First responders were called out to 213 incidents the day before Thanksgiving.
7:28 am – A 14-year-old was arrested and dropped off at family court after his parents called to report that he stole their vehicle overnight and smashed it somewhere.
8:42 am – Police went out to help a person on Mafalda Drive. A child was locked in a vehicle. The car was running but the auto starter shut off.
11:04 am – Officers were called to Union Road Elementary. A marijuana pipe was found in a preschooler’s bag and they needed it to be properly disposed of. CPS was already contacted by school officials.
2:50 pm – One person was taken to St. Joes after a three-car crash on the 33. This was the first of four separate crashes over the span of an hour on the Kensington Expressway.
3:13 pm – Cleveland Hill firefighters were called to check out a fire alarm on Highview Road. It turned out it was set off by a broken turkey bag in the oven.
6:39 pm – A person was taken to ECMC after a crash on the I-90.
9:20 pm – A mother called 911 to say her son was swearing and yelling. She wanted him to leave her Raymond Avenue home. She was advised of eviction procedures by officers.
Property damage crashes: 13
Warrants served: 7
DMV violation arrests: 1
Narcotics arrests: 1
Walmart shoplifting arrests: 1
Snow Ban Tags: 50
Mental health interactions: 4
Domestic incidents: 5
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