Man shoots himself in the leg: On April 24, around 7:39 p.m., three guys on East Torrence Road were making an amateur video and as one of the props, the amateurs were using a real shotgun. When one of the guys preceded the skit with what was believed to be an unloaded gun.
Man shoots himself in the leg: On April 24, around 7:39 p.m., three guys on East Torrence Road were making an amateur video and as one of the props, the amateurs were using a real shotgun. When one of the guys preceded the skit with what was believed to be an unloaded gun, surprise! The gun discharged striking the 23 year old man in his leg. He was taken to a near by hospital and treated.
Man shot into crowd wounding several: On April 26, at approximately 9:33 p.m., two gangs were involved in a physical fight in front of a location on Avonia Avenue, when a man pulled out a gun and started shooting in the crowd. Several people were wounded and taken to an area hospital of which all were in stable condition.
Innocent bystander shot in mêlée: On April 28, around 9:10 p.m., a 16 year old boy was grazed by a stray bullet when several shots rang out as he was walking down the street near Grasmere Avenue and East 22nd. He was taken to a hospital in stable condition.
Robber takes cash and cash register drawers: Around 8:35 p.m., on April 28, a masked gunman walked in and stuck up the Kentucky Fried Chicken on Harrisburg Pike at pistol point. Not only did this thug take the demanded cash, but he also wanted the cash register drawers. He was last seen running southbound.
Mr. Lovely shot, but able to flee: On April 29, around 11:26 p.m., a caller reported that a man, Mr. Tommy Lovely had been shot several times by an unknown man. Although the shooting occurred at East Main and Lilley Avenue, Mr. Lovely was able to run to another location and call for help. He was treated for his injuries.
One legged man breaking in houses: On April 28, around 9:23 a.m., a caller in the 11100 block of Miles Avenue reported that a light skinned man with one leg was breaking into the house next door.
Somebody might be inside house on West 50th: Around 9:25 a.m., on April 28, someone called and reported that a window to a house in the 1700 block of West 50th Street was broke out and that someone might still be in the house.
Woman in car screaming for help: On April 28, around 9:32 a.m. there were several calls from witnesses in a Marathon gas station at West 44th and Lorain Avenue that a woman was leaning out the door of a white Cadillac screaming for help. Minutes later several 911 calls were received where a woman could be heard screaming in the background.
Drunken woman causing problems: On April 28, around 9:45 a.m., there was a call from a person who reported there was an intoxicated woman in the 4400 block of West of West 93rd and she was causing trouble.
Violent man at group home: On April 28, about 9:54 a.m. an employee of a group home on 80th and Madison Avenue, called and reported that one of the residence there and he was causing a big disturbance threatening people.
Heard window shatter, somebody is breaking in: Around 10:05 a.m., on April 28, a neighbor in the 12100 block of Revere Avenue, called and reported that they heard the sound of breaking glass and the alarm was going off in the house next door.
Big O’ piece of glass in the middle of Carnegie: On April 28 around 10:10 a.m., there were several calls from motorist who reported that there was a big piece of glass in the middle of the street near 71st and Carnegie Avenue.
Woman threatened her with a gun: Around 10:20 a.m., on April 28, a woman on 116th and Parkhill Avenue called and reported that she had just been threatened by another woman with a gun. The woman who is driving a black Toyota Camry was last seen heading north on 116th Street.
Westside woman receiving threatening text messages: On April 28, around 10:32 a.m., a woman on the Westside called and reported that she was kept receiving threatening text messages from an individual.
Two men stealing the fence: Around 10:22 a.m., on April 28, someone reported that two men in a tan Buick Regal was stealing the fence from around the vacant house next door in the 8700 block of Fredrick Avenue.
Took his truck without permission: On April 30, at 10:54 a.m., a man on Park Heights Avenue, called and reported that a person had just taken his silver, 2006 Chevy Yukon truck without his permission and drove away.
Drunk girlfriend intentionally hit his car: On April 30, around 10:56 a.m., a man on Colgate Avenue called and reported that his drunken girlfriend had purposely driven into his car and hit several other vehicles on his street. The highly intoxicated woman is driving a 1997, red Pontiac Bonneville and is still somewhere in the neighborhood.
Man mistreating his pregnant girlfriend: On April 30, around 11 a.m., an expecting Westside mother called and reported that her boyfriend who is high on drugs is trying to beat her up.
