I had a request to get the Erie County Sheriff’s blotter. You asked for it, here it is! We will now be posting AKRON POLICE AND ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF REPORTS every monday!
Here is Erie County for now, I think our Akron Police are just busy as heck today….Will post report as soon as it comes in:
ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF’S PATROL LOG FOR NEWSTEAD AND
AKRON FOR THE WEEK OF 02/17/2019 TO 02/23/2019
Police responded to a report of people fighting on Main St. The compliant was unfounded.
First Aid responded to Pearl St for a lift assist.
First Aid responded to Westgate Ave for a list assist.
The Fire Department and Erie County Sheriff Fire Investigators responded to Kathryn Dr for a report
of a chimney fire.
Police responded to McNeely Rd for a report of a disturbance.
NO NOTABLE CALLS FOR SERVICE.
First Aid responded to Westgate Ave.
First Aid responded to Church St for a female with a cardiac issue.
A concerned motorist reported a vehicle traveling recklessly on Main Rd. Police stopped the vehicle
a short time later and advised them.
A burglar alarm was activated on Main Rd. It was a false alarm.
A burglar alarm was activated on East Ave. It was a false alarm.
The Fire Department responded to Main St for a CO Detector activation.
Police assisted with a harassment complaint on S Newstead Rd.
First Aid responded to Barnum Rd for a male with a head injury.
First Aid responded to Maple Rd for a lift assist.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on Crittenden Rd. A routine check of the operator’s license showed it was
suspended for failure to answer a summons. They were charged with aggravated unlicensed
First Aid responded to Maple Rd.
A burglar alarm was activated on Main Rd. It was set off in error.
A burglar alarm was activated on Main St. It was a false alarm.
A burglar alarm was activated on Oak St. It was set off in error.
A one car motor vehicle accident was reported on Carney Rd. A vehicle left the roadway and struck a
pole. No injuries were reported.
First Aid responded to Holly St for a female with chest pains.
A burglar alarm was activated on Crittenden Rd. It was a false alarm.
The Fire Department responded to Main Rd for a CO Detector activation.
AKRON POLICE BLOTTER
FEBRUARY 18, THRU FEBRUARY 25, 2019
02/19 – Patrol responded to a Church Street residence.
Erratic operation was reported on Main Road, the vehicle was stopped
and everything checked okay.
An alarm was reported on East Avenue, everything appeared secure.
02/20 – A carbon monoxide detector was activated at a Main Street business, it
was a malfunction.
A fire alarm was activated on Main Street, it was a false alarm.
A car went off the road on Parkview Drive, it will be removed later.
02/22 – Disorderly youths were reported on Cedar Street, four teenagers were
taken home and their parents advised.
An alarm was reported at a Main Street business, it was accidental by an
A property damage accident was investigated on Cedar Street, two cars
An alarm was reported on Oak Street, it was a malfunction.
02/24 – Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Scotland Road.
A fire alarm was reported on Lewis Road, it was caused by a power
Patrol responded to a first-aid on Cedar Street.
Wires were taken down on Hunts-Corners Road when a tree fell.
Wires were down on John Street and Flint Street.
Bloomingdale Road was obstructed for a while due to low hanging wires,
they were raised.
Chief Lauricella is pleased to announce that in cooperation with the Erie
County Sheriff’s Office, there will be a CHILD CARSEAT SAFETY CHECK on March 2,
2019 from 9:00AM to 2:00PM at the Akron Central School bus garage located on
John Street. Officers will check carseat installation, proper fit to the child, as well
as expiration and recall status.
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