Suspects Wanted for Aggravated Robbery

Suspects Wanted for Aggravated Robbery

The Cleveland Division of Police First District Detective Bureau is currently investigating an Aggravated Robbery incident which occurred on August 22, 2014 at approximately 11:20pm on Lorain Avenue at West 98th Street. The victim was walking on Lorain Avenue when he was approached by two suspects. One suspect pointed a gun at the victim as the other went through his pockets and took his backpack. The suspects, both black males in their late teens or early 20s, then left the area on foot. This video shows the suspects and the victim just prior to the robbery. Anyone able to identify the suspects seen in this video is asked to contact First District Detectives at 216-623-5118.

Parking Restrictions During Home Games

Parking Restrictions during Home Games

Violators will be ticketed and towed if parked in violation

CLEVELAND – The public is reminded that parking restrictions and prohibitions are put into place in downtown Cleveland for each Brown’s home football game. Restrictions are typically in place three hours before each game and continue until two hours after the game’s completion. The public can look for bright neon signs attached to posts, poles and parking meters in those areas affected by the restrictions.

Violators will be ticketed and towed if parked in violation. The owner of the car would have to prove ownership of the vehicle and pay all associated fines and fees to have their automobile released from impound. This can be done at the One Stop located at 3040 Quigley Road, Cleveland, OH.

Cleveland Police encourage carpooling and the use of public transportation to and from the games.

Municipal Parking Lot Advisory – Thursday Night Browns Home Game

Municipal Parking Lot Advisory Thursday Night Browns Home Game

Municipal Parking Lot Tailgating Rules and Regulations for Thursday Night’s Game

CLEVELAND – The Division of Police would like to remind fans that are planning to use the Municipal Parking Lot for this Thursday, August 28, 2014 Browns home game that the lot does not open for tailgating until 12:00pm. At 12:00pm, only the eastern portion of the lot will open for tailgating. At 5:30pm, the entire lot will open for tailgating. No large vehicles (motorhomes, RVs, buses, etc.) will be allowed in the mentioned lots before their respective times.

Security Officers will be assigned to the lot to ensure that no vehicles attempt to enter the lot prior to the designated times. The public is reminded that it is important to obey traffic laws and that no vehicles are permitted to park or stop on busy roadways. Cleveland Police Officers will be on scene before and during the opening of the Muni lot to ensure that parking and vehicular traffic laws are adhered to.

Municipal Parking Lot Tailgating Rules and Regulations:

The following is the full list of rules and restrictions for tailgating activities in the Muni lot for all Cleveland Browns home games. The list of rules and regulations will be distributed to all vehicles upon entering the lot as well as posted on various signs throughout the lot.

1. No open pit fires
2. Propane grills only (No charcoal)
3. No alcohol
4. Saving spaces prohibited
5. You will be charged for all parking spaces that you occupy
6. No in & out privileges
7. All liter must be dispensed in trash containers
8. Vandalism of any type will not be tolerated
9. Crossing the shoreway is prohibited
10. No private latrines.

Violation of the Muni lot rules and regulations may result in fines and ejection from the premises. Additionally, below are answers to other common questions and information regarding tailgating in the Muni lot:

•Lot Operation and Fees – The lot opens promptly at 7:00 am for all regular and pre-season season weekend home games. Vehicles are not permitted to enter the premises before that time. The fee to park in the municipal lot is $20 dollars. You will be charged for all spaces that you occupy. Cleveland Police will not permit vehicles to line-up or stage on the Shoreway before game time.

•Alcohol and Safety – Open containers, consumption of alcohol and public intoxication are all prohibited in the Muni Lot. If you plan to consume alcohol during any sporting event always ensure you have a designated driver. Please exercise caution at all times and if you see something, please say something.

•Sanitation – There will be 50 portable restrooms, 75 trash cans and 3 dumpsters in the Muni lot during all regular season games. Private latrines are strictly prohibited. Please make sure all trash is disposed of properly before you leave any lot.

•Parking – Parking restrictions are put in place in downtown Cleveland for each Browns home football game – typically for three hours before each game and until two hours after the game’s completion. Look for bright neon signs attached to posts, poles and parking meters in those areas affected by the restrictions. Violators will be ticketed and towed if parked in violation. All associated fines and fees to have an automobile released must be done at the One Stop Vehicle Impound Center located at 3040 Quigley Road.

Police Seek the Public’s Help in Identifying Aggravated Murder Suspects

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The Cleveland Division of Police Homicide Unit is currently seeking the public’s help in identifying the suspects seen in these photos and video. These males are wanted for Aggravated Murder in the shooting death of 47 year old Brian Glenn Montgomery on Sunday, August 17, 2014. Mr. Montgomery was in the parking lot of a store in the 8800 block of Superior Avenue with his son at approximately 1:00pm when they were approached by the two suspects who fired upon them.

Mr. Montgomery sustained life-threatening injuries as a result of the shooting and was pronounced dead at MetroHealth Medical center. His 19 year old son was shot in the leg and treated at MetroHealth Medical Center.

The suspects are described as black males, aged 20-30. One suspect is slender build wearing a red Old Navy hooded sweatshirt with white lettering, white tennis shoes, light blue jeans and wearing his light brown hair in a bun on top of his head. The second suspect is medium build, a black or blue hooded sweatshirt, a gray or green baseball cap, tan cargo shorts and black tennis shoes.

Anyone with information regarding the identification of these suspects is asked to contact Detective Gray in the Homicide Unit at 216-623-5464. Anonymous information can be given to Crime Stoppers by calling 216-252-7463 or via text message: text TIP657 plus your message to Crimes (274637).

@ClePolice Seek the Public’s Help In Locating Vehicle/Driver Associated with Hit Skip of Pedestrian

The Cleveland Division of Police Accident Investigation Unit is currently seeking the public’s help in locating the vehicle and driver associated with the hit skip of a pedestrian on August 13, 2014. The victim, a male in his early 20s, was walking on East 55th Street at Lexington Avenue at about 6:55am when he was struck by an unidentified vehicle which was possibly a dump truck with a trailer or an auto that was passing a dump truck with a trailer. The victim sustained serious injuries and is being treated at MetroHealth Medical Center.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact accident investigators at 216-623-5295. Anonymous information can be given to Crime Stoppers by calling 216-252-7463 or via text message: text TIP657 plus your message to Crimes (274637).