Robbery, Snow Road: A Cleveland man, 33, and a Euclid woman, 31, were arrested at about 11 a.m. Nov. 19 after they robbed Burger King, 14601 Snow.
The woman, an ex-employee of Burger King, entered the restaurant with the man. A week earlier, the woman had stolen money from the restaurant's cash register while workers were distracted.
The woman caused a commotion, and the cashier walked into the office to call police. When the cashier returned, she saw the woman taking money from the register.
The cashier tried to stop the woman, but the woman and man threatened to harm the cashier, who backed away. The man and woman ran off with $94 from the register. They jumped into a car and drove away.
Officers spotted the car on West 130th Street and followed it into Cleveland, where they pulled it over.
Attempted burglary, Meigs Boulevard: Someone tried to break into a Meigs home by cutting a bedroom window screen and forcing open the window.
It happened between 6 p.m. Nov. 14 and 8:15 a.m. Nov. 15. Police determined that no one entered the home. Nothing was missing.
Theft, Gallatin Boulevard: A dress, an electronic game, dog clothing and decorative crosses were stolen late Nov. 16 or early Nov. 17 from a minivan parked in a driveway. The victims said they had locked the minivan but there were no signs of forced entry.
Operating a vehicle under the influence, Snow Road: A Brook Park man, 36, was arrested at about 7:30 p.m. Nov. 15 after police saw him driving a car with no headlights near Giant Eagle, 14650 Snow. The man was "voluntarily intoxicated," police said.
Possession of marijuana, Ohio 237-Snow Road: A Brooklyn man, 22, was cited at about 1:40 p.m. Nov. 15 after police found a baggie of marijuana in his car.
The man had been driving 70 mph on 237 near Snow, a 50-mph zone. Police smelled marijuana in his vehicle.
Operating a vehicle under the influence, Snow Road: A Columbia Station woman, 56, was arrested at about 12:50 a.m. Nov. 20 after police saw her car weaving on Snow near The Garden Family Restaurant, 14957 Snow. She was drunk.
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