Police use GPS to track down stolen cars: Lakewood Police Blotter

LAKEWOOD, Ohio –

Big Theft Vehicle: Madison Avenue

At 3: 12 a.m. on November 28, policeman got a call about a running car that had actually been stolen from a car park outside a 7-Eleven on Madison Avenue near Warren Road.

The car was geared up with GPS and were able to track the vehicle to and after that to Independence, where it stopped at a Red RoofInn The Independence were informed and at 4: 26 am they recuperated the car and apprehended a man who was with the car, according to an occurrence report from the Lakewood Police Department.

Big Theft Vehicle: Clifton Boulevard

A man called the at 4: 28 pm on November 28 to report that he came out of the CVS shop in Clifton and W. 117 th Street and found that his car was missing out on from the parking area.

Big Theft Vehicle: Clifton Boulevard

A man called the at 4: 35 a.m. on November 26 to report that his car had actually obviously been stolen.

POI: Parkwood Road

A law enforcement officer stopped a lorry on Parkwood Road and Madison Avenue at 12: 28 p.m. on December 2 since it had no noticeable license plate. The officer ultimately detained the chauffeur for driving a lorry while intoxicated. The car was hauled from the criminal activity scene.

Messy Behavior: Lake Avenue

Officials responded to the Days Inn at 12: 46 p.m. on November 30 about a man in the lobby who appeared baffled and under the impact of something. The man was taken to an emergency clinic for treatment and charged with misbehavior while intoxicated and in ownership of drug stuff, according to a police report.

POI: Clifton Boulevard

The officers reacted to a telephone call about an automobile mishap at 7: 10 p.m. on November 29, in which those included chewed out each other. The officers detained an adult woman for driving a lorry while she was intoxicated.

POI Crash: Orchard Grove Avenue

got call at around 2: 22 a.m. on November 26 about a lorry that crashed into parked cars and trucks. According to a police report, detained an adult man for driving a lorry while intoxicated and a male guest for misbehavior while intoxicated. Three automobiles were hauled away.

Theft: Bonnieview Avenue

A man called the police at 1: 30 p.m. on November 23 to report that he had stolen the catalytic converter from his parked vehicle.

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