Cleveland Police are investigating a reported break-in at a Spring Meadow Lane apartment.
According to a report filed by officer Julius Porter, Keith Maroz said someone entered his home and took two packs of cigarettes, a cellphone, his wallet and prescription drugs.
The incident reportedly occurred Friday evening.
Maroz told the officer he had been asleep when the burglary occurred.
Maroz also indicated his debit card had shown some activity due to a transaction not made by him.
According to the report, the missing items were valued at $228.
Investigation has been turned over to the Criminal Investigations Division at the Cleveland Police Department.
Detective Walter Mitchel is in charge of the investigation.
- Officer Josh Nix of the Cleveland Police Department filed a report about a missing radio.
Michael Jacobs said someone entered his vehicle while it was parked at his Mapleton Drive address and took an XM radio.
Jacobs was awakened by his alarm clock at 4 a.m. He stated in the report that he looked out of his window to see if it was wet because he had his Jeep covered with a tarp.
Jacobs told the officer he saw a computer monitor sitting at the end of his driveway.
When he went outside, Jacobs noticed the tarp covering his Jeep had been disturbed. That was when he checked inside the Jeep and discovered the radio missing, according to the report.
The computer monitor was recovered from the scene and placed into evidence to be fingerprinted, according to Nix.
The XM radio was valued at $150.
- A firearm was reported missing last week to the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office.
According to a report filed by deputy Robert O’Daniel, he spoke with Bonnie L. Hayes who said the RSA .38-caliber handgun was taken from her home where she had it stored. Several other firearms inside the residence had not been disturbed, according to Hayes.
Serial numbers were obtained and entered into the National Crime Information Center computer database.
The firearm was valued at $300.