Drunk man taken to hospital after falling off bike; cellphone stolen at Little Caesars: Brook Park police blotter
BROOK PARK, Ohio –
Disorderly conduct: Holland Highway
A Brook Park man, 58, was taken to Southwest Common Well being Middle in Middleburg Heights at about 10:30 p.m. Aug. 8 after he fell and damage himself.
Somebody had referred to as police concerning the man, saying he had been driving a bicycle on Donald Drive, probably whereas intoxicated, and that his face was bloody.
Police noticed the person driving on Middlebrook Boulevard. He turned onto Holland Highway and fell off his bike close to a railroad crossing. Police approached the person, whose face was bloody. He smelled like alcohol and he babbled incoherently. Police referred to as paramedics.
Theft: Smith Highway
A cellphone was stolen at about 8:30 p.m. Sept. 4 from the entrance counter at Little Caesars Pizza, 5945 Smith.
The sufferer was a buyer who was selecting up a pizza. He positioned his cellphone on the counter as Little Caesar staff handed him his order. When he turned again to seize his cellphone, it was gone.
The sufferer mentioned he requested the supervisor to look at the pizzeria’s safety video to find out who stole the cellphone. The sufferer mentioned the supervisor ignored him and walked away.
By the point police referred to as Little Caesars, it had closed for the evening. They mentioned they’d contact the restaurant the subsequent day relating to the safety video.
Harassment: Holland Highway
A 59-year-old Brook Park man, already in jail for disorderly conduct and public intoxication, was arrested once more at about 7 p.m. Sept. 8 after he urinated on the Brook Park jail ground and threatened a jailer.
Animal at giant: Grosse Drive
A terrier one way or the other broke its cable leash and attacked and injured one other terrier at about 9:30 a.m. Sept. 12.
The terrier that attacked ran from its entrance yard and bit the opposite terrier, being walked by its proprietor, on the nostril, ears and hindlegs. The terrier being walked fought again and bit the attacking terrier.
Police referred the case to the town’s animal management officer for potential prices.
Working a car beneath the affect: Holland Highway
A Cleveland girl, 31, was arrested at about 1:30 a.m. Sept. 12 after police noticed her automobile drift out of its lane on Holland.
The lady was drunk. Police discovered a inexperienced leafy substance in a container and a white powdery substance in her automobile. Her driver’s license had been suspended.
Working a car beneath the affect: Brookpark Highway
An Olmsted Township man, 46, was arrested at about 11 p.m. Aug. 22 after police caught him driving drunk on Brookpark.
Police stopped the person’s automobile as a result of he was driving 70 mph in a 35-mph zone. He additionally turned proper from the left lane.
Grand theft car: Eavenson Boulevard
A trailer containing building instruments and provides was reported stolen at about 6:30 a.m. Sept. 11 from exterior a home beneath building on Eavenson. A witness noticed a pickup truck pull onto the jobsite. The truck then left with the trailer in tow.
Sudden sickness: Almont Drive
A Brook Park man, 25, was discovered mendacity on a kitchen ground unconscious at about 5 p.m. Sept. 6 in an Almont home.
When police arrived, the person was barely respiration. The person regained consciousness after paramedics administered Narcan, a heroin-overdose antidote. He denied utilizing medicine and police discovered no proof of drug use on the scene. The person was taken to Southwest Common Well being Middle in Middleburg Heights.
Three arrest warrants had been issued for the person.