Heaven and Nevaeh Adams, both age 12 (twin sisters) left home on April 17, 2018 after an argument with their mother. They were located at home today but ran out of the house once confronted. Both girls were last seen in the area of Ostend Avenue. Nevaeh Adams is 5’ tall and was wearing a black coat and grey/black pants. Heaven Adams is 5’ tall and was last seen wearing a Grey hoodie and blue jeans with rips.
Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Heaven or Nevaeh is asked to contact police at 216-621-1234 .
A Message from Chief Calvin D. Williams
Recently, it has come to my attention there are those who believe
the safety of our officers is not paramount to the Cleveland Division of Police and to the City of Cleveland, and this could not be further from the truth.
It has also come to my attention that many believe that our officers operate under a “no chase policy.” This also could not be further from the truth. I want to make it clear that Cleveland police officers are authorized to and will pursue suspects wanted for crimes of violence and for OVI related offenses.
The current policies of the Cleveland Division of police regarding vehicle pursuits give officers very specific guidance pertaining to when vehicle pursuits are appropriate and authorized. To be clear, vehicle pursuits are not authorized in cases of nonviolent crimes. Our officers will not become engaged in vehicle pursuits solely relating to property crimes. Chasing suspects at high rates of speed in vehicles solely to recover property is not only inappropriate, but it puts the lives of our residents and our officers in danger unnecessarily.
Officers are authorized to conduct vehicle pursuits in order to take violent suspects or intoxicated drivers into custody. This most certainly includes suspects who have committed violence, including attempting to harm our police officers.
The pursuit policies of the Cleveland Division of Police are detailed and follow best practice. The policies are in effect to protect the lives of officers and citizens alike. Taking violent offenders off of our streets is equally important and our officers shall conduct vehicle pursuits when this action is appropriate.
Since I became Chief, I have been committed to providing the best police services to the citizens of Cleveland while providing the highest level of training possible to ensure the safety of our officers. This commitment has not changed.
FUGITIVE: GARY SANDERS AKA LITTLE G
The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force is offering a reward for information which would lead to the capture of fugitive Gary Sanders. Sanders is wanted by the United States Marshals Service and the Cleveland Division of Police for homicide. It is alleged that on February 23, Sanders shot and killed a female near the 1400 Block of W.112th Street. Sanders fled the scene on foot before police arrived on scene.
Sanders aka “Little G”, 35, is a black male, standing approximately 5 feet 11 inches and weighing 165 pounds. Sanders last known address is the 1500 Block of Coventry Road, East Cleveland, Ohio. Sanders is considered armed and dangerous.
If you have any information in reference to Gary Sanders, please contact the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force at 1-866-4WANTED or Text keyword WANTED and tip to 847411 (tip411). Tipsters can remain anonymous and reward money is available.
The Cleveland Division of Police is seeking the identity of a suspect involved in the robbery of the Key Bank located at 15000 St. Clair ave.
On Thursday April 12, 2018 at approximately 2:14 pm the suspect entered Key Bank dressed in all black, approached the teller with a hand written note demanding money. The teller complied and the suspect fled.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Cleveland Division of Police 5th District detective bureau.
Missing is 11 yr old Jamarcus Johnson who is missing from his Soika ave home. Jamarcus was wearing green/blue jacket, navy blue pants and grey shoes. He was last seen walking on Soika ave in the general area of Luke Easter Park. If you have any information please contact the Cleveland Division of Police and or the 4th district detective bureau.