Brecksville Police Blotter: Missing Money, a Fight at a Gas Station and Other Incidents

The following information was supplied by the Brecksville Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

The following incidents were reported by the Brecksville Police Department between June 8 and June 12. The information was compiled by police reports.

Resident reports suspected damage to car:

A resident reported to the police on June 12 that someone had punctured the tires on his or her vehicle on the 7300 block of West Cross Creek Trail. The damage was discovered by a mechanic.

Money reported missing at the Community Center:

A Brecksville resident reported on June 10 that money had been stolen from his wallet at the Brecksville Community Center. The man said he had left his wallet in the men’s locker room around 3:30 p.m.; when he checked 10 minutes later, he was missing more than $100. Police advised the man to cancel his credit cards, but were unable to learn more.

Possession of drugs:

A 45-year-old Cleveland man was charged with possession of a hallucinogenic at 9:46 a.m. on June 10. An officer was told about a car where someone thought he or she saw men smoking marijuana in a parking lot; the officer could smell the drug when he pulled up behind the car on Brecksville Road, and asked the men to hand it over when he approached their window. A passenger obliged and was charged with possession of the drug. 

Disorderly conduct at the gas station:

Two Brecksville men had a disagreement that turned physical in front of the Shell/truenorth gas station at almost 8 p.m. on June 8. A 48-year-old man and a 56-year-old man were both charged with disorderly conduct. The men both told police their sides of the story – the disagreement started at the intersection at Brecksville Road and Royalton Road. One felt he was being “brake checked;” the other forced into the intersection. Both men said one slapped the other, but were not in agreement about whether he was provoked.

For questions about this blotter, email Rachel.Abbey@patch.com.


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