of Ohio. Deputy advised both men he would let them know.

THEFT

June 16

5:14 p.m., Walnut Trace Terrace, Munson. Caller won an online auction and never received the goods. Filed complaint with the bank and they advised he needed to file a report with the police. Report taken.

TRAFFIC CRASH

June 17

5:11 p.m., North Boulevard, Auburn. 28-year-old male crashed his motorcycle. Hit a rabbit. Shoulder and arm pain. Had a helmet on. Report taken.

UNDERAGE CONSUMPTION

June 11

11:15 p.m., Walnut Trace Terrace, Munson. Caller advised there are 120 people there that are underage drinking. No further information other than there are a lot of vehicles and Truly cans all over outside, along with numerous teenagers. Upon deputies arrival people were observed to be scattering into the woods. Two females were contacted inside the home and the one contacted her parents who owned the home. Everyone that remained at the house was either staying the night or getting a ride home from a sober driver.

VANDALISM

June 12

11:04 a.m., Kinsman Road, Newbury. Caller is at mini storage to get some belonging and there has been vandalism done to outside. My ex-husband spray painted the door with inappropriate words. Unit is in his name but he is aware I have been getting my belongings out. Deputy advised of call. Report taken.