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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.
Police investigate theft: A Burr Oak Way resident visited the Hudson Police station March 22 to report a home theft. The missing items include two camera lenses valued at $4,000, a $1,000 gift card, a $350 gift card, a $200 gift card, a makeup kit $120 and several blank checks. Police are investigating.
Check taken from resident: Police responded to a resident at Laurel Lake Drive March 23 for the reported theft of $200. The investigation is pending.
Can't hear me now? A man dropped off an older-style orange Samsung cell phone to the Hudson Police Department March 22 around 10:50 a.m. The phone was found at Barlow Park Farm, near the pond, March 9. The phone, a model SGH T749, would not power on. Officers looked for a power cord which would charge the phone for identification, but none was found. The phone was placed into evidence.
Dropped phone gets driver charged: A Maple Heights woman was charged with possession of marijuana March 25 at 2:40 a.m. after police spotted her car stopped eastbound on Terex Road with the headlights on. As a Hudson Police Officer pulled up and approached the car, the officer asked the driver if everything was OK. According to the driver, the passenger had dropped her cell phone and they were looking for it. The officer detected the smell of possible marijuana in the car. The officer searched the car and found a small plastic bag in the middle console containing what was identified as marijuana. The driver was charged with possessing marijuana, cited and released. The passenger was no cited.
OPERATING VEHICLE WHILE INTOXICATED
Woman almost three times over legal limit: Police responded to a Darrow Road eatery March 25 around 8:10 p.m. for a woman who was reported to be passed out in her car and breathing shallow. Police found the woman sitting in her car with Hudson EMS on the scene. The officer detected the odor of alcohol. The woman's vitals were fine so the officer asked her if she would come back to the station to attempt field sobriety tests. She agreed. She failed and ended up blowing a .211 percent alcohol breath sample, over the legal limit of .08. She was arrested and charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and physical control. She was charged and released to a friend.
Man revived after heroin overdose: Police were called to Willow Lake Drive for a suspected heroin overdose March 25 around 8:30 p.m. Hudson EMS administered an anti-opioid drug. The 33-year-old was revived and transported to the hospital, according to police.
To protect, serve and wake up: A Connecticut Woods woman called police and asked them to check on her teenage son March 25 shortly after 10:30 a.m. The son was supposed to be home, but he was not answering the phone. The son was OK when the police visited the home. The boy told police he did not hear the phone because he overslept.
Missing teen calls mom: A Bard Lane Drive mom called police worried about her teenage daughter who was late returning home from a March 25 trip to the library around 7:41 p.m. As the woman was giving a description of her daughter to a responding officer, the girl called her mom. The daughter had went to a friend's house and neglected to respond to her mother's calls.
Pole dancing anyone? Police were called to Atterburry Boulevard March 21 shortly before 6 a.m. for a reported overhead light pole which had been hit and damaged. Police believe a vehicle left the roadway and struck the pole, knocking it off of the base. The pole was carried or dragged by the vehicle and found in the roadway near Sussex, according to police. Tire marks indicated the offending vehicle could be a light duty truck or medium sized SUV.
The vehicle would likely have damage to the front bumper and grill, hood, roof and possibly the driver side mirror.
The damage amount was not listed.
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.