Two burglars spotted on surveillance camera, arrested
Grandview Heights police arrested two Cleveland men Sept. 22 for breaking and entering at a business in the 700 block of West Goodale Boulevard.
Juan Leon Frazier, 41, and Lavelle Clinton Sanders, 29, of Cleveland each were arrested and charged with a felony count of breaking and entering, reports said.
Officers were dispatched about 12:30 a.m. to the business on a report of several men seen on a security camera walking around the fenced-in lot at the company.
When officers arrived, they saw three men running north from the business. One was caught at West Goodale and Yard Street. The other two ran back toward the business and one of them was arrested in a nearby lot, reports said.
Both Frazier and Sanders were taken to the Franklin County jail.
In other recent Grandview police reports:
* Lyndon L. Curry, 49, of Grace Street in Hilliard was arrested Sept. 27 and charged with a felony county of operating a vehicle while under the influence after his bicycle struck a vehicle stopped at the traffic light at Dublin Road and West Fifth Avenue. When officers arrived on the scene, Curry was standing next to his bicycle with injuries to his arm and waved police over asking for a ride home, reports said. He was checked by paramedics and given a field sobriety test, which he reportedly said he could not complete due to leg injuries from the crash. He was arrested on a felony charge because of three prior convictions in the last six years, according to reports.
Curry was taken to police headquarters, where he was given a breath test before being taken to the hospital complaining of additional health issues.
* Columbus police reported a 911 hang-up Sept. 26. When they redialed, a woman reported that earlier that night, a man had jumped out of the bushes and exposed himself to her as she was jogging at Arlington and Fifth avenues. The dispatcher described the man as being approximately 5 feet 4 inches tall, with a thin build and long brown hair, dark pants and no shirt. Grandview police left a message with the original caller asking her to call the department, reports said.
* A resident of the 1400 block of Mulford Road reported Sept. 23 that nine bundles of roofing shingles were stolen from her front yard. She said the top two panels on her new overhead garage door also were dented, but it is uncertain whether an attempt was made to enter the garage.
* A resident of the 1400 block of Haines Avenue reported Sept. 16 a ladder, stool and chair were stolen from his property. He said he had put the items next to his garage and went inside his house for about 30 minutes. When he returned, they were gone.
* A juvenile told police Sept. 22 that $65 was stolen from his phone case while he was playing soccer with three other boys at the stadium at Grandview Heights High School, 1587 W. Third Ave.
* Police received three reports of stolen bicycles in the last full week of September.
On Sept. 25, a woman reported her son's bicycle was stolen from either the high school stadium or her home. An officer was dispatched Sept. 24 on a woman's report that her son's bicycle was stolen while he was at soccer practice at the high school. A third woman reported her son's bicycle was stolen Sept. 23 while he was visiting a friend on Inglis Avenue. Later that day, a man called to report he found an abandoned bicycle in the alley behind his home. The bicycle was the one stolen from Inglis Avenue, reports said.