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Woman says her unwanted guest urinated in apartment hallway: Richmond Heights Police Blotter


Disorderly conduct: Loganberry Drive

A woman reported May 14 that a man urinated by her apartment door and in the hallway as he left her home around 7 a.m. May 14.

She said she only knew the man for about six weeks, and he came over uninvited to work things out with her, but she asked him to leave because he was drunk.

She asked that officers contact him and advise him not to return to her apartment,

Attempts to contact him were unsuccessful.

Theft of vehicle: Highland Road

A resident reported May 23 that her vehicle was stolen out of her driveway sometime after 10 p.m. the previous night.

Grand theft: Richmond Park Drive East

A resident of the 444 Park apartments reported May 23 that a package that had been delivered for him was stolen from the lobby.

He said it was to contain prescription drugs and pair of shoes with a total value of $1,810.

Criminal damage: Wilson Mills Road

Officers responded to the area near Richmond Road May 16 for a report of five boys breaking a glass pane on an RTA bus shelter.

They located them in the area and one of them admitted to causing the damage.

The boy, 16, was arrested for criminal damage and possession of marijuana and later released to a guardian, who was advised that charges would be filed in juvenile court.

Theft from auto: Cary Jay Boulevard

A wallet was found in the roadway on Highland Road and turned over to officers May 19.

It was found to belong to a resident, who was unaware it had been stolen from his unlocked vehicle. He said it was missing his driver’s license, military ID and credit cards

Attempted burglary: Richmond Park Drive West

A resident of the 444 Park apartments reported May 24 that she returned to her apartment earlier to find the door open and some of her electronics near the door.

She said she later heard somebody outside the apartment say, “someone grabbed it.”  She then heard someone running down the hallway, but he did not see who it was.

Civil matter: Dumbarton Boulevard

A man said May 25 that his soon-to-be ex-wife would not tell him where his vehicle was after he returned home from being on the road as a truck driver for several months.

Responding officers learned the woman was upset because he had been gone so long and said the vehicle was parked at her mother’s home.

The man said he had the keys and would arrange to have it towed.

Suspicion: Chardon Road

Around 7:45 a.m. May 25, a caller reported seeing a man placing a gun in some bushes near an abandoned party center.

Upon investigation, a resident, 42, was arrested in the Loehmann’s Plaza parking lot in Willoughby Hills and charged with discharging firearms and failure to secure a weapon.

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