Female Abducted: Police Looking for black Audi SUV with bent license plates. VIDEO 


The Cleveland Division of Police is seeking the public’s help in identifying the male and or female seen in this video.  

Today at approximately 10am officers responded to E. 89/Carnegie for a possible abduction. Witnesses reported seeing a black male grab and beat a black female and force her into a vehicle. 


The male is described as a black male, muscular, approximately 5’7″ tall wearing a grey hoodie and grey sweats. 


The female is described as a black female, slender, approximately 5’4″ tall wearing a black jacket, tan shirt, white knit hat and blue jeans, carrying a large brown purse. 


The vehicle is described as a black Audi SUV 4 door with a possible partial plate of GWT. Further information indicates the license plates may be bent as witnesses who followed the vehicle reported seeing the male exit and intentionally bend the plates. 


Anyone with information relative to the identification of the male and or female or the whereabouts of the male, female or vehicle is asked to call 216.623.3084

If the vehicle is spotted, please call 9-1-1.
Note: the vehicle is first seen in the parking lot. Then at 10:08:53 the male is seen grabbing the female on the sidewalk. 

Missing Girl Nina Dupree black female age 13, 5’6/160lbs PHOTO

The Cleveland Division of Police is seeking the public’s help in locating missing 13 year-old Nina Geauina Dashowna Dupree Who was last seen today at approximately 12:30 PM in the 14300 block of Darley Avenue. Nina is a black female, 5’6, 160 lbs with brown eyes and black hair. She was last seen wearing a gray hoodie and black sweatpants. This juvenile left home on her own accord following a fight with her mother. Anyone with information relative to her whereabouts is asked to contact detectives by calling 216-621-1234.



Felonious Assault Shooting/Officer Involved Shooting/Felonious Assault on Peace Officer/Arrest/Gun Confiscation

Felonious Assault Shooting/Officer Involved Shooting/Felonious Assault on Peace Officer/Arrest/Gun Confiscation 17-061860

Victim 1: 45 year old white male Cleveland Police SWAT officer, graze wound from gunfire to leg

Victims: Additional SWAT Officers, not injured, Cleveland Police Canine, not injured

Preliminary investigation indicates:

On February 28, 2017 at approximately 1:30am, officers on foot patrol in the area of East 23rd Street and St. and Hamilton Avenue observed multiple occupants in a vehicle, one of which appeared to be holding a bag of suspected narcotics.  The officers ordered the occupants out of the vehicle (four total occupants) at which time the back seat occupants were observed to be in possession of a handgun.  The back seat occupants (one male and one female) exited the vehicle without incident and without the firearm.  The front seat driver and passenger remained inside of the vehicle with the firearm and pulled the doors closed, refusing to exit.

Per police protocol, the Cleveland Division of Police SWAT unit was called to the scene due to the barricaded armed suspects. The Cuyahoga County SWAT unit assisted.  The SWAT officers arrived and negotiators attempted to talk with the occupants who continued to refuse to exit the vehicle.  SWAT officers deployed the armored vehicle in their approach of the suspect vehicle.

During the attempted negotiations, officers made contact with at least one suspect’s family member in an attempt to have the family member contact the suspect and persuade the two to surrender to police. The suspects continued to refuse to exit the vehicle.

At approximately 4:00 am, the suspect(s) fired at the SWAT officers. Officers did not, at that time, return fire.  Officers continued to attempt to talk to the suspects.  Suspects then fired at the officers again multiple times at which point one SWAT officer was injured due to gunfire; he received a graze wound to his leg.  Multiple officers returned fire.  One suspect was shot and fell down outside of the vehicle on the sidewalk with a gun near him.  The robot was used to retrieve a gun lying near this male.  He was later conveyed from the scene by EMS to Metro due to multiple gunshot wounds.

The second suspect remained inside of the vehicle. After some time, SWAT officers engaged the vehicle and removed the suspect.  He was conveyed to Metro by EMS due to multiple gunshot wounds.  Both suspects remain at Metro, last medical update indicated they were both in surgery.  The other two occupants of the vehicle were both placed under arrest.  Once charge information becomes available, it will be provided.

Officers remain on scene investigating, photographing and securing evidence. Once names of the involved suspects become available they will be released.  The names of the involved SWAT officers will be released 72 hours following the incident.  The injured SWAT officer was treated at Metro Hospital and released.

Missing Elderly Male, Ulysses Williams, 75. Suffers from dementia, ENDANGERED (PHOTO)

Missing Elderly Male Endangered

The Cleveland Division of Police is seeking the public’s help in locating Ulysses Williams. Ulysses is a 75 year old black male who suffers from dementia and is in need of various prescribed medications.  He is 5’8” tall, 171 pounds and has gray hair and brown eyes.  He was last seen on February 21, 2017 at 12:30pm wearing a tan coat and left from his group home at 13445 Wainstead on Cleveland’s west side; upon leaving he did express interest in travelling to the Washington D.C. area.

Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Ulysses Williams is asked to contact investigators at 216-623-5118 or 216-621-1234



Missing: Ja’Nya Mix black female age 12 (PHOTO

Cleveland Police seek the public’s help in locating missing 12 year old female Ja’nya Mix. Ja’Nya is a black female 5’2, 120 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. She was given permission to go to a friend’s house in her housing complex in the 14200 block of Triskett and did not return home. Last seen on February 18, 2017 at approximately 1245pm wearing blue jeans and a black hoodie. Anyone with information regarding her whereabouts is asked to call first district police at 216-623-5100 or 911.