Shoplifter returns to scene of crime, drops her ID: Bainbridge Township Police Blotter


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BAINBRIDGE TOWNSHIP, Ohio

Found property: Tanglewood Square

A woman whom employees recognized as recently shoplifting from Giant Eagle returned and dropped her ID in the store on Nov. 14. Police were called and a report was made now that her identity is known. Police are investigating.

Theft: Chagrin Road

Using a pry bar, someone broke into a work vehicle and stole multiple tools. The theft was reported Nov. 11. The victim compiled a list of missing items.

Theft: Woodland Ave

After hearing someone outside his home at 3:43 a.m. Nov. 12, a man noticed a component missing from his video gaming system.

Burglary: Dayton Street

Someone broke into a home during the day Nov. 12. The report did not include information on missing items.

Burglary: Railroad Place

Someone kicked in a door to a home and stole a Play Station gaming system and a laptop computer during the day Nov. 15.

Welfare check: Bainbridge Road

Ravenwood Hospital employees asked police to check on a man at 11:30 a.m. Nov. 17 after his wife was verbally abusive to him. The woman said the nurses are witches and that her husband is trying to harm her. The nurses are concerned for the man’s welfare.

Suspicious: Pettibone Road

A woman reported that a strange man “with an old man’s haircut” had walked through her property at 3:40 p.m. Nov. 16 and threatened to call police because she had cut her own trees. He was gone upon police arrival.

Traffic stop: Bainbrook Drive

Police stopped a driver for having expired license plates and nonfunctioning brake lights on Nov. 15. He was taken into custody, where the officer learned that the man was wanted on a felony warrant through the Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Office.



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