Car driver chases down woman on motorcycle due to excessive noise, speed: Lyndhurst Police Blotter –

A woman forgot her engagement ring at a local nail salon and went back to the store only to find it missing. The woman reported the matter to Lyndhurst police, but was found to be wanted on a warrant.
Traffic complaint: Mayfield Road
At 10:40 p.m. Sept. 1, a motorcycle rider called Lyndhurst police to state that she was being followed by a woman in a car. The 31-year-old South Euclid woman pulled her motorcycle into Brainard Park, where the woman in the car, who had been sounding her horn, yelled at the motorcyclist for the noise she had created.
Police located the woman in the car, 62, of South Euclid, as she drove on Mayfield Road. She said she was unhappy because the motorcyclist sped as she rode down her street. She then decided to follow the motorcycle.
Police advised the woman not to follow another motor vehicle and, instead, to call police if she has a similar problem in the future.
Domestic violence: Wellington Road
At 10:55 a.m. Sept. 5, a woman went to the police station lobby with her son, 5. The boy said that his father, 38, had pushed him down stairs about 30 minutes earlier.
Police called Cuyahoga County child services, who took custody of the boy. The woman stayed at another location for the night. No arrests have been made. Police are investigating.
Theft: Mayfield Road
At 8 p.m. Sept. 4, a Lyndhurst woman, 26, reported that she had had her nails done at a Mayfield Road salon and that she had forgotten her engagement ring, leaving it at the business. The woman went back to the salon and the ring was gone.
The ring was valued at $10,000. Police have no suspects.
The woman, it was found, had a suspended driver’s license and was wanted on a South Euclid police warrant.
Theft: Cedar Road
At 3:10 p.m. Sept. 4, it was reported that a man had left the Giant Eagle store, 25105 Cedar Road at Legacy Village, with a cart filled with roses for which he had not paid. The suspect was last seen driving further into Legacy Village in a white Mercedes Benz.
A store employee retrieved the roses in the store’s parking lot, where the man had left them behind. The man was identified as a Pittsburgh resident, 41. The matter is being investigated.
Suspicious person: South Sedgewick Road
At 6 a.m. Sept. 4, a resident reported that a woman wearing a gray shirt, believed to be her neighbor, was walking about.
Police checked on the woman, 53, who said she had been punched in the face. An EMS squad was called to the scene. The woman then said she needed treatment for pneumonia and fever.
Police learned that the woman had not been assaulted, but was hallucinating from the medication she had taken. Police took the woman to Hillcrest Hospital.
OVI: Brainard Road
At 2:50 a.m. Sept. 4, Highland Heights police officers notified Lyndhurst police that they were with a driver who had fallen asleep at the wheel of his car at Brainard and Mayfield roads.
The Mayfield Heights man, 40, was found to be intoxicated. He refused to take a breath test. Police charged the man with OVI.
Fleeing and eluding: Richmond Road
At 11:55 a.m. Sept. 3, two cars were driven through a construction zone at a high rate of speed. One of the cars nearly struck an officer sitting in his cruiser. Police gave chase, but, for safety reasons, soon terminated the pursuit.
After the pursuit ended, the suspects pulled their cars into the parking lot of Brush High School, where police officers were present.
The officers detained the male drivers, 19, of South Euclid, and 18, of Cleveland. The men were arrested and their cars towed. The suspects face several charges, including fleeing and eluding.
Warrant arrest: Glenlyn Road
At 6:40 a.m. Sept. 1, police were called to the South Euclid-Lyndhurst Schools school bus lot, where a bus driver had found a man sleeping on a bus.
Police checked on the Cleveland man, 30, and learned that he was wanted on warrants issued by police in Cleveland Heights, University Heights, South Euclid, Cleveland and Highland Hills. South Euclid police picked up the man on their warrant.
Theft: Cedar Road
At 9:25 p.m. Aug. 31, it was reported that two women had left the Cheesecake Factory, 24265 Cedar Road in Legacy Village, without paying their bill of $132.14. The women were identified as two 25-year-olds from Cleveland. They later paid their bill.
Theft: Mayfield Road
At 8:20 a.m. Aug. 31, a truck driver reported that someone had stolen 90 cartons of cigarettes from his vehicle as he made a delivery at BP of Lyndhurst, 5615 Mayfield Road. There are no suspects.
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