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Hudson Police reports for April 26

Compiled By TIM TROGLEN Reporter Published: April 26, 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.

 

MISSING PERSON

He was gone, he was back: Police were called to an Atterbury Boulevard residence April 15 around 9:50 a.m. for a 90-year-old man who had been reported missing by his wife. The man has been known to walk the property but has never left. A few minutes later a neighbor flagged down the officer and said the missing man was at a nearby bagel shop. The man appeared to be in good health and declined medical attention, according to police. The man returned home without incident.

 

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SCHOOL BUS VIOLATION

Drivers continue to violate: Police sent a warning letter to a driver April 11 who did not stop for a school bus April 10 shortly after 8:30 a.m. near Darrow and Georgetown roads. Cars failing to yield to school bus stop signs have been reported with an increasing frequency in the last several months and have prompted bus drivers to appear before the BOE and City Council to try and find solutions.

 

They have your number: The Petermann School Bus Company told police April 11 just before 5:24 a.m. that a "black Buick driven by a clean shaven, middle aged white male who was not wearing glasses" did not stop on Stow Road for the bus. The driver gave the car's license number to police who then mailed a warning letter to the vehicle's owner.

 

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FIRE--VEHICLE

Isn't that illegal? Hudson police were called to state Route 303 near Martin Drive April 11 shortly before 5:30 a.m. for traffic control while Hudson Fire put out a fire which had ignited in a trash truck. A cause was not listed nor was a damage estimate. There were no listed injuries.

 

FOUND PROPERTY

Tablets found while weeding: A worker found a glass container with several white tablets with an "N" stamped in them April 12 around 12:55 p.m. while weeding a South Main Street property. Police believed the pill container was a container used to carry nitroglycerin pills. The botle was placed into the dump box at the Hudson Police Department.

 

TELECOMMUNICATIONS HARASSMENT

Unwelcome texts reported: A Lakedge Court woman called police April 13 just before 8 a.m. to report her 13-year-old daughter had been reviving unwelcome texts from an unidentified seventh-grader at Hudson Middle School.

WELFARE CHECK

Cat's in the cradle? Police were called to the area of East Case Drive and Milford Road April 13 around 7:30 a.m. after a resident reported that someone was being chased through their neighborhood. Police searched the area and eventuality found a father and son. No violence had occurred, according to police.

SUSPICION

Thou shalt not practice duplicity: Staff members at a West Streetsboro Street church called police April 13 around 3 p.m. after asking a man to leave and never come back. According to the report staffers said the man, from Akron, had visited them begging for charity. However, church members knew the man to have a "history of duplicity (double-dealing) and criminality, so they asked him to leave and admonished him never to return."

DRIVING UNDER SUSPENSION

Suspended license gets car towed: A Cleveland woman was issued a citation April 15 at 3:23 p.m. on I-480 near Middleton Road after being stopped after a vehicle registration check showed her license was suspended. Two passengers refused to identify themselves. Police removed the passengers from the car and searched the car.

Police issued a citation for driving with a failure to reinstate suspension. The vehicle was towed by Interstate Towing. All three occupants were transported to Pizza Hut on Route 91 in Twinsburg after being patted down for weapons with their permission.

TIPS LINE

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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