A Mark Drive man, 27, was charged with carrying a concealed weapon, obstructing official business and having an open container of alcohol in a vehicle. Police said a semi-automatic pistol was found on the man, who was a passenger in a vehicle stopped for a traffic violation.
A Diagonal Road man, 18, was charged with drug trafficking, drug abuse, possession of drug paraphernalia and obstructing official business. Officers responding to a Diagonal Road residence for a burglary call arrested the man in the backyard of a Courtland Avenue home. Reports said drugs, cash and drug paraphernalia were found on him.
A 24-year-old woman and a 35-year-old man of Cato Avenue were charged with illegal manufacturing of methamphetamine, assembly of chemicals and possession of drugs.
A Harvard Avenue woman, 18, was charged with receiving stolen property. Police said the woman along with two other women were found to have $1,044 worth of clothing in their car reported stolen from J.C. Penney at Chapel Hill Mall.
An Independence Avenue man, 31, and a Greensburg Road, North Canton man, 26, were charged with possession of drugs and an open container. Police responding to a report of a break-in on East Voris Street reported seeing the men walking down a driveway sharing a beer. Methamphetamine was found on the men, reports said.
A Reed Avenue man, 22, was charged with receiving stolen property. Officers reported seeing the man pushing a vehicle that was reported stolen in Cuyahoga Falls.
Six men and two women between the ages of 24 and 57 were charged with illegal manufacturing of methamphetamine and illegal assembly of methamphetamine at a Stanton Avenue residence.
A East York Street man, 49, was charged with aggravated robbery and felonious assault. Police said the man hit another man several times over the head with a roofing tile and took money from him.
A Hartford Avenue man, 28, was charged with carrying a concealed weapon, possessing weapons illegally and misrepresentation of identity. Police said officers were called to a Diagonal Road Circle K for a man with a gun in his waistband. Officers stopped the man at Diagonal Road and Hardesty Avenue and found a CZ 40-caliber handgun.
An Amherst Street man, 23, was charged with possessing weapons illegally, possession of a defaced firearm and possession of a dangerous ordnance. Police said the man had a sawed-off shotgun with the serial number scraped off.
A Big Falls Avenue man, 29, was charged with tampering with evidence, possession of cocaine, resisting arrest and possessing an open container in a motor vehicle. Police said officers stopped a Dodge Caravan for a traffic violation. The man was a passenger in the vehicle.
A Forbes Avenue man, 18, was charged with breaking and entering, possession of criminal tools, obstructing official business and criminal damaging. Police said the man was seen in a 4-wheeler on Hunt Street and led officers on a foot-chase. He was arrested at a Concord Avenue residence.
An Elinor Avenue woman, 34, was charged with felonious assault. Police said the woman broke someone’s jaw.
An Ada Street man, 18, was charged with burglary and obstructing official business. Police said the man was seen in the rear of a Hollinger Avenue residence with items stolen from a Dodge Avenue residence.
A Lincoln Avenue man, 30, was charged with sexual battery. Police said the man had sexual intercourse with a woman while she was impaired and unable to consent.
An Adelaide Avenue man, 31, was charged with domestic violence, criminal damage and theft.
A Thayer Street man, 31, was charged with domestic violence.
A Darkow Avenue man, 19, was charged with domestic violence.
A Whitney Avenue man, 33, was charged with domestic violence.
A South Maple Street man, 27, was charged with domestic violence. Police said the man assaulted a woman who is pregnant.
A Maple Heights man, 27, was arrested April 12 by Akron police on a warrant charging him with threatening to gun down the Barberton mother of the couple’s four children.
A Barberton High School student, 18, was ordered to appear in Barberton Municipal Court on charges of assault and criminal damaging April 11. Police said the student hit a 15-year-old girl in the back of the head in a hallway.
Items valued at $2,107 were reported stolen from a South Van Buren Avenue home, which was forced open, according to the resident.
