, 2022-08-20 17:01:00,
Suspicion, improperly handling a firearm in a motor vehicle, having weapons under disability: Emery Road
After a patrol officer pulled into the Orange Sledding Hill parking lot at 2:40 p.m. Aug. 14, he noticed one car in the lot, with the front driver and passenger seats completely reclined, windows down and two people inside, enveloped in a strong odor of suspected marijuana.
The occupants raised their heads as the cruiser turned around, then they got out and started walking towards the sidewalk into the park. When the officer approached them about the marijuana, they said they were on a break from work and there was still a “Blunt” in the car.
The officer found multiple active warrants from various local agencies pending against the Cleveland Heights woman, 25, who had been in the driver’s seat, as well as a warrant for allegations of family violence in Georgia.
She informed police her firearm was in a purse on the front floorboards. Taken into evidence was a Smith & Wesson Military & Police (M&P) Springfield handgun loaded with a magazine containing 10 rounds.
She was placed under arrest as a fugitive from justice, which prohibited her from having a firearm, and was taken to the Solon jail, where police took a buccal swab for DNA testing purposes.
Police also listed 102 grams (3.6 ounces) of marijuana seized, although that weight included the container as well.
The Cleveland woman, 28, who had been in the passenger seat was actually the owner of the car, which was turned back over to her once a valid driver arrived on the scene.
Personal welfare: Orange Place
Police were sent to the Hampton Inn late morning Aug. 9, for a report of a Cleveland Heights woman, 56, threatening to kill herself and earlier, to take out the staff at Key Bank as well if her unspecified requests were not granted.
Orange police said they responded the week prior and told her to stop making threatening phone calls, such as those made to the FBI call center in May when she said she was going to kill a former neighbor in Cleveland Heights.
The latest threats to the Key Bank call center were enough to get her evicted from Extended Stay, landing her briefly at the Hampton Inn, where police and firefighter-medics concluded she was delusional and possibly off her meds.
This led to her transport to Ahuja Medical Center, where she was “pink-slipped” for a psychiatric evaluation.
Vandalism: Park Avenue
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