Dangerous threats: A KinderCare district manager asked Mayfield Heights Police for extra attention to the Allen Bradley Drive location just in case a soon-to-be-fired employee got violent.
The manager told police that the employee would be terminated because she threatened to get physical and/or shoot her co-workers. The plan was to fire the woman via phone and forbid her from returning to the property. The business also hired private security, according to the call log.
No subsequent incidents were reported.
Moving soon, don't care: A resident of The Marsol called Mayfield Heights Police Aug. 21 to complain about a neighbor playing loud music, but the neighbor cared little about the concern.
When a security guard confronted him with the noise complaint, the resident said he was moving out of the apartment at the end of the month and didn't care what the guard had to say.
The music was turned down by the time a Mayfield Heights officer responded.
Looking for a bear: A manager at Old Navy told police that two men and three children were standing outside the store Aug. 21 demanding to get in 47 minutes after it had closed.
The reason? One of the children had left a Winnie the Pooh stuffed bear behind.
Within 10 minutes, an officer responded and all parties agreed the child should be reunited with the stuffed animal.