A grandmother from Euclid called Mayfield Heights Police after midnight Friday with concerns about her apparently suicidal 14-year-old granddaughter. The girl had called to say that she would ingest "a bunch of pills" to kill herself if she had to continue staying with her mother at an apartment on Marsol Road. The responding officer eventually went to the apartment and explained to the girl that she must abide by her mother's rules as long as she is a juvenile. The girl said she only mentioned taking pills as a ploy to get her grandmother to pick her up.
A Chagrin Falls man contacted Mayfield Heights Police Thursday after a heated traffic dispute in front of Eastgate Plaza. He had been driving with an acquaintance, who had left the scene by the time officers arrived. A dent was found on a rear door. The driver declined to file a report, settling for legal advice.
A man from Belrose Road called police at 4:24 p.m. Thursday to report a forced burglary into a bedroom window of his residence. He had no idea who did it, but he noticed several items of his were missing.
A woman called police Thursday morning when she noticed what she believed to be a bag of marijuana laying on the walkway in front of one of the Marsol apartment buildings. A responding officer said the bag contained several marijuana seeds. The bag was returned to the station and the seeds were destroyed.
A woman called Mayfield Heights Police Thursday morning from Giant Eagle regarding a suspicious man who had been following her car. She said the driver of a pickup truck had followed her since the intersection of Richmond and Monticello roads in Richmond Heights. As she pulled into the grocery store parking lot, the man in the truck pulled up behind her and got out of his car. He confronted her about her driving and threatened to call the police himself. The woman said the man left after the confrontation, heading east on Mayfield Road. Officers were unable to locate his truck.