Drunk man refuses to leave laundromat: Fairview Park police blotter

Fairview Park, Ohio

Forgery, West 226th Street

At 9:30 a.m. on September 13, a resident reported that her neighbor had backed up in her car. The parties had exchanged information about insurance, but the driver at fault did not provide valid proof of insurance. The investigator received the woman’s insurance card, which he was able to determine through an investigation, had been forged. The 41-year-old Fairview Park woman received a citation for inappropriate support and accused of forgery.

Fairview Park Police

Disorderly driving, Lorain road

At 10:03 p.m. on September 13, a Leo laundromat reported that a drunken man was inside the business and refused to leave. Officers arrived and found a 38-year-old man from Olmsted Falls who appeared to be alcohol-impaired, sitting on the floor next to several open beer containers. The man was cited. He couldn’t find a car to get home and was taken to North Olmsted City Jail where he was held until sober.

Intrusion, Lorain Road

At 9:47 a.m. on September 14, the owner of Complete Automotive Repair Service reported that a car in their lot had been entered overnight. Surveillance video shows a man entering the parking lot at 3:57 a.m. and attempting to enter several cars, gaining access to one. Nothing was removed from the car and nothing was damaged. The man is finally gone. The investigation is ongoing.

Flight, Lorain Road

September 14 at 4:22 p.m.

A Giant Eagle employee reported a shoplifting in the store. Officers arrived and confronted the woman who did not cooperate and initially failed to provide valid identification. Officers were able to identify the woman after determining that her car was parked in the store’s parking lot. The Bay Village woman, 57, was arrested.

Flight, Westgate

On September 15 at 10:24 a.m., an employee at the European Wax Center reported that a customer had not paid for the services and had left their ID as collateral until they could pay. After attempting to contact the man by phone, the employee discovered that the man had blocked the company’s phone number. An agent was able to contact the man who was uncooperative. An arrest warrant for minor theft has been issued against the 42-year-old Parma man.

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