Crime Cleveland police arrest juveniles believed responsible for 80 car break-ins

17:16  13 february  2020
17:16  13 february  2020 Source:   cleveland19.com

Police arrest 11-year-old boy accused of nearly two dozen car burglaries in New Orleans

  Police arrest 11-year-old boy accused of nearly two dozen car burglaries in New Orleans Police have arrested an 11-year-old boy accused of nearly two dozen car burglaries in the Gentilly area of New Orleans. © Provided by Alexandria KALB-TV Source: WVUE WVUE first covered this story a week ago, with surveillance video detectives say shows a child breaking into vehicles. Police said they arrested the 11-year-old, seen breaking into a Jeep and climbing through the window in the 5000 block of Dreaux Avenue. The video shows his legs dangling outside the front passenger window, as he rummages through the car.

CLEVELAND , Ohio -- Cleveland police arrested four teenager boys wanted in connection with more than 80 car break - ins in the and suburban Formal charges have not yet been filed. Investigators believe they are responsible for the rash of car break - ins Sunday night and into Monday morning.

CLEVELAND (WJW)-- The Cleveland Division of Police arrested four teens accused of breaking into more than 80 vehicles. Police said detectives are investigating whether the same group is responsible for other break - ins in East Cleveland and downtown.

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CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - The Cleveland Division of Police released a statement that Fourth District detectives and officers arrested four juveniles they believe are responsible for over 80 break-ins on Cleveland’s southeast side, Shaker Heights and Cleveland Heights.

Detectives continue to investigate the possibility that the juveniles were involved in other break-ins in East Cleveland and downtown.

“You create such consternation for so many people to walk out in the morning....to see their lives strew across the parking lot. It’s not fair,” said Brendan Ring, owner of Nighttown Restaurant.

One dead, one injured in shooting in Cleveland’s Central neighborhood

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Three juveniles and two 18-year-olds were arrested over the weekend after police found them in possession of items connected to multiple thefts in at least

Three juveniles have been arrested and others are being sought following a crime spree in several different communities overnight. RAW VIDEO: Camaro vs Police Cars After Game Stop Robbery in Houston - Продолжительность: 28:38 ABC13 Houston Recommended for you.

Multiple cars ransacked in downtown Cleveland parking lot

The suspects, three 16-year-olds and one 17-year-old, were arrested with a weapon.

Dozens of cars broken into overnight in several East Side suburbs

Charges have not been filed but could include aggravated robbery, breaking and entering, Theft, criminal damaging and tresspassing in Motor Vehicle.

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Same men committed two violent Cleveland armed robberies within 90 minutes, police say .
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Two masked and armed men pistol-whipped a store employee in the head during one of two robberies they committed within 90 minutes on Cleveland’s West Side, according to police. The robberies happened between 8 p.m. and 9:15 p.m. Sunday. No arrests have been made, but police reviewed surveillance video and believe the same men committed both robberies, according to police reports. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); The first happened about 8 p.m. at a Family Dollar on Detroit Avenue near West 73rd Street.

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