Special attention: Beta Drive
Two employees of an electric business said Sept. 7 that an ex-employee keeps coming to the business and circling the parking lot because he believes they owe him money.
They did not feel they owed him any money and felt intimated by him.
Officers contacted the Mentor man, 74, and advised him to handle the matter in civil court if he felt money was owed to him. They also warned him that he could be charged with trespassing if he continued to come to the property.
Assault: Wilson Mills Road
Two students got into a fight at the high school Sept. 8, but neither were injured.
The school is handling the discipline of the two Highland Heights boy, 14 and 15.
Officers responded at 11:15 p.m. Sept. 8 to a report of loud yelling and music and coming from an unknown residence.
They located a party at a home and advised the homeowner of the complaint.
Several guests went into the home to help keep the noise down.
Animal at large: Oakwood Drive
A pit-bull was seen in a resident’s yard dragging its leash Sept. 9.
Its owner subsequently came to the property to retrieve the dog and was warned for dogs at large by responding officers.
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