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Police Blotter: Stove is On, But No One's Home; Horses Take a Stroll

The following information was provided by the Strongsville police department

A Broxton Drive woman got home about 7 p.m. Sept. 12 to find all the stove burners on.

The woman said nothing appeared to be missing from the house.

She did fine a note left by someone who knew the previous tenants, giving them a his new phone number.

Hoofing It on Webster Road

A witness reported seeing two horses walking down Webster Road without riders about 11:40 a.m. Sept. 10.

The owner, who lives on Albion Road, soon joined police in trying to locate the horses, which were eventually found on Timberlake Drive.

Police and the owner were able to corral the ponies and get them back to their barn.

Gun Stolen

A firearm was stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Adams Drive, a report said.

The theft was reported at 9:30 a.m. Sept. 10.

Stolen or Held Hostage?

Police helped smooth over what was reported as a theft but was actually a fight between acquaintances Sept. 10.

A Whitney Road woman complained she gave her car keys to a friend who delivered her paper route while she was away, but now he wouldn't give them back. He also had her $10 winning lottery ticket.

The man said he was keeping the keys because the woman owes him several hundred dollars.

He eventually turned over the keys. The woman said he could keep the lottery ticket.

Theft from High School

A cell phone was stolen from the boys' locker room at last week.

The student's parents reported it stolen Sept. 13, and said other items belonging to football players were taken.

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