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Grafton-LaGrange-Columbia blotter: Sept. 21, 2007


LaGrange police

Friday, Sept. 14
4:35 a.m. — 100 block Walleye Court, James Reid, 41, same address, LaGrange, charged with driving under suspension and failure to signal.
Saturday, Sept. 15
9:30 p.m. — 100 block Public Square, a 14-year-old boy was charged with underage consumption.
Sunday, Sept. 16
11:30 a.m. — Intersection of South Center Street and Opportunity Way, Christopher West, 21, Wellington, charged with weaving course and possession of marijuana.
Monday, Sept. 17
9:40 p.m. — 100 block Pleasant St., illegal dumping of a trash bag onto someone’s lawn. Inside the trash bag was a wedding dress in excellent condition. There was no identification on the dress and the homeowners did not know anything about where it could have came from.

Grafton police

Wednesday, Sept. 5
8:09 a.m. — Grafton Police Department, parents arrived at the station after their 19-year-old son had been threatened. Bruce Hartley, 45, 500 block N. Main St., Grafton, was charged with aggravated menacing, after he allegedly entered the home at the 38100 block of Crook St. with a baseball bat and stated that he believed their son broke into his house. Hartley then threatened to kill the 19-year-old.
9 a.m. – 1000 block Novak, man requested officers to come to his house because his daughter-in-law would not stop beating on his door.
Wednesday, Sept. 12
6:36 p.m. — 730 block Erie St., Kirk Younglas, 47, Elyria, charged with disorderly conduct intoxication, after he was found banging on the door of a friend’s house — she knew he had been drinking and did not wish to speak to him.
Thursday, Sept. 13
2:33 a.m. — 1100 block Elm St., people partying, drinking and racing vehicles around in a field near the overpass.
10:53 a.m. — 1100 block Yarmouth, man reported that two males were nearing his house, asking a lot of questions about the security of the home.
3:24 p.m. — 900 block Main St., woman advised that there is a man trying to sell furniture from his tractor-trailer and the village denied him a permit. He was not very happy and said he was allowed to sell in the developments if there were no signs saying, “No trucks.” He eventually left town.
Friday, Sept. 14
2:30 p.m. — Sunshine Court, report of a party possibly on Sunshine Court where marijuana and pills would be supplied. Another resident heard the same and called the station as well.