Snowbird Home Housebreaking brings in $ 50,000 value of bijou: Pepper Pike Police Blotter


Burglary (forced entry): Snowberry Lane

Residents returned home on June 26 after leaving town last year, finding their home had been broken into at some point during their absence and was estimated to be missing $ 50,000 in jewelry. Police were still working on a tighter timeframe in which the break-in could have occurred, and further details of the investigation have not yet been released:

Criminal Nonsense: Lander Road

One resident returned home in less than a week and found that two smaller windows on the house had broken, although it seemed unlikely anyone could climb through them. The police did not find any traces of entry into the house. and nothing seemed to be missing.

Missing Person, Search For: South Woodland Road

After a resident reported on the morning of June 26 that her 65-year-old husband had not returned from a visit to the AT&T store the night before, a missing person report was sent to nearby departments.

The police were told that he did not have a phone and was known to stop and sleep on the side of the road. He returned home that evening after being safely found outside of town.

Personal Wellbeing, Squad Call: Chagrin Boulevard

Police and medics arrived at New Directions drug treatment center around 7:00 p.m. on June 28, after a girl threatened to harm herself. She was then taken to a local hospital for further examination.

Civil Matters: Gates Mills Boulevard

Officials consulted and mediated with a resident who had questions about how to deal with her estranged husband on the afternoon of June 30.

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