Neighborhood Watch

Montville Township Police

June 26 – Police responded to a noise complaint on Turnberry Drive and met with a homeowner who reported “mysterious ground vibrations heard through his walls, possibly a mechanical turbine ... producing low frequency vibrations in which the amplitude crosses the audible threshold.” Police could not determine a cause and the report was ruled “unexplained.”

Lodi PoliceJuly 1 – Police responded to Janice Street for a disturbance. A report was taken.

July 4 – Police responded to the 100 Block of South Academy Street for a large dog running loose.

June 30 – Adam Clapp, of Texas, was arrested for OVI and was taken to Medina County Jail.

June 30 – Officers assisted the Medina County Sheriff’s Office with a male passed out in his car. Paul Duncan, of Congress Road, was arrested for OVI and taken to Medina County Jail.

June 30 – David Scherman, of River Street, was arrested for menacing and resisting arrest.

June 28 – Daniel Schlesing, of Lisa Court, was issued a summons for theft at a Bank Street business.

June 26 – Officers were dispatched to respond to downed utility wires that had gave way from their telephone poles starting on Bank Street. Three vehicles parked in the area had visible damage. One resident was checked for a possible injury.

June 25 – Stephen Ballard, of Lisa Court, was issued a citation for driving without a driver’s license.

Montville Township PoliceJune 30 – Police responded to a Medina Road business on a report of a loose dog. The dog was unable to be caught. No collar was visible on the animal.

June 30 – Montville officers assisted Medina Township Police with an assault and possible burglary at a Pine Hill Drive address. A report was taken.

June 30 – An officer conducted a welfare check of an elderly resident at a Forest Lake Drive address due to a yard that had not been mowed in some time.

June 30 – An anonymous caller contacted police about a dog in the area of Forest Lake Drive that “has been barking for three years.” An officer spoke with the dog’s owner.

June 30 – An officer controlled traffic on Poe Road after an RV lost the vehicle it was towing. The vehicle’s owner towed it out of a ditch.

June 30 – An officer assisted sheriff’s deputies in locating someone possibly hiding in a ditch along Windfall Road just before midnight. No one was found.

June 29 – A Wadsworth Road resident called police to report, while digging in his backyard, he located an urn possibly with ashes of a person’s remains inside. An officer spoke with the resident and speculated the ashes “were most likely from a pet” and advised the resident dispose of the urn how he would like.

June 28 – Police responded to a traffic complaint on Fox Meadow Drive at 4:27 p.m. in reference to a motorist in a newer Ford F-250 truck “doing burnouts in (the) neighborhood all day.” An officer located the truck and driver Tyler English. Police say English admitted to driving and advised him about the complaints of reckless driving through the neighborhood. English allegedly denied doing burnouts but admitted to doing “launches.” He was cited for traffic infractions.

June 28 – A Highland Meadows Drive resident called police to complain about “loud booms” coming from the north, possibly in the area of state Route 162. An officer arrived and did not hear any booms.

June 28 – Police responded to a possible disturbance Paradise Road address at 8:29 p.m. It was reported that an intoxicated female flipped a chair over while her husband was seated in it, but the female was gone when police arrived. The male said he was not injured. The female then returned to the residence and she denied flipping the chair. No arrest was made, but the case was forwarded to the prosecutor for review and possible charges.

June 28 – An officer spoke with some boys about driving golf carts in the roadway of Blue Heron Trace.

June 28 – Police responded to a complaint of two vehicles drag racing in the are of Chestnut Hill Drive at 2:39 p.m. Officers located both of the drivers in question and advised them of potential consequences.

June 28 – Montville officers were called to assist state troopers in stopping a vehicle driven by a person who reportedly brandished a weapon during a road rage incident on Interstate 71 northbound. Montville officers were then called off after adequate backup from additional troopers became available.

June 26 – Police took a report for theft at an Aberdeen Lane address after a male complainant reported four of his pistols were missing. The complainant stated he had five friends over the previous night, three females and two males. He said the three females were always near him, but the two males were upstairs and out of his sight several times during the evening before leaving without saying anything. Police have a suspect.

June 26 – Police located a male with a felony warrant out of Copley for domestic violence at an Eastpointe Drive business at 3:10 p.m. The male was held until Copley Police took custody.

June 26 – Police received traffic complaint about an elderly female driving a tan Lincoln “all over the roadway” at 2:38 p.m. An officer located the vehicle and stopped it. The driver reportedly had dementia and did not know where she was. Her husband was contacted to pick her up and the vehicle was left at a Medina Road address until it could be picked up.

June 26 – Police took a report for threats after a customer of a landscaping business threatened to damage the company’s store if a job was not completed.

June 24 – Police took a report from a father of a boy currently incarcerated at the Juvenile Detention Center. The father claimed the boy took prescription medication from his parents, crushed it up and gave it to his sister, who then got sick. The boy also allegedly took prepaid cards from his mother’s purse. The JDC wanted the probation violation documented in a report.

(0) comments

Welcome to the discussion.

Keep it Clean. Please avoid obscene, vulgar, lewd, racist or sexually-oriented language.
PLEASE TURN OFF YOUR CAPS LOCK.
Don't Threaten. Threats of harming another person will not be tolerated.
Be Truthful. Don't knowingly lie about anyone or anything.
Be Nice. No racism, sexism or any sort of -ism that is degrading to another person.
Be Proactive. Use the 'Report' link on each comment to let us know of abusive posts.
Share with Us. We'd love to hear eyewitness accounts, the history behind an article.