Akron Police Beat

AKRON POLICE BLOTTER

SEPTEMBER 30, THRU OCTOBER 6, 2019

09/30 – Disorderly youths were reported on Bloomingdale Road, they were gone
when patrol arrived.
A dog was attacked by another dog on Sylvan Parkway, the attacking
dog’s owner was issued a summons.
A disturbance was reported on Hoag Avenue, the parties were separated
and advised.
10/01 – Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Bloomingdale Road.
Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Wesley Drive.
10/02 – An abandoned vehicle was reported on Hoag Avenue, the owner was
contacted and moved it.
A suspicious incident was reported on Westgate Avenue, they were
advised.
10/03 – Patrol responded to a first-aid call at a Cedar Street business.
10/04 – A disturbance was reported on Jackson Street, all parties were separated
and advised.
A domestic dispute was investigated on Main Street, no charges were
filed at this time.

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Patrol responded to a first-aid on Bloomingdale Road.
An unwelcome guest was reported on Mechanic Street, they left before
patrol arrived.
A disorderly person was reported at a high school football game, he was
ejected by patrol.
An intoxicated person was reported on Bloomingdale Road, they were
picked up by a relative.
Patrol responded to a Cedar Street business.
10/05 – A teenager was reported as a runaway from a Cedar Street residence.
Found property was reported on Bloomingdale Road, a backpack was
turned over to patrol.
An alarm was reported on Oak Street, everything appeared secure.
A Depew man was charged with driving while his license was suspended,
when he was stopped on Buell Street. He was released on appearance tickets and
the car was turned over to a licensed driver.
Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Crescent Drive.
10/06 – Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Westgate Avenue.

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