Avon Lake Teens Caught in the Act Will Face Juvie Judge
Avon Lake police blotters include dogs attacking dog and plenty of fireworks calls
Teens caught in the act of late-night car rummaging
A woman notified police two males were attempting to break into her auto at 3:03 a.m. on July 5. Police responded and while the juveniles did not enter the woman’s car, two male teens 15 and 14, were caught soon after in another vehicle that had been left unlocked. The two boys, both from Avon Lake, were charged with underage consumption and petty theft. Avon Lake Police Sgt. Vince Molnar said the two had taken a small amount of cash and will be tried in juvenile court.
Race in progress
On July 4, an “irate female” told police race organizers would not let her access her home near Brunswick and Regatta drives. The Smiles For Sophie race was taking place. The woman made it through without further problems.
Lock ‘em up
Two unlocked bikes were taken from Learwood Square on July 4 in the afternoon. There were also reports of several unlocked bikes taken from the Aquatic Center during the week.
Dogs attacking dogs
Police received a call on July 4 that two boxers or pit bulls at large had attacked a dog on the south side of Lake Road. Several hours later police received a call that the same dogs were chasing a deer behind a home on Belle Road.
Police received almost a dozen calls on July 3 and 4 of fireworks going off in neighborhoods.