Police blotter — May 12

Summit County

Akron

Arrests

A Duane Avenue man, 33, was charged with felonious assault and aggravated burglary after he allegedly assaulted a man, knocking him unconscious and breaking his jaw.

A Hart Street man, 27, was charged with disorderly conduct, intoxication, obstructing official business and assault on a police officer following a fight at Merton and McKinley avenue. Police said the man was seen beating a woman and trying to flee.

A Clark Street woman, 32, was charged with domestic violence, menacing and child endangering after she allegedly assaulted a child for allowing a sibling to get beaten up while walking home from school.

A Storer Avenue man, 38, was charged with arson after he allegedly set a Mercer Avenue home on fire.

A Frederick Boulevard woman, 31, was charged with domestic violence after she allegedly assaulted a man at Courtland Avenue and South Hawkins avenue. Police said the man and woman were intoxicated.

A Zahn Drive man, 19, was charged with carrying a concealed weapon and possessing a weapon illegally. Police were called to Jordan Market on Newton Street for a report of a man with a gun. The man admitted to officers that he had a loaded gun in his pocket.

A Canadian Avenue man, 23, was charged with receiving stolen property and assault. Police said he assaulted a man and had a stolen pistol.

A Hunt Street man, 39, was charged with domestic violence, drug abuse and possession of drug paraphernalia.

A Hardesty Boulevard man, 25, was charged with domestic violence.

A Lafollette Street woman, 30, was charged with domestic violence.

An Overlook Drive man, 23, was charged with domestic violence.

Barberton

Arrests

A 23rd Street Southwest man, 59, was charged with domestic violence and felonious assault after a fight with his brother May 1.

An Akron man, 29, and a Barberton man, 28, were charged with forgery April 28 after they allegedly gave counterfeit $20 bills simultaneously at the front counter and drive-up window at Rally’s on Wooster Road North.

Burglary

Two TV sets, a laptop computer and other items, total value $2,675, were reported stolen April 27 at a Cedarwood Court home.

A GPS unit and a crossbow, total value $520, were reported stolen April 29 from a garage on Morgan Street.

Thefts

An R.G. Smith construction worker said 30 concrete forms, total value $10,000, were stolen in April 1 from a construction site at Second Street and Stirling Avenue Southwest.

Six catalytic converters, total value $3,800, were stolen May 1 from junk cars at Camps Auto Salvage.

Bath Township

Burglary

Jewelry and coins were taken May 7 from a home in the 2700 block of Ira Road.

Copley Township

Home dispute

A Coon Road youth called police May 3 to say he was being abused at home. He told a dispatcher that his parents hit him whenever he disobeyed them. Officers questioned the parents, who said this is an ongoing situation.

Theft

A Comfort Inn guest, 31, told police May 2 that someone took her wallet after she left it in the exercise room of the Montrose Avenue motel. Someone eventually turned it in at the front desk, but cash was missing. The guest later found that someone had copied her debit and credit-card information to make unauthorized transactions.

Unwanted guest

A Motel 6 clerk called police April 29 to say that a man would not leave his room. Police tried to talk to the man, but he was intoxicated and incoherent. He was arrested and taken to a hospital for psychological evaluation.

Coventry Township

Arrest

A Peach Drive man, 30, was arrested April 24 on warrants alleging domestic violence and menacing.

Cuyahoga Falls

Arrests

An Arizona man, 24, was charged with identity fraud April 22 after he allegedly had another driver’s license and identified himself as that person.

A Cook Street man, 42, was charged with possessing drugs and a drug abuse instrument May 4 after police found heroin, cocaine and hypodermic needles during a traffic stop.

Robbery

A Magnolia Avenue boy, 16, told police May 8 that two men entered his home, threatened to kill him and covered his face with a coat. They then beat and kicked him and hit him with a glass bottle. He told police the intruders took electronics and left.

Burglaries

A Queens Gate Circle woman told police May 3 someone broke into her home and took cash and a check.

Someone entered a home in the 3100 block of Oakwood Drive and took a purse and car keys May 5.

Breaking and entering

Someone broke into Athena’s, 4037 State Road, and stole cash May 7.

Someone broke into Studio 11, 1714 Portage Trail, and stole cash May 6.

Misuse of a credit card

A Chatham Street man reported May 6 that someone used his credit card to make more than $1,000 in unauthorized Internet purchases.

Theft

Doors and fluorescent lights, total value $4,000, were stolen May 7 from Graham Road Plaza, 526 Graham Road.

Someone damaged a 1985 Camaro while attempting to steal it May 6 from the city parking deck May 6.

A garden gnome, a decorative goose and other yard ornaments were stolen May 4-6 from several homes.

Thieves looted several vehicles May 6 on Rexdale Drive.

The manager of Enterprise Rental Car told police May 2 that a customer failed to return a car.

Someone took rent checks from a lock box at apartments in the 600 block of Americana Drive May 2.

A Canton man reported May 4 someone entered his unlocked locker at the Riverfront YMCA and took his car keys. His car was then entered and cash and a credit card were stolen.

