Sunday, February 26, 2012
After a domestic dispute, a 28-year-old Iraq War veteran, locked himself inside the Falls hotel room and threatened to kill himself with a .40 caliber handgun.
On Saturday morning, police were told that a suicidal man had locked himself inside a room at the Economy Inn with a handgun at his side. When officers arrived at the hotel, the 28-year-old man refused to come out or unlock the door, according to a Cuyahoga Falls police report. The man, an Iraq war veteran who was upset by a domestic dispute, spoke to a VA counselor during the standoff with police. After over two hours of negotiations, he decided to peacefully give himself up. When he handed his gun over to the police, it was secured in a case with a lock attached to the trigger. The gun was never a threat to any officer. The report said the man will undergo a psychiatric evaluation.
Friday, December 23, 2011
Glenn D. Lambert and two juveniles arrested for drugs.
Cuyahoga Falls Police arrested Glenn D. Lambert and two teenagers at the Economy Inn, Dec. 21. Officers detected marijuana use and found chemicals used to produce methamphetamines, according to a Cuyahoga Falls Police press release. Police located them through an anonymous tip. They arrested the three for minor misdemeanor drug abuse and drug paraphernalia. Lambert was also arrested for illegal possession of chemicals to manufacture drugs—a second degree felony. The 17-year-old and 15-year-old were released to guardians. All information provided by Cuyahoga Falls Police.
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
The following arrest information was supplied by the Cuyahoga Falls police department. It does not indicate a conviction.
An Economy Inn employee told police that a 65-year-old man broke a table, chair and the window in his room at the hotel on June 17 at 3:20 a.m. The suspect was also found with crack cocaine in his room. Criminal Mischief A 60-year-old man living in the 1000 block of Seibel Drive told police that someone removed patio furniture, animal cages and outdoor mats from his home and placed them in front of someone else's door and car also on Seibel Drive on June 17. None of the items were damaged. A Dewitt Elementary custodian told police that someone spray painted two sides of a park bench and the sidewalk near the building between June 15 and June 16.