Vandalism, Thefts and a Burglary: Police Blotter
The following information was provided by the Strongsville police department
Several incidents of vandalism and mischief were reported in the last few days.
On Dec. 15, light globes were stolen from five yards on Gate Post Road.
On Cartwright Parkway, a resident reported Dec. 13 that his Christmas lights were cut and damaged again, for the third time in two weeks.
A car driving by a house on Raccoon Trail about 1 a.m. Dec. 15 was hit with eggs.
On Dec. 17, someone threw two dozen eggs at a house on Diane Circle.
And on Indianhead Lane, kids kept ringing a doorbell and running Dec. 15. The resident followed the kids to a house on Pomeroy Boulevard and talked with a mom, but she didn't believe him.
Police went to the house and gave the kids and parents a talk about mischief.
A South Marks Road resident arrived home about 12:30 a.m. to find someone had broken into his house.
Guns were among the items stolen.
Theft from Vehicle
A GPS was stolen from the glove compartment of a car parked in a driveway on Kylemore Drive the night of Dec. 15.
The car was unlocked.
A woman in the PNC bank lot on Royalton Road told police she heard two gunshots about 2:20 a.m. Dec. 13.
Officers couldn't find anything amiss.
Auto Part Missing
A catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle in a carport at a Whitney Road apartment Dec. 13.
Police checked out two men hanging a sign on the I-71 bridge on Royalton Road about midnight Dec. 16.
Officers learned they were waiting for someone who was coming home from the military. The sign said "Welcome Home."