Parma Police Department

  • Agency: Parma Police Department
  • Address: 105 N 4th St, Parma, 83660 ID
  • Chief:
Phone: 208-722-5900
Fax: (208) 722-5139

Parma Police Department is located at 105 N 4th St, Parma, 83660 ID. The Parma Police Department phone number is 208-722-5900.

Parma Police Department News

The Parma Police Department wants to reduce the number of opiate overdoses in our community by supporting any resident who requests help with their addiction. Persons with addiction can respond to the Parma Police Department lobby on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 11am-10pm for assistance with placement into the proper treatment program.

The unidentified black male stole 3 pairs of earrings from Kay Jeweler on West Ridgewood Drive on September 17, 2018. The male is approximately 6 feet tall and has short hair and an athletic build. He ran to a silver/grey vehicle that then fled the scene. If anyone recognizes the male please contact Detective Wells at 440-887-7343.

UPDATE 11 year old Antonio Reynolds was located safe at a friends house. Thank you for sharing the previous post.

***MISSING 11 YEAR OLD*** Antonio Reynolds was last seen leaving his apartment on Knollwood Drive in Parma around 4:00 P.M. on Friday September 14th. Antonio was supposed to be going to play basketball at Marlborough Park in Parma. Antonio has not been seen or heard from since leaving his apartment. He is 4'11" and weighs approximately 98 pounds. He was last seen wearing blue superman shorts and a black T-shirt. If you have any information please contact the Parma Police Department at 440-885-1234. Please share this post so that we can find Antonio and return him home safely.

Parma Police QRT Community Outreach Program

The Parma Police Department will be conducting an OVI / Sobriety Checkpoint this evening Friday, August 17, 2018, in the 5900 block of State Rd. The checkpoint will target the southbound lanes and is scheduled to run from approximately 7:00 PM until 1:00 AM.

We are asking your assistance in identifying the female wearing the white T-shirt in the attached photographs. On August 8, 2018, this female was captured on surveillance cameras shoplifting over $1,500 in merchandise at the Ulta Beauty store located at 7735 W. Ridgewood Drive. If you can ID, please call the investigating detective at (440) 887-7316.

*Updated to reflect the Fall class....not spring.

The male shown in these photographs is unlawfully using multiple victims’ account and PIN information to access their checking accounts at various ATMs in the area. We surmise that the account information was collected using a “skimming” device where an illegal card reader is attached over payment terminals, like ATMs or gas station pumps. If you recognize this male, please contact the investigating detective at (440) 887-7316. A few tips to combat this type of scam: Keep an eye on your bank account for suspicious activity, select “credit” as a form of payment not “debit” at gas station payment to avoid using your PIN, carefully inspect the card reader before making your transaction, go inside the gas station to make your payment with the clerk when possible, and TRUST YOUR INSTINCTS: If in doubt, use another gas pump or ATM terminal.

The Parma Police Department will be conducting an OVI / Sobriety Checkpoint on Friday, August 17, 2018. The specific location and times will be announced on the day of the event.

Parma Police Department and the Cleveland Division of the FBI are seeking information about a bank robbery at the Dollar Bank on West Ridgewood Drive around 3:55 PM on Monday August 6, 2018. The suspect was armed with a semi-automatic handgun and was threatening to shoot people in the bank. Anyone with information is asked to call the Cleveland division of the FBI, Parma Police, or Crime Stoppers of Cuyahoga County. Tips can remain anonymous and reward money is available if the information leads to the successful identification and prosecution of the suspect.

The male who used a stolen credit card at Walmart on July 14th has been positively identified as 27 year old Logan McConnell. Logan was arrested at his residence on Ridge Road in Parma on August 2nd and is currently in the Parma Jail. He was also wanted for a probation violation out of Cuyahoga County Court. Logan was charged with one count of burglary in the Parma Municipal Court. The case will be transferred to the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas and reviewed for additional charges. We would like to thank the public for providing tips that led to the identification of Logan.

The Detective Bureau is seeking the public's assistance in identifying this male in connection to using a stolen credit card at Walmart on 7/14/18. The male appears to have reddish colored hair with the right side of his head shaved. It also appears the back of his head is shaved as well. All the hair appears to be on the left side of his head. He also has a slight beard. If you recognize the male please contact Detective Wells at 440-887-7343.

The Parma Auxiliary Police Unit is looking for some civic minded volunteers to join our team. Do you have what it takes "To Serve and Assist".

The male who broke into a vehicle on Day Drive on July 2nd, removed a purse, and used the victims stolen credit card at Sheetz has been positively identified as 48 year old Joseph Minite of Cleveland. Joseph was arrested at a house on Brooklyn Avenue in Cleveland on July 18th after he was found hiding in a crawl space in the attic. Parma Police would like to thank the members of the United States Marshals Service Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force who took Joseph into custody. Joseph has a lengthy criminal record dating back to the late 80’s and was also wanted by the Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Department, Adult Parole Authority, and Cleveland Police Department. We would like to thank the public for providing tips which led to the identification and arrest of Mr. Minite. Joseph was charged in the Parma Municipal Court with a felony for theft of a credit card. The case will be transferred to the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas and reviewed for additional charges.

