Bellevue Police News

Vehicle break-ins have kept Bellevue Police busy in recent weeks.

On Aug. 19, Bellevue Police received three separate reports of thefts from vehicles at different locations: Arch Avenue, Grant Avenue and Washington Avenue.

On Aug. 22, a West Riverview Avenue resident reported that, overnight, cash had been stolen from a car.

On Aug. 24, a South Bryant Avenue resident reported an overnight theft from a vehicle.

A South Harrison Avenue resident reported on Aug. 27 that a vehicle had been entered overnight and property taken.

On Aug. 28, a South Harrison Avenue resident reported that, the previous day, a vehicle had been entered and tools stolen.

A Dawson Avenue resident reported on Aug. 31, that a vehicle had been entered and items taken.

On Sept. 7, a Dawson Avenue resident reported that a vehicle had been broken into overnight.

Two thefts of vehicles were reported to Bellevue Police. A vehicle theft was reported by an Irwin Avenue resident on Aug. 19. Officers received a report of a stolen vehicle from a South Euclid Avenue resident on Aug. 27.

On Aug. 18, Bellevue Police received a report of a theft-by-deception at a Lincoln Avenue business.

Bellevue Police were dispatched to a Monroe Avenue address on Aug. 20 concerning a burglary that had occurred the day before.

A South Euclid Avenue resident reported on Aug. 20 that the tires on her vehicle had been slashed sometime overnight.
A South Euclid Avenue resident reported the theft of a bicycle on Aug. 20.
Bellevue Police were dispatched to a Lincoln Avenue business on Aug. 24 concerning a shoplifting incident.
A Kendall Avenue resident reported a forced-entry burglary on Aug. 24.
On Aug. 25, a Washington Avenue resident reported vandalism to a vehicle.
On Aug. 25, Bellevue Police were dispatched to a Lincoln Avenue business; a juvenile was seen shoplifting.
On Aug. 26, a report was made that the front windows of a Lincoln Avenue business had been scratched over the weekend.

On Aug. 27, a South Jackson Avenue resident reported graffiti on a retaining wall.

After a short vehicle pursuit on Aug. 29, Bellevue Police seized more than seven pounds of marijuana at Ohio River Boulevard and Meade Avenue Extension.

Police received a report of vandalism -- damage by kicking -- to a vehicle on Ohio River Boulevard on Aug. 30.

A theft from a delivery vehicle at a Lincoln Avenue business was reported on Aug. 31.

A report of a burglary was taken from a Jefferson Avenue resident on Aug. 31. Someone entered an open window and took electronics.

On Sept 9, a caller reported that a burglary had been attempted at a Sheridan Avenue apartment sometime between Sept. 3 and Sept. 9

Bellevue Police received a report of vandalism -- someone punched the front door of a residence on Orchard Avenue -- on Sept. 9.

On Sept. 13, Bellevue Police received a report that a Lincoln Avenue residence had been entered and damaged.

Police received a report of an assault on South Euclid Avenue on Sept. 1.

On Sept 3, a fraud report was taken on Spring Avenue from a former resident who said that someone had taken money for a house outside the borough in a rent-to-own agreement, but the person did not own the building.

Police received a report of retail theft from a Lincoln Avenue business on Sept. 5.

Joseph Frank Petagno, 72, was charged with retail theft at a Lincoln Avenue store on Aug. 12.

Theodore Glatz, 20, was charged with criminal mischief on Lincoln Avenue on Aug. 13.

After Bellevue Police were called to a Lincoln Avenue business on Aug. 13 concerning a retail theft, Kenneth M. Kitchen, 30, was charged with retail theft.

After a loss prevention employee saw a female concealing merchandise and police responded to a Lincoln Avenue grocery store, Christina L. Yakemovicz, 44, was charged with retail theft.

After Bellevue Police responded to a large fight outside a church festival on Aug. 12 on North Jackson Avenue, and a suspect was seen fleeing on foot, on Aug. 19, Theodore Glatz, 20, was charged with aggravated assault.

Ronald Manuel, 18, was charged with public drunkenness on South Starr Avenue on August 19.

After a stolen vehicle was recovered before its owner discovered it was missing, Derek Oliver, 19, was charged with theft on Laurel Avenue at Irwin Avenue on Aug. 20.

After a road rage incident resulted in occupants arguing in the street on Aug. 21, Ryan Shane Harkins, 23, was charged with disorderly conduct on Lincoln Avenue.

After Bellevue Police were dispatched to a drug store on Lincoln Avenue on Aug. 25 for two individuals trying to pass bad prescriptions, Casey L. Murphy, 33, on Aug. 25 was charged with forgery, and Kayla Lantzy, 24 was charged with forgery on Aug. 29.

Timothy John Koerbel, 28, was charged with receiving stolen property on Aug. 27 on North Bryant Avenue.

Daymon L. Tschannen, 31, was charged with disorderly conduct on Lincoln Avenue on Aug. 27.

After Bellevue Police responded to a call about a male using drugs in a bathroom, Benjamin John Harvey, 29, was charged with disorderly conduct on Ohio River Boulevard on Aug. 31.

Cole Solomon George, 18, was charged with criminal trespass at a Lincoln Avenue business on Aug. 31.

Laken Marie Snyder, 18, was charged with criminal trespass at a Lincoln Avenue business on Aug. 31.

Michele Mae Judge, 38, was charged with retail theft at a Lincoln Avenue business on Sept. 3.

On Sept. 12, James Richard Kernick III, 25, and Emily Elizabeth Randall, 21, were charged with public drunkenness on Ohio River Boulevard.

Sherri Leffakis, 45, was charged with simple assault on North Bryant Avenue on Sept. 13.

After police responded to a call about a fight at Bayne Park, Cornelius G. Brown, 20, was charged with criminal trespass on Sept. 8. Then, on Sept. 14, Brown was twice charged with criminal trespass. The first charge was at 5:44 p.m., and the second was at 6:35 p.m.

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