What's considered a major police event in the hard-knock suburb of Olmsted Falls? The mean streets of the bucolic west-side city were hit with — gasp — what appeared to be a small group of teens who were "free running." All units respond! We repeat, all units respond!
JUVENILE COMPLAINTS, FALLS POINTE DRIVE: A woman opened her back door on April 8 and observed several juveniles around the Falls Pointe Recreation Center jumping on the roof and on vending machines. All units were advised to respond. Officers checked the area on foot, and found no damage.
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