Resident asked unusual question by unknown caller: Highland Heights Police Blotter

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Suspicion: Oakview Drive

A woman reported Oct. 27 that her father received a phone call from an unknown person while he was in Florida. The caller knew his name and address and then asked the man “why don’t you ever open the blinds at your home?” Nothing further was said to the man, but he thought it was suspicious. The woman said her father commonly leaves the blinds closed at the home.

Property damage: Miner Road

A resident said Oct. 29 that a Spectrum Cable subcontractor caused damage to his property when working in a neighbor’s yard. He said a cable line was placed in the ground with a trenching machine and it caused damage to his fence, yard and vehicle. Officers advised the man to contact Spectrum Cable about the incident.

Theft: Wilson Mills Road

Officers responded to Kohl’s Oct. 28 for a report of a man and woman fleeing the store with armfuls of stolen clothing and shoes. The couple left the area in a vehicle and were not located.

Impaired driving: Miner Road

A Euclid woman, 28, was arrested for OVI after officers saw her vehicle remain stopped at the Highland Road intersection for three light cycles. She was also cited for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia; and six unknown pills were located in her vehicle.

Theft: Wilson Mills Road

A Mayfield Heights man, 18, was arrested at Kohl’s Oct. 25 for the theft of a jacket, valued at $185.

Disturbance: Lynden Drive

Officers responded to a residence at 12:45 a.m. Oct. 25 for a report of a man with a backpack walking around the home, banging on doors and yelling. They found the man, 20, hiding in a rear shed and sweating profusely. It was learned he was the estranged son of the homeowner and supposed to be staying with his grandmother in Richmond Heights. He caused damage to the shed door when he forced it open, but his mother did not want to pursue charges.

Theft: Wilson Mills Road

A shoplifter fled from Home Depot Oct. 23, but officers stopped his vehicle in the area. The Euclid man, 29, was charged with the $478 theft of two drills.

Suspicion: Dornoch Lane

A resident said Oct. 22 that two women came to her home and asked her if she was Greek or spoke Greek because of her name, which they knew. She said she did not let them into her home or unlock her door. She reported the incident two hours after it happened.

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