Late nursing service is not a crime: Chagrin Falls police blotter



Investigation: Cleveland Street

A resident of the Laurels of Chagrin assisted living facility called the police at 8:57 p.m. on May 3 to complain that his medication and nursing care had not been administered in a timely manner. Police investigated and learned the delay was due to staff attending to another resident.

Unable to determine whether a crime had been committed, officers sought the advice of the county prosecutor. It was determined that no criminal charges should be laid.

Fraud: West Washington Street

A real estate agent reported on May 5 that fraudulent credit cards and mail had been sent to a house she was selling. The names on the mail are not the former residents. She turned the items over to the police for investigation.

Traffic stop: Miles Road

An officer arrested a man for driving with a suspended license at 7:45 p.m. on May 1. He was cited and released with a mandatory court date. His vehicle was returned to a valid driver.

Suspect: North Street

Between 3 and 4 a.m. on May 6, a woman’s dog woke her up. She fell asleep again, but later that morning found someone had blown a mosquito net out of her bedroom window sill.

She had read articles on social media about a possible voyeur in the area and called the police. Officers have taken the fingerprints and are investigating.

Property found: North Main Street

Someone found a purse near Key Bank and turned it over to the police on May 6.

Harassment: carriage ride

After receiving harassing communications from a relative about a family incident, a man reported it to police on May 9. Officers have contacted the other party and determined the issue is currently resolved, but police are keeping the case open.

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