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.
Oil caused $5,000 damages to hole: Police were called to Lake Forest Country Club May 10 just before 7 a.m. after employees discovered someone had vandalized the green on the 18th hole. According to police someone poured a 75-foot patch of motor oil on the green causing $5,000 in damages. There are no suspects at this time.
Tires slashed: An employee of a Darrow Road business told police someone had slashed all four tires of her car May 12 around midnight. The woman had recently had one tire slashed. It was replaced. There was no damage total listed.
Stumbling man worries caller: A caller alerted police May 9 shortly after 1 p.m. after seeing a man wearing a leather jacket stumbling in a hudson drive parking lot. Police discovered the man was visiting a doctor's office and the severe pain caused him to stumble.
Officer trades badge for halo: A Hudson police officer took the term "protect and serve" to a different level May 14 when he was called to disabled vehicle call around 9:45 on state Route 8. The woman's car had a front flat tire. The officer changed the woman's tire so she would not have to wait for a tow.
Police remove worker: A Barlow Road business owner called police May 10 around 1:10 p.m. and asked for help to remove an employee who refused to leave. There were no arrests.
No pay -- no play: Police were called May 12 to Ranett Avenue after two men were soliciting houses in the area. Police asked the men, who were from utah, if they had a permit to solicit. They did not and were warned and released.
They paid -- they can play: Police were called to Canterbury Drive May 15 just before 9 p.m. to check on two solicitors. Both were found to have the proper permits.
Cars blocked motorcycle course: Police were called May 13 to Hudson High School around 6:45 a.m. after an instructor found two cars blocking the motorcycle certification course. Police contacted the owners and the vehicles were removed without incident.
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Woman blows three times legal limit: A Brunswick woman was arrested and charged with OVI May 13 shortly before midnight after police were called by a driver who said a vehicle contained a possible intoxicated driver. Police found the car and the driver who seemed to smell of alcohol and had bloodshot eyes. The driver refuse to take field sobriety tests. She consented to a breath sample which registered .24. The legal limit in Ohio is .08. The woman was arrested and released to family members and given a signature bond.
Vehicle window broken: Police were called to a Darrow Road business may 11 shortly after 5 p.m. after a woman reported the driver side passenger window to her jeep was broken. The woman told police that a co-worker was parked next to her and when she came back from lunch around 1:30 p.m. The window was fine. Police checked in and around the vehicle but could not determine what struck the window. There was no damage total listed.
Woman with PTSD causes concern: Police were called to a Middleton Road home May 11 around 9:50 p.m. after a woman, who her family said has PSTD, left the home. However she returned a short time later and was in good mental health, according to police.
Falling papers raise alarm: Police responded to a clinton street business May 11 just before 11 p.m. after the alarm company registered some sort of activity inside. Police met the key holder and checked the building. There was no sign of criminal activity. Police believe a stack of falling papers may have set off the alarm.
Child gets locked in vehicle: Police were called to Norton Road May 12 around 11:15 a.m. for a vehicle which had become locked with a child inside. Police responded and used a wedge to gain entry to the car. There were no charges and no reported injuries.
Big bang could lead to galaxy of problems: A Berks Way resident called police May 13 shortly after 10:30 p.m. and reported hearing a loud bang and her front door opened. The woman told police she left the house. Police later found a group of 10 juveniles wandering the neighborhood and knocking on residents' doors and running away. The juveniles in question were located and released to their parents. The case was referred to the juvenile bureau for review.
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.