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Hudson Police Reports for Nov. 13

by Tim Troglen Published: November 13, 2016 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.

 

TRESPASSING

Driver not happy with political statement: A Hayden Parkway man told police Nov. 1 that a white male driving a blue Hyundai stopped in front of his house around 12:30 p.m., walked into his front yard and attempted to remove his "HILLARY for PRISON" sign. The man stopped after seeing the homeowner.

OPEN DOOR

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Mystery man keeps appearing in home: A Winterberry Drive resident called police Nov. 6 at 6:46 a.m. to report the front door and windows of a nearby house were open. Police checked the home and believe the owner is living there "on occasion." Police found nothing suspicious and locked the front door.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

Bricks of a different color: A Plantation Drive woman called police Nov. 6 shortly after 6:30 p.m. to report that a portion of the brick foundation of her home had been painted lime green. The woman told police this was the third time since August. According to police, the section was neatly painted and measured about 12 inches wide and 18 inches tall. The woman also reported two sets of new scratches near the painted spot. One appeared to have been done with an orbital spinning object, according to police.

IDENTITY THEFT

Bank info compromised: A Norton Road woman told police Nov. 6 shortly after 7:30 a.m. that she tried to use a credit card but it was declined. She found out someone used her card to make fraudulent purchases for more than $300 in Michigan. Her bank was notified and is investigating.

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Personal info stolen: A Canterbury Road resident told police Nov.1 that someone had attempted to open a credit card using his personal information.

The attempt was unsuccessful.

Credit card account used without permission: A Williamsburg Circle resident told police Nov. 3, that someone tried to use her credit card account without permission. The purchases were more than $1,000. The bank is investigating.

THEFT

Flower cart stolen: Police were called to a Darrow Road business Nov. 5 just before 8 p.m. to investigate a missing flower cart. According to police, surveillance video showed two white men, one wearing a light-color blue shirt and another wearing a blue cap, walking away pushing the empty cart, valued at $500.

Blower stolen during morning meal: A Hudson man told police Nov. 7 that a backpack leaf blower was taken from the back of his pickup truck around 8 a.m. while is was parked in an Acme Plaza fast food restaurant's parking lot. The blower was valued at $450.

Old Glory and Ohio flag stolen: A Hines Hill Road resident called police Nov. 7 shortly after 6 p.m. that an American and Ohio flag were stolen from the front yard. Two brackets holding the flags were also damaged. The loss was valued at $54.

Political yard sign swiped: A North Main Street resident reported Nov. 7 around 3 p.m. that his Hillary Clinton campaign sign was taken from his yard. The sign was valued at $1. According to police reports, several signs for both candidates have been stolen or damaged in the weeks prior to the election.

BREAKING AND ENTERING

Various items taken from vacant home: An officer notice a vehicle parked at a vacant Ravenna Road home Nov. 3 shortly after 11 a.m. The investigating officer noticed a push cart with several pieces of tile on it. The officer noticed the home had been broken into and several appliances were missing. There was no damage total listed. Police are investigating.

Tips Line: To call the Tips Line, phone 330-342-1820.


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