Assault, E. Huffman Road: A Parma boy, 12, and a Parma Heights boy, 13, were arrested for causing physical harm to a 13-year-old Parma Heights boy.
Drug Abuse, Ridge Road: A Lakewood man, 35, was arrested Feb. 20 after he was found to have abused harmful intoxicants.
Stolen Vehicle, Redfern Road: A man had his 2011 Ford stolen out of his driveway Feb. 21.
Fraud, Snow Road: A woman was a victim of credit card fraud Feb. 21.
Theft, Charles Avenue: A 62-year-old Parma woman reported that another woman took some of her property from her home Feb. 21.
Traffic Stop, Broadview Road: Two Seven Hills men, 20 and 17, were arrested Feb. 21 after THC-infused candy was found in their vehicle.
Theft, Albertly Avenue: A woman had the front license plate stolen from her vehicle Feb. 21.
Burglary, Wales Avenue: A woman reported that her home was burglarized Feb. 21. Nothing was reported missing.
Traffic Stop, State Road: A Parma woman, 35, was arrested Feb. 22 for being in possession of felony and misdemeanor drugs after officers responded to a disturbance call.
Disorderly Conduct Intoxicated, Pearl Road: An Elyria man, 27, was arrested for disorderly conduct intoxicated at the Das Schnitzel Haus Feb. 19 after he had to have Narcan administered to him by the squad.
Theft, State Road: A man reported his wallet stolen while he was at the BP station Feb. 21.
Theft, Gerald Avenue: A woman had her purse stolen from her vehicle Feb. 22.
Petty Theft, Ridge Road: Three Parma girls, aged 16 and 17, were caught shoplifting at Sheetz Feb. 22. They tried to steal $7 worth of merchandise.
Stolen Vehicle, Chevrolet Boulevard: A woman had her 1997 Honda stolen from a parking lot Feb. 22.
Drug Investigation, Charles Avenue: A Parma woman, 34, was arrested Feb. 22 for possession of suspected felony drugs during a traffic stop.
Drug Investigation, Forest Avenue: A Cleveland man, 28, was arrested Feb. 22 for possession of suspected felony drugs during a traffic stop.
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