Police Blotter: Robbery Suspect Arrested

Police arrested Timothy English Jr. Tuesday

On Tuesday, arrested Timothy English Jr., a suspect in an armed robbery near the on Lee Road that occurred at 1:12 p.m. March 7.

English, 18, and a suspect who goes by the name "Drake" are accused of stealing cash and an iPhone from the victim and threatening him at gunpoint, according to information released by the police department.

Teens threaten to kill classmate

A 16-year-old girl from Cleveland Heights was walking to the store with her two sisters near South Taylor Road and Desota Avenue just before 6 p.m. March 7 when two of her classmates approached her and said they wanted to fight her. She refused. One of the boys, a 15-year-old from Cleveland Heights, hit the girl in the eye. Another Cleveland Heights teen picked up a brick and said he was going to kill her. Then a 16-year-old girl from University Heights who was with the boys pulled out a knife and also threatened her. One stated, "We'll kill you now, or we'll kill you later at school," according to the police report. Police arrested the three juveniles and charged them with aggravated assault.

Shots fired on Rossmoor

A caller reported hearing two gun shots near the 2100 block of Rossmoor Road at 1:27 a.m. March 5. Police responded and found two caliber casings in the street, and two bullet holes in a house in the neighborhood. Police are still investigating.

Tip jar stolen from SweetieFry

A caller reported that the tip jar was stolen from at 8:20 p.m March 4.

Dead animal left on car

Someone reported that two youths threw a dead animal on top of a car near the 2300 block of Noble Road March 2.

Arrest reports

Police arrested a 20-year-old man from Cleveland Heights who is charged with robbing a woman with two other suspects. They are accused of from her left front jacket pocket on Jan. 22. The woman, a 26-year-old from Cleveland Heights, said they did not use a weapon.

Police arrested a minor who is charged with burglary.

Reports compiled from Cleveland Heights Police call logs and information from the department. Charges and arrests do not indicate conviction.

Richard Hollis March 15, 2012 at 09:17 PM
I know that the CHP are doing their best, but it seems that there are more bad guys than good guys. It is a rough job. Keep up the good work.


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