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Akron Ohio Police Station Address: 217 S High St, Akron, OH 44308, United States


4 days ago
Help APD Identify Burglary suspects #18-001001. If you have any information, please contact APD Detective R…. https://t.co/B642OP1Y8P

4 days ago
The NB lanes of Wolf Ledges Pkwy., between South St. and Voris St., are CLOSED due to a water main break on Voris St. https://t.co/8hfWQH5Hmg

4 days ago
Grant St., between South St. and the I76/I77 overpass has been CLOSED to ALL traffic, due to a water main break https://t.co/Fpy81f8umw

2 weeks ago
IN MEMORIAM – APD OFFICERS EDWARD J. COSTIGAN AND JOSEPH H. HUNT
Officers Costigan and Hunt were both shot from… https://t.co/3wZqFdbIMj

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Akron Police Department4 days ago

Help APD Identify Burglary suspects #18-001001. If you have any information, please contact APD Detective R. Welser at 330-375-2490; the U.S. Marshals Service at 1-866-4-WANTED; or the Summit County Crimestoppers, Inc. at 330-434-COPS. You can also text TIPSCO with your tips to 274637 (CRIMES). Callers can remain anonymous. Any Facebook tips that contain personal information, including names, email addresses, telephone numbers, or mailing addresses should not be posted as a comment here; please send via inbox. If you see the suspects, do not approach; call 911.

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Help APD Identify Burglary Suspects #18-001001

Help APD Identify Burglary Suspects #18-001001
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Akron Police Department4 days ago

Due to another water main break on Voris Street near Wolf Ledges Pkwy., the northbound lanes of Wolf Ledges Pkwy., between South St. and Voris St., are CLOSED due to icy conditions. The city is currently working to re-open all lanes, but drivers are urged to use caution through this area today as Highway Maintenance works to clear the road of ice.

With the closure of Grant Street at South St., access to the 76E on ramp needs to be made from Wolf Ledges.

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Akron Police Department4 days ago

Due to a water main break located on Grant St., the road has been CLOSED to ALL traffic, including emergency and METRO services, between South St. and the I76/I77 overpass. The city hopes to have the repair made and the road re-opened by tomorrow morning.

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Akron Police Department2 weeks ago

Future Akron Police Officers, Carter and Dara.

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IN MEMORIAM – APD OFFICER BEN J. FRANKLIN
On January 10, 1992, while subduing a resisting subject who had been placed under arrest for fighting during a basketball game at Buchtel High School, Officer Franklin suffered a fatal heart attack and passed away that same night.

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IN MEMORIAM – APD OFFICERS EDWARD J. COSTIGAN AND JOSEPH H. HUNT
Officers Costigan and Hunt were both shot from ambush and instantly killed while patrolling their beat in front of The Union Fireproof Warehouse Company, on January 10, 1918.