Police cannot locate crawling woman: A caller told police Oct. 19 shortly after 11 a.m. that a woman was seen crawling out of a car near the intersection of Stow Road and Route 303. The caller told police that after the woman crawled out of the car, "another occupant" put the woman back into the car. The woman again crawled from the car and walked away. The woman, car and occupant were gone when police arrived.
BREAKING AND ENTERING
Brews burgled from garage: A Hudson Park Drive caller reported a burglary Oct. 21 shortly after 6:30 p.m. The resident told police that someone had stolen a six-pack of seasonal flavored beer from her locked garage refrigerator. The beer was valued at $14. There were no signs of forced entry and no suspects, according to police.
Non-English yelling brings police: A Virginia Drive resident called police Oct. 23 just after 9 p.m. and reported hearing yelling coming from a nearby backyard. The caller also told police the yelling did not sound English. No one was outside when police arrived. One of the residents talked to police and told them he was unaware of any yelling in his backyard. However, he did admit to being in the backyard singing. There were no charges.
Relationship problems causes stop: A 16-year-old Macedonia driver was pulled over Oct. 22 at 7:45 p.m. after a Hudson Police officer saw the boy's car alternatively speeding up, slowing and drifting left of center southbound in the 5000 block of Stow Road, all while the car's hazard lights were on. The officer made a traffic stop to see if the driver was impaired. According to police, the boy was shaking and crying and told the officer he was having relationship problems and admitted he probably shouldn't be driving. The officer allowed the driver to call a family member to drive him home. The driver was not cited.
Kitties culprit in alarm drop: Police were notified Oct. 23 around 7:15 p.m. that a family's room motion alarm was activated in the 5000 block of Darrow Road. Police arrived and checked all the accessible exterior doors and windows of the home. Everything looked secure, according to police. The homeowner exited the house and told police her cats tripped the motion sensor and that everything was OK. The cats were not charged.
Winds possible cause of alarm: Police responded to an alarm drop Oct. 18, shortly before 11 a.m., at an Industrial Parkway business. Police checked the exterior, which was secure. According to the report, the likely cause of the alarm was high winds in the area and a faulty door.
Nine-year-old sets off alarm: Police were called to a Stratford Road home Oct. 22 shortly after 1 a.m. to investigate a basement motion sensor alarm drop. It was discovered that the resident's 9-year-old daughter set the alarm off.
OPERATING A VEHICLE WHILE INTOXICATED
Car crashes into church sign: Police responded to an Atterbury Boulevard church Oct. 18 shortly after 9 p.m. for a one-car crash. A 53-year-old Hudson man crashed into an outdoor sign belonging to the church. The man submitted to a breath test and was found to have a .230 percent alcohol content. Ohio's legal limit is .08 percent. The man was arrested and taken to Macedonia Jail to await a hearing. Damage totals for the sign and car were not listed.
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