Animal Control Officials Request Help Finding Dog in Danger:
TREMONT- Animal control officials need your help tonight locating a dog they say is in danger. A large, yellow lab mix has been spotted running loose in the Tremont area. The dog has no identification tags, but is wearing a black muzzle, causing the dog not to be able to eat or drink.
Because the dog is wearing the muzzle, it also puts the animal in danger with other animals because it is unable to protect itself. The lab mix was last spotted near the West 65th and Clark Avenue area. If you see the dog, please contact Chief John Baird at (216)664-3187.
Police Seek the Public’s Help in Identifying Theft Suspect
The Cleveland Division of Police Financial Crimes Unit is seeking the public’s help in identifying a male wanted for Theft/Misuse of Credit Cards. The theft occurred in early January where a female’s purse was stolen from a downtown restaurant and the credit cards were used thereafter. These photos show the suspect leaving the Walmart in Steelyard Commons after using a credit card. Anyone with information regarding the identification of this male is asked to contact the Financial Crimes Unit at 216-623-5450.
Three Cleveland Police Supervisors Complete Certified Law Enforcement Executive Program.
Congratulations to Sergeant Johnny Hamm, Sergeant Randy Daley and Sergeant Timothy Higgins!
Participants were selected for the program by meeting …set standards in experience, formal and continuing education, as well as professional-related experience. For more than a year, they received instruction in modules concerned with ethics, change management, interpersonal skills, vision, mission and organizational values, strategic planning, external environmental management and resource allocation and utilization. Graduates of CLEE have demonstrated their mastery of these modules through written examinations and papers.
The Certified Law Enforcement Executive Program promotes professional development, benefiting not only the individual but also the agencies in which they work and practice, and their communities. It is designed to elevate the standards of excellence for law enforcement executives.