Misuse of a credit card
A Carol Lee Drive Northwest resident told police that she noticed April 7 that her missing debit card had been used for several unauthorized charges totaling $3,200.
A backpack blower that belonged to a lawn maintenance company was reported stolen from the 600 block of Revere Road April 17.
A Granger Road man reported he was driving past his property April 17 when he saw a man driving his tractor down the driveway. He turned the vehicle around and was able to confront the man, who by this time had parked the tractor next to a power tiller that also was reported stolen.
A 16-year-old Cook Street boy was charged April 18 with felony domestic violence. He is accused of punching his mother in the neck.
Two brothers, ages 19 and 21, were charged April 17 with domestic violence. The younger man is accused of throwing his mother to the ground. The elder brother is accused of threatening his brother with a gun. The 21-year-old is also charged with aggravated menacing, possession of drug paraphernalia and drug abuse.
A 48-year-old Akron woman was charged April 16 with having an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle. Reports said she was stopped by police on Sackett Avenue at Seventh Street. An officer found in her possession a cup of wine.
A 53-year-old Eighth Street man was charged April 16 with felonious assault. He is accused of pushing a 55-year-old woman to the floor and firing a handgun above her head. He told police the gunshot was accidental.
A home in the 1900 block of Ohio Avenue was broken into April 17. Electronics and jewelry were reported taken.
Cash was reported stolen from a house in the 900 block of Curtis Avenue during a burglary April 17.
A 14th Street man reported April 17 someone used his information to file a federal tax return.
A 42-year-old Sixth Street woman reported April 16 someone used her personal information to file a federal tax return.
Passing bad checks
A security employee for a local bank reported April 16 a man deposited a check for $9,200 into the man’s account, then withdrew $9,000 the next day. The check was returned as insufficient funds.
An 18-year-old woman reported April 18 she received a call from a man who knew personal things about her and asked for sexual favors.
A 1989 Oldsmobile Delta 88 was reported stolen from the parking lot at 470 Howe Road April 17. A wallet in the vehicle also was taken.
A Carlysle Street man, 42, was arrested on a theft charge, accused of stealing merchandise from Home Depot April 10.
A 25-year-old Glenmont Drive man was jailed on a charge of domestic violence April 10. He is accused of throwing his girlfriend onto a couch, striking her head.
A Florida woman, 36, of Orlando was jailed, accused of passing bad checks when she tried to purchase a vehicle, valued at $60,322, from Thomas Classics on South Main Street. The investigation showed the checks were drawn on a closed account.
A 20-year-old was jailed on a charge of domestic violence April 5, accused of pushing a woman into a kitchen counter.
An $800 kennel cage was reported stolen April 15 from a Hottman Avenue yard.
A Diagonal Road man, 39, was arrested, accused of stealing two steaks totaling $57.91 from Giant Eagle April 17.
A Kenridge Road woman, 38, told police her bicycle was stolen April 7.
A homeless man, 25, was jailed April 14 on warrants out of North Canton charging him with burglary, aggravated menacing and theft. He was arrested during a traffic stop at South Arlington and Boettler roads.
A Marion woman, 44, was jailed on an assault charge. She is accused of striking a man in a vehicle, throwing a cell phone at him and kicking the man several times, at Interstate 77 and Wise Road.
A Dewalt Drive man, 25, was jailed April 12 on charges of domestic violence and endangering children, accused of striking a Louisville boy, 4, in the face.
A domestic violence charge was lodged against a Mayfair Road man, 23, for arguing with his girlfriend, who then feared for her safety when he took a phone and pushed her down April 8.
Breaking and entering
Cash totaling $649 was reported stolen April 14 following a break-in at Bob’s Lake Bar on South Main Street.
A tub unit, fireplace mantel and other items were reported stolen April 5 from a house under construction on Myersville Road. No value was given.
