Handyman becomes thug with real estate ad, house showing: Moreland Hills Police Blotter


Suspicion: Canyon Drive

A caller reported shortly after noon on August 19 that his mother’s handyman was at home, showing it as if it was for sale, after putting it up for sale on Zillow without permission from the family.

The mother, who suffers from Alzheimer’s disease and was home at the time, spoke on the phone with the daughter, who then brought the family’s concerns to the police. An officer reported around 2 p.m. that the Zillow list had been withdrawn after an apparent misunderstanding.

Assault: boulevard Chagrin

Officers responded late August 22 to a report from a mother who said her daughter’s date hit her in the face and ordered her out of her car somewhere in Moreland Hills.

It turned out to be the Sunoco station, after officers from Chagrin Falls helped track cell phone coordinates and at least two calls in which a man could be heard screaming back- plan.

Officers checked the South Strawberry and East Meadowhill lanes, then found the victim safely inside the Cru Uncorked restaurant, across from the gas station.

The suspect, believed to be from East Cleveland, was detected on an automatic license plate reader heading west on Mayfield Road to I-271. The victim refused medical transport and did not want to file a complaint at that time.

Team Call: Chagrin River Road

Police, medics and Metropark guards responded to the South Chagrin Reserve polo fields at around 1:30 p.m. on August 21 after a rider was struck by his horse.

Police were also asked to help catch the horse running free as the rider was taken to Ahuja Medical Center at around 1:50 p.m., returning to the polo field after talking to hospital rangers.

Noise complaints, various locations

Respond to a complaint from Pebble alley At 8:22 p.m. on August 20, police located contractors in the area and informed them of the village noise ordinance.

– A caller on SOM Center Road complained about the loud noise coming from the Chagrin Valley Country Club During its summer celebration at 8:23 p.m. on August 21, police reported that the event was running until 11 p.m. and that there was no noise at that time.

– Another caller on Wiltshire Road reported loud noise in the area around 10:15 p.m. on August 22, with an officer noting that a wedding was taking place nearby.

After Wiltshire appeared calm, police checked Ellendale Road and reported at 10:30 am that the wedding party had turned down the music.

Neighbor problem: Greentree Road

A caller reported on August 20 that a neighbor almost hit him on his bicycle as he pulled into their driveway, and requested that an officer accompany him when he went to talk to the family. The officer said the two sides were cooperative and understanding.

Traffic complaint: Jackson Road

A caller reported vehicles were accelerating on Jackson at around 11:30 a.m. on August 21 from SOM Center Road to Chagrin River Road. A patroller observed no traffic violations for the next 15 minutes and special attention was scheduled in the area for the remainder of the day.

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