Credit card used for unauthorized cash advances: A 70-year-old Hudson woman said March 5 that someone used her credit card for unauthorized cash advances totaling $8,302.85. An investigation is pending, according to a police spokesperson.
Possible identity theft: A 78-year-old Hudson male said March 5 that there was suspicious activity on his bank card in the amount of $22.30. The incident has not been ruled out as a clerical error but the man canceled his credit card, according to the police report.
Book bag and contents stolen: A Hudson Drive business man said March 6 that someone stole a book bag from his unlocked office sometime after noon. The bag, valued at $20, contained credit cards, a $10 book, a $25 wallet and a $200 phone.
open door or window
Open door found: An officer on patrol checked a vacation watch home and discovered an open garage man door and an interior door open March 6 at 7:55 a.m. He checked the home which appeared to be in normal condition and secured the doors, according to the police report.
Unsecured door: An officer conducting a business check on Darrow Road March 7 at 3:35 a.m. discovered an unsecured door. Officers checked the interior of the building which appeared to be in order. The officer reported this was the second time he had found an unsecured door at the business so a notice was left for the employees.
Resident finds door unsecured: A Ravenna Street woman called police March 8 after she returned home to find a door unsecured. Officers checked the home and the interior appeared to be untouched. After the door knob was examined, it was believed that the door was not fully closed upon the resident's departure, according to the police report.
Suspicious male: A caller said March 7 that there was a suspicious male walking near the middle school on North Oviatt Street making obscene gestures to passing cars at 7:48 a.m. Officers checked the area but were unable to locate the subject.
Suspicious footprints: A Nathan Court woman said March 5 at 6:37 p.m. that there were suspicious footprints in the snow outside her window, possibly made by someone looking in the window. Police could find no other signs of criminal activity.
Suspicious person: An employee of East Woods School said there was a suspicious female smoking a cigarette while sitting on the loading dock March 6 at 10 a.m. An officer could not locate the suspect.
Suspicious activity: A Keswick Drive resident said March 7 at 10 p.m. that she believed someone attempted to enter her home. She said she couldn't find anything missing and said she believed someone was spooked because her mother was there. Officers could find no footprints or other signs anyone was on the property, according to the police report.
Suspicious noises: A Barlow Road resident said there were sounds coming from her garage attic March 10 shortly before midnight. Officers responded but could find nothing inside the attic.
In-law trespasses: A Hudson man said March 7 that his estranged brother-in-law was trespassing in his yard at 5:55 a.m. and pounding on his window. No arrest was made.
Man not welcome on premises: Police were called to Laurel Lake Drive March 11 at 8 a.m. to remove a man who was told the week before to leave and not return. The 25-year-old Akron man was arrested by police and charged with criminal trespassing. After processing he was released to Brecksville Police who had a warrant out for his arrest in another matter, according to a police spokesperson.
Bus driver concerned about juvenile: A school bus driver told police March 8 at 7:10 a.m. that he observed a youth outside with no coat and no adult supervision on North Oviatt Street. Officers discovered the youth was being cared for by an older brother who was asleep and didn't realize the younger brother, 7, was outside. No action was taken.
driving under suspension
Akron woman cited: A 28-year-old Akron woman was stopped for a random registration check on West Streetsboro Street March 6 at 3:05 p.m. and was cited for driving with a suspended license. She was cited and released and her vehicle was towed.