Misuse of credit card
A Long Road resident said April 5 that her credit card was used without permission to purchase items totaling $2,409 from Home Depots in Cuyahoga Falls and Springfield Township.
A Folkstone Circle man said April 11 that someone charged $553 on his credit card.
A $1,000 boat motor was reported stolen April 9 from a man’s Winning Way Drive yard.
Three amplifiers and other sound equipment, valued at $3,050, were reported taken from a Cuyahoga Falls man’s car at a South Arlington Street location April 9.
Police arrested three juveniles April 15, accused of smoking marijuana and narrowly missing hitting a police cruiser while turning left from Darrow Road to Barlow Road. Reports said the officer was driving in the opposite direction when the car driven by a 16-year-old boy turned left in front of the cruiser, nearly hitting the officer. Reports said officers found marijuana and smoking devices in the car.
Someone broke into the Morewell Electric building April 13 in the 800 block of Seasons Road and stole $25 cash, a metal money box and lottery tickets, reports said. About $1,000 damage was caused to the garage door, which was how the building was broken into.
An Atterbury Boulevard woman reported that someone had re-routed her social security checks to a Georgia bank. The woman told police she never received her social security check and when she called Social Security, they said they had sent her a letter asking her to confirm her new bank routing number but the woman had never responded.
A 50-year-old woman and a 35-year-old man were charged April 14 with theft and disorderly conduct. The woman also was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
A 27-year-old woman was charged April 17 with six counts of passing bad checks.
Breaking and entering.
A 51-year-old Hudson man was arrested April 15 on a warrant from Summit County for a probation violation. Arresting officers reported finding syringes and a measuring spoon in his vehicle. He was additionally charged with possession of drug abuse instruments.
A 26-year-old Canton woman was charged April 16 with theft and possession of criminal tools. She is accused of taking video games valued at $180 from a Hudson Drive department store. Police said she placed the items in her purse, which was lined with tin foil.
A garage in the 3500 block of Williamson Road was broken into April 16. Lawn tools, a compressor and a chainsaw, valued at a total of $3,700, were reported taken.
A trailer parked in the 4600 block of Prosper Drive was broken into April 16. Tools and T-shirts were reported taken.
A purse containing cash and prescription medication was reported stolen from a bedside table in a home in the 5400 block of Young Road April 16.
A Killian Road man, 42, was booked for domestic violence April 2. He was accused of holding his wife down on a bed and covering her head with a pillow.
A Broadview Road man, 60, was jailed April 11, accused of disseminating matter harmful to two young children and endangering children.
Charges of felony domestic violence and resisting arrest were filed against a Pepperhill Road woman’s boyfriend, 45, accused of pushing and threatening her. Police said an electric stun gun was used to subdue the man during his arrest.
Breaking and entering
A Shanafelt Avenue woman told police April 9 that while she was in jail her leaf blower, lawn mower and check, valued at $2,650, were stolen.
A Delaware Avenue woman said April 9 that a $3,499 three-carat diamond tennis bracelet was stolen from her home.
A 76-year-old man reported he was bitten by a neighbor’s pet mixed-breed boxer April 16 as he walked past their home in the 500 block of East Avenue. Reports said the dog’s leash had broken.
A 32-year-old Broad Street man was charged April 18 with threatening domestic violence and aggravated menacing. He is accused of threatening his girlfriend and her daughter with a knife.
A 25-year-old First Street man was charged April 16 with domestic violence.
Police arrested a 44-year-old man April 18 at his Wadsworth place of employment on a warrant from Wayne County for rape.
Electronics valued at $2,100 were reported taken during the burglary of a home in the 200 block of Trease Road April 18.
A Fairview Drive woman, 19, was charged April 9 with domestic violence in the 300 block of South Depeyster Street.
Police said someone broke into a building April 13 in the 1300 block of Middlebury Road and about $2,700 worth of tools, including high-performance drills and air chisels, were stolen.
