Bowl of Foreign Drug Punch at Fellowship Party; Pit-bull-lab attack Doberman-Great Dane: Berea police blotter
BEREA, Ohio –
Suspicion: Eastland Road
A man from Wooster, 19, called police around 11 p.m. on October 30 and said a bowl of punch was drugged at a fraternity house party in Eastland.
A witness saw an unidentified man dissolving powder in the punch bowl. The party host did not know everyone at the party.
When the host heard that someone had mixed powder into the punch, he told everyone what had happened and threw the punch in the garden.
The host said about 40 or 50 people drank from the punch bowl, but no one experienced an adverse reaction except one person who vomited. He said she was “light” when it came to drinking alcohol.
The police have identified and located the person who vomited. She said she was feeling better and did not need medical attention.
Police have asked the host and witnesses to call if they find out anything more about the incident.
Wild animal: Stonefield Drive
A pit bull-chocolate Labrador retriever mix attacked a Doberman pinscher-Great Dane mix around 7:45 a.m. on October 27 at Stonefield.
The owner of the Doberman-Great Dane was walking his dog at the time. The Pit Bull Lab owner accidentally let his dog escape his house through an open garage door.
The Pit Bull-Lab bit the Doberman-Great Dane several times and then grabbed onto the dog’s neck. A neighbor ran outside and picked up the Pit Bull Lab while the owner of the Doberman-Great Dane opened the Pit Bull Lab’s mouth.
The owner of the Doberman-Great Dane then returned the Pit Bull-Lab to its owner. He told police the Pit Bull Lab also attacked his dog in August after he pierced a screen on the front door.
The pit bull lab owner said she adopted the dog in May. She said she was aware of his occasional aggression towards other dogs and tried to train him, but nothing worked.
The owner of the Doberman-Great Dane said his dog did not appear to have any puncture wounds, but added that he could take the animal for an exam. Police told the owner of the Pit Bull Lab that they could face charges.
Criminal Investigation: Front Street
A 39-year-old Cleveland man wanted by Cleveland Police was arrested around 9 a.m. on October 30.
Police stopped the man’s Honda CR-V sport utility vehicle because it was traveling at 35 mph on Front near North Rocky River Drive, a 25 mph zone. He told the police that he did not have a driver’s license. The man’s SUV license plate belonged to a 2007 Jeep.
Criminal investigation: boulevard Christine
A Cleveland woman, 41, was cited around 2 p.m. on October 28 after police saw her driving a Ford Fusion very slowly on Sheldon Road.
Police checked the woman’s registration number and learned that she was wanted in Geauga County. They stopped the Fusion after she turned to Christene.
In the woman’s purse, police found marijuana candy and a folded dollar bill containing a small bag of white powder. She said the powder was probably cocaine.
The woman’s passenger, a 36-year-old woman from Cleveland, was wanted by Cleveland Metroparks. Police found marijuana in her purse.
Law enforcement in Geauga County and the Cleveland Metroparks have said they do not want the women arrested and have asked Berea Police to inform them of their warrants, in the hope that they will stand by. would return. Police told the older woman she would face charges if White Powder tested positive for cocaine.
Money Order Served: Ohio 237
A Cleveland man, 22, was arrested around 2:30 a.m. on November 2 after learning he was wanted in Cleveland.
Police stopped the man’s Honda Civic on 237 after seeing it stopped at a green light on Mulberry Street. They found two bags of marijuana, a digital scale with marijuana residue and a glass pipe in the man’s car.
Driving under suspension: Front Street
A Cleveland man, 26, was cited after police caught him driving with a suspended license around 8:30 a.m. on November 2.
Police stopped the man’s Cadillac sedan after seeing it speeding down Front near a Valero gas station. They smelled marijuana in his car and noticed a jerk of marijuana on his knees. Police found a few hundred dollars in the man’s two trouser pockets.