May 1—Officers responded to a domestic dispute at Eaton Ridge Drive over ownership of a pickup truck.
May 2—A Canyon View Road resident reported that her neighbor made threatening comments toward her.
Police were dispatched to Nesbitt Road for report of property damage by a dump truck. The truck driver was cited for operating without reasonable control and was believed to have been intoxicated.
Officers dispatched a sick raccoon on Nesbitt Road.
May 3—A father on Wood Hollow Road reported his son as missing. The son was later found visiting his ex-girlfriend in Cleveland.
May 4—A resident called reporting her ring as stolen. It was later found in her sweatshirt pocket.
May 7—Police assisted a Northfield Village police unit in speaking to a couple whose argument began at apartments on Eaton Ridge Drive.
A Romane Drive resident asked for a police escort to get her belongings from the home as she and her husband are in the midst of a divorce.
Police received a call about multiple males fighting on Spring Pond Road. No physical altercation took place, only verbal.
May 9—Officers dispatched a deer with two broken legs on Valley View Road.
May 12—Police responded to a Boyden Road residence for a domestic dispute that became physical.
Police units responded to a fire at a Greenwood Parkway apartment building. Officers assisted in evacuating residents.
May 13—A resident reported that she paid a company to build a patio at her property and work was never started.
May 14—Northfield Village Police requested Sagamore Police assistance at a Northfield Road motel for a disturbance regarding armed males.
Officers dispatched a sick raccoon in the backyard of a Nesbitt Road residence.
During a traffic stop on Houghton Road, police confiscated drug paraphernalia from the driver.
May 15—An officer conducted a traffic stop for a vehicle driving erratically. He found the 18-year-old driver had consumed alcohol and cited him with swerving between lanes and underage possessing/consuming alcohol.
May 17—A Sandy Hill Road resident reported his stepson might be deceased in the home. An Ahuja Hospital doctor confirmed the death.
May 20—Officers responded to a Chesea Court residence for report of people yelling.
May 23—Police went to a W. Aurora Road business for report of two stolen wine barrels.
An officer observed a suspicious vehicle at an Olde Eight Road business and found it was stolen.
May 24—A child called stating his mother and stepdad were arguing. Police believed the parents had been drinking and there were five children in the Crystal Creek Road home. Summit County Children Services was contacted.
Police gave a courtesy ride to a bicyclist without proper lighting on his bike. The biker was found to have an active warrant for felonious assault.
A business on W. Highland Road was broken into and tools were stolen.
A resident requested to file a report for an unwanted male attempting to contact her through email, phone and social media.
May 25—Officers dispatched a sick raccoon at a Holzhauer Road residence.
Police responded to a car accident on Brandywine Road and Hiram College Drive. One of the drivers involved had been drinking.
May 27—Officers dispatched a sick raccoon at a Cricket Lane residence.
Sagamore Police assisted Macedonia Police in detaining a potentially armed suspect who had a dispute with his wife at a Macedonia Commons business.
May 28—A dispute took place between neighbors on Olde Eight Road. One male involved was cited with disorderly conduct after throwing a full beer can and lawn chair at another male.
May 31—Officers responded to an Ashford Glen Lane residence for report of a stolen vehicle. The driver left the keys in the unlocked vehicle overnight. ∞