Police Beat

Information provided by the Sagamore Hills Police Department

Feb. 2—A resident reported that her handgun was stolen from her vehicle on Eaton Ridge Drive.

Feb. 4—Police received a call from a 21-year-old female who reported being tracked by an Apple Airtag without consent.

Feb. 5—A 13-year-old girl and her Shih Tzu dog were attacked and bitten by a pit bull at a W. Aurora Road residence. The pit bull owner was issued a misdemeanor summons for dog at large.

Feb. 5—A female resident and her son reported his snowboard stolen from a W. Highland Road ski resort.

Feb. 8—Police responded to a St. Lawrence Circle residence for report of property damage after the resident’s car tires were slashed.

Feb. 9—A female resident reported fraud after purchasing $6,800 worth of gift cards for a phone scammer claiming to offer her a discount on her Spectrum bill if she purchased the cards.

Feb. 9—Officers responded to a W. Aurora Road residence for report of a domestic dispute between a male and female over an eviction notice.

Feb. 15—Police responded to a domestic dispute call at a W. Aurora Road residence. The female in the dispute was arrested for domestic violence after throwing a container that held knives at the male in the dispute.

Feb. 16—An officer responded to a W. Aurora Road healthcare facility for report of an unresponsive female. She was later pronounced deceased due to natural causes.

Feb. 21—Officers responded to a Greenwood Parkway residence for report of a deceased resident. The deceased’s wife, who lives in a different residence, noted he had several medical issues.

Feb. 21—A domestic violence incident was reported at a W. Aurora Road residence between a male and female. It was determined the male was the primary aggressor and was charged with domestic violence after punching the female in the face.

Feb. 24—A 15-year-old male reported he had been kicked out of his Springwood Road home. His mother later stated she asked him to go to a friend’s house so the two could calm down after an argument.

Feb. 24—Police responded to a Dunham Road residence for report of a domestic dispute between a male and female. The argument began over accusations of infidelity and each party blamed the other for breaking objects in the home.

Feb. 25—A S. Boyden Road resident reported harassment from a male who she claimed was threatening her. Police explained how the female could obtain a civil protection order through Stow Municipal Court.

Feb. 28—A Cyrus Lane resident reported that her neighbor ran over and said her husband has dementia and is trying to kill her. The neighbor’s husband reported that his wife has dementia and he wanted to get her help. She agreed and was taken to the hospital. ∞