Downed tree, wires cause chain reactions: Hunting Valley Police Blotter

HUNTING VALLEY, Ohio

Falls alarm, traffic control devices, tree down, utilities (utilities): various locations

After residents of Fairmount Boulevard near SOM Center Road reported their burglar alarms went off while they were home at 1:02 a.m. on May 27, police noted they were stopped from getting away. get there immediately by a tree that had fallen further east on Fairmount across from University Farms.

The tree had downed numerous power lines and possibly a utility pole with it, making Fairmount impassable until power company crews could get there, arriving at 1:35 a.m. from the west side of the road blocked.

Meanwhile, collateral damage became apparent when dispatchers received reports from Roundwood Road that other residential alarms went off in the same time frame, as well as numerous traffic lights no longer working around the village. .

As a result, stop signs were posted at intersections around town, including SOM Center and Chagrin River roads, as well as Fairmount which remained closed until the tree and debris could be removed. Pepper Pike Police helped deploy the temporary signs.

Bulletin (various departments): Opalocka Drive

Chester Township Police have asked all surrounding agencies to be on the lookout for a man wearing all-black clothing who was seen crossing vehicles in the area of ​​Cedar and County Line Roads at 3 50 a.m. on May 26, leaving in an unknown vehicle and direction of travel unknown. All agencies investigating similar cases have been asked to contact the Township of Chester for any further information.

Help another service, try to locate: Caves Road

The Geauga County Sheriff’s Office briefly requested the assistance of Hunting Valley Police in locating two missing grade two boys from Westwood Elementary School in Novelty, Russell Township at approximately 2:15 p.m. on May 24.

They were last seen entering the woods north of the school, with Hunting Valley officers told to check the nearby Laurel School campus and then meet with officers in Westwood to continue the search – which was canceled at 2:39 p.m. when the boys were located.

Accident Investigation Unit Caption: Miles Road

The AIU team was contacted by officers at the scene of a serious injury accident involving a motorcycle and a Kia Soul at 9:31 a.m. on May 24 in Warrensville Heights along Miles near Emery Road, with no further details available. .

Follow-up survey: Fairmount Boulevard

A Pepper Pike man approached police on May 23 with possible camera footage to check for suspicious vehicles from an earlier jump involving his daughter’s car, with no further information available.

Car-motorcycle accident: South Woodland Road

Police were alerted to an accident with no injuries involving a Kawasaki motorcycle and a Jeep Grand Cherokee on Route 87 between Roundwood Road and Farwood Drive around 3 p.m. on May 30.

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