Menacing, identity theft and an ejection from rehab: Pepper Pike police blotter


 

Pepper Pike

Runaways, Chagrin Boulevard: Police found and returned in less than an hour a juvenile boy reported as a runaway on Nov. 20 from the New Directions drug treatment facility.

However, upon his return, the staff there told police that he was being discharged for repeated outbursts and confrontations with other guests, and that his parents would be contacted to come and get him.

— Late in the afternoon on Nov. 20, another New Directions runaway, 16, approached a police cruiser in the North Plaza of Lander Circle and stated that he wanted to return to the facility, which was done without incident.

Menacing, neighbor trouble; Pepper Creek Drive: A resident, 53, came to the police station late on Nov. 18 to file a menacing report on behalf of a 16-year-old girl.

Identity theft, Edgedale Road: A resident reported Nov. 15 that personal identification and credit cards had been stolen while he and his family were in Florida, and that they had noticed some possible fraudulent activity on their accounts since the theft. They were given direction on what agencies to contact to set up a fraud alert flag.

Article source: http://www.cleveland.com/chagrin-valley/index.ssf/2015/11/menacing_identity_theft_and_an.html

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