Officers assist in domestic argument over property: Gates Mills Police Blotter
GATES MILLS, Ohio
Disturbance: Battles Road
Officers responded May 31 for a report of a possible protection order violation against a woman who arrived at her ex-boyfriend’s home.
They learned there was no protection order in place and the two had a disagreement over property.
The woman subsequently left the home without further incident.
Animals: Berkshire Road
A resident reported May 31 that her dog slipped out of its collar and ran from her property.
The dog was later recovered by an Old Mill Road resident and an officer returned it to its owner.
Welfare check: Gates Mills Boulevard
Officers responded to a home June 2 to check on a resident whom neighbors said they had not seen in weeks.
They learned all was OK and the resident was in a rehab facility.
Missing property: Epping Road
A resident said June 2 that a gun was missing from his home, and he was unsure if it was stolen or if he misplaced it.
Officers found no evidence of forced entry at the home and advised the man to file a report if the gun was not located.
Harassment: Chagrin River Rod
A resident reported June 3 that her ex-boyfriend was harassing her.
Officers contacted the man and advised him to stop contacting the woman or he may face harassing communication charges.
General assistance: Mayfield Road
Officers checked June 3 on a report of an elderly man struggling to walk up the hill near West Hill Drive but did not locate anybody.
Traffic stop: Mayfield Road
A Cleveland man, 28, was cited for reckless operation and speeding June 4 for after his vehicle stopped for traveling 36 miles over the speed limit.
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