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Bottle Smashing & Stolen Sex Toys: Best of the Blotter

Here are some of the weirdest police reports from departments across the region

Here are this week's most bizarre police calls, reports and charges. All information was provided by police reports from departments in Patch communities. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Bottle to the face — A Broadview Heights woman admitted to taking matters — and a beer bottle — into her own hands on July 4 at Sassy's Bar & Grill in Twinsburg.

Sallia Martin said she in another patron's face after the victim and friends laughed at someone in her group. The men had laughed at way the girlfriend of Martin's grandfather danced at the bar.

Martin, 19, was charged with felonious assault and underage consumption. Her grandfather's girlfriend was also charged with providing alcoholic drinks to an underage person. Sassy's could also face charges for a role in Martin's underage drinking.

That's my cab — A Beachwood man grew aggravated after learning that two people would receive taxi service from Solon Panini's before him. The 34-year-old took his anger out on a set of lights outside the restaurant, leading to his arrest.

The cab company agreed to pick him up at 3 a.m., but he damaged the lights around 2 a.m. when he saw two people getting into a cab. He faces a criminal damaging charge.

Scratch-off suspect — A Stow man spent his morning snatching scratch-off lottery tickets from a on July 5.

Officers watched surveillance video that showed the man from behind the counter just before 8 a.m.

Police seized the man, who had a "Carpe Diem" tattoo on his arm, before the man could seize the day. He faces a first-degree misdemeanor theft charge.

Lewd in Lakewood — Lakewood Police on July 3 and 4 responded to a pair of incidents involving people who didn't mind exposing themselves.

First, officers a Detroit Avenue business at 5:30 a.m. on July 3. One reportedly urinated from the roof.

Police then received a call around 12:15 a.m. on July 4 about a couple laying in the middle of Halstead Avenue completely nude. The man and woman were gone by the time police arrived.

Sex toys stolen — charged an 18-year-old Akron teen with theft for casually into his backpack on June 29 at .

Security officers said the man walked into Spencer's Gifts and removed a toy from its box, placing into his bag.

He returned later and repeated the act with another toy. Security stopped him this time and took the items back. They were valued at $34.

Pamila Paynes July 15, 2012 at 06:25 PM
seems that way.. at least we get a good laugh.. http://pamilapaynes.com/
Allana G. July 15, 2012 at 11:36 PM
Umm a tabloid would be reporting on alien sightings not the real idiotic things that people do. It isn't sensationalizing anything just reporting the facts from the POLICE blotter! If this is too low brow for you then by all means don't read it! But it can't possibly be too low brow for someone who apparently hasn't grasped the correct concept of a tabloid or tabloid reporting.
Kim L July 15, 2012 at 11:40 PM
Well Allana im sure those police reports are normal happenings in cleveland hts but this is "alien" behavior in the suburbs
Melanie Capaldi July 16, 2012 at 02:47 AM
Ummm, Kim L., I'm a little confused. Neither one of those happenings occurred in Cleveland Heights (which is a suburb, an inner-ring suburb, but a suburb nonetheless.) One was in Lakewood, different side of Cuyahoga County, and the other one in Fairlawn.... another suburb.... many would argue a nicer suburb than Cuyahoga Falls. Anyways, there is nothing tabloid-like by reporting from the police blotter.
Jean Williams July 16, 2012 at 03:01 AM
yea that seemed a little snotty to me also

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