Aggravated robbery, Kruse Drive: At 9:05 p.m. April 19, an employee of Ulta Beauty, 6025 Kruse Drive, was locking the store's door at the end of the business day when someone pulled the door open and pointed a gun in her face. The suspect, believed to be a heavyset woman with a mask over the lower part of her face, demanded cash from the register.
Theft, Davis Industrial Parkway: At 2:35 p.m. April 10, the manager of Davis Automotive/BMW, 6565 Davis Industrial Parkway, reported that a 2012 BMW 550xi, valued at $28,450, was missing from the lot. The car had been purchased by the dealer at auction in January.
Along with several other pieces of legislation introduced this month, City Council is set to give final reading Monday on a 20-year, $5.4 million energy efficiency contract. City Manager Tanisha Briley said that the roughly $2 million in additional interest payments will be covered through the energy savings on utility bills over the ensuing years.
With additional jobs coming to town, Nestle USA has also brought a request for 371 additional parking spaces, along with a new truck access lane off Cannon Road. The City Planning Commission was scheduled to hear the request Wednesday "to address the concerns of adjacent property owners while still meeting the logistical requirements of the company."
Enzymatic degradation of chitin has attracted substantial attention because chitin is an abundant renewable natural resource, second only to lignocellulose, and because of the promising applications of N-acetylglucosamine in the bioethanol, food and pharmaceutical industries. However, the low activity and poor tolerance to salts and N-acetylglucosamine of most reported AZA2-N-acetylglucosaminidases limit their applications.
Alec McClennan grew up in Chagrin Falls and enjoyed outdoor activities that took place on grassy lawns, including playing football. As an adult he became concerned about the effects the chemicals used on those lawns to control weeds and bugs could have on children, pets and adults.
Road Rage, Crackel Road: A man reported the driver of another vehicle 'went loco' 6:33 p.m. April 2,pulled around him and stopped. A man in his 50s got out and started screaming and punched the caller's windshield before getting back in his vehicle and driving away.
Theft, S.O.M. Center Road: At 11:55 a.m. April 2, a woman reported that she had been at the Get Go gas station, 6477 S.O.M. Center Road, the day before. The woman forgot to remove her credit card from the gas pump.
On Monday night, preferred walk-on linebacker/fullback Matt Brown -- the 2016 OHSAA defensive player of the year -- announced he'll play football at Michigan next season. A 6-foot, 220-pounder from Solon, Ohio, Brown was going to play college lacrosse at Quinnipiac.
Solon police arrested a man for assault after he slapped his co-worker/girlfriend for not doing her job well. Assault, Harper Road: At 4:40 a.m. March 23, police were called to Nestle Frozen Foods, 5750 Harper Road, where an employee had been assaulted at 12:10 a.m. The employee, a Cleveland woman, 28, was slapped in the face by her co-worker and boyfriend who was displeased with how she was doing her job.
Simple assault, Miles Road: The village prosecutor is reviewing the circumstances surrounding a March 28 incident at the Village Diner, where an employee, 23, from Brook Park, brought an error in her paycheck to the attention of management. She said words were exchanged and the owner grabbed her forearm.
A Maple Heights man who police said fired a shot at SWAT officers executing a search warrant said in a lawsuit that officers had no right to enter his home, even though a judge signed the warrant. Andrew Carr, 29, was arrested and charged with three counts of felonious assault on a peace officer in April 2016 after firing at Solon police officer Steven Davis, Solon Sgt.
Suspicious, Market Place Drive: Police were called when a man refused to leave a store 5:04 p.m. March 24 after his card was declined by the bank. He continued to add items to his cart and said he "could do this all night."