Police Beat

AKRON POLICE BLOTTER

AUGUST 26, THRU SEPTEMBER 1, 2019

8/26 – Patrol responded to a first-aid call at a Cedar Street business.
A panic alarm was reported at a Main Street business, it was accidental.
Patrol responded to a first-aid call on John Street.
08/27 – Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Clarence Center Road.
A suspicious vehicle was reported on East Avenue, everything checked
okay.
Patrol checked on the welfare of two small children wandering on Main
Street, they were okay and their mother was advised.
08/28 – A suspicious incident was investigated on Wesley Drive, no problems
were found.
Patrol responded to a first-aid call on East Avenue.
A loose dog was reported on East Avenue, the owner was notified and
secured the dog.
A fire alarm was reported at a Main Road business, it was caused by burnt
food.
08/29 – A neighbor dispute was reported on Crittenden Road, they were advised.

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Disorderly youths were reported in Akron Falls Park, they were ejected.
A Cedar Street resident reported a possible phone scam, they were
advised.
08/30 – Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Shepard Avenue.
Patrol filed a missing persons report on a teenage runaway from Cedar
Street.
Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Crescent Drive.
Illegal parking was reported on Washington Street, the vehicle was moved
prior to patrol’s arrival.
A suspicious vehicle was reported in Akron Falls Park, everything checked
okay.
A fire alarm was reported on Main Road, it was accidental.
08/31 – An alarm was reported on Indianola Avenue, it was accidental.
Illegal parking was reported on Main Street, one car was tagged.
Patrol assisted a disabled motorist on Hake Road.
Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Main Street.
09/01 – A fire alarm was reported on Buell Street, it was a false alarm.

ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF’S PATROL LOG FOR NEWSTEAD AND
AKRON FOR THE WEEK OF 08/25/2019 TO 08/31/2019

08/25/19
First Aid responded to Brooklyn St for a female with back pain.
Police took a criminal mischief report on Westgate Ave for a vehicle that was keyed.
First Aid responded to Brooklyn St for a female with high blood pressure.
First Aid responded to Buell St for a AED alarm. It was a false alarm.
The Fire Department responded to Crego Rd for a CO Detector activation. It was set off by a faulty
detector.
08/26/19
First Aid responded to Cedar St.
First Aid responded to Westgate Ave.
First Aid responded to John St for a female with back pain.
Police responded to Main St for a panic alarm activation. It was a false alarm.
Police assisted with a harassment complaint on Hoag Ave.
A two car motor vehicle accident was reported on Main Rd. No injuries were reported.
Deputies assisted with a civil dispute on Fox Hill La.

08/27/19
First Aid responded to Ice Cream Pl.

Police conducted a welfare check on Main St.
First Aid responded to Clarence Center Rd for a male with difficulty breathing.
Deputies assisted a N Millgrove resident with an email scam.
A concerned motorist reported a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed on Stage Rd. The vehicle
was gone prior to patrols arrival.
A one car motor vehicle accident was reported on Clarence Center Rd. A vehicle left the roadway
and rolled over. The driver failed multiple roadside sobriety tests and was charged with Driving
While Intoxicated. They later registered a .11% Blood Alcohol Content.
08/28/19
First Aid responded to East Ave for a lift assist.
The Fire Department responded to Main Rd for a fire alarm activation. It was set off in error from
burnt food.
Deputies responded to a disturbance on Stage Rd. No charges were filed.
A burglar alarm was activated on Main Rd. It was a false alarm.
08/29/19
Police took a fraud complaint on Shepard Ave.
Deputies assisted with a neighbor dispute on Crittenden Rd.
The Fire Department responded to Buckwheat Rd for a report of wires down.
08/30/19
First Aid responded to Westgate Ave for a lift assist.
First Aid responded to Shepard Ave.
First Aid responded to Crescent Dr for a lift assist.
08/31/19
A burglar alarm was activated on Indianola Ave. It was set off in error.
First Aid responded to Main St.

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