Two elderly woman have wallets stolen in separate incidents at same store: Solon police blotter

Theft, S.O.M. Center Road: At 3:05 p.m. Feb. 1, an 83-year-old Hiram woman was shopping at Marc's, 6231 S.O.M. Center Road, when she was approached by a woman who started asking about grocery items. The elderly woman was uncomfortable about the questioning...

Two elderly woman have wallets stolen in separate incidents at same store: Solon police blotter

Theft, S.O.M. Center Road: At 3:05 p.m. Feb. 1, an 83-year-old Hiram woman was shopping at Marc's, 6231 S.O.M. Center Road, when she was approached by a woman who started asking about grocery items. The elderly woman was uncomfortable about the questioning and about the woman's physical closeness to her.

Later, at the checkout line, the elderly women found that her wallet was missing. She paid her bill in cash, but soon after learned that her credit card had already been used at the Walmart in Macedonia. In addition, there were two unsuccessful attempts to use the credit card at the Walmart in Streetsboro.

Theft, S.O.M. Center Road: At 11:20 a.m. Feb. 8, a Solon woman, 86, reported that her wallet had been stolen Feb. 4 while shopping at Marc's. The woman initially thought she had left the wallet at home.

It was later discovered that a credit card that had been inside the wallet had been used at Walmart in Bainbridge, and Kohl's in Highland Heights. The detective bureau is investigating.

OVI, US 422: At 1 p.m. Feb. 2, an officer stopped a car driven by a Cleveland man, 25, due to a lane violation. During the traffic stop, the officer smelled the odor of burnt marijuana coming from inside the car and saw a marijuana pipe on the car's center console. The driver admitted to smoking marijuana 15 minutes earlier.

Police charged the man with OVI, failure to drive in marked lanes, and improper display of license plates.

Burglary, Solon Road: At 3:05 p.m. Feb. 2, a man returned home after being away for five hours to find that someone had kicked in the house's rear door. The burglar went on to steal $1,200 in cash, an automatic knife and a TV.

Breaking and entering, Enterprise Parkway: At 8:50 a.m. Feb. 3, a manager at Solon Cinemas, 6185 Enterprise Parkway, reported for work and found that someone had ripped from the wall the theater's alarm panel, and forced open the outer door of the ATM. The thief could not get to the cash inside the ATM.

Surveillance video shows the burglar forcing entry through a front door of the cinema. Nothing was stolen. Police are investigating.

Telecommunications fraud, Liberty Road: At 8:50 p.m. Feb. 2, a man, 44, reported that he had received an email the previous day from a party claiming to be from Bank of America advising him that his account had been locked. The email stated that the man had to verify account information, which he did.

The man later learned that it was a scam to obtain his personal information.

On Feb. 7, a Sherbrook Park Drive resident, 37, reported being a victim of the same type of scam, this time from a fake representative of Chase Bank.

OVI, Harper Road: At 10:15 p.m. Feb. 3, police stopped a car that was being driven without illuminated lights. Police found evidence that the driver, a Cleveland man, 36, was under the influence of alcohol and marijuana.

The man refused to take a breathe test. He was charged with OVI, driving under suspension, not wearing a seat belt, no headlights and possession of marijuana.

Theft, Aurora Road: At 2:15 p.m. Feb. 4, a Twinsburg woman, 55, reported that she left the day before her Kindle on the treadmill while at Planet Fitness, 33605 Aurora Road.

Police reviewed surveillance footage and found that the Kindle, valued at $150, was taken by a Twinsburg man, 24. The Kindle was returned to its owner and the man charged with theft.

Domestic violence, Park East Drive: At 7:15 p.m. Feb. 6, police were called to the Park East Apartments, 34760 Park East Drive, where a man, 52, reported that his stepdaughter had attempted to assault his fiance. The man intervened and his stepdaughter struck him several times in the face.

The stepdaughter, a Solon woman, 25, was arrested and charged with domestic violence.

Theft, Aurora Road: At 12:50 p.m. Feb. 7, police responded to Market District, 34310 Aurora Road, on a call that a shoplifter was in custody.

Store loss prevention witnessed a Glenwillow woman, 52, place several goods into a shopping bag then try to leave the store without paying. The woman was cited for theft.

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