Drama at the BMV; Cleveland man threatens to shoot up the place: Brooklyn Police Blotter

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Aggravated menacing, Biddulph Road: On Jan. 21, police were dispatched to the Brooklyn BMV regarding a man who was reportedly threatening to shoot people at the Biddulph Road location.

An arriving officer talked to the Cleveland resident, who it turned out didn’t have a gun, but did have an attitude.

He was arrested for aggravated menacing and disorderly conduct.

Suspicious furniture movers, Rockland Drive: On Jan. 21, a Rockland Drive resident called police after two suspicious men arrived at her front door saying they were there to pick up the furniture.

The confused homeowner told the guys they must be confused because she wasn’t giving away any furniture. The resident wanted to file the incident with the police.

Lost purse, Memphis Avenue: On Jan. 21, a Lakewood resident came to the police station to report she lost her purse near Kiddie Park on Memphis Avenue.

Police are investigating.

Property damage, Memphis Avenue: On Jan. 22, an Akron resident called police after discovering someone damaged his truck’s tailgate while it was parked at a Memphis Avenue business.

There are no suspects. Police are investigating.

Theft from vehicle, Northcliff Avenue: On Jan. 22, a Brooklyn resident called police after discovering someone stole the catalytic converter from his vehicle while it was parked at the Lowe’s parking lot on Northcliff Avenue.

There are no suspects. Police are investigating.

Suspended license, I-480: On Jan. 23, police observed a speeding vehicle traveling westbound on I-480.

While talking to the Parma Heights driver, the officer discovered the man had a suspended license. He was cited for speeding and driving with a suspended license.

The vehicle was towed from the scene.

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