A resident on Carlton Court caught a teen wearing a black hoodie looking into her window and her neighbor's window abou 3 p.m. Nov. 13.
The woman's husband chased him off. Police checked the area around Drake Road, but could not find anyone matching the teen's description.
Fooled his Folks, But Not Police
An officer spotted a teen sneaking around a Timber Lake Drive house about 11:15 p.m. Nov. 12 and learned the youth was, in fact, trying to get inside -- he lived there.
A report said the teen was trying to sneak back in. His parents said they did not know he was out.
Bikes Lost, Found
A bicycle was reported stolen from a patio on Parkwood Lane Nov. 12.
On Nov. 11, a girl's bike was found in a Walnut Creek Drive yard. Police took that bike until the owner is found.
Fire on Windsor Drive
A smoker going outside for a few puffs about 2:30 a.m. Nov. 13 discovered a fire outside the house -- started by another smoker a few hours earlier.
A report said the man found the garage filled with smoke. When he opened the door, he discovered the fire was on the side of the house and put it out.
Police determined another man who had been smoking earlier threw his cigarette butt into a potted plant, which smoldered and caught fire. The siding on the house was damaged.
A Whitney Road apartment resident returned home about 7:20 p.m. Nov. 11 and found all his electronics missing.
The intruder got in through the bedroom window, a report said.
A group of four boys walked into a Fernwood Circle garage and stole beer about 11:30 a.m. Nov. 12.
The resident followed them to a Juniper Court house and called police, who questioned the resident there. The woman said she saw the boys cut through the yard and go into the woods.
Walking in Strongsville
A worried woman told police she believed her father was intoxicated and walking in Strongsville about 3 a.m. Nov. 13.
She said her dad had just called her and said he was in Strongsville. He was supposed to be in Columbus and she did not know how he had gotten here or where he was.
Police called the man, but he said he didn't know where he was and would not describe his surroundings so they could try to locate him.
Officers checked with the clerk at the station on Royalton Road, who had not seen him.