Fairlawn

Arrests

A Wadsworth man, 38, was charged with drug possession May 8 after hypodermic needles fell from his shirt pocket during a traffic stop. Police reported finding 18 needles.

An Akron man, 32, was charged with theft May 5 after he allegedly tried to steal a pair of $29.99 Air Zoom shoes from Pacific Sunwear.

An Akron man, 21, was charged with trying to steal a loaded cart May 6 from Walmart. After being stopped, he offered to pay for the goods.

Thefts

Two men stole at least 20 pairs of designer frames, total value $3,000, from Lens Crafters at Summit Mall.

Someone shattered a door at Alterations Express on West Market Street and stole $13.40 on May 7.

Green

Robbery

Two masked gunmen robbed Legends Sports Bar & Grille on Town Park Boulevard. They reportedly hit a worker in the face and threw him on the floor before escaping with an undisclosed amount of money April 28.

Burglary

Two shotguns and a handgun were reported stolen April 27 from a Mayfair Road home.

Thefts

Eleven flat-screen TVs, total value $5,908, were reported stolen April 29 from campers in the Sirpilla RV lot on Interstate Parkway.

Two gold rings, total value $1,000, were reported stolen April 29 from a Cottage Grove Road home.

New Franklin

Arrest

A West Turkeyfoot Lake Road man, 52, was arrested April 26 on burglary and theft warrants after he allegedly took four credit cards from his ex-wife’s residence about a block away.

Norton

Arrests

A Woodbirch Avenue woman, 30, was charged with illegal purchase of pseudoephedrine May 6.

Theft

Appliances were taken from a home in the 5200 block of Taylor Road between April 25 and May 8.

Springfield Township

Breaking and entering

A Lakemore man told police May 1 that $6,200 worth of tools and a generator were stolen from his garage.

Burglary

A flat-screen TV and other electronics equipment, total value $2,450, were reported stolen April 28 from a Foxford Court residence.

Stow

Arrests

An Alliance man, 39, was charged with escape and resisting arrest May 6 after he allegedly ran out of Stow Municipal Court when receiving a 178-day sentence on an unrelated charge.

An Echo Valley Drive man, 35, was charged May 2 with telecommunication harassment and domestic violence.

Criminal simulation

Someone used a counterfeit $20 bill to pay for a meal April 10 at Joshua’s Restaurant inside Stow-Munroe Falls High School.

Misuse of a credit card

A Hickory Trail man told police May 6 that someone in England used his credit card for unauthorized purchases.

A Cherokee Trail woman reported May 3 that someone used her credit card to make more than $7,000 in unauthorized charges.

Phone harassment

A Baird Road girl, 17, reported May 4 she has been receiving unwanted text messages, some sexual, from different parts of the country. She told police she found her phone number posted on three websites.

Theft

Someone broke into a lock box containing rent checks May 5 in the 1000 block of Windham Ridge Drive.

A tractor was stolen May 4 from a yard in the 5100 block of Young Road.

Tallmadge

Arrests

A Tallmadge man was charged with violating a protection order, criminal damaging and child endangering during an altercation with his ex-girlfriend and his 5-year-old child in the parking lot of Saxon Village. Police said he jumped into the woman’s car, tried to start it and threw a rock through the back window. He also faces Akron charges of violating a protection order, domestic violence and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

Breaking and entering

Someone broke into Tan Inn, 137 East Ave., and stole $100 on May 8.

Burglary

A man entered a home in the 100 block of Whittlesey Drive, walked through a room and then left May 5.

Forgery

A man tried to cash a counterfeit check for more than $1,900 at Fifth Third Bank, 40 North Ave., on May 3. When the teller refused to cash the check, he fled the bank, but he left behind his Ohio driver’s license.

Misuse of a credit card

An Akron woman reported May 3 she lost a debit card at Circle K, 170 West Ave. The card was later used to make $1,100 in illegal purchases.

Medina County

Wadsworth

Arrests

A Main Street woman, 24, was charged with domestic violence, criminal damaging, criminal trespass, and assault May 8 after she allegedly entered her ex-boyfriend’s Red Rock Drive home and assaulted him.

Breaking and entering

Someone broke into Making Waves, 670 High St., and stole about $100 on May 10.

Portage County

Kent

Arrests

A Whitehall Boulevard man, 22, was charged May 5 with harassing a police dog. Police said the man was in the 100 block of South Water Street when he began barking at a police dog, causing the dog to become excited.

A Currie Hall Parkway man, 21, was charged May 4 with harassing a police dog outside an Erie Street bar May 4. Police said he bent over and waved his arms quickly at the dog. The dog saw the movement as an act of aggression and began to respond, police said.

Police arrested a Wickliffe man, 22, and a Mogadore man, 42, in the 400 block of East Summit Street May 5 on charges of dogfighting and obstructing official business.

A South Lincoln Street man, 23, was charged with two counts of menacing May 8.

A Carlisle Street man, 33, was charged with domestic violence May 8.

A Youngstown man, 22, was charged with aggravated possession of drugs May 5.

Stark County

Canal Fulton

Arrest

A Canton man, 28, of Linwood Avenue Southwest, was arrested April 30 on Canal Fulton warrants alleging domestic violence and grand theft.

