Police Blotter: Catalytic Converters Stolen From Cars
The following arrest information was provided by the Westlake Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
Catalytic Converters Stolen From Two Cars
Catalytic converters were stolen from two vehicles at the RTA Park-N-Ride Sept. 15. A Sheffield Lake woman found that her 2001 Oldsmobile Alero had $570 of damage at about 5 p.m., and an Avon Lake woman discovered her 2002 Honda Odyssey had $600 of damage. Officers notified RTA security. There are no suspects.
Westlake Police Aid North Olmsted in Finding Theft Suspect
Westlake police officers helped out the North Olmsted police when they made a radio broadcast about a beer thief at 2 a.m. Sept. 19. Westlake police spotted the suspect black Chevrolet Blazer and stopped it in a driveway on Clague Road. The 42-year-old Westlake man inside was arrested for driving under the influence. The passengers- the man’s niece and her boyfriend- were turned over to the North Olmsted Police Department.
Woman's Purse Stolen From Car
The front passenger window of a Westlake woman’s 2003 Dodge Durango was broken out while parked at the YMCA, and her purse was stolen some time between 7:10 and about 8:30 p.m. Sept. 15. The woman’s purse had eight credit cards and $20. One of her cards was used at a Westlake gas station before it could be cancelled. Police have no suspects.
Construction Equipment Taken From Truck
A North Olmsted man reported the theft of a $3,500 machine control receiver used to check grading Sept. 15. The device was stolen from his truck while it was parked at St. John Medical Center. Police found no signs of forced entry to the truck, and have no suspects.
Home Broken Into, Nothing Stolen
An Adelaide Ct. home was broken into on Sept. 16 between 6:30 and 9:45 p.m. Investigating officers found that bodily force was used on a side door. Nothing was taken from the home.