No waterproof alibi for her distraught husband in a flooded hotel: Orange Police Blotter


Vandalism: Orange Place

Police were looking for a Garfield Heights man, 35, charged with causing $ 8,000 in damage after flooding two suites at Extended Stay South on the night of September 24. Dispatchers first received a call around 7:45 p.m. from his wife, who was asking for an escort to remove her belongings from their room on the second floor after the two had an argument in Lorain and were now separating – without incident at this time. moment.

But when a hotel worker returned to close her room around 8:25 p.m., she was greeted at the door by the husband, who said he was not finished yet. At 9:12 p.m., Orange Village firefighters returned to the hotel on a report of water passing through the ceiling of the suite just below.

Upstairs, the door was somehow barricaded, forcing the firefighters to go through it. They found that all the taps were working and all the drains were clogged. The hotel lock interrogation system showed someone had entered twice with a room key after police cleared the premises around 8 p.m.

Extensive water damage was caused to the carpet and walls of both suites, as well as to the ceiling on the first floor. The upstairs lamp, television, and HVAC system were all destroyed and management filed felony charges as a result.

Domestic violence, carrying a concealed weapon, illegal possession of a firearm in premises authorized for alcohol, possession of weapons with a disability, concealment, temporary protection order: Park Avenue

An officer working at Pinecrest responded to a call from Condado Tacos around 9 p.m. on September 21, after a man threw a mason jar at his girlfriend, punching her in the face.

Police met with the manager, who asked staff to escort the victim to safety in a restroom, as well as an 11-year-old girl identified as the couple’s daughter, who was celebrating an upcoming birthday. The mother said the suspect received a phone call that upset him and arguments followed, first with the waitress and then with her.

Firefighters checked her injuries and she said her boyfriend had been arrested for domestic violence in the past and feared for his safety, which led to her requesting and being granted a TPO.

Police quickly arrested the Garfield Heights man, 37, outside, finding a 9mm magazine with eight bullets on him. Security check video showed him placing an object in the wheel arch of a parked car, where police recovered a Taurus PT-111 Millennium G2 9mm handgun listed as stolen in Warrensville Heights.

When police took him to Bedford Prison on at least five felony counts, asked why he brought the gun into the liquor store, he said it was to protect himself .

Departmental information, lost property: Salt Lake Circle

A resident reported on September 24 that just over a month earlier, she had ordered a $ 10,500 sectional sofa from a modular furniture maker based in Stanford, Connecticut with an outlet in Lyndhurst .

Between August 26 and September 17, she received 27 boxes with different parts, but when installing the sofa, they found that a sofa seat, worth $ 575, was missing. The company told him to file a police report for the missing item. Attempts by an agent to contact customer service within an hour were unsuccessful.

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