Friday, November 9, 2012
Police have an arrest warrant for a Cleveland Heights man they say shot a man in Shaker Heights.
The Shaker Heights Police Department supplied the following information. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction. Shaker Heights Police are looking for a man they say shot and injured a man last week. The victim said that Anthony Dowell, 30, of Cleveland Heights, shot him in the arm and the back near the 12800 block of Fairhill Road in Shaker Lakes Park after an argument. The victim fled and hopped onto a city bus. The city bus driver called police, who transported the man to the hospital. He's since been released. Dowell is a black male, 5 foot, 11 inches and 170 pounds. If you know where he is, you can call Shaker Heights Police at (216) 491-1220.
Monday, August 13, 2012
Smith's Tuesday court appearance has been cancelled
Scott A. Smith was indicted on weapons charges Monday after being arrested with a loaded gun, ammunition and four knives at an Aug. 4 showing of The Dark Knight Rises at Regal Cinema in Crocker Park. The current charges listed at the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas docket are a fourth-degree felony carrying concealed weapons (for the gun found on him), a misdemeanor carrying concealed weapon (for the four knives found on him) and a third-degree felony for having weapons under disability (for the gun on him as well as the ones taken from his home). The prosecution is basing the weapons under disability charge on the claim that Smith has some kind of substance abuse issue. Smith has been in jail — first in Westlake, then at the …
Saturday, July 21, 2012
Fans still headed to Cleveland theaters to see "The Dark Knight Rises" despite the recent shooting in suburban Colorado.
Andrew Bower called his best friend Friday to make sure he was OK. His friend lives in Denver, CO., and he wanted to make sure he wasn’t at the theater in Aurora where a gunman opened fire and killed at least 12 people and injured 58 others. But the tragic event didn’t stop him from seeing The Dark Knight Rises at Capitol Theatre Friday night. “I think it’s an isolated incident. I think it’s a really sad incident,” Bower said. Another moviegoer said he’s been waiting to see the movie for more than two years. “So really there’s not much that was going to stop me from coming down here,” said Jimmy Ryan. “You can’t change what you’re going to do just because of something that happened.” Cristian Brooks hadn’t heard what happened, but she said…
Friday, July 20, 2012
See what people are saying about the tragedy at a showing of Dark Knight Rises in Aurora and find the latest updates. Share your thoughts.