Police Beat

AKRON POLICE BLOTTER
APRIL 27, THRU MAY 5, 2019

04/27 – A larceny was reported on Main Road, magnetic signs were taken off a
vehicle.
Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Madison Avenue.
04/28 – A 911 hang up call was investigated on Scotland Road, it was accidental.
A disturbance was reported on Wesley Drive, all parties were advised.
04/29 – An alarm was reported on Indianola Avenue, it was accidental.
A disturbance was reported on Wesley Drive, all parties were advised.
04/30 – Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Westgate Avenue.
05/01 – A fire alarm was reported on Westgate Avenue, it was caused by steam
from the shower.
Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Morgan Avenue.
Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Westgate Avenue.
05/02 – Illegal parking was reported on John Street, the owner was notified and
moved the car.
A fire alarm was reported on Westgate Avenue, it was accidental.

A property damage accident was reported on Bloomingdale Road, an
unoccupied school bus was struck.
Patrol assisted a disabled motorist on Parkview Drive.
Trespassing was investigated on Cedar Street, the subjects could not be
located.
05/03 – Criminal mischief was reported on Churchill Street, a car was spray
painted.
A suspicious incident was investigated on Maple Road, no problems were
found.
05/04 – A suspicious person was reported on Crittenden Road, everything checked
okay and the subject was given a ride home.
Patrol responded to a first-aid call on S. Newstead Road.
Patrol assisted with traffic control on Buell Street, after a soccer
tournament.
05/05 – Illegal parking was reported on Skyline Drive, the cars were moved.
An alarm was reported at a Main Street business, an open door was
found. It was an oversight and the keyholder secure it.
A street sign was reported missing on Buffalo Street, patrol notified the
DPW.

ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF’S PATROL LOG FOR NEWSTEAD AND
AKRON FOR THE WEEK OF 04/28/2019 TO 05/04/2019

04/28/19
Police responded to a report of a disturbance on Wesley Dr. No charges were filed.
A 911 hang up call was received on Scotland Rd. It was accidental.
A burglar alarm was activated on Main Rd. It was set off in error.
Deputies responded to Dorsch Rd to check on a report of suspicious people in the area. The subjects
were located and were determined to be the new property owners.
04/29/19
A burglar alarm was activated on Indianola Ave. It was a false alarm.
Deputies and Police responded to Wesley Dr for a report of a disturbance. No charges were filed and
all parties involved were separated for the night.
A concerned motorist reported motorcycles traveling at a high rate of speed on Main Rd. They were
gone prior to patrols arrival.
04/30/19
First Aid responded to Westgate Ave for a female with general illness.

05/01/19
The Fire Department responded to Westgate Ave for a fire alarm activation. It was set off by steam
from a shower.

First Aid responded to Morgan St for a female having trouble breathing.
First Aid responded to Westgate Ave for a female feeling light headed.
A burglar alarm was activated on Greenbush Rd. It was set off in error.
05/02/19
The Fire Department responded to Westgate Ave for a fire alarm activation.
Police responded to a two car motor vehicle accident on Bloomingdale Ave. No injuries were
reported.
First Aid responded to Saratoga La for a lift assist.
First Aid responded to Cedar St for a male having trouble breathing.
05/03/19
Deputies responded to Cedar St to investigate a report of suspicious people in a garage. The subjects
fled the area prior to patrols arrival. The matter is under investigation.
Police arrested a Bryan Dinelli of Akron for Criminal Mischief after he allegedly spray painted
someone’s car. He was released on an appearance ticket.
A burglar alarm was activated on Main Rd. It was a false alarm.
A 911 hang up call was received on Main Rd. It was a misdial.
05/04/19
Deputies responded to Crittenden Rd to check on an intoxicated person walking in the road. The
subject was given a ride home.
First Aid responded to Main Rd for a female with a high temperature.
First Aid responded to S Newstead Rd for a lift assist.

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