The male using the credit card at the ATM from June 14th has been identified and we will be following up with him. As always thank you for providing information which led to his identity.

This thief smashed out a car window at a Day Drive business on July 2, 2018, and removed a purse from the vehicle. He then went to Sheetz and used a stolen credit card to buy a carton of Newport Cigarettes. We are still waiting on the video but wanted to post some screen shots to get a head start on identifying this criminal. Video will be posted soon with better quality pictures. He was wearing camouflage shorts and a red lanyard around his neck. He also has a slight beard that is grey and he was driving a white compact vehicle. If anyone knows the identity of this thief please contact Detective Wells at 440-887-7343.

Due to overwhelming response, the suspect in the stolen debit card case posted yesterday has been identified. Thank you for your assistance!

The male pictured here broke into a business on Brookpark road on July 7, 2018. If anyone recognizes this male please call Detective Klein at 440-887-7339.

The Parma Police Department would like to thank and recognize the following individuals for participating in our agency’s Citizens Police Academy: William Bower Jr., David Cisco, Janice Cisco, Snezana Cupac, Kim Dontenville, Dino Gammalo, Ritika Giju, Geoff Hawk, Richard J. Oglio Sr., Steven Riggle, Grace Roksandic, Nicole Sheppard, Michelle N. Witchey Lt. Thomas Siedlecki coordinated the 10-week session which met every Tuesday evening from 6:30-9:30pm from April 17 – June 19. The Citizens Police Academy program is intended to open the lines of communication between the Community and the Parma Police Department by allowing citizens a firsthand look at the rules, regulations and policies the police follow. The objective of the Parma Police Department’s Citizens Police Academy is not to train individuals in becoming “Police Officers,” but to produce informed citizens. The Citizens and Police Officers meet each other face to face in a neutral, friendly setting and each becomes a person to the other. In the past, citizens have simply seen a uniform, now they have an understanding about the person behind the badge. The academy is free in cost for those individuals selected. Requirements for participation are: Must be at least 18 years of age, have no criminal history other than minor traffic violations (background checks will be performed), be physically able to participate in active class training, commit to attend 10 weekly three-hour sessions, and sign required waivers and agreements. If anyone is interested in being selected for this fall’s academy (dates to be announced soon), please contact Lieutenant Thomas Siedlecki at 440-887-7329 (or tom.siedlecki@parmajustice.net) for an application and more detailed information.

**Update: This female has been identified. Thank you for your assistance.** Detectives are seeking the public's help in identifying the female in this video in regards to a credit card theft and misuse which occured on May 25th at Quick Stop Beverage on State Road. Please contact Detective Traxler at 440-887-7342 if you can identify the female. Thank you.

**Update: This individual has been identified and arrested. Thank you for assistance!** On May 10, 2018, a male stole an AED from Byers Field. Parma Police are requesting the public's assistance in identifying the suspect. Please contact Det. Mike Klein at 440-887-7339, if you can provide assistance in identifying the suspect.

PPD would like to thank Lt. Zarzeczny, Officer Jezior, and Corrections Officers Berardi and Jarvis for attending today's career expo at Valley Forge HS to speak with young men and women interested in law enforcement careers.

UPDATE on Snapchat threat at Parma HS. The investigation into this threat is ongoing between PPD and federal authorities. If anyone has info, please call PPD at 440-885-1234. Please do not share tips/info on social media accounts as these are not monitored by detectives.

Parma Police and members of the U.S. Marshals Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force have arrested a Parma man, who was wanted in connection with an incident that occurred on March 23rd in Parma. Antonio D. Boddy, age 26, listing an address in the 9600 block of Pleasant Lake Blvd, was arrested yesterday by Parma Police and U.S. Marshals Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force in the area of E. 96th Street and Miles Avenue in Cleveland. Boddy was later taken to the Cuyahoga County Jail. Boddy was arrested on warrants charging him with two counts of felonious assault on police. On March 23, 2018, Parma detectives were assisting another law enforcement agency with an investigation in the area of Pleasant Lake Apartments. Boddy, who at the time was wanted on an arrest warrant through the Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Office for probation violation, was observed in the area. When two Parma detectives approached the car and attempted to arrest Boddy, he jumped into the car being driven by his girlfriend, Chelsea Alexander, who fled from the scene nearly striking both detectives with her car. Boddy and Alexander fled the area and led Parma Police on a pursuit which was eventually terminated on Interstate 77 in Independence. Alexander later turned herself in to Parma Police and has been charged in connection with this incident. The Parma Police Department would like to thank the U.S. Marshals Service and the members of the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force for their assistance with capturing Boddy.