On Nov. 4, at 11 p.m., several people reported witnessing a dude chasing another man screaming and waving his pistol. They said the suspect told the man, ‘I got something for you” and went into the house and got his gun.
Three brazing bandanna bandits stick up Food Mart:
On Nov. 3, at 1:15 a.m., three brazing bandits wearing bandannas and Halloween mask entered and stuck up the Convenient Plus Food Mart on East Livingston Avenue. Two of the banditos were armed with black semiautomatic pistols and wearing black gloves and black hoodies. The three suspects are described as two big o’ guys and one lil’ o’ short female but they are all considered armed and dangerous.
Crook known as the “Counter Hopper” loose and still on the run:
Back on January 1, 2011, at 12:20 a.m., a thug strolled into the United Dairy Farmers store on Indianola Avenue. He hopped across the counter, punched the clerk in the face, and took the cash box out of the register. This bold son of a gun then strolled back out of the store like he had done absolutely nothing. He was last seen jumping into an old, raggedy, broke down, sky blue, 1980s model station wagon that barley started.
Police are asking anyone with info on this crook to call (614) 645-4665.
Boozer stabbed by Ms. Messer and Mr. Charley:
On Nov.2, at 4:05 p.m., there was an altercation between three people in a house within the 4600 block of Applefair Drive. This ruckus resulted in a man name Kevin Boozer being stabbed and beat up with some kind of blunt object. Mr. Boozer was taken to a near by hospital and treated for his injuries. Missy Messer and Charles Andrews were both caught and charged with felonious assault.
Thug in sagging pants told Big Lots’ clerk, “This is a stick up”
On Nov. 1, at 8:15 p.m., a man went into the Big Lots store on Olentangy Road and politely asked the clerk for a cigarette lighter. And, as the employee looked for it, this dude acted as if he had a gun in a plastic bag but really had some old towels. He than told the clerk, ‘this is a stick up.’ The thief took an undetermined amount of cash and ran out the door. Dude was wearing a dingy, white hoodie and some big o’ sagging, baggy jeans.
Tall, thin thug robs CVS on Parson:
Around 11:57 a.m., on Nov. 4, a tall thin man came in to the CVS Pharmacy within the 1400 block of Parsons Avenue. This thug approached the counter, pretending as if he was going to buy something. As the clerk scanned the item, the thin man gestured to imply he had a weapon and demanded, “gimme da monee.” The clerk complied, fearing the worst. The tall thin dude slinked out the door like nothing had happened.
Two coward, punks beat up old man:
On Nov. 5, at 10:40 p.m., a 76 year old man stopped his 1987 Volvo in the 1500 block of Alum Creek Drive, when a man knocked on his driver side window. As the old man’s attention was diverted to another chump who pulled the door handle on the other side. The one punk on the driver’s side reached in and grabbed the old man’s keys, started punching him knocking out two of his teeth and inflicting other facial damages. The thugs carjacked his vehicle and fled the scene. Pop’s was taken to a near by hospital were he was treated for his injuries.
Camera records rogue in parking lot breaking into cars:
Back on Sept. 18, at 3 p.m., a security camera recorded a man driving a green Chrysler Sebring that pulled into the parking lot of the Favret Heating and Cooling Company. The honoree thief got out in broad day light and started breaking into locked cars with some kind of tool. The rogue stole several cell phones, a number of GPS units, and other property from vans and automobiles.
Crime Stoppers are looking his butt.
Two men, 34 and 19, are robbed at gunpoint:
Around 5:25 p.m., on Nov. 4, two men were waiting in front of a building in the 1300 block of East 26th Street when two men in a newer white SUV pulled up, got out, and approached them. They demanded money. The suspects flashed their pistols and demanded the two victim’s hand over cash and other goods? There was an argument. Once the suspects got the drop on the 34 and 19 year old, they started shooting at them as they ran down the street. Something is wrong with this picture:
82 year old woman missing:
On Nov. 3, at 10:a.m., concerned family members reported that their 82 year old female relative was missing. She was last seen taking a Yellow Cab to Kroger’s on South High Street. She was wearing a waist length leather jacket and a tan sweater and jeans.
Anyone who may have seen her please call police.
Daniel Smith and Tambria Vales are fighting over on Scholl Road
On Nov. 5, at 1:12 in the morning, police responded to a report of a couple who were fighting in the 2300 block of Scholl Road. When the cops arrived, they located the two angry love-birds walking together on Silsby Road near Brockway. EMS was called to check out their injuries.
Dude name Pronty Jr. caught stealing in Targets:
On Nov. 4, at 1:46 p.m., a security guard at Target called and reported that they were holding a guy name Kevin, who they caught stealing almost $ 200.00 worth of stuff. Target is going to prosecute o’ boy for his indiscretion.
Two teenage girls, 16 and 17, caught stealing in Macy’s are arrested:
On Nov.3, at 9:02 p.m., a car was requested by lost prevention at Macy’s to pick up two girls they were holding, one 16 and the other 17. Both young ladies were turned over to their 25 year old cousin who lives in Cleveland.
Would somebody please tell them crime don’t pay!
Some nun-skull tried to shoot a man for blocking his driveway:
On Nov. 4, at 11 p.m., several people reported witnessing a dude chasing another man screaming and waving his pistol. They said the suspect told the man, ‘I got something for you” and went into the house and got his gun. He tried to shoot the guy when he pulled the trigger, but the gun didn’t fire. They said this whole ruckus was about him parking and blocking his driveway at a house in the 13500 block of Cedar Road.
Man busted for taking a leak in public:
On Nov. 3, at 3:26 p.m., a man name Mr. Woods was caught outside peeing in some bushes in the 13400 block of Cedar Road. Police charge the man who had to take a leak with disorderly conduct.