After breaking window, burglar steals 20 hair clippers from barber shop: Cleveland Heights police blotter – cleveland.com

Cleveland Heights police cited a man and woman, who could be heard arguing more than 100 feet away while in the woman's home, with disorderly conduct.
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio — Breaking and entering: Mayfield Road
At 9:45 a.m. Sept. 23, it was reported that someone had broke the front glass window of Authentix Barber Shop, 3952 Mayfield Road, entered the store, and stole all of the shop’s hair clippers, approximately 20 of them.
An employee discovered the break-in when reporting for work that morning. Police were able to gather two fingerprints from the broken window and are continuing to investigate.
Drug paraphernalia possession: Yellowstone Road
At 7 a.m. Sept. 24, an officer stopped a car for expired plates. The male driver did not have a driver’s license and was found to be wanted on a warrant for failure to appear in court on a suspended driver’s license matter.
The man was arrested and, during a search of his car, police found marijuana, an unidentified red pill, several small plastic bags, a digital scale that had upon it marijuana residue, and a second cell phone (in addition to the one found on the man’s person). Police impounded the man’s car.
Disorderly conduct: Mayfield Road
At 2:05 p.m. Sept. 25, dispatch received a call about a man in the area of Mayfield and Lee roads throwing trash as he walked in the road. A responding officer recognized the man, 41, from a previous incident. The man was walking between lanes on Mayfield Road, causing cars to drive around him.
As the officer approached, he saw the man reach into a sewer grate, grab leaves, grass and other debris, and throw it about. The man appeared coherent, although he was known to have previously been diagnosed with a mental illness. The man apologized for his actions and then tried to pick up what he had thrown. Police cited the man for walking in the road and throwing the debris on the road.
At 3:20 p.m., dispatch received another report of the man walking in lanes of traffic on Mayfield road, this time near Walgreen’s, 3020 Mayfield Road. The man appeared drunk. He smelled of alcohol and exposed himself. Concerned for the man’s safety, police took the man to the hospital.
Theft of firearm: Nela View Road
At 5:25 p.m. Sept. 27, a woman reported that her handgun had been stolen from her unlocked Jeep. Also stolen was the woman’s bank card. The gun was last seen Sept. 22.
Burglary: Noble Road
At 5:55 p.m. Sept. 28, police were dispatched to an apartment on a report of a burglary. A woman, 50, who lives alone, told police that she left for work the morning of Sept. 27 and returned that night to find the apartment’s electricity was not working. She then left and did not return until the next day.
She first noticed that the toilet seat was left up, and then learned that items were missing. The woman believes someone used a crowbar to enter her house as pry marks were found on the door. Among the many missing items were several pearl necklaces and pendants, $200 cash, two rings, earrings, gold chains and a portable DVD player.
Police are investigating.
Disorderly conduct: Cleveland Heights Boulevard
At 9:05 a.m. Sept. 24, police were called to a residence on a report of two or three people fighting. Officers arrived to hear, at a distance of more than 100 feet away, a woman, 50, and a man, 51, yelling at each other.
The man told police he was at the house to retrieve an ID and some credit cards. He also wanted to get back some of his belongings from a car parked in the driveway. The woman gave the man permission to get the items from the car. The woman told police that she needed medical attention and that she had already called for an ambulance.
Police gave the man a courtesy ride from the home and cited both parties with disorderly conduct for making unnecessary noise.
OVI: Lee Road
At 1:15 a.m. Sept. 24, police were dispatched to conduct a welfare check on a driver whose car remained in the intersection of Lee and Mayfield roads during several traffic light cycles.
Officers found that the male in the driver’s seat was asleep. Police woke the man, who was found to have bloodshot eyes. Officers had difficulty understanding the man as he spoke.
The man failed field sobriety tests and was charged with OVI. He was found to have a blood-alcohol content of .097, above the state minimum for drunk driving of .08.
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