DISTURBANCE, MAYFIELD ROAD: Police were called to the T-Mobile store May 11 when a man reportedly threatened to strangle a manager. He was advised not to return to the store.
HARASSING COMMUNICATION, ORCHARD HEIGHTS BOULEVARD: A woman reported May 10 receiving numerous phone calls from an out-of-state phone number in which a man was asking her if he could mail a package to her home. When she refused, she said he yelled and swore at her. She was advised by officers to contact the phone company to have the number blocked.
DISTURBANCE, MARSOL ROAD: Police responded to a complaint of youths smoking marijuana in an apartment stairwell May 11. Three girls and one boy were found with one gram of marijuana and a pipe one girl said they took from her brother's friend. They were all turned over to their parents and the report has been turned over to the juvenile officer.
THEFT, GOLDEN GATE BOULEVARD: A Mayfield Heights girl was arrested for shoplifting at Marshall's May 11. She tried to conceal clothing garments with a total value of $32.98 in her purse.
SOLICITING, MAYFIELD ROAD: Two North Carolina men driving a semi-truck May 12 unloaded a large quantity of furniture in the former Tuffy Muffler parking lot and began selling it. They were advised of the city ordinance and told to leave about 4:30 p.m. by responding officers, but at 7:30 p.m. they were still there. This time, officers waited as they packed up and left.
THEFT, MAYFIELD ROAD: A man said May 12 when he came out of Wal-Mart he saw another man trying to break into his car. When he approached him, he said the man left in a gold-colored car with the back window broken and covered in plastic.
THEFT, SOM CENTER ROAD: A University Heights woman was arrested for shoplifting at Target May 13 when she attempted to steal merchandise by placing it in a clothing hamper. The total value of theft was $227.
DISTURBANCE, LANDER ROAD: Two women got into an argument in the Lander Elementary School parking lot May 13. Responding officers helped settle the argument that began due to the speed of drivers leaving the parking lot in a timely manner.
HIT AND SKIP, GOLDEN GATE BOULEVARD: After her car was rear-ended by another vehicle Saturday, a Lyndhurst woman said a younger male got out of his car and asked the woman if she was okay. However, when she asked him for a phone number and to pull into a parking lot, she said he got into his car and left. Responding officers checked the parking lot at the nearby Costco to see if any of the vehicles matching the description of his had any fresh damage on them.
THEFT, MAYFIELD ROAD: While loading groceries into her vehicle in the Giant Eagle parking lot Saturday, a man grabbed a woman's purse from her shopping cart and ran. He left in a car driven by a woman and headed west on Mayfield. Responding officers brought the woman to her Mayfield Heights residence to retrieve a spare key for her vehicle.
A license plate number from the suspect’s vehicle was registered to a home in Elyria. Police in that city were notified to be on the lookout for the vehicle to see if it matches the description of the suspects.
DISTURBANCE, EASTGATE PLAZA: An irate customer at Chipotle reportedly was yelling at customers and employees Saturday after she said she found a hair in her daughter's food. Employees had replaced the meal but she was not satisfied. Responding officers spoke to the woman and advised her to leave.
ASSISTANCE, MAYFIELD ROAD: Police were asked to check at Dunkin Donuts for an 88-year-old Beachwood man who had left his home at 3:30 a.m. Monday. The man had told his wife he was tired of being with her and was going to Florida, but first was going to get something to eat and maybe stay at a hotel for the night. Officers checked numerous 24-hour businesses for the man but did not find him. He was later located by Highland Heights police leaving Denny's on Wilson Mills Road.