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McDonald’s employee struck by water bottle thrown from vehicle: Richmond Heights Police Blotter

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a van parked on the side of a road: Richmond Heights police © Andy Attina/ Richmond Heights police


Disturbance: Richmond Road

A customer in the drive-thru lane at McDonald’s threw a bottle of yellow liquid at an employee April 29 for an unknown reason. He left the area without placing an order. Police are investigating.

Theft: Richmond Road

The pastor of Faith United Church of Christ reported April 28 that two pieces of mail had been stolen from the church mailbox. They were said to contain donation checks. The members who wrote the checks were notified and canceled the checks. There were no witnesses to the incident.

Unauthorized use of vehicle: Richmond Road

A manager at Enterprise Rent-A-Car reported May 3 that a woman had failed to return a vehicle that was due back March 26. She said a final notice was mailed three weeks ago. The vehicle was subsequently entered as stolen, and a warrant was issued for the arrest of the 30-year-old resident.

Impaired driving: Trebisky Road

A Cleveland man, 24, was arrested for OVI after he was found passed out in his vehicle near Georgetown Road around 3 a.m. May 1. Inside the vehicle was a loaded gun, marijuana and a vial with an unknown liquid. Charges for improper carrying of a firearm in a vehicle were also issued.

Carrying concealed weapons: Chardon Road

Two men were found in the parking lot of Agent’s Choice May 1 after a 911 call. One was found with a gun protruding from his pocket. The Cleveland man, 22, was restrained and subsequently charged with carrying a concealed weapon.

Welfare check: Loganberry Drive

An officer observed a man April 28 dancing on the sidewalk and occasionally walking into traffic. He was checked due to the signs of manic behavior. He checked OK and was advised to be more cautious.

Theft of vehicle: Chardon Road

A vehicle that had just been stolen from the Marcella Arms parking lot crashed into a curb in the rear parking lot at University Hospitals around 1:15 p.m. April 27. A witness said two younger males exited the vehicle and ran from the area. Responding officers did not locate the suspects. The incident is under investigation.

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