Officers find gun and drugs when investigating shots-fired call: Parma Police Blotter – cleveland.com
Shots fired: Daleside Drive
On June 20, police were dispatched to Daleside Drive after a caller said shots were fired from a Honda Accord.
An arriving officer learned that the incident was related to an attempted felonious assault. Arrested were a Cleveland woman and a Strongsville suspect.
A gun and suspected felony drugs were located inside the Honda. The pair each received a weapons charge and drug abuse citation.
A boy and a Cleveland man also involved in the incident were later located and found in possession of drugs. They were cited for drug abuse.
Smoky identity fraud: Day Drive
On June 6, police were dispatched to a Day Drive BBQ restaurant after an employee discovered that someone had used credit card information from several victims to purchase food. There are no suspects. Police are investigating.
Theft: Day Drive
On June 15, police were dispatched to a Day Drive gym after two men were suspected of removing items from the locker room. Police are investigating.
Theft: State Road
On June 15, two juveniles came out of a State Road gas station to find their bikes missing. There are no suspects. Police are investigating.
Disorderly conduct-intoxicated: State Road
On June 18, police were dispatched to a State Road gas station regarding an overdose.
An arriving officer located the victim. After the Cleveland woman was revived using Narcan, she was cited for disorderly conduct-intoxicated.
Fraud: Ridgewood Avenue
On June 20, a Ridgewood Avenue resident called police after discovering that someone had used their credit card information for fraudulent purchases. There are no suspects. Police are investigating.
License plate theft: Normandy Drive
On June 20, a Normandy Drive resident came out of their home to discover that someone had stolen their Volkswagen Eos’ license plate. There are no suspects. Police are investigating.
Theft: State Road
On June 20, a State Road resident called police after discovering that they were the victim of fraud.
An arriving officer talked to the woman, who said she was scammed into sending money to an unknown person who was impersonating a family member. There are no suspects. Police are investigating.
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