A disgruntled dog growls at everyone: Russell Township Police Blotter

TOWNSHIP OF RUSSELL, Ohio

Wild animal: Fox Run

Police were called to a home at 11.49am on April 15 where a grumpy pit bull was hanging out in a woman’s yard. She didn’t know where the dog came from or who owned it.

The responding officer attempted to approach it, but the dog growled and behaved aggressively whenever someone approached it.

The Geauga County dog ​​sitter responded to the scene and managed to retrieve the dog, identify the owner and return him to his home in Moreland Hills.

Suspect: Chillicothe Road

A gas station employee reported a suspicious customer at 3:16 p.m. on April 11. A man and a woman kept getting in and out of a vehicle at gas pumps. The man walked into the store to buy a drink and said something about his girlfriend beating him up.

He asked how to get to a body shop in Bainbridge Township. He appeared unharmed, but under the influence of an unknown substance.

When he returned to the vehicle, the woman did not want him to drive. The man motioned for the employee to call the police. The couple left before the police arrived.

The responding officer asked a dispatcher to alert Bainbridge Township Police to the suspect vehicle and request a wellness check at the body shop.

Object found: Chillicothe Road

A man reported at 9:15 a.m. on April 15 that he lost his wallet in the back of his truck while driving from Auburn Township. The black leather wallet held credit cards and cash.

Fireworks Complaint: Kinsman Road

An officer arrived at 9:11 p.m. on April 16 at a location near Hill Drive where someone was setting off fireworks. The fireworks had stopped and the agent was unable to locate the source of the problem.

Alarm: Harmony Falls

An owner tested his alarm system several times on April 17 and the patience of the police, who responded to each of the calls.

The owner said he was testing the alarm codes to make sure they were correct. The officer told him it was working and to report the alarm only in the event of a real emergency.

Suspect: Clarion Drive

After arriving home at 10:46 p.m. on April 17 and finding her front door unlocked, a woman called the police. She said she had been out since about 5:30 p.m.

The police checked the house and the complainant took a guided tour, finding that everything was in order.

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