The following information was obtained from recent Woodbury Police reports.
A driver traveling east on Hudson Road struck a light pole at Woodbury Drive. The pole was down, but was not in traffic. The driver was not injured.
A crisis center in Ohio called Woodbury police to report a resident was "having homicidal thoughts to kill his mother who is a judge" after being kicked out of his home. Woodbury police contacted a man at the address the phone was pinging to and he denied making any calls. He said the phone belongs to his daughter, who is in the sixth grade. The girl also denied making any calls to the crisis center. Nothing in the call log was connected to the crisis center. The man's mother is not a judge and he was not kicked out of his home.
A woman who lives on Sherwood Road said she left for work at 10:30 a.m. and the hose was locked. Her son got home from school at 2:50 p.m. and the house was locked. However, an Xbox Kinect, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 2 were missing.
An employee of Cub Foods was collecting carts in the north end of the parking lot. A red or maroon car started backing up into the employee. The employee "started banging on her trunk. She did not stop so he used the horn on the cart pusher." The driver continued to back up and pushed the employee into the carts, moving the carts about one foot. The employee was not injured. The employee said music was loud in the car, so that might be why the driver did not hear the employee yelling or beeping the horn on the cart pusher. A officer will try to get the license number off a security video.