Bellevue Police News

Bellevue Police recently made the following arrests:

After police responded to a call for harassment by communications, Kelly J. Mazza, 36, was charged with disorderly conduct on Grant Avenue on April 5.

After reportedly being seen leaving the scene of a burglary, Jeremy D. Hesse, 36, was charged with burglary on April 7.

Michael Lee Copple, 18, was charged with littering on the sidewalk, at South Balph/Lincoln avenues on April 9.

Nathan Allen Schwartz, 33, was arrested for stalking on April 11.

After police on a traffic stop were notified of a man staggering into traffic and almost being struck by a vehicle, Michael Jose Degutis, 26, was charged with public drunkenness on North Balph Avenue on April 12.

Adam Thomas Katcher, 30, was charged with disorderly conduct on Lincoln Avenue on April 12.

Raymond Jenkins, 65, was charged with retail theft at a Lincoln Avenue business on April 16.

Eileen C. Beron, 74, was charged with retail theft from a Lincoln Avenue business on April 18.

Amanda Lee Veneziale, 25, was charged with simple assault on Orchard Avenue on April 18.

Michael Jose Degutis, 26, was charged with possession of a controlled substance on Orchard Avenue on April 18.

After police responded to a domestic call, Danielle Lynn Skovran, 28, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance on Madison Avenue on April 23.

Reportedly found intoxicated at the skate park, on April 24, David Brian Smay, 30, was charged with public drunkenness and transported to the hospital by EMS.

After officers were dispatched to Grant Avenue concerning a fight, Michelle Clark, 48, was charged with aggravated assault on April 24.

Gregory Scott Carpenter, 43, was charged with disorderly conduct on Ohio River Boulevard on April 27.

The following individuals were arrested and charged with driving under the influence:

John Robert Sanner, 24, on Shiloh Avenue on April 4.

After police responded to an anonymous call to check on a parked vehicle in which the engine had been running for an hour, Jaja Lamont Nevels, 23, was arrested on Shade Avenue on April 12.

After striking a parked car, Terrence Harry Sprung, 57, was arrested at Lincoln Avenue/Hawley Avenue on April 14.

As the result of a vehicle crash involving a legally parked vehicle, Robert John Kitchen, 46, was arrested on Teece Avenue on April 18.

After a traffic stop, Monica Patrice Gray, 44, at Lincoln Avenue/California Avenue, on April 19.

After a traffic stop, Jacquelyne Ashley King, 25, at Ohio River Boulevard/Kendall Avenue on April 26.

Bellevue Police responded to and investigated the following incidents:

The theft of prescription medication from a North Fremont Avenue resident on April 1.

Reported on April 2, the theft of a driver’s license and a payroll check from a North Balph Avenue residence.

A reported theft on April 2 from a location on South Harrison Avenue.

Police say that a body found in a Spring Avenue home on April 6 was that of a 47-year-old female who is believed to have died from a heroin overdose.

Police also discovered the body of a deceased 36-year-old male in a residence on Sumner Avenue on April 10.

On April 16, a Shiloh Avenue resident reported that his apartment had been burglarized.

On April 17, a person trying to break into a North Avenue residence was confronted by a neighbor.

On April 19, a woman reported a theft from her vehicle on Spring Avenue.

On April 26, a North Euclid Avenue resident reported cushions had been stolen overnight from his porch.

On April 26, a resident of South Harrison Avenue reported damage to her vehicle the previous evening.

Three juveniles were caught by a neighbor breaking windows of a vacant house on South Euclid Avenue on April 9. They will be charged with criminal mischief, police say.

On April 9, on Orchard Avenue, after being seen vandalizing a homeowner’s fence, a juvenile female was identified and charged with criminal mischief.

Reported on April 13 on Orchard Avenue, a vehicle was vandalized overnight.

Vandalism was reported on April 14, when letters were found carved into the front door of Bayne Library.

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