A hit-skip driver leaves the scene in a truck displaying the company name: Olmsted Falls Police Blotter



Round-trip: Metropolitan Boulevard

A resident called police at 5:26 p.m. on July 26 after a red truck with a trailer hit the family’s mailbox and left the scene. Unfortunately for the driver, the name of the landscaping company was written on the side of the truck along with their phone number. The resident went to the station to file a statement. The next day, the police gave the driver two tickets.

Speeding: Columbia Road

An officer cited a motorist for speeding at 6 a.m. on July 22.

Suspicious situation: Ravinia Drive

A woman just returned home at 9:18 p.m. on July 22. She found her front door open and called the police. She did not see any activity in her house. The officer came to the house and checked it out. The house has been cleaned.

Suspicious car: Water Street

An officer found two cars parked in the lower lot of David Fortier Park at 12:08 a.m. on July 24. He found a group of about six people climbing under the bridge. The driver of one of the cars was cited for parking hours.

Property found: Cottage Courts

Someone found the keys about a week ago on July 24th at Cottage Courts at the mailbox. No one had asked for them. Police now have custody of them until the rightful owner claims them.

Medical assistance: Fernwood Drive

A carpool driver called police at 8:40 p.m. on July 25 about a man he had just dropped off. The man was on the ground and unable to walk due to his inebriation. He was also on oxygen. Paramedics arrived and transported the man to hospital.

Property found: Columbia Road

A caller contacted police on July 26 to find a handbag on a car on Friday Friday, but no one asked for it. An officer came by and picked it up. Perrysburg police were called regarding the owner of the purse, but nothing more was learned. Local authorities contacted the Southwest Community Health Center to see if the owner had been transported there, but she was not. They called Perrysburg Township back to contact the woman’s home. They were able to do so and will give him the local police contact number. The woman then collected her handbag from the train station.

Parking violation: Cascade court

Police fined two cars in early July 27 for overnight parking on Cascade and Driftwood Drive.

Foot Patrol: Columbia Road

An officer at 4:33 a.m. on July 27 checked an open door at a vacant business. He checked the interior, which was cleaned. The officer closed the door and left.

Fraud: Garfield Road

A resident called police on July 27 regarding the theft of $ 4,455 and $ 4,791 from an account.

Traffic stop: Columbia Road

An officer cited a motorist on July 27 for speeding. He advised her not to have insurance and to wear a seat belt.

Wellness check: Columbia Road

Police were out with two people they found near the train tracks after the motorist avoided them earlier. The man had fictitious plates on a car. When he saw cruisers, he parked near the covered deck and exited with his young passenger. He left this area but was found on the tracks.

Trespass: Columbia Road

The homeowner called the police at 9:13 a.m. on July 28 regarding unwanted people on his property. He said no one was allowed to be there. Police found the back door unlocked. The police and the owner entered the structure. Police removed the drug paraphernalia and sent it to the fire department for proper disposal. The owner, who was under construction, said there might be a crew later to continue the work.


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