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Woman cited for threat after threatening to beat shop worker: Lyndhurst police blotter

LYNDHURST, Ohio – Threatening: Mayfield Road

At 1:35 p.m. on January 1, an employee at the AT&T store at 5076 Mayfield Road reported that a 23-year-old customer from South Euclid had threatened her with physical violence. The woman from South Euclid left the store before the police arrived, but the employee, a woman from Hudson, also 23, called the police again at 2:35 p.m. when the suspect entered the car in the store parking lot.

The suspect was charged with a threat.

OVI: Route des Cèdres

At 1:25 a.m. on January 3, an officer stopped a car for a red light violation and discovered that the driver of the car, a man from Mayfield Heights, 29, was intoxicated. The man was found to have a blood alcohol level of 0.106, above the state minimum for impaired driving of 0.08.

The police charged the man with OVI and had his car towed.

Psychiatric situation: Mayfield Road

At 2:35 p.m. on January 2, police were called to the Mr. Hero sandwich shop at 5217 Mayfield Road, where a man entered the restaurant’s kitchen. The staff left the store and waited for the police. The man left the store before officers arrived and was picked up from another store, Goldie’s Donuts & Bakery, 5211 Mayfield Road.

It was not clear why the man entered Mr. Hero’s kitchen. Police took the man, 53, from Mayfield Heights, to Hillcrest Hospital for a mental assessment.

Suspicion: Route des Cèdres

At 12:10 a.m. on January 1, two Macedonian women, ages 19 and 20, noticed a man following them after the women parked their car at Legacy Village. The women entered The Melting Pot restaurant, 24741 Cedar Road, and told an employee they were being followed.

The employee escorted the women to a location far from the entrance. Shortly after, the man walked in and asked if there was a bar he could sit on. The man was turned away. A witness later saw the man and the police were notified.

Police arrested and questioned the man, who told officers he followed the women because he found them cute. The police released the man.

Support Person: Cedar Road

At 3:55 pm on December 29, a Giant Eagle employee, 25105 Cedar Road in Legacy Village, reported receiving a “vague” threat from a customer. Officers located the client, a 68-year-old woman from Beachwood, and issued a trespass warning to her.

Car theft: North Barton Road

At 9 a.m. on December 29, a 37-year-old woman reported that someone entered her car on the evening of December 26-27 and stole her debit card and several gift cards. The debit card was used to make a $ 20.30 purchase on December 27 at the Speedway gas station in South Euclid. The police are investigating.

Disturbance: Mayfield Road

At 1:10 p.m. on December 28, police were called to the Produce Place store, 5564 Mayfield Road, following a report of a customer walking through the store and causing a scene after being asked to leave. Police escorted South Euclid’s wife, 73, from the scene.

Carrying a Concealed Weapon: Haverston Road

At 12:50 a.m. on December 27, an officer stopped a car for its illegal window tint. The driver of the car, an 18-year-old Lyndhurst man, attempted to avoid the officer by driving down side streets and pulling into a random driveway.

A check of the man’s car revealed a 9mm gun. Police cited the man for tinting the window and charged him with a felony for carrying a concealed weapon.

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