Vandalism, thefts investigated
by By GREG KAYLOR Banner Staff Writer
Mar 22, 2012 | 942 views | 0 0 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Police received a call from Advantage Logistics reporting vandalism discovered Monday at the business, located at 304 Industrial Way.

According to a report filed by Cleveland Police officer Daniel Leamon, two semi trailers were parked on the lot at a Barney’s Lane parking spot.

Jerry Stevenson said sometime during the weekend, someone used spray paint to vandalize the trailers.

The scene was documented after he began his initial investigation, according to Leamon.

Damage to the trailers was assessed at $200.

Investigation is continuing.

n Shopping carts were reported missing from CVS Pharmacy, located on Keith Street.

According to a report filed by officer Charles Burke of the Cleveland Police Department, shift supervisor Neva Chase said approximately 12 shopping carts have gone missing since October, with three of the carts taken Sunday.

The carts were described as being red and gray in color. The carts were valued at $2,000.

Investigation has been turned over to CPD’s Criminal Investigations Division.

n A number of items were taken from a home on Westside Drive recently, including cash and personal items.

Grady Parris said he had let a person spend the night at his house and he then left for work. When he returned that evening, a Campbell-Hausfield air compressor, boots, a leather jacket, clothing, a digital camera, an electric razor and a small amount of cash were missing.

The person who spent the night at Parris’ home was named as the suspect in the case. The missing items were valued at approximately $1,500.

Detective Steve Ross is in charge of the investigation.