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Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by local law enforcement agencies or the Hudson Police Department. It is not intended to be all inclusive.
Source of broken glass not found: Police were called to a Brandywine Drive Jan. 4 shortly before 4 a.m. after a neighbor reportedly heard glass breaking. Police could not find the source of the sound.
Lost credit card returned to owner: A resident dropped off a credit card to the Hudson Police station Jan. 4 at 1:15 p.m. The card was found near an Aurora Street church. When the owner came to claim it, he told police the card was lost earlier that day while shopping.
Request for donations bring police: A Park Lane resident called police Jan. 9 shortly after 2 p.m. and reported that a woman who "was described as being autistic" was asking people for donations for disability awareness. Police searched the area and found a mother who was driving her daughter, who has Down Syndrome, around asking for area businesses for donations for a non-profit organization. According to police there was nothing suspicious about the daughter's actions.
Rock breaks windshield: A Hudson woman told police Jan. 9 that while she was driving her 2006 Lexus in Boston Heights, a rock was kicked up from the ground by a truck in November and broke her windshield. She was referred to Boston Heights Police to make a report. The damage estimate was not listed.
Woman hopes ring fell off finger: A Laurel Lake Drive woman told police Jan. 6 that a ring had been missing since Dec. 12. The ring, worth more than $10,000, is yellow gold with a large diamond. The woman could not provide more specific details. According to the woman she never took the ring off and thinks it may have slipped off her finger.
Multiple fake checks written on account: A Herrick Park Drive man told police Jan. 4 that someone had written several fake checks on his account. The total amount was not listed. The man's bank is investigating.
Beam detector alerts police: Police were dispatched Jan. 4 at 3:48 a.m. to the West Prospect Street sub station for a beam detector alarm. Upon arrival police searched the area and could find no reason for the beam alert.
Wind suspected in alarm drop: Police were called to a Chadbourne Drive home Jan. 4 at 9:43 a.m. by an alarm company which detected an open front door. Upon arrival police found the front door open. There were no signs of forced entry. However, the door's lock bolt was not latched. Police believe the wind blew the door open.
Wind again the culprit: Police were called to a Hines Hill Road home Jan. 4 at 9:50 a.m. for a reported front door alarm. Police found the door ajar. Everything appeared secure. It was probably the wind, police said.
Raccoon removed from yard: A Ridgewood Drive woman called police Jan. 4 around 8:45 a.m. to report a raccoon in her yard. The officer found the raccoon huddled against a tree in the backyard. The officer snared the animal, which did not appear to be sick, and released it in a swampy area across the street from the home.
OTHER POLICE ACTIVITY
Man accused of begging for food: Workers at a Darrow Road restaurant called police Jan. 4 at 8:17 p.m. and reported a man was in the dining area asking for food. Upon arrival police found the man sitting in the area drinking a can of soda. The man told police he had missed his bus and was waiting for the next one. Police asked the man to leave and wait for the bus outside. He did. There were no charges.
911 HANG UP
Cause of 911 call unknown: Police were dispatched to a West Streetsboro Street office for a reported incomplete 911 call. Upon arrival police found an open door. The building was searched and everything appeared secure. Police could not find the cause of the call.
No harm, no foul, no charges: Police were dispatched to a Stratford Road home for a reported domestic dispute between a husband and wife. According to police the dispute was verbal only with no violence of threat of violence. There were no charges.
The Hudson Police Department's Tips Line provides a confidential avenue for individuals to report criminal or suspected criminal activity. The Tips Line is not a substitute for the immediate reporting of events or situations in progress that require an immediate police response. Although callers may remain anonymous, police would prefer all callers reveal their identity as a source of contact should further clarification be necessary. To call the Tips Line, phone 330-342-1820.