Drunk Steelers fan with credit card woes sleeps in the hotel lobby: Strongsville Police Blotter

STRONGSVILLE, Ohio

Suspicious situation, Royalton Road: On Nov. 9, a Royalton Road hotel employee observed a drunk woman wearing a Pittsburgh Steelers jersey and jean shorts, as well as holding an open beer, sleeping in the lobby.

An arriving officer talked to the woman, who it turned out earlier in the evening had been dropped off by the Middleburg Heights Police Department to the hotel.

When her credit card was declined, the woman passed out in the lobby. She was advised to leave the premises.

Assault assistance, Royalton Road: On Nov. 9, a Cleveland resident came to the police station seeking some advice and assistance regarding an assault that took place outside of Strongsville.

Lost wallet, Pearl Road: On Nov. 9, a Strongsville resident came to the police station to report she lost her wallet while shopping at Walmart on Pearl Road.

The woman thinks the wallet came out in the shopping cart when she went to the parking lot.

Property theft, Ordner Drive: On Nov. 9. an Ordner Drive resident called police after discovering at some point in the last week someone entered her detached garage and stole various items.

The woman said she was missing a leaf blower and small air compressor. The resident also questioned whether her son took the items.

The officer provided the woman with advice on how to better secure the garage door.

Suspicious situation, Fetzer Drive: On Nov. 9, a Fetzer Drive resident called police regarding a go-kart and dirt bike driving up and down the street.

An arriving officer was unable to find the suspects.

Suspicious situation, Ordner Drive: On Nov. 9, an Ordner Drive resident called police about a suspicious package — that she didn’t order — left next to her mailbox.

The woman said the package, which didn’t have a name or address, was making her “nervous.”

She asked if an officer could move the package. The resident also noted she was hearing “banging” coming from a nearby neighborhood.

An arriving officer located the package and a nearby sticker containing the woman’s name and address.

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