Fraud and theft was reported at 11:15 a.m. March 22 from Hunter Hill Road. The complaint told police his phone and credit cards were stolen on March 8 by two men and a woman he was socializing with at a bar and then came back to his residence. The following morning he woke up to find his phone missing and two credit cards and a debit card taken from his wallet. About $3,000 worth of fraudulent charges had been made on the card since then.
Retail theft was reported at 5:36 p.m. March 23 from Fleet Farm on Industrial Street. Staff told police a customer left with a roll of duct tape without paying for it. The man left in a vehicle and could not be located. Loss: $7.29.
Police responded to a report of a fight at 12:51 a.m. March 20 from Second Street. Two men were fighting on the sidewalk. The men told police an unknown man had just displayed a weapon at them. A witness told police the two were fighting with two other men and no gun was displayed. The other two men could not be located. Another witness told police the two initial men had been fighting, and they did not see anyone else nearby.
Police responded to an initial call of a driving complaint at 2:17 p.m. March 24 on I-94. As police began to approach the vehicle, an officer noted the driving behavior was consistent with someone experiencing a medical emergency. The vehicle swerved into guard rails at the downtown Hudson exit. The driver was conscious but unresponsive. The vehicle was unsteady due to the grade of the hill, and several officers supported the vehicle to prevent it from rolling on its side. Hudson Fire Department responded and stabilized the vehicle before extricating the driver. Lakeview EMS also responded.