Wakeman Police Department

  • Agency: Wakeman Police Department
  • Address: 59 Hyde St, Wakeman, 44889 OH
  • Chief: Tim B Hunker (Chief of Police)
Phone: 440-839-2511
Fax: 440-399-1441

Wakeman Police Department is located at 59 Hyde St, Wakeman, 44889 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Tim B Hunker. The Wakeman Police Department phone number is 440-839-2511.

Wakeman Police Department News

Unclaimed Property Notice Pursuant to ORC 2981.11 the Wakeman Police Department is providing notice that it is in possession of numerous items that have been unclaimed, recovered, seized, or held, including but not limited to weapons, currency, jewelry, bicycles, and personal items, which will be disposed of pursuant to ORC 2981.12. The public is invited to view the property that they believe may belong to them and establish ownership of said property. Absent of any claimant who can establish their ownership or right to the property by September 18th. 2017 the said property will be disposed of according to law. Claimant must contact Chief Hunker of the Wakeman Police Department at (440-839-2511). Chief Timothy Hunker Wakeman Police Department Wakeman, Ohio 440-839-2511

Thank you to Jim Cave for making sure our flag is always in great shape. If it's not, he replaces it!!! Thanks Jim!!

THANK YOU Everyone, 2017 Wakeman Fishing had the largest turn out yet!!! We had over 80 participates and over 150 people come to this event. It was awesome!!! We want to thank all of the business', residents, and Wakeman employees, who made it possible!!!


Don't forget this Sunday, Wakeman Fishing Derby!!!!!

Recently purchased with confiscated drug money and drug fines, Wakeman Police welcome a new Club Car Golf Cart to their fleet. The new cruiser will be utilized at events such as the upcoming Wakeman Festival and Buschur Shootout. Stop by and check it out!!!

Wakeman Police seize multiple brownies baked with marijuana, multiple enhanced marijuana seeds, and drug paraphernalia, after a traffic stop this morning. The driver, who was very cooperative, told police that he was heading to a Methadone clinic for his daily dose. He was cited for driving on a suspended license and drug paraphernalia. More charges could follow.

The cruiser looks great!!! Thank you Zach's Auto Detailing LLC. (Owner-Zach Buschur) https://www.facebook.com/zachdetailing/

Wakeman Police seize crack pipes, snort tubes, and other drug paraphernalia after a traffic stop at BP Friendship yesterday!!


This pig was found wondering around Thome street at about 6am today. She has a harness on her already. Anybody with information contact this department.

Wakeman Officer Steve Pozniak at the copsride.com for Fallen Officers....

For all those who have been asking, the Budweiser Clydesdales will be at the Wakeman Congressional church at 5pm before parading around the town!

Pics from the Police Memorial in Cleveland.

Yesterday was the start of National Police Week. It's been a tough year for officers so far but we are glad to have a great community that works with and supports the department here.

This bike was found on Railroad Street last week. It seems to be a young girl's bike. If you know the owner please contact us to claim.


Pleasant Street male threatens to cut his own throat. Wakeman Officer Bob Thompson responded to the address with Citizens Ambulance personnel in reference to a male holding a knife to his throat and making threats. The male was outside the residence at the time and was taken into protective custody with resistance. During the event the male attempted to fight with on lookers and the officer. The weapon was apparently left inside the home. A retired Wakeman Officer assisted. The male was taken to Fisher Titus for an evaluation. No one was injured and no charges have been filed.


Do you think that you have a warrant out for your arrest and want to check? Do you just want to see what is going on with your favorite police department? WakemanOH.glyphreports.com is up and running. There you can check all active Wakeman warrants and see report summaries.

We have been dealing with a serious vandalism problem in the area near the park next to the Wakeman Pre-School and behind the pre-school as well. The pre-schoolers' picnic tables and play area toys have been damaged to the point that they are unusable. Someone also used a piece of the steel fence to further damage the glass backboard at the South end of the basketball court. Enough is a enough, anyone with any information please call us....440-839-2511.