Police chief's son's car allegedly stolen

Posted at 10:54 PM, Mar 05, 2016

A police source tells NewsChannel5 that Police Chief Calvin Williams son’s car was stolen from a gas station in Euclid after he got out of the vehicle and left the car running with the keys inside.

An unknown female climbed into the car and sped off. A loaded 9mm Smith and Wesson was left in the back seat, the source said.

A broadcast was sent out over all Cleveland radio channels as authorities searched the area for the missing vehicle.

The car is described as a 2011 Chevrolet Impala bearing a license plate FSP4399.

Cleveland police officials could not confirm the details surrounding the incident or if the Impala belongs to Williams’ son.


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