The Cleveland Division of Police is seeking the public’s help in identifying suspects wanted for felonious assault shooting. On June 3, 2017, officers were patrolling in the area of E. 74/Superior avenue when they heard approximately 20 gunshots.  Officers located a victim at the Sunoco gas station and provided first aid until the arrival of EMS.  The victim had sustained a GSW to his arm and was treated at UH.


Preliminary information indicates that the victim was seated in a vehicle at the gas station when someone drove by in a vehicle and began shooting at victim. Victim then exited the vehicle he was sitting in and began shooting at the other vehicle.  Victim then entered the gas station, gave his gun to another male and that male left the area.  Victim/suspect was arrested for weapons charges and tampering with evidence.


These photos are of the suspects wanted in the shooting. The male in the red hat is the suspected shooter and the male with the ponytail was driving the vehicle.  Anyone with information regarding the identity of these suspects is asked to contact investigators at 216-623-5318 or 216-621-1234.  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).

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A Message From Chief Williams #Browns #Football #Community 

Hello, Cleveland,
Recent statements made by the President of the Cleveland Police Patrolmen’s Association would lead one to believe that members of the Cleveland Division of Police are against participating in events with our Cleveland Browns athletes. This is simply not the viewpoint of all of our officers. The Cleveland Browns Organization has been a longtime partner of the Cleveland Division of Police, donating and assisting (many times quietly) to our Police Athletic League and hosting events with kids in the city’s Muny League Football . We know that we can count on this partnership to continue. 
As law enforcement officers, we took an oath to serve and to protect. We protect the rights of all citizens to express their views as protected by the First Amendment of our constitution, no matter the issue. Our American flag is an important symbol to our great country and we, as officers, will continue to salute it. 
More importantly, we as Cleveland Police Officers strive to open the lines of communication with all of our citizens–athletes and enthusiastic Browns fans alike. Who are we kidding?! We are CLEVELAND!! And we stay strong together. We stand together. 
Moving forward, I can tell you that we within the Cleveland Division of Police are in communication with the Cleveland Browns Organization as we have been in the past. We want to hear from our players, the fans and our citizens of this great city. We want to bridge the gap. We want to talk.
I look forward to a continued partnership with our CLEVELAND athletes, our community and a great BROWNS season!!!
Chief Calvin D. Williams

Cleveland Division of Police