Homeowners association lost more than $ 30,000 on bank accounts: Orange Police Blotter
ORANGE, Ohio – Fraud, Lander Road: The treasurer of the Landerwood Glen Homeowners’ Association reported on April 9 that unauthorized and fraudulent withdrawals had been made to at least two accounts: more than $ 15,000 in checks, as well as an associated money market account where more than $ 15,500 was withdrawn between March 28 and April. 1.
Key Bank’s fraud department is opening an investigation and the police have also been given the name of the association’s management company.
Threatening, Harvard Road: A Macedonian, 52, was arrested on the evening of April 5 following an alleged road rage incident on Interstate 271 in which he stopped next to a woman from Bedford, 31 years old, and threatened her with a .40 caliber firearm, using hand gestures. and obscenities.
Highland Heights Police had previously detained him and the other driver wanted to press charges and seek a protection order. He was taken to Solon Prison without incident.
Trespassing, violation of temporary protection order (domestic violence, resistance to an agent), execution of a warrant; Avenue du Parc: Police were called on April 8 by the management of 4th & Park Apartments regarding a Highland Heights man, 29, who was on a civil protection order following an incident on September 18 in Pinecrest.
The suspect was gone by the time police arrived and the woman whose family had requested the OPT did not cooperate, having been seen with the suspect in the lobby. While she did not want to file a complaint, the management of Pinecrest did and a warrant was obtained.
Harassment (general), Orange Place: Police responded to the Chagrin Highlands University Hospitals campus on April 8, where a woman from Cleveland Heights, 33, working in a doctor’s office, reported that one of her doctor’s patients, a 62-year-old Macedonian, had blocked her in her parking space in order to verbally assault her about an unresolved civil court case involving her business.
When contacted, the lawn sprinkler contractor said he was only trying to help her and had moved her truck when asked. Police told him he was released from the practice and could face criminal trespassing charges if he returned.
Harassing communications, Harvard Road: A resident, 52, reported on April 9 that he was having issues with his mother’s property with his brother’s girlfriend, mainly because of works of art he had sent her from the residence of mother to Aurora.
Police said it was a civil matter. The man added that he wanted his girlfriend to contact a lawyer rather than calling her directly.
Grand Auto Theft, Orange Place: A Bedford landscaper reported on April 5 that the company’s truck was parked on the Bahama Breeze side, with its crew working at about 500 feet, around 2:45 p.m. when a gray or silver pickup truck pulled over and two men left with a pair of backpack blowers – valued at $ 500 apiece – that were in the bed of the truck.
Flight, East Ash Lane: A 45-year-old resident reported on April 3 that unauthorized purchases had been made from his child support debit card in California and Texas, dating back to mid-March.
Theft, Orange Place: A longtime Extended Stay South guest reported on April 3 that he left his bedroom door visibly open with a housekeeping safety latch as he paced back and forth all day delivering meals , while his wife was also at work.
They had also left $ 200 in cash and a Pandora charm bracelet on a nightstand, where he last saw them between 11:30 a.m. and noon. The cleaning lady said she had not seen them at the booth when she arrived around 3:30 p.m.
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