Police Beat

 AKRON POLICE BEAT

JANUARY 28, THRU FEBRUARY 3, 2019

01/28 – A disturbance was reported on Churchill Street, the investigation is continuing.

  An alarm was reported on Jackson Street, it was accidental.

  Patrol responded to a first-aid call at a Cedar Street business.

  A Churchill Street resident reported receiving harassing messages online, they were advised.

  A hit/run property damage accident was reported on Church Street, a parked car was damaged.

  Erratic operation was reported on Main Road, the vehicle was stopped. The driver was checked and advised.

  Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Bloomingdale Road.

01/29 – Disorderly persons were reported on Eckerson Avenue, all parties were separated and advised.

  Patrol responded to a medical alarm on Westgate Avenue, it was accidental.

01/30 – Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Marshall Avenue.

  Illegal parking was reported on Clinton Street, the owner was notified.

  A car went into the ditch on Crittenden Road, it was winched out.

  An injury accident was investigated on Buell Street, two vehicles were involved. One person was taken to the hospital

  Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Maple Road.

  A car went into the ditch on Main Road, the owner made their own arrangements to have it removed.

01/31 – Patrol assisted a Monroe Street resident with a broken water pipe.

  A car went into the ditch on Parkview Drive, it was towed out.

  A hit/run property damage accident was reported on Main Street, the other vehicle returned to the scene and exchanged information.

  Patrol responded to a first-aid call at a Cedar Street business.

02/01 – A fire alarm was reported on Westgate Avenue, it was a malfunction.

  Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Wesley Drive.

  A car went off the road on Buell Street, the driver was issued a summons for violating the driving ban and given a ride to work.

  A car went off the road on Wesley Drive, the owner will have removed.

02/03 – A fire alarm was reported on Bloomingdale Road, it was a malfunction.

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