Man arrested every week earlier in Mr Hero ‘theft’ incident re-arrested for banging on window of lady’s residence: Lyndhurst police blotter


Disturbance: Mayfield Road

At 9:45 pm on September 3, a woman called the police to report that a man she knew was banging on the window of her home. The 53-year-old man had been arrested a week earlier for entering Mr Hero’s shop at 5217 Mayfield Road on August 29 and asking if the staff were “ready for a robbery”. He was arrested later that day. At the time of his arrest on August 29, he was in possession of goods stolen from CVS, 1443 Richmond Road.

The man didn’t have a gun with him and he didn’t rob Mr. Hero.

The police had released the man because of mental health problems. He went home to the woman because he knows her. Police took the man into custody again and held him on charges dated August 29.

Theft: Cedar Road

At 12:35 pm on September 5, a man called police to report that his mother, 84, of Beachwood, lost her wallet after leaving Giant Eagle, 25105 Cedar Road in Legacy Village.

The woman was in possession of her wallet when she paid for her groceries, but later learned it was missing when fraudulent charges of $2,000 were made on her credit cards.

Disturbance: Mayfield Road

At 6:50 p.m. on September 7, a home care worker reported that her male client was following her. The client, 25, has developmental disabilities. The man’s father came and picked up his son and took him home.

Disturbance: Blancchester Road

At 5:40 pm on September 8, a woman called police to report that her former boyfriend, a 35-year-old mentor, was at her home and wanted officers to tell the man to leave . The woman was not at home at the time. She told police that her home’s doorbell camera was not working.

Police found the man inside and told him to leave. He gathered his things on the porch and left. The man was warned not to return to the woman’s home or to call the woman’s door camera again.

Ambulance Needed: Acacia Park Drive

At 4:45 p.m. on September 10, an 89-year-old Pepper Pike woman called police to state that she had started driving before her friend, an 88-year-old Lyndhurst woman, was fully seated in her vehicle and hurt the Lyndhurst woman. The incident happened in the parking lot of the Acacia on the Green Apartments, located at 2112 Acacia Park Drive.

Paramedics took the injured woman to Hillcrest Hospital.

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