Category: Police Beat

Akron Police Beat

AKRON POLICE BEAT

NOVEMBER 4, THRU NOVEMBER 10, 2019

11/04 – Patrol assisted a Cedar Street resident that was locked out of their house.
Entry was made.
A teenager was reported as a missing person from Cedar Street.
A fire alarm was reported on Westgate Avenue, it was caused by burnt
food.
A suspicious incident was reported on Knapp Road, no problems were
found.
11/05 – Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Wesley Drive.
A property damage accident was reported on Main Road, two cars were
involved.
11/06 – A car/deer accident was reported on Hake Road.
A 911 hang up call was investigated on Lewis Road, it was accidental.
11/07 – A suspicious incident was investigated on Cedar Street, no problems were
found.
11/08 – Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Marshall Avenue.
A suspicious incident was reported on Eckerson Avenue, no issues were
found.

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Erratic operation was reported on Main Road, the vehicle was stopped
and the driver was issued two summons.
11/09 – A suspicious incident was investigated on Main Street, no problems were
found.
Illegal parking was reported on Lewis Road, the vehicle was moved.
11/10 – A carbon monoxide detector was activated on Washington Street, it was a
malfunction.

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Police Beat

AKRON POLICE BEAT

OCTOBER 28, THRU NOVEMBER 3, 2019

10/28 – Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Churchill Street.
Patrol resp0nded to a first-aid call on Crescent Drive.
10/29 – A suspicious incident was investigated on Bloomingdale Road, no
problems were found.
Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Jackson Street.
10/30 – A property damage accident was investigated at Newton and Hoag
Avenues, two cars were involved.
A John Street resident reported receiving annoying text messages, they
were advised.
10/31 – A property damage accident was reported on Bloomingdale Road, it was
unfounded.
An open door was reported on Lewis Road, it was just the storm door and
was secured.
A road obstruction was reported on Cedar Street, a trash can was
removed from the road by patrol.
11/01 – Wires were reported down on East Avenue, a tree fell on them. The
village power company was notified.

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11/03 – Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Westgate Avenue.

Police Beat

AKRON POLICE BLOTTER

OCTOBER 21, THRU OCTOBER 27, 2019

10/21 – Illegal parking was reported on Washington Street, one car was tagged for
blocking a driveway.
10/22 – Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Crescent Drive.
10/23 – Suspicious vehicles were reported in Akron Falls Park, everything checked
okay.
10/24 – A suspicious incident was investigated on Wesley Drive, everything
appeared in order.
Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Westgate Avenue.
10/25 – A domestic dispute was investigated on Brooklyn Street, no charges were
filed at this time. Subjects were referred to Family Court.
10/26 – Found property was reported on Lewis Road, a bicycle was turned over to
patrol.
Patrol responded to a Holly Street residence for a first-aid call.
Loud music was reported on Westgate Avenue, the subject was advised.
A disturbance was reported on Main Street, it was unfounded.
10/27 – An alarm was reported on Main Street, everything appeared secure.

 

A domestic dispute was investigated on Jackson Street, no charges were
filed at this time.
Patrol responded to a first-aid call on Lewis Road.
An alarm was reported at a Main Street business, it was caused by the
wind.
A fire alarm was reported on John Street, it was a false alarm.
A teenager was reported as a runaway from an Eckerson Avenue
residence. They were located a few hours later and returned.