Stranger accepts woman’s offer of bottle of water, then exposes himself: Lyndhurst Police Blotter
Suspicion: North Barton Road
At 9:25 p.m. Aug. 11, a woman, 62, noticed a man sitting in a parked car in the street near her house. Because the man was wearing a sweater on the warm day, the woman offered him a bottle of water.
The man accepted the offer and walked with the woman to her garage. After taking the water, the man exposed his private parts.
The woman asked the man, believed to be in his mid-30s, why he had exposed himself. He responded by departing.
The incident had occurred at 3 p.m. and, after considering the incident, the woman later felt she should report it to police.
Customer trouble: Mayfield Road
At 9 p.m. Aug. 15, management at Don Ramon Mexican Grill reported that a male customer had left the restaurant without paying bills of $65.02 and $39.62. The suspect left in a car, but police were unable to locate the auto.
Assault: Gordon Road
At 1:20 a.m. Aug. 13, a man, 54, reported that his daughter, 23, of Richmond Heights, was “going crazy” and had hit him in the face.
At the man’s home, police found that those present were intoxicated.
The daughter told officers that she had hit her father because she thought he was mean to her mother. Police did not pursue charges.
Fleeing and eluding: Mayfield Road
At 4:50 a.m. Aug. 13, an officer saw two cars — both Dodge Chargers — and an SUV drag racing westbound on Mayfield Road, just past Richmond Road. Dispatch advised South Euclid police that the vehicles were coming their way.
South Euclid police saw the cars pass on Mayfield Road at Warrensville Center Road, traveling at about 100 mph, but did not pursue them.
Domestic violence: Alberta Drive
At 9:30 p.m. Aug. 12, a woman, 25, went to the police station to report that her boyfriend, 33, was abusing her and that he had tossed a couch at her.
The woman stated that she had a head injury, but refused transport to the hospital.
The couple does not live together, but they share a child. The matter was referred to the city prosecutor.
Domestic violence: Ledgewood Trail
At 8:55 p.m. Aug. 12, a man, 44, reported that his wife, 45, had assaulted him and that, as a result, he was bleeding. The man said he did not need medical attention.
In addition, the man told dispatch that his wife was intoxicated and was ripping things down from their home’s walls.
Police arrested the woman and charged her with domestic violence.
Domestic violence: Richmond Road
At 10:20 a.m. Aug. 12, a woman, 26, called police to report that she had just been involved in a physical altercation with her former boyfriend, 28. The woman stated that the man had put his hands on her and caused her injury. She refused medical attention.
The incident occurred at the couple’s apartment. According to the woman, the man became her ex-boyfriend only that day, after the altercation took place. The man was not charged.
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