The following items were taken from Northeast Ohio Patch police reports.
Employees as Shell True North in Bath Township asked
police to track down a shoplifter about 2 a.m. Sept. 19 after a woman took
something from the store and left.
Officers found the car on I-77 and pulled it over. The woman admitted to stealing a Rice Krispies Treat from the gas station.
The business said it wouldn't pursue charges if she paid for the snack. She did and was released, a report said.
Police were called to a Strongsville home Sept.
17 about a sunbathing neighbor who appeared to be wearing only socks.
Police found the man was actually wearing a Speedo, too. He was told about the complaint and advised to maybe wear swim trunks to avoid any confusion in the future.
From the “That’s Just Nasty” file: At 2:16 p.m. on Sept. 9, a Detroit Road gas station employee reported that a male was heating up urine in the station’s microwave.
When confronted and sent packing posthaste, he claimed it was fake urine to be used to pass a pre-employment drug test at a nearby car dealership.12 More Claim Assault by Former Stow Doctor
Twelve more women claim they were sexually
assaulted by a former Stow doctor, according to Stow Police records.
Since Sept. 10, 12 more women came forward to police claiming they were assaulted by Dr. James Bressi while he worked at the Summit Pain Clinic at 4302 Allen Road.
A bullet flew through the floor of a Stow apartment and into a bedroom after a Stow man accidentally fired his handgun recently.
Police responded to an apartment building in the 4500 block of Hudson Drive after a resident heard a loud noise come from her son’s bedroom.
They found a 9mm bullet in the apartment.