‘Donald’ Steals a Car, But Who is Donald?
A man lends out his car, but doesn't get quite enough information.
On March 13, a Salem Parkway man reported lending his 1995 Chevrolet pickup to his dad’s old friend “Donald” of Cleveland back on March 8.
What is Donald’s last name? Good question; the truck owner doesn’t know.
What he does know is that Donald promised to return the truck on March 11, but reneged and now won’t answer the owner’s phone calls. The vehicle was entered into the National Crime Information Center computer as an Unauthorized Use by the Westlake Police Department.
The owner recovered the truck on March 15 in Cleveland.
Also in the blotters this week:
- A 17-year-old Westlake girl left her $300 IPhone on a bench in the Recreation Center gym on March 13 while she played basketball. It was taken by an unknown suspect between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m.
- An alarm company reported a possible entry at a Bradley Road business on March 12 at 8:41PM. Responding officers found a window broken; cash was taken from the register. There are no suspects.
- Unknown suspect(s) filed an online application on March 10 using the identity of a Brick Mill Run man for a $500 loan. The Coshocton bank noted inconsistencies and did not process the requested payment.
- On March 13, a New Jersey man reported that prescription drugs were taken from his room at a Clemens Road hotel during the day on March 6. He suspects an unknown employee; the investigation continues.