The Cleveland Police Department reported the following incidentsfrom Sept. 28 to Oct. 3.
Incidents: Sept. 28
• Police conducted a traffic stop at 10:35 p.m. in the 100 blockof Boston St. When stopped, two occupants ran from the vehicle andfled the scene. a man arrived at the location and informed policethat his vehicle had been stolen approximately 30 minutes earlierat the Love’s Truck Stop. Three men were identified as suspectsthat stole the vehicle.
• Police responded to a reckless driving call at 1:07 p.m. A26-year-old, white, male suspect was arrested for driving whilelicense suspended.
• Police responded to a telephone harassment call at 8:19 a.m.at the Cleveland Wal-Mart.
• Police responded at 8:15 p.m. to a hit and run at theintersection of Boothe St. and San Jacinto Ave. the suspect,driving a white pickup truck, ran through a stop sign and struckthe complainant’s vehicle in the driver side rear quarterpanel.
• Police responded to an assault call at 10:50 a.m. thatoccurred at the Twice as Ice ice machine business located on theSouthwest corner of E. Houston and Fenner St.
• Police responded to a prohibited tattoo for a person under 18call at 3:38 p.m. which occurred in the 100 block of W. Lincoln. Afather reported that someone had given his son a tattoo and his sonwas less than 18 years old.
• Police responded to a disturbance call at 11:35 p.m. a malesuspect was located in the roadway intoxicated and wasarrested.
• Police responded to a harassment call at approximately 9:22a.m.
• an officer conducted a traffic stop at 7:45 a.m. in the 300block of Ft. Worth. the officer noticed that the child in thevehicle was not wearing a safety restraint. the driver was arrestedfor driving while license invalid second offense.
• Police responded to a theft call in the 100 block of S.College Ave. a 48-year-old, black, female, suspect was arrested forstealing a wallet that contained cash and various identitydocuments such as a driver’s license, Social Security card andvarious credit cards.
• Police responded to a lost or stolen wallet call at 4:16 p.m.at Wal-Mart.
• Police responded to a criminal mischief call at 9:24 a.m. inthe 1000 block of FM 2025. the complainant reported that theirconstruction equipment was vandalized and that dirt was placed inthe fuel tank causing approximately $750 in damages.
• Police responded to a theft call at 3:45 p.m. at Wal-Mart. A39-year-old, white, male, suspect from Dayton, was arrested forstealing a battery charger and four brass padlocks.
• Police responded to an assault family violence call in the 600block of Boston Circle. a 22-year-old, black, male suspect wasarrested.
• Police responded to a theft call at Wal-Mart. a 17-year-old,white, male from Bridge City was arrested for stealing Trojancondoms valued at $6.
• Police conducted a traffic stop in the 500 block of N. Fennerat 12:05 a.m. the driver of the vehicle, a 22-year-old, white, malefled the scene evading arrest.
• Police responded to a vehicle hit and run at Wal-Mart.
• Police responded to a burglary of a motor vehicle call atWal-Mart. two archery bows and a pair of binoculars were stolenvalued at $2,150.
• Police responded to a theft call at Wal-Mart at 8:07 p.m. Amale and female suspects were arrested for stealing clothes.
• Police responded to a burglary of a motor vehicle call in the200 block of Elm St. Unknown suspects stole a Garmin GPS devicevalued at $170.
• Police arrested a suspect in the 600 block of Anglin St. forpossession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia.
• Police responded to a burglary of a motor vehicle call at theCash America Pawn Shop located at 505 S. Washington Ave. Thein-dash CD player was stolen from the vehicle. Unknown suspectsalso stole a digital camera valued at $150 and two purses thatcontained money, credit cards and identity documents such asdriver’s licenses and Social Security cards.
• Police responded to an illegal alligator sale at FM 1725 atthe BNSF Railway crossing. a 31-year-old, white, male, suspect wastrying to sell a live alligator and was issued a citation forpossession of an alligator without a permit. the young alligatorwas taken into custody and later released to the Texas Parks andWildlife Department.
• Police responded to a burglary of a building call at theSecond Chance Resale shop located at 123 N. San Jacinto Ave.Unknown suspects stole two 42-inch LCD flat screen televisionsvalued at $2,400; several DVD and CD players valued at $900; two19-inch televisions valued at $200; a jar of coins filled withapproximately $30 worth of coins and a stereo system valued at$1,500.
• Police responded at 9:14 a.m. to a burglary of a building callat a cut Above Hair Designs located at 709 S. Washington. a digitalcash register valued at $350 and $150 in cash were stolen.