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A little CPR revives worker on job site: Hunting Valley Police Blotter


Squad call: Fairmount Boulevard

CPR:A crew foreman at a private residence reported one of his workers, 54, had just passed out at 9:21 a.m. Sept. 22 after complaining of chest pains during an argument they were having about work.

The worker got out of his truck and then collapsed. Although he was breathing, he remained unconscious. At that point, the foreman was advised by dispatchers to start CPR, and within seconds, the worker regained consciousness.

A rescue squad stabilized him at the scene and took him to Hillcrest Hospital.


Departmental information: Fairmount Boulevard

After another foray into Pepper Pike earlier in the evening, Geauga County sheriff’s deputies sent out a bulletin at 8:39 p.m. Sept. 21 that they were in pursuit of a Black Ford Explorer suspected in the latest series of “smash-and-grab” thefts from parked cars.

These thefts had just occurred in Chesterland and Bainbridge Township at the Chagrin Valley Athletic Club and Kenston High School, with the suspect SUV heading west along Route 306 from Cedar Road. From there, the suspects continued westbound on Fairmount past Caves Road at speeds of 100 mph and passing cars on the double yellow line.

Police and sheriff’s deputies decided to terminate the chase at that point, losing sight of the Explorer as it eventually made its way southbound on SOM Center Road from Fairmount.

Traffic complaint: South Woodland, Chagrin River roads

A motorist reported that while driving near the construction area at 8:25 p.m. Sept. 22, she almost ran into a large truck parked in the roadway with no lights on and obstructing traffic.

Police confirmed that the piece of equipment was a paver which had been there for at least three days — on the closed section of road, where the caller had apparently been driving.

Property found, SOM Center Road

A house manager reported on the night of Sept. 21 that the landscaping crew had recently found a wallet in the yard which they turned over to the homeowner.

Hunting Valley officers picked up the wallet, containing several credit cards and a woman’s Florida driver’s license. It also contained several blank personal checks showing a Willoughby Hills address, where police were asked to try to contact her.

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