Man arrested after punching pregnant mother of his child: South Euclid Police Blotter

SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio

Domestic violence: Grosvenor Road

A man, 37, was arrested for domestic violence Dec. 16 after he punched the mother of his child in the face. Reports indicate the woman was also pregnant with the man’s child.

Civil matter: Stonehaven Road

A woman said Dec. 17 that days after her son was incarcerated, his live-in girlfriend and mother of his child removed several items from their home.

Officers advised that her son would need to file a civil suit through small claims court regarding the matter.

Impaired driving: Cedar Road

A Cleveland woman, 43, was arrested for OVI Dec. 18 after causing a crash near the Mayflower Condominiums.

Lost property: Warrensville Center Road

A woman reported Dec. 18 that her wallet was stolen from a shopping cart at Walmart after she accidentally left it behind. She said it contained credit cards, but she had not noticed any fraudulent activity on them.

Assault: Cedar Road

A woman said Dec. 19 that she was assaulted by her boyfriend after a discussion about her having male friends. She said the man repeatedly kicked her while she tried to leave his home.

Despite several visible injuries, the woman, 19, declined medical attention and chose not to pursue charges.

Domestic violence: Sheffield Road

A woman said Dec. 19 that her child’s father threw a cell phone at her head after he came over to change out a dryer and became upset because the woman had a boyfriend at the home.

The Cleveland man, 51, was subsequently charged with domestic violence.

Drug abuse: Plainfield Road

A Cleveland man, 18, was arrested on a felony warrant after officers responded to a crash that he was involved in with another vehicle. Six pills, believed to be Oxycodone, were located in his vehicle and sent for lab testing with further charges pending.

Misuse of credit card: Princeton Boulevard

A resident reported Dec. 16 that someone obtained her credit card information and a fraudulent purchase of $802 had been made at a grocery store in New Hampshire. Her credit union requested a report be made so it could investigate.

Theft: Wilmington Road

A man said Dec. 16 that his wallet and bank cards were stolen while he was at a resident’s home in March. He said that since that time, there were $4,500 worth of fraudulent charges on his account and his bank was requesting a police report be filed to investigate.

Burglary: Greenway Road

A resident reported at 10 p.m. Dec. 14 that someone attempted to break into his home. He said nothing was taken but damage was done to a door frame.

Police are investigating.

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