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MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS, Ohio

Drunkenness: Fowles Road

At 5:50 p.m. on September 20, police received a call about a man dressed in Cleveland Browns clothing, holding an open container of beer, stumbling in traffic and having trouble balancing. They couldn’t find him.

They had received another call at 5:44 p.m. about the same man walking in traffic holding an open container.

He was eventually found walking north on Engle Road and was arrested in the parking lot of the Crowne Plaza. He was holding an open 24 ounce can of beer.

The policeman smelled a strong smell of alcohol on him. The man struggled to keep his balance and tripped while trying to do so. He said he was walking from the Islander Bar, where he had been drinking, and heading to his hotel room.

He was cited for disorderly driving while intoxicated and possession of an open can of alcohol. He was escorted to the hotel and released there.

Grand flight: Bagley Road

Police attended Olive Garden at 9:12 p.m. on September 21 regarding a stolen car. The victim said she returned to the scene after working as a bus driver for a transport company and her car was missing. She said her friend saw the car around 7:50 p.m. that night.

She had parked it in the Olive Garden parking lot at 10:30 am that morning. She said she locked it at the time.

The Ford Mustang featured identifying features and was valued at $ 23,000. She told police she had two guns in the car, a tax refund check, a paycheck, cash and a laptop. She also had her father’s ashes in the car. Police classified the car as stolen.

Property damage: Engle Road

An officer attended Woodvale Cemetery at 2:26 p.m. on September 17 regarding a broken window. The cemetery property manager told the officer he spoke with a woman at 2 p.m. about a public washroom on the property. He left that immediate area for a while.

Upon his return, the window on the left side of the main entrance was smashed. It was intact before he left. A rock was on the ground under the window.

The report is for insurance purposes.

Driving Under the Influence: Bagley Road

An officer at 3:05 p.m. on September 20 attended Pearl and Bagley Roads regarding a man who passed out while driving. The officer found the SUV positioned eastbound in the middle of the roadway just in front of McDonald’s. Several people were there to harass him.

The police started yelling at the motorist, who then woke up. He appeared to be dizzy and his pupils were the size of a tiny one. He was taken to the emergency team that visited the scene.

A witness, who is a registered nurse, said she was driving south when she saw the SUV stop and the driver passed out or passed out. She checked on the driver, and another passerby arrived.

The SUV was locked. They knocked on the driver’s side window, but the driver did not wake up.

The other witness said he was unsure of the driver’s condition, so he broke the driver’s rear side window to access it. He unlocked the car and the nurse checked the driver’s condition. He was unconscious and was not breathing.

The nurse said she felt a pulse, but said the man’s lips were turning blue and his skin was pale. The other witness said he worked for a drug treatment center and had Narcan in his car. The nurse administered Narcan through the man’s nose.

The driver eventually regained consciousness and was semi-alert. The driver told police he had not used drugs before passing out. He also said he had no medical problems and was not taking any medication. He had no explanation for his sudden situation.

He was taken to hospital for further medical treatment. The motorist refused to provide a blood sample. His driver’s license was seized. He was also cited for refusal with two previous convictions for driving under the influence and slow speed.

Driving Under the Influence: Pearl Road

Police attended the Sunoco gas station at 7:10 p.m. on September 20 regarding a man assaulting another man. The victim said he was trying to get out of the gas station on Fowles Road when the suspect drove his car onto the property and started yelling at him.

The victim said the suspect got out of his car, pulled him out of his car and started hitting him in the face and back. He thought the man might have been drinking.

The victim told the suspect he had his carrying weapon concealed and would use it. He told police upon his arrival that his gun was unloaded in the cup holder of his car.

An officer found the victim’s car to have damage to the rear driver’s side above the tire. The victim told the police that his car had not suffered any damage before this incident.

The suspect said he drove to the train station after leaving his child’s birthday party. He denied hitting the victim, but said the man fired a gun at him. The suspect then changed his story and said he was dropped off at the train station.

He admitted the car he was standing next to belonged to him, but said someone dropped him off with the car there.

Police noticed that the suspect’s eyes were red and shiny and his speech was blurred. He denied having anything to drink. The suspect refused to take field sobriety tests. He said he needed his lawyer to be there.

As he was escorted to the cruiser, he shouted for help.

He refused to take a breathalyzer test at the police station. He told officers he has already had two convictions for driving under the influence. He was quoted and handed over to his mother.

Flight: Engle route

An officer visited American Building Product at 7:13 a.m. on September 22 regarding a catalytic converter stolen from a work truck. The victim said the truck was parked overnight at the southern end of the lot. The truck suffered no other damage.

Stolen Car: Engle Road

An officer checked the registration of a car on September 22 that was parked at Motel 6. It showed that the registration plate was registered for a car that had been stolen in Cleveland.

The car was parked in front of a particular room. It was unlocked, with no key inside. Cleveland Police confirmed the car was recorded as stolen.

The motel provided information on the possible suspect after the officer viewed surveillance footage. The suspect was a passenger in the car and had rented the room. No one answered the bedroom door. Cleveland Police have provided the name of the possible driver of the car seen on the video. The car was towed away.

Grand flight: Sprague Road

A man attended the police station at 8:39 a.m. on September 23 regarding a stolen work van in the parking lot of the Islander Apartments. The truck was locked and was taken without keys. He was last seen around 6 p.m. on September 22. There were work items inside the truck, which had a rack in the back.

Police listed it as stolen on September 23. An employee found the truck on the west side of Cleveland during a visit to a store on September 24. The door lock was damaged and the steering column had been lifted off to start the truck. The suspect also stole equipment from the bed of the truck.

The car was towed to a Cleveland Police impound. There were no front or rear license plates.

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