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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.
Whoops there he is: Police were called to the Hudson City School bus garage on Owen Brown Street Feb. 23 shortly after 7 p.m. after it was reported a suspicious man was inside the fence shining a flashlight at people driving by. Police discovered the man was the fuel delivery person who had gotten locked inside the gate by mistake. A key was found and the man was set free.
Cable guy channels fear: A Scarlet Oak Drive caller reported Feb. 25 shortly after 8 p.m. that a suspicious man was walking behind some local condos. Police found the man and identified him as a cable installer who was placing a new line in a home. There were no arrests.
Running man gone: Police were called to a West Firelands Drive home Feb. 21 just before 9:30 p.m. for a reported suspicious man running through backyards. Upon arrival the subject was already gone and did not leave any tracks. The resident who called police walked around her property did not see any damage.
Vehicle abandoned without tags: Police were called Feb. 23 at 9 p.m. to investigate an abandoned and disabled vehicle partially in the highway along I-480 east near Frost Road. The black Nissan Quest had been at the location for a few days. Police made an attempt to contact the Ravenna owner and finally told someone at the number they called that the owner could be cited.
Lottery tickets missing: Police were called to a West Streetsboro Street grocery store Feb. 24 at 8:51 a.m. after three Ohio Lottery tickets were reported missing. The missing tickets were sealed with plastic wrapping and stored in a secured drawer at the front counter before being taken, according to police. The tickets had not been activated and were worth nothing, however lottery officials wanted a police report made to protect the store from being billed. Ohio Lottery officials are investigating.
Pokemon Go gets pair warned: Police noticed a white sedan Feb. 24 just before 8 p.m. parked in Barlow Farm Park. The hood of the unoccupied car was still warm, according to police. A few minutes later an aunt and her niece walked out out of the park. They told police they were playing Pokemon Go. They were warned about park hours and let go without incident.
Pokemon more: While on patrol Feb. 24 at 9:12 p.m. an officer noticed a red Ford F-150 with its lights on parked inside Marklille Cemetery. The driver told police he was playing Pokemon and that he was alone. The man was not cited. It was unknown if the man scored a Pokemon.
Key fob passes test: Police responded to a Feb. 25 alarm drop at a Berks Way home around 9 a.m. The alarm indicated a hold up. However the resident told police she was checking her emergency key fob.
Dogs may not be alarm's best friend: Police were called to a Haymarket Way home Feb. 28 shortly after 4 p.m. for an interior alarm drop. Police checked the house, which was secure. However there were dogs running loose in the home.
Lights flashing but no train: Police were dispatched Feb. 25 shortly after 12:30 a.m. to the Barlow Road railroad tracks near a local toy company for a report of the lights flashing but no train on the tracks. Police notified the railroad for the repair.
Police called for couple's closeted issue: Police were dispatched to an East Hines Hill Road home Feb. 25 at 7:41 a.m. for a domestic dispute involving a couple and their closet. The husband and wife both admitted to taking their own items and tossing them on the wrong side of a shared walk-in closet. Police asked both to seek peaceful a resolution to their issue. There were no citations.
Damaged lock won't close: While on a Feb. 25 alarm drop at 8:39 p.m. on Harland Drive police inspected the front door where the alarm was indicated. The door handle was in the locked position but looked old and there appeared to be damage to the locking mechanism. The damage was not allowing the door to close properly. The homeowner was not there, but a relative was contacted.
Someone dumps Trump sign: Police were called to 36 Acres Lane Feb. 21 at 8:20 p.m. after a man reported his sign touting Donald Trump's "three more years" in office had been removed. Police could not find the sign. However, later the man called and told police he found the sign in some nearby bushes. There are no suspects.
Credit card used without permission: A Bradford Way woman told police Feb. 21 that someone used her credit card account to make two purchases at a fishing tackle shop which totaled $1,177. An investigation is pending.
Deer statues damaged: A Sunset Drive woman told police Feb. 21 that an unknown person damaged two deer and a coach man statue in her front yard. It appeared a rock was used to break an antler off one of the deer, according to police. The damage was listed at $50.
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.