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Police Blotter: Jehovah's Witnesses Told They are Indeed Solicitors

Information supplied by the Mayfield Heights Police Department.

A Parker Drive woman called police at 10:19 a.m. Sept. 22 that Jehovah's Witnesses would not honor her "no soliciting" sign. They told her that they are not soliciting. Police told them that they were soliciting and need to comply with the sign.

Police were called from the Hillcrest Hospital emergency room at 1:19 a.m. Sept. 26 about a woman was beat up by her boyfriend, who also shot up her car. The incident happened in Warrensville Heights, but Mayfield Heights police were contacted to keep an eye out for the man's car.

A Mayfield Road woman called at 9:44 p.m. Sept. 25 and said someone scratched and poured sugar all over her boyfriend's car.

A caller at 3:54 p.m. Sept. 25 complained about Fox Hollow Drive residents who make an enormous amount of noise every day. An officer talked to the suspects, who were watching the Browns game, and they said they would keep it quiet.

A caller reported underage drinking at a party at 12:52 a.m. Sept. 25 on Bonnie Lane. Police said the person throwing the party was turning people away who brought alcohol and the person who called might had been upset because he wasn't invited. However, the party did get a bit out of hand and the birthday girl had a cousin come over to help clear the place out.

A burgundy Suzuki was all over the road at 5:44 p.m. Sept. 23 on Interstate 271, a caller reported. The car hit a sign and wound up stopping in Willoughby Hills. The driver was arrested in Willoughby Hills for operating a vehicle under the influence.

A Mayfield Road store reported at 10:40 a.m. Sept. 23 that a former employee was caught on video taking money out of the drawer. The manager was waiting for a DVD from corporate management and told police he would file a report when he has everything.

A Phoenix Theatre employee told police on Sept. 22 that the Willoughby Hills location was robbed at gunpoint the previous night. Special attention was requested for the Mayfield Heights theater.

Danny Haszard October 14, 2011 at 06:22 AM
Jehovah's Witnesses have a sales subterfuge where they do *ask for donations* when *dispensing* literature this is a round-about-way of selling. They don't have to register with the town and get a solicitation permit that's the deal with Jehovah's Witnesses.A man/woman home is their castle,and trespassing after notice not to enter becomes defiant trespassing and is another matter. What I have to say to Jehovah's Witnesses if you come to my home, (Yes,I have a big no trespassing sign and certified letters to your church not to enter my property,and you have violated TWICE in 3 years. In BREACH of the PREACH Jehovah's Witnesses 'Gospel message' (Gal 1:8) is that Jesus had his return to power (second coming) October 1914 and that he appointed them (the Watchtower people) as sole inheritors of all God's assets. JW can't live down this false 1914 core creed of theirs which they have published in literally billions of pieces of Watchtower literature. Try reading the entire 10th chapter of John without Watchtower influence and you will see that the 'other sheep' are the converted gentiles and not an earthly class with a separate limited of only 144,000 going to heaven. Michael the archangel is not Jesus either! There are many Watchtower false spurious doctrines -- Danny Haszard born 3rd generation Jehovah Witness http://www.dannyhaszard.com Lots of JW topics and a page on Trespassing laws
Solomon Ruffo October 17, 2011 at 08:15 AM
Freedom of religion and freedom from religion. Cults recruit,they have no alternative, they cannot grow without recruiting. They look for very specific traits in the prime candidates (the mark), and Jehovah's Witnesses are no exception. The talking point Jehovah's Witnesses are TRAINED to use at the doors are clearly designed to vet for poorly developed critical thinking skills, a soured view of or disaffection from society and/or religion, and a demonstrated lack of knowledge about what the Bible teaches. Anyone who shows easy capacity with any of these will be quickly deemed "argumentative" and the discussion will be ended. The goal of door-to-door ministry is to catch people when they are more relaxed, more genial, in an environment socially predisposed to the offer of hospitality and forbearance. This is all by design. No one is thinking through how best to Scripturally explain their religious beliefs while relaxing at home, not even Jehovah's Witnesses. The religion is a cult. Freedom of religion and freedom from religion.
Thirty Years of pain April 16, 2013 at 06:52 PM
If they have to have permits to build Churches and "Kingdom Halls" and all other functions that others must prescribe to in Society then they must abide by the same ordanences that require permits to distribute materials in exchange for contributions, suggested or volunteered, from house to house to fund their criminally abusive and exploitative operations...
Thirty Years of pain April 16, 2013 at 06:58 PM
The Governing Body is facing indictments and criminal proceedings as well as a $3 Billion lawsuit in Australia as we write! Hopefully the trend will follow in the US if people will continue to report to the FBI all past and present crimes and experiences with Jehovah's Witnesses. It's okay to speak and always tell the truth! Even if you saw it or know about it and the FBI has the training, experience, equipment and global reach to deal with these brutal animals and is doing it already!
Thirty Years of pain April 16, 2013 at 07:03 PM
Go to Jwleaks.org & JWsurvey.org & JWfacts.com for more information and keep yourself updated as well as educated...something you were told never to do! Humble does not equate to stupid! Except in that religion!


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