Information provided by the Sagamore Hills Police Department
Nov. 8—Officers responded to an assault that took place at a W. Aurora Road restaurant.
Nov. 9—A resident reported fraud when a check he mailed was altered from $35 to $1,821 and made out to a person he did not know.
Nov. 10—A woman lost her wedding ring at a W. Aurora Road business. A fellow shopper found the ring and later turned it into the police.
Nov. 11—A resident reported he was the victim of fraud when a pop-up froze his computer.
Nov. 12—Police took a report from a resident who received a letter for late charges on library materials she did not check out.
Nov. 13—An unresponsive female was found dead in a W. Aurora Road residence.
Nov. 14—A resident stated that his stepdaughter’s phone was taken by her father as punishment but he had paid for it and asked for it to be returned. The resident filed a police report, and the father made three attempts to send the phone back.
Nov. 15—A school on Olde 8 Road requested police assistance after receiving a threat to the school through a note reading “school shooting today.” The school was locked down until deemed safe and officers remained on the premises until the end of the school day. No criminal charges were created, and no suspect was identified.
Nov. 16—Police created an incident report for a resident who reported identity theft when two collection agencies posted negative accounts related to him.
Nov. 18—Officers responded with Macedonia Fire Department to a W. Aurora Road health care center for report of an unresponsive male. He was later pronounced dead.
Police responded to a W. Aurora Road bar for report of a disturbance between patrons.
Nov. 19—At a Canyon View Road residence, a male had an exposed dental nerve and was threatening suicide. He was found not to be a threat and transferred to his mother’s house.
A resident on Rolling Brook Drive called police asking for a welfare check on his neighbor, who he had not seen in days. Police found the neighbor deceased in his home. There was no evidence of foul play.
Police responded to a W. Aurora Road grocery store for report of theft of $398 worth of items.
Nov. 22—A resident on N. Gannett Road reported that her husband would not let her leave for work and blocked her from leaving the house to talk about their marriage.
Nov. 25—Police conducted a traffic stop on Dunham Road after the vehicle was speeding and driving out of its lane. The driver was arrested for OVI.
Nov. 29—Officers responded to a noise complaint at a Smithfield Drive residence. The homeowner was arguing with his friend, who had recently been released from jail and still had an active warrant for failing to appear in court on a probation violation.
A resident reported he misplaced his firearm and wanted to report it in case he does not find it at home.