BURGLARYShotgun taken: A Stow Road resident reported Sept. 14 at 8:36 p.m. a burglary occurred in which a $1,295 double-barreled shotgun, $20 worth of shotgun shells and $400 in cash were taken. Entry was made through a rear sliding door near the kitchen. Police are investigating.
THEFT Stolen vehicle: An employee at a Darrow Road business reported Sept. 6 at 10:45 a.m. a U-Haul truck was stolen. Police are investigating. Stolen campaign sign: A Middleton Road woman reported Sept. 8 that a campaign sign was stolen from her front yard.
Engine engulfed in flames: A car fire was reported Sept. 1 at 9:19 a.m. in the rear of a parking lot at 750 W. Streetsboro Street. Police said when they arrived, the car's engine was completely engulfed in flames. The Hudson Fire Department arrived and extinguished the flames. No injuries were reported.
ALCOHOL- ANDDRUG-RELATEDImpaired driver: A 46-year-old Hudson woman was charged with driving while under the influence Aug. 28 at 4:26 p.m. on Boston Mills Road. Police were summoned following a motor vehicle crash at the intersection of Boston Mills Road and Route 303.
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Truck parked on road: On Aug. 21 at 6:40 p.m., police said they checked on a semi truck and trailer that had been parked on the side of Route 8 southbound since Aug. 19. Police said they contacted the driver, who said he wasn't allowed to drive any more miles so he parked the vehicle.
Homeowner needs help with a bat: An officer was called to a Brunswick Lane home Aug. 6 at 4:04 a.m. to assist the homeowner in removing a bat from the home. According to the police report, the officer turned off all the interior lights and opened the front door. The bat flew out the door.
Intoxicated boyfriend: A Darrow Road woman having an argument with her intoxicated boyfriend called police to intervene July 30 shortly before midnight. The male decided to spend the night elsewhere. No charges were filed.
Their big-truck dreams will come true Saturday, Aug. 6 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., in Munroe Falls Metro Park’s Lake Area (521 S. River Rd., Munroe Falls).
Burglary / breaking and entering Lock box broken: A real estate agent handling a bank foreclosed home on West Streetsboro Street reported several items were missing from a house where she was inventorying the contents July 20.
Resident fears she is being stalked: A 38-year-old Hudson woman called police July 14 at 11 a.m. after she observed a vehicle circling in her neighborhood. She told police the same vehicle had been at her work. Police are investigating.
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Coach arrested: A 29-year-old soccer coach from Cuyahoga Falls was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct July 11 after an incident involving a participant in a soccer camp at Western Reserve Academy. A Stow Municipal Court hearing is slated for July 26.
Drug related Three suspects apprehended: An 18-year-old Hudson man and two 17-year-old Hudson females were apprehended June 28 at 3 a.m. after an officer observed them inside a church on Atterbury Boulevard. When the officer pulled into the lot, he saw the three run and hide.
Fireworks start grass fire: An officer was dispatched to Valley View Road June 22 at 5:42 p.m. to assist the Hudson Fire Department with a grass fire. According to the police report, the fire was started after a resident shot off a Roman candle. The resident was warned about the state law on fireworks.
Burglary / breaking and entering $7,000 in cash taken: An Old Orchard Drive resident called police June 16 at 7 p.m. after discovering a bank bag and $7,000 in cash stolen from the home. According to the police report, there were no signs of forced entry. An investigation is pending.
Criminal mischief / vandalism Mailbox damaged: A Canterbury Drive resident said June 13 that his mailbox was damaged sometime during the night. There was a footprint on the downed box. Loss was placed at $50.
Hudson United Soccer Club boys' age 10-and-younger team is runner-up in Medina.
Hudson United Soccer Club age 8-and-younger team wins Gold Division title in Medina.
Hudson PowerHoops seventh-grade boys basketball team wins title in Middleburg Heights.
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AnimalNutty call brings police: Police were called to a Bridgeton Drive home June 2 shortly after 7 p.m. to investigate a "squirrel that was bothering kids" outside of their home. The caller told police he trapped the squirrel because it kept "following him down Bridgeton Drive.
Drug related Domestic dispute prompts drug discovery: A domestic dispute in the street brought police to a Hudson residence May 30 at 10 a.m. where they discovered illegal drugs, drug paraphernalia and illegal drug manufacturing.