Cuyahoga Falls Woman Mistaken for Call Girl

The following was obtained from Cuyahoga Falls police reports dated Jan. 9-10. It does not indicate a conviction.

Not that kind of girl

A Cuyahoga Falls woman knew something was amiss when 100 people called her on Jan. 6 looking for a "good time."

According to a Cuyahoga Falls police report, the surge of gentlemen callers was no fluke; it appears someone created a "Casual Encounters" Craigslist ad using the woman's name and phone number without her permission.

The woman became aware of the ad on Jan. 9, called police and said she had a suspect; however, the initial lead didn't pan out, said Falls Police Lt. Steve Guldeman. 

The detective's bureau is investigating the incident. 

Meat heist

A Giant Eagle employee called police on Jan. 10 after a pair of suspects dashed into the Howe Avenue grocery store and stole $225 worth of assorted meat products.

One of the thieves dropped their cell phone during the amatuer theft, according to the police report. The pair fled in a maroon sedan. 

Spending spree

Someone stole a man's credit card and racked up $745 in charges at Office Max on Jan. 8.

The Cuyahoga Falls man realized the card was stolen on Jan. 10 and called police. He plans to press charges if the thief is caught. 

John Rogers January 15, 2013 at 07:15 PM
Wow, 100 phone calls off of one free ad.


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