A Summit County grand jury has dropped a charge of receiving stolen property against Ra-Shae F. Greer, 20, of Orlando Avenue. Police said she was driving a 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora on May 19 that had been reported stolen the previous day.
Kevin R. Thomas, 19, of Cordova Avenue, was charged May 27 with aggravated robbery, aggravated burglary and tampering with evidence. Police said Thomas was involved in a Fultz Avenue robbery involving a handgun and shotgun. He allegedly transported accomplices to the crime scene and hid weapons after a shooting. Tyler C. McCraney, 19, of Roslyn Avenue, was charged May 26 with two counts of aggravated robbery, two counts of aggravated burglary and participation in a criminal gang. Police said McCraney was shot while trying to enter a Fultz Street residence. Officers said he is a member of the Hilltop Crips and has a previous gang conviction.
Elton W. Moore Jr., 55, of West Mildred Avenue, was charged May 29 with robbery after he allegedly reached over a counter at Emidio's, 636 N. Main St., and tried to take a cash register. Police also charged him with aggravated robbery and vandalism after he allegedly went into Circle K, 465 E. Cuyahoga Falls Ave., indicated he had a gun, jumped over a counter, carried off a register and ran away.
Two gunmen robbed a pedestrian May 29 at East Cuyahoga Falls and Columbia avenues as he walked between Circle K and Lynn's Bar. They struck him with a blunt object, put a gun to the back of his head and demanded his wallet and cigarettes.
Police responded to Akron City Hospital after a man walked into the emergency room May 29 with wounds to his head and arm. The man had been shot and robbed, but he was unconscious when police arrived.
Breaking and entering
Warren Irvin, 42, of Taylor Street, was charged May 28 with breaking and entering, theft, vandalism and possession of criminal tools.
A plasma TV, sound system, laptop computer, video games, jewelry and antique clock were reported stolen May 30 from a Whitney Avenue home.
Copper gutters and a downspout were reported stolen May 27 from a Merriman Road residence.
Shashana M. Campbell, 26, of Derbydale Road, was charged May 29 with felonious assault after she allegedly cut a man's hand during an altercation.
Charles E. Nolan, 58, of Oakdale Avenue, was charged May 28 with domestic violence and disorderly conduct by intoxication after he allegedly punched a woman in the face.
Tier M. Faison, 27, of Millcreek Lane, was charged May 28 with domestic violence and felonious assault after she allegedly cut a man on the side as he was getting out of the shower. The wound required four large stitches to close, police said.
A Delia Avenue boy, 15, was charged May 27 with domestic violence after he allegedly punched and choked his mother when she told him to clean the kitchen.
Marni Keriakis, 37, of Marmax Avenue, was charged May 27 with domestic violence after she allegedly grabbed her daughter, slammed her on the ground, kicked her in the chest and stomach, and punched her face.
Troy L. Brinson, 37, of Carpenter Street, was charged May 27 with domestic violence, obstructing official business, disrupting public services and vandalism. Police said he slapped his girlfriend in the face and disconnected a phone when she called police.
Dominic J. Pelle, 45, of East Tallmadge Avenue, was charged May 23 with domestic violence after he allegedly punched his wife in the face at Main Street and Tallmadge Avenue.
Raymond LaMarca, 28, of Case Drive, Hudson, was charged May 29 with operating under the influence, willfully fleeing, hit-skip and driving under suspension after he allegedly crashed into two parked cars on West Market Street and fled from police.
Stephen K. Marshall, 65, of Trotter Road, Norton, was charged May 28 with carrying a concealed weapon in a government building and conveying a deadly weapon into a courthouse. He allegedly tried to enter Akron Police Department with a loaded gun.
A Murray Avenue man told police May 27 that an unknown person had been harassing him in Internet chat rooms by making rude comments and negative statements about him.
Anthony Grayson, 18, of Sylvester Street, was charged June 1 with domestic violence and resisting arrest. Police were called to the home by Grayson's mother, who said he was ''tearing up the house.'' She told police he began to yell and throw furniture around when his brother asked to play video games while Grayson was playing.
Aaron L. Carpenter, 36, who is homeless, was charged June 1 with violating a protection order. He is accused of being at a Seventh Street Northwest residence May 31 in violation of the order.
A Copley woman, 43, told police she was walking on West Lake Avenue when three men grabbed her from behind and took her phone from her hand. She told police the men tried to steal her backpack, but she ran away.
