Homeowners Association Protest Pool Pass: Pepper Pike Police Blotter
Disturbance: Pepper Ridge Road
Police were called to a community pool around 1:30 p.m. on August 15, where a group of people were arguing, accusing at least one member of being behind on their homeowners association’s dues. Officers arrived and discovered this resident was being yelled at by a woman who felt he should not be allowed poolside until he was fully paid out of his fees.
Warned by the police that it was a civil matter, the two parties planned to speak with their lawyers.
Disturbance, unwanted guest: Chagrin Boulevard
Police were called to the Jewish Family Service Association office at around 11 a.m. on August 18 with a report of a hostile customer. A man from Cleveland, 34, left the building without further incident. Office
Attempted theft from a banking institution: Bremerton Road
A resident reported on Aug. 12 that someone wrote a check online for $ 20,000 on their account to someone in Michigan, with payment stoppage on the fraudulent transaction and no loss of money.
Traffic stop: Gates Mills Boulevard
Police arrested an 18-year-old Cleveland woman who was driving the wrong way on Gates Mills, which has a grass median on August 14 shortly after midnight.
She was driving with a suspended license and the car was returned to a valid driver, with a small amount of marijuana also seized.
Attempted fraud: Shaker Boulevard
A resident reported an alleged scam on August 14 after calling an alleged Microsoft hotline about an allegedly fraudulent debit to her bank account.
She became suspicious when she spoke to someone claiming to be a federal agent working with Bank America who asked her for personally identifying information and told her not to mention this issue to her family members or the bank. local police.
She ignored that directive and instead called Pepper Pike’s police, who said none of her personal information had been compromised and that she had not lost money.
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