Creepy: Someone is Watching Woman at Giant Eagle: The Blotter
The following information was provided by the Twinsburg Police Department. An arrest does not mean a conviction.
One woman's grocery trip turned frightening fast.
A female Giant Eagle customer got a call on her cell phone on June 18 from someone who claimed they were watching her from the parking lot.
The employee who called police said the woman was part of a scam as she was going to wire money in the store.
Police searched but didn't find any suspicious cars in the parking lot.
Fake money is a "faux" pas
On June 18, a manager at the McDonald's on East Aurora Road called police, saying the store accepted counterfeit money the day before.
Seven counterfeit twenty-dollar bills were taken in by an unknown number of employees during the 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. shift.
Assault by a juvenile
Police were called to a Lost Pond Drive home on June 19 for an assault.
Officers talked with everyone involved the the suspect, a juvenile, was referred to a juvenile diversion program.
Keep a chain on that thing
An employee of a Darrow Road business called police on June 20 after someone took $200 from her wallet, which was left unattended.
Police have no suspects.