Friday, January 25, 2013
The information in this report is from the Solon Police. An arrest does not mean a conviction.
A carpet cleaner with Stanley Steamer was arrested and charged with felony theft after Solon Police say he stole expensive jewelry from a customer's home on Spicebush Lane. Tylor Carman, 20, of North Ridgeville, was arrested and charged with theft, according to a police report. On Jan. 23, a 50-year-old Solon woman reported that she was missing jewelry after two Stanley Steamer workers had been in her home cleaning the carpet. The jewelry, valued at $3,120, was found in the company work van. It was returned to the owner.
Sunday, May 6, 2012
The arrest information in this report is from the Solon Police. An arrest does not mean a conviction.
A 27-year-old house cleaner was arrested and charged with theft after Solon Police say she stole more than $12,000 worth of jewelry from a home. Megan Mullins, 27, of Ravenna, is charged with theft. According to a police report, Mullins is accused of taking the jewelry while on the job at a Shadowbrook Drive home. Police say Mullins took the jewelry to an exchange, where she sold much of it. The jewelry she couldn't sell she threw out the window of her car in Ravenna, according to the police report.
Saturday, April 7, 2012
The information in this report is from the Solon Police.
A 65-year-old Solon woman said that $12,000 worth of jewelry is missing from her Shadowbrook Drive home. The woman told Solon Police that several gold earrings, gold rings with diamonds and other jewelry was missing from her dresser in an upstairs bedroom. There was no signs that anyone broke into the home. The woman told police that a cleaning company comes into her home weekly, and that she leaves the door unlocked for them. Solon detectives are investinging.
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
The information in this report is from the Solon Police Department
A Wexford Drive resident reported more than $17,000 worth of jewelry was stolen from his home some time between Aug. 11 and Sept. 6, according to the Solon Police Department. A gold diamond necklace, valued at $15,000, and a gold bangle bracelet, valued at $2,000, were taken, along with a couple silver bangles of unknown value. The homeowners suspect workers who were in and out of the house in that time span, according to police. The case has been sent to the detective bureau for further investigation.
Thursday, June 9, 2011
The following information was supplied by the Solon police department. It does not indicate a conviction
A 30-year-old Bedford man was arrested and charged with felony theft after Solon police say he ran from Marc's with jewelry in his hands – and left his wife and three kids behind. Charged in the May 31 theft was Michael Joseph Russe, 30, of Bedford. Marc's is located at 6231 Som Center Road. According to the police report, a man and his family were browsing at Marc's jewelry counter when police say the man grabbed two gold necklaces worth about $2,257, ran from the store and drove off in the family car. The store clerk told police that the wife looked surprised, and took her to the Pet Supplies Plus store next door to call for a ride home. She later told police she didn't know her husband, according to the report. The man was arrested by …
Friday, March 11, 2011
Two men arrested early this morning after police responded to an alarm at Hayes Jewelry
Two men were arrested today and charged with robbing a jewelry story after leading Solon police on a chase into Bedford, according to a news release. Gregory Clark, 47, of South Euclid was charged with breaking and entering, grand theft, fleeing and eluding, operating a vehicle under the influence, operating a vehicle under suspension and other driving offenses. Rhonda M. Jones, 48, of Bedford Heights, was also charged with wrongful entrustment. Solon Officers Steven Rose and Robert Soltis responded to an alarm at Michael Hayes Jewelry at 28200 Miles Road at about 2:46 a.m. There, they discovered evidence that the business was broken into and followed a set of footprints and tire tracks, which led the officers to a car driving south on …
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
The wedding and engagement ring are worth $18,860
When a Solon woman dropped off her wedding and engagement rings at a jewelry store to be resized, she probably didn't expect them to end up in the hands of a thief. Solon Police are investigating the Jan. 15 theft of the woman's jewelry, worth $18,860, from Michael W. Hayes Jewelers at 28200 Miles Road. According to the police report, a man walked into the jewelry store to sell jewelry. Hayes went into the back to get cash to pay the man for the sale. Hayes paid the man, who left the store at about 5:30 p.m. Only then did Hayes notice that an envelope holding the woman's rings was missing, according to the police report. Police have no suspects right now — the man did not provide any identification during the jewelry sale — and the …