Officers Sent to Same Home Three Times in 24 Hours for Domestic Violence Calls, Arrest Mother of Four: Lyndhurst Police Blot Letter

LYNDHURST, Ohio —

Domestic Violence: Cherokee Road

At 9:35 pm on August 17, police were dispatched for a call of a fight taking place on Cherokee Road. Dispatch also heard from a woman who said her mother was attacking her and her siblings with a knife.

The 19-year-old woman said she locked herself in the house to get away from her mother. The incident occurred after the 40-year-old South Euclid mother went to her mother’s home, where her children, ages 20, 19, 16 and 16, live. The mother was not happy with the company of her 19-year-old daughter.

The police discovered that the daughter had a wound in her mouth and a bite on her leg. Police did not find a knife in her mother’s possession.

Police, however, arrested the mother on a domestic violence charge.

Officers were also called to the same home at 11:30 a.m. on Aug. 18, when the 20-year-old was involved in an altercation with his 19-year-old sister because he felt she was talking too loud while trying to sleep. . The man then “laid his hands on” his sister, in his words. He left before the police arrived and a domestic violence arrest warrant was issued.

Police were finally called to the house at 10 pm on August 18 when the same brother and sister fought over their belongings. This matter was referred to the city attorney for possible charges.

Disturbance: Mayfield Road

At 9:20 pm on August 18, a caller from Buffalo Wild Wings, 5433 Mayfield Road, reported that four customers, male and female, created a ruckus inside the restaurant and then left in separate cars.

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The parties had threatened the manager. Those involved left before police arrived, but officers were able to stop the two cars in which the parties were traveling. The people involved were two women from Cleveland, age 18; a Richmond Heights man, 21; and a 43-year-old Bedford Heights woman. The man was found to be wanted on a Richmond Heights police warrant, but RHPD was unable to apprehend him and he was released. All parties received trespass warnings.

Robbery: Cedar Road

At 8:45 p.m. on August 17, a 44-year-old Austintown, Ohio woman notified management that her iPhone was stolen while at Esporta Fitness, 25145 Cedar Road in Legacy Village. However, the woman did not complete a police report.

Stolen Property Reception: Richmond Road

At 1:35 p.m. on August 17, an officer pulled over a car that was shown to have been stolen from Cleveland on a police Flock Street camera. The driver, a 22-year-old man from South Euclid, was found to be wanted on a warrant from the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction. The man was in possession of a weapon.

Police arrested the man on charges of receiving stolen property and having a weapon under disability.

Dog on the loose: Farnhurst Road

At 7:15 a.m. on August 17, a man called police to report that three dogs he did not recognize had somehow gotten into his fenced-in backyard. A short time later, and before police arrived, the dogs’ owner, a 29-year-old Lyndhurst woman, took them home.

Animal control took over the case and learned that the woman was harboring six dogs, three of which were hers and three of which belonged to her ex-boyfriend.

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Animal control informed the woman that, in Lyndhurst, only two dogs could live in a house. The woman was given two weeks to find homes for four of the dogs.

Indecent Exposure: Cedar Road

At 1:35 p.m. on August 16, police were dispatched to Esporta Fitness, where a large, older man, wearing a tank top and shorts, entered the women’s locker room and displayed himself. The man left the scene before police arrived.

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