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Police Reports

Published: June 11, 2017 12:00 AM

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.

THEFT

Firearms taken from trunk of vehicle: Police were called June 2 to a Herrick Park Drive home around 8 a.m. for a reported theft of two firearms from a vehicle. The owner, who has a valid concealed carry permit, said he keeps the trunk locked. He also told police that the HK .9mm handgun, worth $700 and the Springfield .45 caliber handgun worth $490 had been in his trunk for about a month and could have been taken any time in that time period from a variety of cities.

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IDENTITY THEFT

Ride sharer used stolen debit card number: A Bridgeton Drive woman told police June 6 around 8 a.m. that someone had used her debit card number to charge $210 in rides with a ride sharing service. Her bank advised her to cancel the card and make a report with police. The bank is investigating.

ALARM DROP

Who's been sleeping in that bed? Police were dispatched to a Cheshire Road home for a residential garage alarm drop. Police arrived and found the garage man door slightly open and the door to the interior unlocked.While the first officer waited for backup he checked and found other doors unlocked. As the officers entered the home and announced their presence the dogs begin to bark, but no one appeared to be home. Police noticed the garage man door had been splintered and broken. As they continued checking the rooms a male was found to be sleeping in a bed. The male appeared confused and told police he did not hear the alarm, the dogs or their yelling. The male turned off the alarm and told police the damage from the garage door was old. There were no charges.

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SUSPICION

Landscaper wary of mysterious truck: A local landscaper told police May 30 at 9:47 a.m. that a red truck had been following one of his employees around town. The truck would stop when the landscaping vehicles stopped and then disappear for a while. Nothing had been taken from the landscaping truck; however, the owner of the business was worried and wanted to make police aware.

DRUG RELATED

Man revived after possible overdose: A resident was revived by EMS and Police May 30 shortly after 4:30 p.m. after he reportedly overdosed on some sort of drug. The man was revived and transported to the hospital after receiving a shot of Naloxone.

SOLICITING BUSINESS

Magazine salesperson warned: A person was warned May 30 around 6:50 for selling magazines without a permit on Ashbrooke Way.

OPERATING VEHICLE

WHILE INTOXICATED

Police stop driver thanks to 911 call: A 911 call alerted police to an erratic driver May 30 just after 7 p.m. near Darrow and Barlow roads. Police found the driver who was stopped and given a breath test. The driver had a .259 blood alcohol content (.08 is Ohio's limit). The driver was arrested and charged with OVI.

SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE

Unknown man parked in drive frightens homeowner: A Barlow Road resident called police May 31 around 10:15 and reported an unmarked white box van had parked in her driveway.

The driver got out and walked to the rear door of the home and after a few minutes walked back to the van and left.

PROPERTY FOUND

Lost phone, recovered: A resident turned a lost iphone in to police June 1 just before 11 a.m. The owner was located and the phone returned.

TRAFFIC COMPLAINT

Speeding car not found: An Olde Farm Lane resident told police June 6 around 9:45 p.m. that a car was driving fast and reckless through the neighborhood. Police searched the are and could not find the car.

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. Conversation opened. 2 messages. All messages read.


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