via News5: Police received a call about a woman being assaulted in East Cleveland…. Investigators say 48-year-old Maurice Brown of Garfield Heights shot a woman inside her apartment then followed her outside, refused orders to drop the gun, and was shot as he raised the gun to the woman’s head CLICK HERE to read full […]

via Wkyc: East Cleveland Police have taken a 50-year-old man into custody for his role in Sunday’s fatal home explosion in the 1000 block of E 125th St. Christopher Glenn was located by Cleveland Police on Tuesday evening while attempting to sell a hot water tank to an elderly female on E. 113th Street. In a […]

via News5: East Cleveland police are looking for the people who stole packages from a delivery truck in East Cleveland Sunday afternoon. The victim, a 36-year-old man from Garfield Heights, was delivering a package on Strathmore Avenue around 12:56 p.m. when an unknown person took the keys to his vehicle with 40 Amazon packages inside and […]

via Wkyc: East Cleveland police say the parents of the 4-year-old boy found wandering alone Sunday morning have been located. Police say the boy was found wearing only a shirt in the area of Hayden and Elsinore avenues. The boy told officers he has other siblings and gave the name Marion as a possible The […]

An East Cleveland Police officer killed in a car crash on Sunday has been identified. East Cleveland Police said the crash happened at Terrace Road and Stanwood Road at about 2:31 p.m. Police said officers were responding to a different incident when they heard what sounded like a car crash nearby. When officers rushed to […]

  Late Wednesday, Mayor Gary Norton said that, due to East Cleveland City Council’s $1.2 million (25 percent) reduction in the city’s police budget, 10 police officers and 10 dispatchers/records clerks received layoff notices. Starting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday night, Mayor Norton held a community meeting to discuss the impact of council’s budegt cuts at the […]

Using information as their weapon, East Cleveland police officers walked the streets Tuesday evening, urging residents to save the city’s traffic cameras, and some of their jobs. On November 8, East Cleveland residents can decide whether to get rid of the city’s red light and speed cameras. Off-duty East Cleveland police officers went door-to-door through […]