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Police Blotter: Sign-Stealing Kids Nabbed; Employee Feels Someone Watching Her

The following information was provided by the Strongsville police department

 

An employee at a Royalton Road office building told police she heard someone walking in the leaves and saw a shadow when she was coming to work about 6 a.m. Oct. 26.

Another employee felt someone was watching her, a report said.

Police were unable to locate anyone in the area. A police dog couldn't pick up a scent, the report said.

Polictical Kids

Three teens were apprehended early Oct. 28 with three campaign signs in their car -- all for Obama.

Police found two in a blacked-out car in the area of Westwood Drive and Brigadoon Way about 12:30 a.m.

A third was still out on foot when police stopped the vehicle. He was picked up later.

All three live in Strongsville. They could face theft charges.

Lost Keys

A 75-year-old Strongsville woman called for help after she lost her keys in Cinemark Strongsville while watching a movie Oct. 26.

She told police she had no way home. Officers were happy to oblige with a lift.

Low Bridge

A camper got stuck under the Ehrnfelt Covered Bridge on Whitney Road about 11 p.m. Oct. 25.

A report said the bridge was not damaged, but the air conditioning unit was torn off the roof of the camper.

Car Takes Out 3 Mailboxes

An Olmsted Falls driver was cited about 5 a.m. Oct. 27 after swerving off the road and hitting three mailboxes on Prospect Road.

The car was damaged to the point the man needed to have it towed.

Dr. Roseann M. Cyngier November 01, 2012 at 02:53 AM
With all the warning signs, how could someone with a camper still proceed into the covered bridge? Glad it was not damaged.

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