The Richmond Heights Police Department reported the following incidents on its website.
Sunday, July 1
An intoxicated 31-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of property damage in the 7200 block of West Park after police said he broke out a window at his ex-girlfriend's apartment building. He received a summons.
A window air-conditioning unit was stolen during a burglary at a vacant residence in the 2100 block of Gray Avenue.
Officials could not locate a wallet containing cash and credit cards after a victim accidentally left it atop the ticket machine at the MetroLink station at 8001 Galleria Parkway. The victim forgot the wallet while rushing to catch the train.
Fraudulent charges were made on several credit cards that a victim reported stolen from her purse during a visit to , 2 The Boulevard. The cards were inside a wallet, which also was stolen.
Two people, ages 30 and 39, were arrested on suspicion of assault at a residence in the 7300 block of Wise Avenue. The 30-year-old told police he had gotten into a fight with his partner, age 39. Both people had blood on them and appeared to have been in a fight. There were no witnesses. They were being held while police applied for a warrant.
Monday, July 2
A refrigerator and stove intended for scrap were stolen from the backyard of a home in the 2100 block of Princeton Place. There were no suspects.
Two people stole clothing valued at more than $1,700 from , 1453 . Police had no leads on their identity.
Tuesday, July 3
Contractor tools valued at more than $1,500 were reported stolen over the weekend from a vacant and unsecured work area at , 6420 Clayton Rd. No one could be seen entering or leaving the area on surveillance footage at the hospital.
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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