Truck driver

City worker and garbage truck driver argue: Highland Heights Police Blotter

HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ohio

General Support: East Glengary Circle

The city’s Department of Services said Sept. 29 that one of the employees had an argument with a Kimble truck driver.

Officers spoke with a Kimble official and learned there was a misunderstanding between their driver and the city employee due to a language barrier.

The situation was resolved without further incident.

Fraud: Miner Road

A company employee reported on September 27 that a check she wrote to a vendor for $17,698 may have been intercepted by an unknown person.

She said her bank contacted her and told her that a stranger was trying to cash the check.

It was unclear whether the funds had been released.

The incident is under investigation.

Theft: Wilson Mills Road

A man reported on September 29 that the catalytic converter was removed from his vehicle the day before while at Home Depot.

Surveillance video showed a potential suspect leaving the area in a dark-colored sedan.

The incident is under investigation.

Car theft: Radford Road

A resident reported on Oct. 1 that two unlocked vehicles in his driveway were entered overnight and $20 in change and a credit card were stolen.

He said there had been several fraudulent transactions made on the credit card.

The police are investigating.

General Support: Diana Court

A resident went to the station on October 1 to report an unspecified nuisance.

An officer gave advice to the woman, who wished to remain anonymous.

General Support: Kenbridge Drive

A man reported at 12:46 a.m. on October 3 that after an argument he was trying to grab some things and leave the house, but his drunk wife followed him into the house.

Officers spoke to the man and his wife, and the situation was resolved.

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