Man punches his girlfriend who just had surgery: On April 30, at 11:20 a.m., a woman in the 17200 block of Palda Drive, who had just had surgery, called police and reported that her boyfriend had punched her. She said he has left and he is wearing a black coat, a black hat and some black jeans.
“We don’t need no police”: On April 18, around 2:50 a.m., a man on Elbon Road, called and reported that another man was there drunk and causing a disturbance.
The phone was suddenly snatched by a woman who told the dispatcher, “don’t come out here, cause we don’t need no police.”
Suspicious footprints: On April 18, around 7:27 a.m., a caller in the 1300 block of Ardoon Road reported that they woke up and found suspicious looking footprints on their porch.
Tall, light skin man beating her car with a bat: Around 7:19 p.m., on April 18, a caller in the 3400 block of Silsby Road reported that a tall light skinned man was hitting her car with a baseball bat and she wanted help.
Puff-Puff-Pass next door: On April 19, about 1 a.m., a neighbor called from an apartment in Severance Circle and reported that they could the smell smoke from the folks next door who was smoking marijuana.
Man climbing in the back window: On April 19, about 12:12 p.m., a person in the 3500 block of Woodridge Road, called and reported that a man in a red hoddie was breaking in and he had climbed through the window of the house next door.
Evicted tenants moved back in: Around 7:09 p.m., on April 19, a landlord of a house on Noble Road called and reported that the up stairs tenants which he had just had evicted have moved back in, and was living there as squatters.
Inter-racial couple pointing a gun at people: On April 20, around 5:54 a.m., there were several callers who reported that a Black man and a White woman in a green and white car were driving around flashing a pistol at people. They were last seen driving towards East Cleveland.
Burglar dropped TV and ran: Around 1 p.m., on April 20, a caller reported that a suspicious looking man in the 1600 block of Coventry was walking down street with a TV and some other items under a blanket. We they spotted him; he dropped the stuff and ran in an apartment next door. Police recovered the items and arrested the man.
Alarm from Gibb’s Bar & Lounge: On April 20, around 1:30 p.m., a motion detector and alarm at Gibb’s Lounge in Severance signaled that there was movement of someone at the front door and in the dinning room of the bar. A car was sent to check it out.
4 guys in a car smoking chronic: On April 20, around 4:00 p.m., a caller in the 2400 block of Lee Road, reported that four males where sitting in a Ford Taurus smoking weed and she wanted them off her property.
Walgreen’s manager chasing thief: On April 20, an employee at Walgreens Drug Store on Mayfield Road, called and reported that the store manager was in a foot chase for a shoplifter who had ran out of the store. The crook dropped the goods, but kept running.
Police caught up with him a few streets over, arrested and charged him with theft.
Somebody stole my jewelry: On April 20, about 6:48 p.m., there was a call from a customer at a business on Lee Road who reported that, somebody stole her jewelry.
A theft report was taken.
Mother called police on her son: On April 20, around 9:42 p.m., a mother on Yorkshire Road called police on her 20 year old son who was causing a disturbance, but she didn’t want the police come to her house and help.
Neighbor’s dog keep defecating on her lawn: On April 23, around 1:28 p.m. a caller from the 2100 block of Edgewood Road, reported that after repeated conversations and disputes about with her neighbor about their dog crapping on her lawn, the neighbor is still allowing her dog to dump on her grass. Police advised the violating neighbor of the cities dog waste ordinance.
Her children’s daddy keeps threatening her: On April 23, around 5:20 p.m. a woman at South Taylor and Mayfield Road, called and reported that her children’s daddy is causing a disturbance and threatening her. The man later turned himself in and was charged with domestic violence.
Boy caught stealing Polo stuff at Macy’s: On April 18, around 4:02 p.m., a boy was caught by Macy’s security stealing a pair of yellow and a pair of red swimming trunks, a blue Polo baseball cap and 3 Polo bucket hats. After stuffing all the items in a bag, he tried to leave the store, but was caught by security.
Went to see a fight and got jumped on: On April 20, around 7:17 p.m., a boy’s parent reported to UHPD, that their kid had heard in class about two boys who were going to fight after school at Targets, so he went to see the fight. When one of the boys who were supposed to fight did not show, the other kid jumped on (their kid) who was merely a prospective spectator.