Daytime Burglary; Dine and Ditch; Menacing Neighbors; and Violent Ex-Girlfriend
The following was culled from Cuyahoga Falls Police reports dated Sept. 15-17. It does not indicate a conviction.
On Sept. 15 at 3 a.m., a Falls man called police and reported he had been hit in the head with a beer bottle after an argument with an estranged girlfriend. When officers arrived to the 14th Street residence, they observed a knot on his forehead. An ambulance was called to treat the man. Due to his intoxicated state, he was referred to the Prosecutor’s Office to sort out the matter.
Guns, TVs taken from home
A resident called Cuyahoga Falls Police on the evening of Sept. 15 after realizing someone had burglarized her home located on the 800 block of Hardy Road. A .22 caliber revolver, tear gas pistol, two flat screen TVs and money were taken from the house. Estimated loss: $2,200. There are no leads or suspects.
Dine and ditch
An Eat’n Park employee reported a customer left the restaurant on Sept. 16 without paying for his dinner, valued at $7. Police tracked the man down, and he eventually admitted to the dine-and-ditch. He was cited for theft.
A resident living on the 1200 block of Gaylan Drive reported a disturbance on Sept. 17 after someone cut out the screen to his sliding door, lit off firecrackers next to his fiancee's car and posted a sign on his front door demanding that the couple move out of the house. The man intends to press charges if the menacing neighbors are caught.