A set of golf clubs, valued at $565, was taken May 27-30 from the 200 block of Herman Street. The clubs had been delivered by Federal Express and left at the side garage door.
Breaking and entering
Someone entered a home in the 1900 block of Collier Road through a sliding glass door May 31 and stole about 100 baseball cards, 600 comic books and an autographed baseball plaque, total valued $3,000.
A Cleveland woman who purchased three plasma televisions for more than $3,000 at H.H. Gregg, 160 Rothrock Road, stopped payment on the check after leaving the store. She told the manager that her purse and checks were stolen.
A Serenity Lane man reported May 28 that someone used his credit card to advance more than $1,000. The cash was advanced via a phone transaction and sent to a Canadian bank.
Someone shot out a plate-glass window June 2 at Red Wing Shoes, 1360 Cleveland-Massillon Road.
Sheriff's deputies booked two Canton residents into the Summit County Jail after responding to a report of a fight with shots fired. Desiree Mutchler, 23, of Oxford Avenue Northwest, was charged with a firearm violation after she told deputies she fired a handgun, authorities said. Michael Bernhart, 21, of Gobel Avenue Southeast, was charged with traffic violations and possession of an open container in a vehicle.
Jenalynn Bush, 30, of Greenhill Drive, was charged with domestic violence May 25 after she allegedly struck a man in the face several times during an altercation at the residence.
A Judy Avenue resident told deputies May 22 that a $1,200 necklace was taken from her bedroom.
Benita S. Jones, 52, of Winter Parkway, was charged May 31 with disorderly conduct by intoxication. Police said she allowed food to burn on her stove, causing firefighters to respond to the apartment. When neighbors tried to help, she told them there was no problem and slammed the door in their faces while smoke poured out.
Susan M. Closs, 31, of Broad Boulevard, was charged May 30 with domestic violence after she allegedly assaulted her boyfriend. Police said he had a scratched face and loose tooth.
Ryan S. Morgan, 19, of Liberty Street, was charged May 28 with escape after he allegedly eluded municipal court bailiffs and security officers after his sentencing in a previous case.
A 10th Street woman told police May 31 that her ex-boyfriend sent her at least 50 harassing e-mails. She wanted to press charges but was advised to contact Yahoo.
Eddie Hill Jr., 56, of Akron, was charged May 28 with breaking and entering, possession of criminal tools and resisting arrest. Police received a report of a man entering a vacant building at 3130 W. Market St. Officers said Hill was hiding inside. A hacksaw was attached to a copper pipe.
Daniel G. Calo, 25, of Akron, was charged June 1 with felony theft after he allegedly stole more than $1,500 in goods from Hollister at
About $1,200 in merchandise was taken May 29 from New York & Co., 3265 W. Market St.
A Shriver Road resident said May 28 that a camera, camcorder and other items, total value $1,105, were taken from a vehicle overnight.
Willem Adams, 66, of Brentwood Drive, was charged May 26 with domestic violence after he allegedly pushed his wife to the ground.
Linn E. Wert, 53, of Wellman Road, Streetsboro, was charged May 25 with operating a vehicle under the influence and driving left of center.
A 2007 Mercedes was reported stolen May 25 from the 6200 block of Canterbury Court.
A burglary was reported May 24 in the 700 block of Terex Road. Electronics, a Prada purse and medications were taken.
Theft by deception
A Raymond Street resident told police May 24 that she provided $2,700 collateral to two people she thought worked for a lending agency. She last heard from them May 2.
Clifford Godfrey, 39, of Akron, was charged May 30 with burglary and obstructing justice.
Roger Starkey, 23, of Barder Avenue, Akron, was booked at the Summit County Jail on an aggravated menacing charge. Another Akron man told police that Starkey threatened him May 20 at a Manchester Road location.
Police were investigating a loss of $2,637 by a Lieb Drive woman, who told an officer May 21 that she was asked to be a secret shopper. She received a check for that amount and was told to take it to her bank and then go to a retail store to wire a moneygram to a site in Canada. She learned later from her bank that the check was fake.
Averill R. Simons Jr., 42, of Oak Street, was charged May 30 with domestic violence after he allegedly assaulted his father on Harper Avenue.
