Local News

Akron Police Beat

MAY 16 thru MAY 29, 2022

05/16 – A road obstruction was reported on Hake Road, a tree was blocking the roadway. It was removed.
Criminal mischief was reported on Skyline Drive, a car tire was slashed.
A suspicious incident was reported on Lewis Road, this incident was documented and the parties were advised.
A disturbance was reported on Westgate Avenue, they were advised.
05/17 – Patrol responded to a call for first-aid on Westgate Avenue.
Traffic enforcement was conducted on Jackson Street, no violations were
reported.
A medical alarm was reported on Westgate Avenue, it was accidental.
A suspicious occupied vehicle was reported on John Street, everything
checked okay.
05/18 – Patrol responded to a Westgate Avenue residence on a call for first-aid.
Illegal parking was reported on Buffalo Street, one car was tagged and
towed.
05/19 – Patrol responded to a call for first-aid at a Cedar Street business.

A custody dispute was reported on Skyline Drive, they were advised and
the exchange was made without incident.
Patrol responded to a Westgate Avenue residence on a call for first-aid.
Patrol assisted a motorist who was locked out of their car on Newton Avenue. Entry was made.
05/20 – Patrol responded to a call for first-aid on Westgate Avenue
05/21 – A suspicious incident was investigated on Cedar Street.
Patrol responded to Scotland Road on a call for first-aid.
05/22 – A disturbance was reported on Hoag Avenue, it was unfounded.
05/23 – Patrol responded to a call for first-aid on Main Street.
05/24 – Patrol assisted a Medina ambulance crew with a combative patient on
Maple Road.
A disturbance was reported on Washington Street, they were advised.
Patrol responded to a Crescent Drive residence on a call for first-aid.
A Niagara Falls woman was arrested for driving a car with a revoked registration, when she was stopped on Scotland Road. The car was towed and the woman was released on appearance tickets.
05/25 – Patrol responded to a call for first-aid on Main Street.
Traffic enforcement was conducted on Bloomingdale Road.

A bicycle accident was reported on Brooklyn Street, the cyclist refused treatment.
05/26 – Two children were reported missing from Parkview Drive, they were
located.
A hit/run property damage accident was reported on Buffalo Street, a building was struck.
Erratic operation was reported on East Avenue, it was unfounded.
05/27 – Patrol responded to a Knapp Road residence on a call for first-aid.
A suspicious package was reported on Bloomingdale Road, it turned out to be a first-aid kit.
Patrol assisted a disabled motorist on Main Street, a truck was towed.
A suspicious person was reported on Parkview Drive, they were given a
courtesy ride to Main Street.
A disturbance was reported on Wesley Drive, all was quiet when patrol arrived.
05/28 – Patrol assisted the DEC in charging a Cedar Street resident with illegal
dumping.
Disorderly youths were reported in Akron Falls Park, it was unfounded.
05/29 – An ATV complaint was reported on Lewis Road, the driver was advised

A fire alarm was reported on Buell Street, it was caused by an electrical
issue.

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