Resident unhappy with online escort service experience: Strongsville Police Blotter

Resident unhappy with online escort service experience: Strongsville Police Blotter

Strongsville, Ohio

The situation is suspicious, Sandalwood Lane: On October 20, a Sandalwood Lane resident came to the police station to report a suspicious situation.

The man said he called an online escort service but hung up before making an appointment.

However, the man then started receiving calls from someone saying he needed to send money to save the escorts from getting hurt.

The caller then began sending pictures of a man with injuries to intimidate him.

Tell the resident officer that this is a scam and to stop contacting the escort sites.

The situation is suspicious, Bridge Creek District: On October 20, a Bridge Creek Circle resident came to the police station to report a serious problem.

The woman told the officer she posted nude photos in a private chat with six other people she didn’t know.

Then a Texas man contacted the woman’s mother on Facebook, trying to exchange photos with his little sister.

As soon as the mother said she was going to the police, the man stopped responding.

The officer advised the mother to block the male as well as the party she did not know.

They also advised the daughter to be more careful when sharing photos.

Suspicious case on Pearl Road: On Oct. 20, police were dispatched to Sheetz after an employee noticed a suspicious package outside the front doors of the Pearl Road business.

The caller said the box appeared to be wrapped in a shirt.

An arriving officer found the package, which turned out to be a Buffalo Wild Wings burger wrapped in a T-shirt.

Identity theft, Old Orchard Road: On October 20, an Old Orchard Road resident made a startling discovery when she looked at her bank statement.

The woman went to the police station to report the identity theft. There are no suspects.

The police are investigating.

Property damage, Royalton Road: On Oct. 20, a Home Good shopper left the store to find that someone had damaged her car that was in the parking lot.

An arriving officer spoke to the caller whose vehicle had very minor damage. Video surveillance revealed that a white car hit her car.

The driver did not leave any information.

Property damage, Prospect Road: On Oct. 20, a Prospect Road resident went to the police station about a property damage incident that occurred approximately three weeks earlier in the parking lot of a Slim & Chubby restaurant.

The man said an unknown vehicle struck the Dodge Ram’s tailgate and rear bumper area.

The restaurant’s security camera was not working. There are no suspects. The police are investigating.

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