An Akron man, 39, is accused of stealing two pizzas from Regina's Pizza, 4223 Cleveland-Massillon Road, on May 24. Employees told police the man ordered two large pizzas and tried to pay by check. When an employee told him the shop doesn't take checks, the man wrote out a second check for $50,000 and said he wanted to buy pizzas for all of Norton and Barberton. He then grabbed the two pizzas, leaving behind two checks with his name and address.
Thirty pounds of cable were taken May 29-30 from Norton Energy Storage, 3700 Limestone Drive.
Dale Jarvis, 39, of Utica Avenue, was booked May 28 at the Summit County Jail on a warrant charging that he threatened to kill a man.
A Killian Road woman told police May 21 that someone obtained her credit and debit card information and charged more $1,543 at online sites.
A Mogadore Road woman reported May 27 that someone took $977 worth of flowers, trees, shrubs and plants, plus new gardening tools.
A Hillstock Avenue woman told police May 24 that a $3,100 check, later found to be worthless, was sent to her for two rings she sold online. A message with the check instructed her to wire $2,000 to a second person for plane fare. The victim followed the instructions and said the bank is trying to collect the loss from her.
A Uniontown landscape contractor reported May 23 that an Ambre Drive resident hired him to do work, which he completed, but the owner has refused to pay the $948 bill.
Two head rests with embedded TV screens, plus clothing, total value $1,800, were stolen May 22 from a pickup truck on Columbine Avenue.
Todd N. Taylor, 27, of June Drive, Streetsboro, was charged May 30 with operating a vehicle under the influence, possession of drug paraphernalia and expired plates.
Lucious Johnson, 50, of Hazel Street, Akron, was charged May 29 with operating a vehicle under the influence, crossing marked lanes, possession of marijuana and driving on the left side of the road.
Andrew J. Skalla, 22, of Valleydale Road, was charged May 26 with operating a vehicle under the influence, crossing marked lanes, weaving and not wearing a seat belt.
A report was filed May 29 regarding someone sharing a video file involving nude minors.
Kenneth M. Bennett, 18, of Akron, was charged June 1 with carrying a concealed weapon, receiving stolen property, prohibitions and possession of marijuana. Bennett had a loaded .38 caliber handgun, reports said.
Michelle R. Cannon, 40, of Arnold Avenue, Akron, was charged May 31 with assault after she allegedly quarreled with a woman and spit at her at Big Lots, 15 Midway Plaza.
A catalytic converter was reported stolen May 27 from a truck parked at Hillrom, 5660 Kennedy Road.
Steven C. Seamon, 36, of Oak Street, was charged May 30 with domestic violence.
Jeffrey A. Fritts, 40, of Lafayette Road, was charged May 28 with felony domestic violence.
Michelle L. Shippy, 39, of Guilford Boulevard, was charged May 29 with violating a protection order.
A PlayStation, games and other items were taken from a home May 30 in the 200 block of North Spring Grove.
Kelly R. Skvarka, 41, of Silver Meadows Boulevard, was charged May 31 with attempted burglary after she allegedly tried to enter an apartment she manages without permission. Jasmin T.M. Moore, 20, also of Silver Meadows, was charged with assault.
Douglas D. Mills, 36, of Overbrook Drive, was charged June 1 with disorderly conduct by intoxication. Police said Mills was in the street and refused to walk. Officers said they had to carry and drag him away.
Jack E. Autry, 46, of Madison Street, was charged May 28 with drug abuse and deception to obtain dangerous drugs. Autry allegedly passed a forged prescription for Percocet at CVS, 318 E. Main St.
Carole A. Doolittle-Reed, 31, of King Street, was charged June 1 with operating a vehicle under the influence and not having required tail and rear license plate lights.
James A. LaFlame Jr., 32, of South Walnut Street, was charged June 2 with operating a vehicle under the influence, possession of drug abuse instruments, driving under suspension and failure to comply. He ran from the car and led police on a short chase, reports said.
Dereck S. Smith, 22, of Harvest Drive, was charged May 31 with domestic violence after he allegedly assaulted his live-in girlfriend.
Richard S. Macko, 36, of Washington Avenue, was charged with domestic violence June 1 after he allegedly assaulted his child's mother.
Christopher M. Pellegrini, 23, of 14th Street, Akron, was charged May 27 with burglary after he allegedly called the victim of a break-in and admitted he had done it.
