Counterfeit $20 bills used for drug store purchases: Parma Police Blotter


PARMA, Ohio

Counterfeiting, State Road: On April 25, police were dispatched to Rite Aid after an employee realized customers used fake $20 bills to buy merchandise from the State Road store.

An arriving officer talked to the employee, who said two men used counterfeit $20 bills to make a purchase. Police are investigating.

Attempted burglary, Forest Avenue: On April 23, police were dispatched to a Forest Avenue residence when the homeowner discovered an unknown male attempted to enter the home.

Police are investigating.

False alarms, Warwick Avenue: On April 23, police discovered a Warwick Avenue resident was responsible for calling in false reports.

The caller was charged with making false alarms.

Shoplifting, W. Ridgewood Drive: On April 24, a Walmart employee observed a man and woman steal merchandise from the W. Ridgewood Drive store.

An arriving officer was unable to locate the shoplifting duo. Police are investigating.

Identity theft, Jo Ann Drive: On April 24, a Jo Ann Drive resident discovered money was missing from his bank account.

An arriving officer talked to the man, who said he had no idea who was responsible. Police are investigating.

Stolen property, Ridge Road: On April 25, police observed a vehicle reported stolen on Ridge Road.

The juvenile female driver was arrested for receiving stolen property.

Breaking and entering, Day Drive: On April 25, a Day Drive resident called police after discovering property was removed from his storage locker.

There are no suspects. Police are investigating.



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