At 3:10 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 19 an assistant manager from Smashburger reported an employee had taken $300 from the business safe. The employee reportedly told another employee that he was borrowing the money and would pay it back on receipt of his next paycheck. The manager asked only for documentation of the issue. Phone harassment
Storage unit theft A theft from a storage locker the week before Thanksgiving was reported on Friday, Dec. 15. A man told police his storage unit at Cheep Storage on Hosford Street was broken into and missing items. The lock was cut off and leather working tools, a white craft cart, solar panels and a bin of miscellaneous items were stolen. The man said they were valued at approximately $750. Suspicious note
Strange noises Officers responded to a resident who heard strange noises in his residence on Second Street at 1:40 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 7. The man was concerned someone may have broken in. Officers cleared the residence and did not find anyone. Employee locked in An employee locked in brought officers to Family Fresh on Coulee Road at 10:15 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 7. The employee was locked inside the building after the last person left before he could. The manager was called to let him out and reset the alarm.
Feces found on car On Saturday, Dec. 2, a woman reported she found dog feces on her car that was parked on Sixth Street. She said she believed it was her brother, but is not sure. Abandoned downtown
A possible explosion was reported in the area of Northridge and Grandview drives by a man who called several times. An officer in the area made contact with a homeowner nearby, who said he had caused the loud explosion. The family was having a bonfire, and used a propane tank to help start the damp wood. They then forgot about the tank and after several minutes removed it from the fire pit.
TalentQ, Inc., a nationwide recruiting company based in Hudson, is proud to announce their national certification as a Women's Business Enterprise by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). WBENC's national standard of certification implemented by the Women's Business Development Center — Minnesota, is a meticulous process including an in-depth review of the business and site inspection. The certification process is designed to confirm the business is at least 51 percent owned, operated and controlled by a woman or women.
The men and women of the Hudson Police Department want to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season. However, there are those out there who are making the holidays less joyful and more hurtful for some of us. They are taking advantage of people's trust and busyness for their own selfish gains. One way they are doing this is by breaking into people's cars and stealing their property.
On Friday, Nov. 17 an officer responded to a harassment complaint just before midnight on Namekagon Street. The woman said she receives daily text messages from a man and she believed he was outside her building as he sent her a message asking her to come outside.
The Nominating Committee of the Hudson Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau Board of Directors is currently accepting nominations for one open position on the Board of Directors. The board is responsible for government and policy-making for the chamber, and controls its property, finances and other affairs. Candidates are nominated with a petition with at least 10 signatures from qualified members of the chamber. The petition should be filed within 10 days after notice has been given of those nominated.
A theft was reported at Proact on Beaudry Boulevard on Friday, Oct. 20. A catalytic converter was removed from a van sometime the night before. The last person to drive the vehicle did not notice any problems, but when an employee tried it in the morning she noticed a loud noise. The converter had been sawed off. The reporting party said similar thefts had been reported at another company office. The cost of the repair was about $3,000. Swearing pedestrian