Nathan W. Konzen, 21, of Summit Street, was charged with burglary and possession of drugs June 1 after he allegedly broke into a Summit Street residence. Police said he had a morphine patch on his hip and another inside his shoe.
A burglary was reported May 31 in the 6600 block of Cleveland Road. Someone kicked in the front door and removed the copper wiring from the appliances and electrical box.
Percy L. Campbell, 35, of Sobul Avenue, Akron, was charged May 30 with criminal nonsupport.
Randall Panter, 37, of Bank Street, Akron, was charged May 30 with burglary and criminal damaging.
Christopher Wenhart, 31, of Edwin Avenue Southeast, Massillon, was booked on a warrant May 25 on a charge of passing bad checks.
Matthew Heiser, 18, of Portage Street Northwest, was charged May 29 with receiving stolen property and possession of drug paraphernalia and marijuana. Police said he had credit cards, a driver's license and medical cards belonging to another person.
Johnetta Ramsey, 41, of Kirby Avenue Northeast, Canton, was booked on a warrant alleging bad checks.
Jeremy Biggs, 29, of Palmer Drive Northwest, was booked May 25 on a domestic violence charge after he allegedly slapped a woman in the face.
Daniel Williams, 40, of Avondale Lane Northwest, was booked May 24 on charges of telecommunications fraud, criminal simulation and theft. Police said a flier was created to promote a women's health and beauty expo for charity. Vendors and sponsors provided payments, but the expo was never held.
A $1,000 GPS unit was reported stolen May 26 from a vehicle parked at a Bundoran Street Northwest home.
Electronic equipment, total value $1,629, was reported stolen May 24 from a vehicle at a Woodlawn Avenue Northwest home.
An Acadia Street Northwest woman told police that she was notified that she won an international sweepstakes, but had to send $1,000 to receive her winnings. After she sent the money, she began receiving calls for more money.
Someone damaged spotlights May 19-20 on a sign at Stark State College of Technology on Frank Avenue Northwest. Damage was estimated at $1,500.
David Cartwright, 48, of Hillcrest Avenue Northwest, was charged May 27 with domestic violence after he allegedly struck a woman.
An Ashley Avenue Northeast man told police May 21 that $300 and four gift cards, total value $800, were taken from a car parked at his home.
An Ellesmere Avenue Northwest man told police May 20 that his credit union notified him that his credit card number had been used to buy two airline tickets, total value $1,983.
A guitar and amplifier were taken June 1 from West Salem Church of God, 13701 Flemming Road, West Salem.
Someone took 86 OxyContin tablets valued at $579 from a motor home in the 11100 block of Stratton Road, Congress Township, and caused $400 in damages June 2.
Two windows and seven Ethernet cords, total value $315, were taken June 2 from a residence in the 18200 block of Fox Road, Chippewa Township.
Breaking and entering
Copper pipes valued at $300 were taken May 31 from the basement of a cabin at Killbuck Marsh Cabins, 7728 Cemetery Road, Clinton Township.
A garden tractor valued at $200 was taken May 28 from a shed in the 8000 block of West Salem Road, Congress Township.
Four bottles of alcohol and a jar of coins valued at $50 were taken May 30 from a barn in the 5300 block of East Sterling Road, Milton Township.
Six coils of copper wire valued at $1,500 were taken June 2 from AEP, 9646 E. Lincoln Way, East Union Township.
A boy, 17, was arrested May 30 on a felony charge of domestic violence after he fought with an 18-year-old woman with whom he has a child at her residence in the 500 block of College Avenue. The boy was convicted of domestic violence in October 2006.
Donald Hoyie Robinson, 38, and Larry W. Johnson, 42, both of Wooster, were arrested May 30 on charges of breaking and entering at Metallics Recycling, 1375 Old Mansfield Road, after a security guard told police they were taking two radiators from the yard.
Tonya D. Faulkner, 32, of Wooster, was arrested June 1 on a charge of possession of cocaine after police stopped her at North Bever and Henrietta streets.
Breaking and entering
An all-terrain vehicle valued at $4,000 was taken June 1 from a storage garage at the College of Wooster, 1189 Beall Ave., and driven into a pond.
A cell phone and $350 were taken June 2 from a residence in the 1100 block of Pittsburgh Avenue.
A glass bottle with $200 was taken May 30 from a residence in the 300 block of Spink Street.