Thursday, June 23, 2011

best of the blotter: noise and fake blood

911 MISCELLANEOUS ABUSE, NORTH MAIN STREET: Police debated charging a resident who called 911 just after 12:30 a.m. on June 20 to report that his cell phone wasn’t working while he was at a local gallery.

DISTURBANCE (NOISE), SOLON ROAD: Police received a call at 12:12 a.m. on June 20 from a resident complaining that a neighbor was playing a violin. Police arrived to find the scene quiet.

SUSPICIOUS SITUATION, BUNKER HILL DRIVE: A complainant told police at 9:57 p.m. June 12 that his door bell rang, but when he answered it no one was there. However, he stated he could see what looked to be blood on the walkway. An officer investigated, and determined the substance was likely pizza or spaghetti sauce. There was no damage to the complainant’s property.

DISTURBANCE, SOUTHPARK CENTER: At 8:59 p.m. June 18, an employee of Buckle reported that a Garfield Heights man was upset because he lost gold-colored “grillz” in the store. The man apparently became irate with employees after discovering he had lost the jewelry for his teeth, and was asked to leave the store.

oh, Parmastan!

THEFT, CRAIGLEIGH DRIVE: Two accordions were stolen between May 15 and June 15 from a house.
Police do not know how the accordions were stolen.

3 comments:

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

So. Cleveland is a crime-ridden hellhole, after all! I knew Randal was sugar-coating things.
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Randal Graves said...

Bad, Frankie Yankovic's ghost, bad!

Playing a violin? Those lucky bastards, I got stuck listening to Poison and Foreigner.

thatgirl said...

Oh you know Randal, he's like the love child of Norman Vincent Peale and Pollyanna.

Speak of the devil,
I concur, having a violist as a roommate was a wonderful thing, being able to fall asleep to Beethoven and Tchaikovsky was awesome.