Streetsboro Police Department

  • Agency: Streetsboro Police Department
  • Address: 2080 State Route 303, Streetsboro, 44241 OH
  • Chief: Roy E Mosley III (Chief of Police)

Streetsboro Police Department is located at 2080 State Route 303, Streetsboro, 44241 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Roy E Mosley III. The Streetsboro Police Department phone number is 330.626.4976.

Streetsboro Police Department News

We would like your help to identify the suspects below. In December, the two individuals stole a wallet from Giant Eagle. They used a gift card to make their own purchases at Walmart and then tried to use the cards in Cuyahoga Falls. If you have any information about them please contact dispatch 330-626-4976, direct message here, comment below or email We understand the pictures aren't the best quality but we are still hoping someone recognizes them.

Representatives from the Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission stopped by yesterday and donated 64 portable radios to be used by the police and fire departments. These Motorola radios are used but still in good shape. They are programmed to work on the statewide MARCS radio system which our safety forces would like to move to at some point in the near future. Getting these radios at no cost to the city is a big first step in moving towards that goal. Moving to the MARCS system would give us more reliable internal communications and the capability to communicate with many more agencies across the region, especially during critical incidents. We would like to thank those individuals that made this donation possible.

We are very pleased to announce that K-9 Reno passed all of his certifications and was officially sworn in tonight by Mayor Broska as the newest officer for the Streetsboro Police Department. Please join us in congratulating Reno and his partner Aaron Coates.

The temperatures will be dropping to dangerous levels over the next couple days. We ask everyone to stay inside as much as possible and dress appropriately if you need to go out. Also remember to keep your pets inside. Below is information regarding county warming centers over the weekend.

We hope everyone has a wonderful Happy New Year! Drive Safely.

It isn't often you get a Christmas card that has traveled around the country to get to you. @OfficialLivePD #LivePD #LivePDAddiction #feelingthelove

**** UPDATE A huge Thank you to everyone who helped. Our first tip came in after 8 minutes. 8 Minutes!!!! They have been positively identified. Amazing job!!! **** Can you identify this couple? On 12-26-2017, they 'found' a purse at the Streetsboro McDonalds and kept it. The purse owner is visiting from out of state and her ID, passport, cash and credit cards were all inside. No ID means she can't board her plane to go back home (no rental cars either.) If you have any information on their identities please contact dispatch 330-626-4976, comment or direct message. #bahhumbug #grinch

All of us at SPD would like to wish everyone a very safe and Merry Christmas!

We were recently made aware of a post being shared about a dog that appeared to be being abused. We have looked into it and found the incident is being investigated in another jurisdiction. We thank everyone for all the concern, tweets and Facebook messages about the welfare of the animal. The dog is safe.

Our youngest K9, Reno, is nearly full grown now and about ready to hit the road with Ofc Coates. Recently, a resident approached us and asked about donating to the Streetsboro Police Association for the purpose of purchasing body armor for Reno. So we would like to offer our deep appreciation to Val MacKeown for her efforts at collecting the donations for the body armor. We would also like to thank all those individuals that she reached out to for their donations as well.

The Streetsboro Police Association teamed up with Target to purchase clothing items such as shirts, pants and socks to donate to the Streetsboro City Schools. These items are used when children either get things on their clothes such as milk, food, etc or when the schools see a specific need for a child. Sgt Andy Suvada and Ofc Aaron Coates are shown in the photos as they delivered the items to the schools.

On Saturday we had the privilige of taking almost 30 children Christmas shopping for our annual Shop With a Cop. A special thanks to Walmart, Teresa's Pizza, Dunkin Donuts, Mayor Broska, Councilwoman Bridget Pavlick, Lt. Matos OSP, Chris Mosher of Gateway Towing, Teena McKamey & Gerry Hargett ret SPD, members of the Streetsboro Fire Department and Streetsboro Police Department, all of the SPD family and friends that came to help. A special thanks to Sharon Gumm for all of her hard work on this program. Most of all, thanks to Santa for taking time to stop by.

Congratulations to Sergeant Leidel on his recent graduation from STEP - Supervisor Training and Education Program through the Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police. The 3 week program is held in Columbus and is designed to help newly promoted supervisors succeed in their new roles.

Today, Officer Scott Hermon went to Streetsboro's Head Start to show the children a police car. The girls and boys are learning about transportation. Officer Hermon also talked with them about what police officers do.

Our thoughts are with the family, friends and co-workers of Portage County Judge Barbara Watson who passed on Wednesday. Retired 8 years but still a visiting judge, Judge Watson was the first female judge in Portage County starting in 1989. She will be missed.

Someone was kind enough to have an Edible Arrangement sent to us at the PD today. The delivery driver told us the card would have sender information on it but all it says is "Thank you and stay safe." To our anonymous friend, we say thank you, that was a very nice treat!!

A registered solicitor in the City of Streetsboro will have an ID issued by the our police department. The card will have a color picture, business name & address and permit number. A sample of the card is shown below. (As a side note, if Batman comes to your door make sure you call us!)

The Streetsboro Police Department and the Streetsboro Fire Department have teamed up with a program called MyChoice which brings some health care assistance to our seniors. The program can also assist first responders with health care information when assisting seniors. There will be a Pancake Breakfast this Friday December 1st at the Senior Center as part of the program. Please see attached for more information.

There have been a few facebook posts about a female coming door to door looking for donations. While SPD issues solicitors permits for businesses, non-profits or charities are not required to have one. Since it 'tis the season' for scams, we do not recommend donating cash to anyone at your door. Suspicious activity should be reported to the police department 330-626-4976.

The men and women of the Streetsboro Police Department would like to wish everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving!

***Update 8:22 pm. Mr. Carson has been located, safe and sound. Thank you for your help!*** The police dept and family of Joe Carson are concerned for his well-being due to his medical conditions after he left his home on foot (at the north end of town) several hours ago and we have not been able to locate him. He is 6'2, 300 pounds wearing a neon yellow/green hoodie, black pants and carrying a backpack. If you have seen him or know where he is, please contact dispatch at 330-626-4976.

State rt 303 is closed due to flooding between the railroad tracks to Jefferson St and at the bypass. Please plan your routes accordingly.

We are trying to locate a missing juvenile. Megan Bostwick is originally from Eastlake and has ties to Willowick. She could be in those areas as well. Megan is listed as an Endangered Runaway through the Ohio Attorney General's website. If you have any information on her whereabouts, please call dispatch at 330-626-4976, email, comment here or send a direct message. Thank you for your help!!

For those of you that saw all the SPD and OSP cars on 14 by Sheetz, we wanted to let you know why. OSP tried to stop a car on the turnpike that ran from them. The car got off the pike at our gate and tried to elude the troopers around the hotels. They we eventually able to get him stopped and apprehended in front of Sheetz. Great job to all the OSP units involved!!!

***A huge thanks to everyone who had information and shared this post. They have both been identified. We are extremely grateful for all of the help from our communities!!!*** These two individuals stole almost $1100 in merchandise from Walmart on 11-7-2017. The items included 3 hover boards and a child's play pen. If you have any information on their identities, please message here, email or call dispatch at 330-626-4976. Any help is appreciated!