The Richmond Heights Police Department reported the following incidents on its website.
Tuesday, May 8
A 21-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of stealing at , 2158 . She also threatened a store clerk who tried to detain her, police said. She received a summons and was being held on outstanding warrants from other law enforcement agencies.
A blue-and-white 24-speed Trek mountain bike was stolen from outside of an apartment in the 7300 block of Ethel Avenue. The perpetrator cut the chain link fence to which the bike had been secured.
Wednesday, May 9
Three juveniles were arrested on suspicion of stealing at , 1550 Saint Louis Galleria. They were later released to their respective parents and the case was forwarded to the .
Friday, May 11
Nothing appears to have been taken after a perpetrator broke a pane of glass in a back door and unlocked the deadbolt at a home in the 2100 block of Sutton Avenue. It happened during the day.
A basement window was reported broken out of a house in the 7400 block of Warner Avenue. No one appeared to have entered the residence.
Saturday, May 12
Two 17-year-old women were arrested on suspicion of trespassing at the Galleria after police said they refused multiple requests to leave the mall.
Sunday, May 13
A man was arrested in the Galleria parking lot on suspicion of domestic assault.
A driver was arrested on suspicion of marijuana possession after police said he admitted to having the drug during a vehicle check. A male juvenile also in the car had been reported as a runaway to the and was turned over to his parents.
An employee reported that someone stole the iPad she brought to work at , 2 The Boulevard. No suspects had been identified.
Tuesday, May 15
A 17-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of stealing at , 1105 Saint Louis Galleria. He was booked and released with a summons because he did not have a criminal record.
A victim reported that someone stole the tab from her vehicle's front license plate overnight in the 7700 block of Dale Avenue.
Editor's note: Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch publishes crime log information for both Clayton and Richmond Heights. Richmond Heights provides crime updates on its website, as does Clayton. View the directory listing. For questions about this crime log, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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