Man buys bling with fraudulent card, stiffs jewelry store for $20K: Avon Lake Police Blotter
AVON LAKE, Ohio Theft: Walker Road A jewelry store reported Feb. 12 that a man
AVON LAKE, Ohio
Theft: Walker Road
A jewelry store reported Feb. 12 that a man had purchased a $20,000 necklace with a credit card that was later determined to be fraudulent. The suspect was identified, and the case was forwarded to the detective bureau for investigation.
Disorderly conduct: Duff Drive
Just after midnight Feb. 13, a driver reported a drunk woman walking in the road in dark-colored clothing. The caller put on the car’s hazard lights and stayed behind the woman until officers arrived on the scene.
The officer asked the woman what she was doing, and she said that she was out for a jog and was heading home. She had a slight odor of alcohol and was unsteady on her feet. She denied that she had been drinking, but said she was cold.
The officer let her get warm in the patrol car while he attempted to find out where she lived and get her home.
When the officer began driving her home, the suspect became increasingly agitated and began to yell. She refused to get out of the car when they arrived. She refused to sign the citation for disorderly conduct-intoxication and continued to yell at officers.
She eventually was helped into the house by her boyfriend, who said they had been drinking earlier at a bar and she had wandered off.
Assistance provided: Lear Road
On Feb. 10, police were dispatched to a bar regarding a report of an intoxicated woman who was possibly overdosing. A Bay Village woman was transported to the hospital, but no evidence of drug use was found on the scene.
Drunk driving: Moore Road
Police located a parked car running behind a bar with two men passed out inside on Feb. 14. The man in the driver’s seat was arrested on a charge of having physical control of a vehicle while under the influence. The passenger was driven home by police.
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