Theft

A South Locust Street woman told police April 22 that someone hacked into her bank account and made two illegal transactions totaling $1,205.

Jackson Township

Arrests

A Burton man, 27, was charged with aggravated menacing and disorderly conduct April 28 at the Sheetz store on Whipple Avenue Northwest. Police said he consumed food and a drink, refused to pay and caused workers to fear for their safety.

A Casper Drive Northwest woman, 19, was charged with domestic violence April 27 after she allegedly choked and assaulted her mother.

A Richfield man, 32, of Southern Road, was arrested April 27 on a telecommunications harassment warrant.

A South Boulevard Northwest man, 40, was arrested April 26 on a warrant alleging child endangerment. Police said the man was impaired and unable to care for his 6-year-old grandson.

Fraud

A township resident told police April 26 that a Bedford resident made $860 in unauthorized transactions from her checking account.

Thefts

A Newbury man told police April 30 that clothing, vegetables and a cellphone and charger, total value $700, were stolen from his van at Sam’s Club on Portage Street Northwest.

A hammer drill set and saw blades, total value $1,000, were stolen April 27 from a Canton man’s car at Home Depot on Portage Street Northwest.

A box trailer and equipment inside, total value $6,358, were reported stolen April 26 from Olivieri Contracting of North Canton.

Six pairs of eyeglass frames, total value $1,550, were stolen April 23 from Vision Works on Dressler Road Northwest.

A Seymour Street Northwest man told police April 23 that a laptop computer, jewelry and other items, total value $2,280, were missing. The same day, a female at the home told police she let someone borrow two rings, total value $600, and knows they were sold at a pawn shop.

A supervisor at Walmart on Mega Street Northwest told police April 21 that a customer was seen on closed-circuit TV stealing a $798 computer.

North Canton

Arrests

A North Main Street youth, 17, was charged with domestic violence and criminal damaging April 28 after he allegedly assaulted his father in a dispute over money.

An Applegrove Street Northeast man, 40, was charged with domestic violence April 24 after he allegedly shoved his wife into a wall in their apartment.

An Orchard Hill Drive Southwest man was charged with domestic violence April 28 after he allegedly threw a wooden chair that hit a female.

Breaking and entering

A push mower and a four-wheel scooter, total value $2,300, were reported stolen April 23 from a Los Angeles Boulevard Northwest woman’s home.

Burglary

Someone stole $5,897 in jewelry and other items April 22 from a Penny Street Southeast home.

A camera and other items, total value $1,870, were stolen April 20 from a West Maple Street home.

Jewelry and other items, total value $11,665, were stolen April 16 from a Sutton Avenue Northeast home.

Plain Township

Arrests

A Carrollton man, 30, was charged with breaking and entering and receiving stolen property April 29 after police reported finding him in a stolen pickup on Maple Avenue Northeast filled with items stolen from a home on Varley Avenue Southwest in Canton Township.

Two Canton men, ages 50 and 24, of Clarendon Avenue Southwest, were charged with domestic violence April 27 after they allegedly punched and slapped a relative at a home on Lake Heights Boulevard.

Uniontown

Arrest

A Legacy Street Northwest man, 20, was charged with aggravated menacing April 24 after he allegedly threatened his mother with a gun.

Thefts

At least $10,675 in antiques and jewelry were reported stolen April 29 from Uniontown Antique Mall on Cleveland Avenue Northwest. The thefts occurred over the past several months.

About 250 fish, total value $8,000, were stolen over the last 18 months from a Shoshone Avenue Northwest pond, the owner told police April 26.

A 9mm handgun valued at $500 was reported stolen April 26 from a Sweitzer Street Northwest home.

Wayne County

Wayne sheriff

Arrest

A Wooster man, 21, was charged with receiving stolen property May 4 after deputies pulled him over on state Route 83 in a stolen 2011 Dodge.

Burglaries

A cellphone, a purse with $165 and other items, total value $258, were reported stolen May 3 from a home in the 9200 block of McQuaid Road, East Union Township.

A 9mm handgun and jewelry, total value $700, were reported stolen May 5 from a home in the 12800 block of Portage Street, Chippewa Township.

Thefts

Someone stole $400 in tools and caused $1,300 in damage to cars May 8 at a home in the 300 block of Tracy Bridge Road, East Union Township.

Two checks and $250 were reported stolen May 5 from a van in the 10100 block of McQuaid Road, East Union Township.

A checkbook and $30 were reported stolen May 5 from three unlocked vehicles in the 8700 block of East Lincoln Way, East Union Township.

An East Union Township resident reported that $35 was taken May 3 from an unlocked van at his home in the 20 block of South Millborne Road.

Wooster

Domestic Violence

A Wooster girl, 17, told police May 6 an acquaintance threatened her at East Bowman and Lincoln streets.

Felonious assault

A Wooster Township man, 41, reported May 5 that his nephew assaulted him at a home in the 600 block of South Bever Street.

Theft

An Orrville man reported May 6 that a rental car was stolen 10 days earlier at North Columbus and West Larwill streets. The rental agency had not been able to find the 2013 Chevrolet.


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