A Bruce Street man, 24, was booked at the Stark County Jail on April 10 on a warrant charging domestic violence and resisting arrest.
A Brewton Street man, 26, was arrested by Lawrence Township police on April 7 in the 5300 block of Erie Avenue North and booked on a Canal Fulton police warrant charging him with burglary and theft.
A Ledgewood Boulevard Northwest man, 24, was jailed on a charge of domestic violence April 8. He was accused of threatening to kill a woman.
Two Casper Drive Northwest residents reported their homes were entered April 8, with an $800 stereo receiver and a $700 television stolen.
A Kent man told police April 10 that his $1,900 laptop computer was stolen from his car while parked at a Sunset Strip Avenue Northwest apartment complex.
A bike rack and table and chairs, valued at $575, were reported stolen April 7 from in front of the Bike Shop store on 20th Street Northwest.
A Hartville woman said her iPod and other items, valued at $518, were stolen from her sport utility vehicle while parked in the Marc’s parking lot on Belden Village Street Northwest.
A Duquette Avenue Northeast youth, 15, was ordered to appear in Stark County Family Court on April 10 to answer false alarm charges. Police said he made a false statement, saying to an officer that he was hit by a vehicle.
An Ivy Way Northeast man, 34, was jailed on a charge of burglary April 7. He is accused of pushing in a window air-conditioning unit to get inside a Dahlia Street Northeast apartment.
Three rings and a bracelet, valued at $6,400, and a makeup kit were reported stolen from a State Street Northwest home.
Breaking and entering
The Portage Family Practice Clinic on Portage Street Northwest was broken into April 8. Police said several desk and office drawers were searched and $800 cash was taken.
A Woodward Street Northwest woman, 32, was booked on a domestic violence charge April 9. She was accused of pushing her brother several times and scratching him during an altercation.
Warrants for domestic violence and disorderly conduct were served on a Clifmont Avenue Northeast man, 21, on April 9.
A 30th Street Northeast man, 42, was jailed on a charge of domestic violence April 9. He is accused of grabbing a woman, shoving her onto a couch and pushing her several times during an argument.
A 33rd Street Northeast woman was jailed April 6, accused of punching someone in the chest during an argument at home.
Breaking and entering
Four speakers, three power washers and other items, valued at $2,816, were reported stolen April 2 from the home of a Middlebranch Avenue Northeast man.
A Bambi Street Northwest man said cash, four shotguns, two muzzleloaders and other items, valued at $2,650, were stolen from his home April 4.
A flat-screen television and a DVD player valued at $2,025 were reported taken April 16 from a residence in the 5700 block of Cleveland Road, Wayne Township.
A Chippewa Township woman, 44, reported April 16 that someone used her credit card information.
Someone obtained loans by using a 43-year-old Chippewa Township woman’s identification, she reported April 13.
A Sugar Creek Township woman, 46, reported April 13 that she paid $2,490 in February to a business for a water softener that she never received.
A hydraulic pump valued at $10,000 was reported taken April 9 from a job site at Black Diamond and Chippewa roads, Chippewa Township.
A solar panel and wiring worth $4,000 was reported taken April 14 from a stop sign at Doylestown and Mount Eaton roads, Chippewa Township.
Copper wire worth $25,000 was reported taken April 12 from American Electric Power’s East Wooster Substation, 3475 Back Orrville Road, Wayne Township.
A 40-year-old man of Unicoi, Tenn., was arrested April 13 on charges of possession of controlled substances, drug paraphernalia and having an open container in a vehicle in the 1400 block of East Bowman Street.
A television and jewelry valued at $800 were reported taken April 15 from a residence in the 600 block of High Street.
Prescription drugs worth $600 were reported taken April 12 from a residence in the 700 block of Spink Street.
A McConnelsville, Ohio, woman reported April 15 that someone had used a credit card without permission at Donatos Pizza, 316 Beall Avenue.