Here are this week's most bizarre police reports. All information was provided by police reports from departments in Patch communities. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
Bank robber proves pen is mightier than gun
Steven C. Dagostine, 43, of Tallmadge, was charged Feb. 26 with aggravated robbery, a first-degree felony, in connection with a Huntington Bank heist in Cuyahoga Falls.
Fortunately, police did not have to track him down as Dagostine was already being held in Summit County Jail on a separate robbery charge.
On Feb. 24, Dagostine allegedly walked into the Giant Eagle-Huntington Bank, handed the teller a note demanding money and fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.
According to Cuyahoga Falls police, he claimed to have a gun, but was reportedly unarmed.
Westlake Police are looking for the thief (or thieves) who broke into a home on Hollywood Drive on Feb. 16 and stole jewelry and two frozen turkeys.
Neighbors told police that they saw an unfamiliar red Ford F-150 pickup truck in the driveway that afternoon.
Residents said the man and a woman who were in that truck went up to two homes in the neighborhood. At different times, they claimed to be looking for old Army buddies or a sister, police said.
Rolling in style
A clerk at Circle K on Pearl Road told Strongsville police a woman came in about 3 a.m. Feb. 23 and gave her a hard time about not having a public restroom.
A man then joined her in the gas station with an open container of alcohol and started rolling a joint, a report said.
Both left in a limo-type car that did not have a front license plate.
Watch your step
At about noon on Feb. 21, a woman fell into a partially open manhole in the 24600 block of Chagrin Boulevard.
Beachwood firefighters took her to South Pointe Hospital, where she received medical treatment.
A drunken wanderer caused concern among residents on two streets on Feb. 24, according to a Strongsville police report.
An Applewood Lane resident called police about a man walking around the common area.
About five minutes later, someone on Abigail Lane reported a man wearing a baseball cap in a back yard, just staring at a house.
Officers called in a police dog and found the man stumbling down Winding Trail. He told officers he was lost, but they didn't buy it.
He was cited for disorderly conduct.