BEACHWOOD, Ohio — Receiving stolen property: Cedar Road
At 5:35 p.m. April 16, police arrested a Cleveland man, 48, who was in possession of seven items stolen from Saks Fifth Avenue at Beachwood Place. The merchandise included two Louis Vuitton purses, two Versace shorts and a pair of Versace pants and totaled $6,240.
Police charged the man with receiving stolen property, criminal trespassing, and parking in a handicapped zone.
Carrying a concealed weapon: Cedar Road
At 12:30 p.m. April 13, an officer stopped a car in the Beachwood Place mall lot, 26300 Cedar Road, because of its illegally tinted windows. During the traffic stop, the driver, a Richmond Heights man, 23, failed to tell police that he possessed a gun.
Police found the gun in the man’s car and charged him with carrying a concealed weapon. He was additionally cited for driving with a suspended license and for the illegal tint.
Fraud: Halburton Road
At 7:40 a.m. April 15, a Beachwood woman, 49, reported that someone messaged her via the social media site LinkedIn and, after establishing a relationship, convinced the woman to send $250,000 in cryptocurrency as part of an investment. Police are investigating.
Theft: Cedar Road
At 5:10 p.m. April 15, police arrested a Cleveland woman, 21, for shoplifting merchandise totaling $74.50 from Dillard’s at Beachwood Place.
Warrant arrest: Cedar Road
At 5:55 p.m. April 15, police took into custody a man wanted on a warrant for domestic violence. The man, 39, of Cleveland, had two weeks earlier, allegedly exposed himself while at Beachwood Place.
Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Department officers were at the mall April 15 to speak with the man and turned him over to Beachwood police.
Domestic violence: Cedar Road
At 12:20 a.m. April 16, a Beachwood woman, 22, reported that while she was at the apartment of her child’s father, allowing him to see the child, the man became upset and slapped her in the face.
The man, 23, then left The Vantage apartments, 27050 Cedar Road, where he lives. Shaker Heights Municipal Court had issued a temporary protection order protecting the woman from the man.
Heroin possession: Eaton Boulevard
At 6:20 p.m. April 16, police were called to The Aloft hotel, 1010 Eaton Blvd., where an intoxicated man was creating a disturbance by knocking on doors. Officers located the man, who told them that he had used heroin.
Police took the man to Ahuja Medical Center, 3999 Richmond Road.
Disorderly conduct: Chagrin Boulevard
At 7:25 p.m. April 16, a woman, 43, reported that as she was attempting to put a bookcase into her vehicle while in the lot of the Beachwood Apartments, 23511 Chagrin Blvd., an impatient man pushed her out of the way. The man was upset because the woman was blocking an entrance.
The woman wanted a police report made in order to document the incident. The man had left the scene before officers arrived.
Assist person: Halburton Road
At 4:40 a.m. April 17, a woman called police to state that her son, 17, was acting erratically. The woman heard the boy walking on the second floor of her home, then heard him fall. She believed the boy was intoxicated. EMS took the boy to Ahuja Medical Center for evaluation.
Criminal damaging: Cedar Road
At 9 a.m. April 19, a woman, 22, reported that her former boyfriend, a Cleveland man, 24, had broken a window at her apartment at The Vantage, and sent her threatening text messages regarding a man she is seeing. Police are seeking the former boyfriend on charges of criminal damaging and menacing by stalking.
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