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Hudson Police Reports for Feb. 19

Compiled by Tim Troglen Published: February 19, 2017 12:00 AM
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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.



Officer protects and saves: Police were called to a West Streetsboro Street address Feb. 13 on an EMS call. Police were told a man was unconscious and choking. "Upon arrival the Heimlich maneuver was administered until a slight breath was detected at which time the AED was hooked up to the subject but no shock was advised," according to the report. A short time later EMS arrived. The man was reported to be stable when transported to the hospital.


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Impromptu roundup nets horses: Police were called to a Terex Drive home Feb. 11 around 2:40 a.m. after someone knocked on the homeowner's door asking if she owned the four horses in her front yard. She did not own any horses, she said. The homeowner's daughter was able to gather the four horses and had them waiting for police when they arrived. Police followed horse tracks and discovered the horses had left a nearby farm. The owner was contacted and the horses returned safely home.


Suspended license reserves date with court: An officer randomly ran the license plate Feb. 7 at 1:10 a.m. of a 2004 Pontiac east bound on Terex Road. The license came back as a suspension for the Cuyahoga Falls driver. The man was pulled over and his car towed. The man was given a courtesy ride for himself and a passenger.

Need for speed reveals suspension: An Akron man was pulled over Feb. 9 around 6:50 p.m. on Stow Road for speeding. Police found out the man's license was suspended. He was cited and his car towed.

Moving violation gets driver stopped: A Stow woman was stopped Feb. 9 shortly after 6 p.m. for a moving violation on Stow Road. Police determined her driver's license was suspended, due to a failure to reinstate suspension. The driver was cited and given a courtesy ride to her residence.

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Driver runs from parked vehicle: A Seasons Road woman called police Feb. 10 shortly after 7 a.m. to report that a person who parked a Ford truck nearby and ran from the vehicle to Hudson Drive. Police checked the area and found the truck belonged to an Akron driver. There were no charges.


Woman misdials police during domestic dispute: Police received a call Feb. 11 at 2:40 a.m. from a Herrick Park Drive woman who immediately hung up. Police were dispatched to check on the caller. The caller told police she misdialed and declined any assistance from police. The woman told police her husband had been drinking and was bothering her and wanting to talk. She said that she didn't want to talk but he kept bothering her. The woman told police that the argument was verbal only and no violence or threat of violence took place. Police talked to the man who appeared "intoxicated and emotional." The officer talked to both individuals and the man told police he wouldn't bother his wife or the kids for the remainder of the night and would sleep on the couch. There were no charges.


Unresponsive woman revived with Narcan injection: A Hudson woman was found unresponsive inside a car in the parking lot of a Hudson Drive medical facility Feb. 12 shortly after 5 p.m. According to police the woman was unconscious and not responding when Narcan was administered. The woman regained consciousness and issued a summons for disorderly conduct by intoxication and released to the custody of family members on scene.


Juvenile worried about follower: A juvenile walked into the Hudson Police Department Feb. 12 just before 11 p.m. The juvenile told police a car had been following him for an unknown reason and he was worried. The juvenile requested an escort back to his home. Police escorted him home.


Victim declines to press charges: A Village Way resident told police Feb. 7 that someone had forged her name on insurance paperwork. The woman asked that it be documented only and that criminal charges not be pressed.


Sick raccoon disposed of by police: Police were called Feb. 12 at 6:21 to a Burntwood Lane home for a reported sick raccoon. The homeowner showed police the animal which was growling but could not move. The officer removed the animal from the area of the home and shot it.


Police play parent: Police were called Feb. 12 shortly after 8 p.m. to a Herrick Drive home for a juvenile being unruly. The called told police his 15-year-old daughter was "being incorrigible." The juvenile was cautioned about her behavior and released to a relative for the evening.



Twenty miles over gets man a citation: A Hudson man was stopped for driving 55 mph in a 35 mph zone on Boston Mills Road Feb. 13 at 7:14 p.m. The officer smelled alcohol on the man's breath and ran the driver through a series of sobriety tests. The man did not appear to be inebriated and was cited for speed and released.


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.

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