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AKRON POLICE BEAT

DECEMBER 27 thru JANUARY 9, 2022

12/27 – Patrol responded to a call for first-aid on Westgate Avenue.
A disturbance was reported on Danita Drive, all parties were advised.
Patrol responded to a Randy Drive residence for a first-aid call.
A malfunctioning street light was reported on Parkview Drive, the DPW
was notified.
12/28 – A suspicious vehicle was reported on John Street, everything checked
okay.
12/29 – Patrol responded to a Main Street residence on a first-aid call.
12/30 – Patrol checked the welfare of a child on East Avenue, they were fine.
12/31 – A suspicious incident was investigated on Main Street, no issues were
found.
A larceny was reported on John Street, a Christmas decoration was taken.
A Basom woman was charged with driving a car with a suspended
registration, when she was stopped on Cedar Street. The car was towed
and the driver was released on appearance tickets.
Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Randy Drive.

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A suspicious vehicle was reported at a Main Road business, everything
checked okay.
Disorderly youths were reported on Clinton Street, it was unfounded.
01/01 – Patrol responded to a Newton Avenue resident was a call for first-aid.
01/03 – Illegal parking was reported on Liberty Street, one car was tagged.
Patrol responded to a call for first-aid on Colony Place.
01/05 – Patrol investigated a hit/run property damage accident on Main Street, a
parked car was struck. The suspect driver was located and issued a ticket
for leaving the scene.
A property damage accident was reported in a Clarence Center Road
parking lot, two cars were involved.
01/06 – Patrol responded to a Cedar Street business, on a call for first-aid.
Patrol responded to a call for first-aid on Main Street.
01/07 – Patrol went to a Westgate Avenue to check the welfare of a resident, they
had moved. Their forwarding info was given to the complainant.
Patrol responded to an Eckerson Avenue residence for a first-aid call.
01/08 – A disturbance was reported on Cedar Street, all was calm when patrol
arrived and they were advised.
A Hilton, NY woman was locked out of her vehicle on Main Road, patrol

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was able unlock the car.
01/09 – A loose dog was reported on Buell Street, the dog control officer was
notified and the dog was taken to the kennel.

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