Police Beat

May 2—Officers responded to a Woodside Drive residence for report of an unresponsive female not breathing. She was pronounced dead by local medics, and no foul play was suspected.

May 3—Police reported to a Smithfield Drive residence for a welfare check. The male in question had a cut across his face. It appeared he passed out and struck the grill in his garage.

May 5—Dispatch advised officers for a medical pendant alarm from Augusta Lane. The female resident had not been wearing her pendant but her husband and grandson were arguing about her care.

May 6—Police responded to a three-car accident at state Route 82 and N. Boyden Road. The female driver of the third car was found at fault for the accident. She was arrested for OVI.

May 7—A husband and wife engaged in a domestic argument at a W. Aurora Road residence.

May 8—During a traffic stop on S. Boyden Road, police found the driver, who wasn’t the vehicle owner, had an active warrant for shoplifting out of Strongsville. A firearm and bottles of pills were found in the vehicle. The vehicle’s owner also had a warrant for shoplifting out of Strongsville and had to prove to Sagamore police she had been prescribed the pills in the vehicle.

May 8—A Deerfield Drive resident reported someone broke into his home, stole items and damaged his property. The victim was dating three women but refused to provide information for police to investigate them as potential suspects. He had his locks changed and told the police not to investigate.

May 8—Valley View police requested Sagamore police assistance with an injured bicyclist on the Metroparks Towpath. The male rider was in his 30s and lost control and wrecked his motorized bicycle. He was confused and had injuries to his head. He was taken to Marymount Hospital.

May 22—An Amazon driver reported being bitten by a dog while delivering to a Walton Road home.

May 23—A domestic dispute occurred between a married couple at a Canyon View Road apartment complex.

May 23—Police responded to a Sagamore Road residence for a domestic violence report. Officers determined a physical altercation did not occur and it was a verbal dispute between two brothers with conflicting stories.

May 24—A domestic dispute between a father and son took place at a N. Gannett Road residence.

May 24—A male on a motorcycle threatened teenagers at a graduation party at a Nicole Lane residence, stating one of the teens “messed with his niece.” The man went unidentified, and no charges were made. ∞