Police Reports is a sampling of incidents reported to by local law enforcement agencies. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.

Man arrested on warrants: Hudson Police responded to Martin Drive and West Streetsboro Street for a University Heights man stuck in a vehicle in a ditch on Thursday, July 18. The man was arrested after being found to have several outstanding warrants, as well as driving under a suspended license, and in possession of marijuana. The agencies who wanted him on a warrant were unable to pick him up, so he was cited for the suspended license and marijuana, and then was driven to his girlfriend’s place of employment. 

Domestic violence: A third-party caller reported a domestic disturbance on Friday, July 19, on Kilbourne Drive. A Pittsburgh woman was charged with domestic violence. 

ID fraud: A Towbridge Drive man came to the police station to make a report about a smartwatch he had purchased online that was not delivered. The report was made July 16.

Theft reported: On July 19, a Heritage Court resident called the police to report a laptop and other items were stolen from a car during the night. Security cameras helped to identify the thieves taking the items at about 5:21 a.m. and led to the recovery of property. Charges are pending. 

Suspicious person: A suspicious person was found standing outside of Brubaker’s Pub, 5823 Darrow Road, after hours on July 22. He told the police officer he was waiting for a ride that had not shown up, so the officer gave him a ride home.

Bag returned: A blue backpack was turned into the police on July 22 after being found at Three Palms Restaurant, 60 Village Way. The owner of the backpack was found and came to the police station. All the contents appeared to be there. 

Citation for suspended license: An Akron man driving north on Route 8 between Seasons Road and Route 303 was reportedly speeding when officers pulled him over on July 23. The man’s license had been suspended under a random selection license suspension. The man said he had paid the fee to the BMV, but his license was still showing as suspended. He was cited, but his vehicle was not impounded and he was allowed to drive from the scene.