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Police log for Feb. 22, 2013


Elyria police

Wednesday, Feb. 20

10:10 a.m. — 700 block Lowell St., a man told police he was assaulted by a man he signaled to pass him. The victim, who was driving a tow truck, said a 6-foot tall, heavy-set Hispanic man followed him in a pickup and yelled, “What’s your problem?” He said the man, who was approximately 20 to 30 years old, punched him in the back of the head and drove away. Police were unable to locate the man or his vehicle.

Thursday, Feb. 21

12:05 a.m. — West River Road and Third Street, Darius Glass, 22, arrested on a contempt of court warrant and charged with operating a vehicle impaired, OVI refusal, driving under suspension, flashing red light and seatbelt. Police stopped Glass for not stopping at a flashing red light and smelled marijuana in the vehicle. Glass admitted to smoking a “blunt,” he denied drinking. Glass would not provide a urine sample to police.

3:36 a.m. — 1800 block Middle Ave., officers were sent to a home to investigate a domestic violence incident with a 16-year-old who was allegedly assaulted by her 19-year-old boyfriend, who is the father of her child. Police said the girl had injuries to her face, and a friend witnessed the man grabbing the girl, throwing her into a TV stand and punching her in the mouth.

Lorain police

Wednesday, Feb. 20

11:23 a.m. — 1000 block W. Ninth St., theft of electronics and video games during a home burglary. A back door was unlocked when the person broke in, according to a resident.

2:52 p.m. — 1400 block W. 41st St., theft of a cassette stereo from a 1995 Cadillac. The Cadillac’s owner said the car had been stored in a garage, and he last checked on it three months prior to when he discovered the items missing.

LaGrange police

Tuesday, Feb. 12

10:42 p.m. — 600 block Rundle St., attempted burglary. The homeowner said three subjects tried to force their way through her front door. Eventually, they fled toward Taylor Boulevard.

Saturday, Feb. 16

9:05 p.m. — 500 block Longstreet St., domestic dispute between a husband and wife.

Sunday, Feb. 17

9:30 p.m. — 600 block Rundle St., a woman arrived at her residence and noticed all of the lights were on inside the home. When she entered the home, she walked up to her bedroom and found all of her dresser drawers open. According to the police report, the suspect entered the closet, broke into a safe and large jewelry cabinet. The items stolen included $4,400 worth of jewelry and a Beretta 3032 Tomcat handgun.

Grafton police

Tuesday, Feb. 12

5:52 p.m. — North Main Street, report of a vehicle swerving all over the roadway.

Wednesday, Feb. 13

1:35 p.m. — Parsons Road, a man called and wanted to show an officer “his recent finds at the river.”

7:34 p.m. — 1000 block Plymouth Drive, a woman requested extra patrol. She had a flat tire on the highway and when she had it repaired, the employee said it looked like it had been tampered with.

Thursday, Feb. 14

4:48 a.m. — 1100 block Willow St., a man requested extra patrol of his house on Valentine’s Day until he gets home because “due to a recent breakup with his girlfriend, she might be unstable.”

11:02 a.m. — Mechanic Street, caller complained about “dust in the air” at the mill.

8:27 p.m. — 900 block Oak St., caller wanted officers to check on a man who had been “walking back and forth on Oak Street.” He checked out OK.

11:06 p.m. — 1000 block Wellfleet Drive, juveniles were putting firewood in the roadway.

11:50 p.m. — First Place Bank, 351 Main St., officers found a man who said he was waiting to use the ATM machine, but the officer believes the man may have been “sleeping in his truck due to a divorce.”

Friday, Feb. 15

5:54 p.m. — Parsons Road, a man requested extra patrol of his wood pile across the street from McAlpin Court on Parsons Road. He said someone took a sledgehammer to it. The wood pile checked out OK.

Sunday, Feb. 17

11:48 p.m. — 1000 block Plymouth St., caller stated a dog had been barking for two hours and she was concerned for its health due to the temperature. Officers arrived and could not locate the barking dog.