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Call & Post Police Blotter for the week of 7/31/13

BOB FERGUSON | 7/31/2013, midnight
Crime of the week: Cleveland, Ohio -- A DRUNKEN SCOUNDREL IS BEATING UP HIS STEP MOMMA ON EAST 149TH: Help! ...
Police blotter reports from across Ohio

Two brothers are arguing over which one is the biggest dope addict: At 8:18 p.m., on July 27, a third party relative on East 131st and Maplerow Avenue called and reported that two dope addict brothers, Patrick and his brother Gary, were arguing and getting ready to fight after each one accused the other of being the bigger heroin addict. The caller said that the police had been called earlier because Gary had jumped on Pat and kicked his butt, and now he’s back starting some more mess. A car was sent out to tell these chumps to chill out and tell both of them need to seek some kind of treatment in a drug rehab program.

Calling all cars! There’s a huge fight at Voinovich Park on East 9th: At 8:24 p.m., on July 27, the first call went out for all available cars to respond to Voinovich Park on East 9th because there is a huge bunch fighting like they are wild animals. The clowns are all out in the street blocking traffic and disturbing others who are downtown just trying to have a good time. Several cars responded to the huge Malay before it turned into a riot. Cars were sent from everywhere.

Kayla needs an officer escort to help get his stuff back: On July 27, at 8:23 p.m., a distraught fella, named Kayla, called from the Dairy Mart parking lot of Fulton Road and asked if he could an officer to go with him to get his stuff from a house because he didn’t want any trouble out of this nut and that the chick had stabbed him last Wednesday, the 24th. Mr. “K” said that he’ll be waiting in a lil blue Ford in the parking lot. A car was sent out to assist Mr. “K” and help him recover his property.

Grandson called his momma and told that Papa whipped his behind: Although the facts are unclear, one thing for sure is that some grandparents just don’t allow their grandkids to mouth off at them. On July 27, at 8:19 p.m., a very upset mother of a 12-year-old boy called police from out of town, telling them to go to a house in the 1700 block of Cliffview Road because the grandfather had just assaulted her 12- year-old son. A car was sent out to see why this ol’ school grandpa had not spared the rod.

Ain’t it against the law for the damn neighbor to video tape our house: At 8:35 p.m., on July 27, there was a big hullabaloo about the nosey ol’ woman who lives across the street who was video tapping the goings on at the other neighbor’s house and their activities. Because there is seemingly an ongoing ruckus between these two families, feuding like the Hatfield’s and McCoy’s, an officer advised the both residents “if we have to come back out here again, somebody’s ‘A’ is going to jail.” Ya’ll cut the dumb stuff because it cost the taxpayers money every time a patrol car is sent out about some bull crap.