Editor’s note: Since the hacking incident, media access to Akron’s online arrest records has been temporarily taken down.
A Peerless Avenue man was jailed on charges of felony escape and theft of a $40 pair of handcuffs as well as a theft warrant May 17. He was handcuffed and broke away from the officer before being apprehended a second time.
A Medina woman, 19, of Springbrook Drive, was jailed for telecommunications harassment, criminal trespassing and criminal damaging during an investigation May 16 into a domestic call at a Lauter Avenue residence.
A 31-year-old woman was charged May 27 with felony theft. She is accused of stealing a wallet containing credit cards from a shopping cart at TJ Maxx, 3897 Medina Road. An employee witnessed the theft and was able to give police a detailed description of the suspect and her vehicle. She was found and arrested at the nearby Walmart.
A Revere High School senior was charged May 24 with disorderly conduct. He is accused of riding a dirt bike in the school hallways. The bike and two cameras were confiscated.
Police report that besides graduating seniors painting the “ceremonial rock” on May 27, a school zone flasher light, Ohio Edison electrical cables, two trees, and “no parking” signs were also painted.
An employee reportedly confessed to stealing and selling four cellphones from Verizon, 3763 Medina Road, between May 13 and 27.
A 21-year-old man was arrested May 27 for driving under the influence. The arresting officer noticed the suspect driving erratically.
Two Akron men were jailed on warrants May 17 at a South Arlington Road location. The older suspect was charged with felonious assault, while the other was charged with obstructing official business.
A Swartz Road resident told a Summit County sheriff’s deputy May 16 that she discovered a Visa and bank accounts had been opened in her name and had charges totaling $1,181.
A 26-year-old Cliffside Drive man was charged May 23 with domestic violence. He is accused of threatening to shoot his girlfriend.
A 42-year-old Akron man is wanted for escape and theft. On May 29, police reported that the man failed to return to the Cuyahoga Falls Jail after being released from Akron City Hospital, and failed to return the jail uniform he was wearing, valued at $125.
Someone lit fireworks in a third floor hallway of a Winter Parkway apartment building May 25. Damage estimate is under $1,000. No one was injured.
A video game system and games were stolen from an apartment in the 2200 block of Winter Parkway.
A Clyde Avenue apartment was broken into May 29. Electronics, valued at more than $1,700, were taken.
Someone used four counterfeit $20 bills to purchase a pre-paid debit card at Walgreens, 775 Howe Ave., on May 24.
Misuse of a credit card
A Third Street woman reported May 28 someone used her debit-card account to make more than $700 in unauthorized charges.
A Caleb Street man reported May 28 that someone claiming to be a debt collector made a $500 withdrawal from his checking account.
A box truck was taken from the 700 block of Howe Avenue on May 28.
A man took a case of Reese’s peanut butter cups, valued at $72, from Sheetz, 1210 Main St., on May 27.
A 23rd Street woman reported May 23 that someone took a FedEx package from outside her door. The package contained an iPhone.
About 30 American flags belonging to the Falls Garden Club were stolen from the perimeter of Oak Park Cemetery on May 25.
A 12th Street woman reported May 27 she bought a cellphone for $450 from someone she did not know. She later learned she bought a stolen phone.
An Akron woman, 18, was arrested on theft charges May 28. She allegedly tried to steal merchandise worth $10.98 from Spencer’s Gifts in Summit Mall. Store security caught her trying to conceal a purse inside her own purse. After being caught she admitted to stealing from some others stores in the mall. She has been banned from the mall for two years.
A Cuyahoga Falls woman, 37, and an Akron woman, 28, were arrested on theft charges May 26. They both allegedly stole baby clothes from Walmart. Store security noticed the women select multiple baby items and place them in their purses. The total amount of stolen goods was $148.40.
An Elyria man, 27, was arrested on theft charges May 25. He allegedly tried to steal some beverages from Giant Eagle. He was given the chance to pay for the items but his credit card was declined. Total value of stolen merchandise was $208.32.
A Maryland woman, 22, was arrested on theft charges May 24. She allegedly tried to steal a bracelet from Spencer’s Gifts. A store employee noticed the suspect put the bracelet on her wrist and exit the store without paying for it. She was stopped and escorted back into the store. Total value of stolen items was $5.98.
A Berna Road man said someone forced entry through his garage to enter the home and steal two long guns, two pellet guns and a 6-foot gun safe. No value was listed.
An Eagle Drive resident said May 20 that she put her $921 rent check in a deposit box outside the main office and someone stole it, altered it and cashed it.
A Grandby Drive man was charged May 24 with domestic violence. He is accused of throwing nail clippers at a woman in the home, striking her head and causing a cut.
A Chadbourne Drive man reported May 24 someone used his personal information to open several credit accounts.
A fishing boat and two motors were reported stolen May 19 from the property of a Woodledge Boulevard residence. No value was listed.
A Clarkmill Road man reported May 24 that his daughter had been dog-sitting for nearly a month. On May 24, the man told police, the owner of the dog broke into the home and took the dog while no one was home.
A bailiff serving papers in the 3300 block of Reimer Road on May 28 found the remnants of a methamphetamine lab. Police checked the property and did not find additional methamphetamine ingredients.
A cement statue of a kneeling soldier was stolen from a flower garden near the end of the driveway of a home in the 4500 block of Bliss Drive on May 26.
A Barberton man, 21, of East Park Avenue, was jailed May 23 for domestic violence after he was accused by his Brunswick girlfriend of using a baseball bat to break a window of a car she was in on Canaan Drive. He fled but turned himself in to police later that day.
A Stevenson Avenue woman said May 20 that she picked up her boyfriend from work and once at her home he held her face down and ripped off her fingernails. The suspect, a Copley resident, 32, of Oaktree Road, was arrested later by Copley police using a Springfield warrant for domestic violence.
Police jailed a Massillon Road woman, 52, for domestic violence May 18 after she allegedly punched her husband in the nose and bit him during an argument.
A Columbine Avenue home’s door was pried open and jewelry and other items, total value $5,925, were reported stolen May 21.
An Xbox system, 11 video games and other items, total value $1,000, were reported stolen from a Fritsch Avenue home May 19.
A $1,500 metal brake for cutting aluminum siding was stolen from the back of a Uniontown man’s pickup while parked off East Waterloo Road on May 23.
A GM transmission valued at $1,700 was reported stolen May 21 from behind a Hillstock Avenue home.
On May 19, a Sanitarium Road resident told police he received a phone call offering him the chance to join a customer loyalty rewards program. Police said the victim paid $593. He then received a bill in which the company said there was no such program.
A television was taken during the burglary of a home in the 2300 block of Graham Road on May 23.
A home in the 3300 block of Darrow Road was broken into May 23. A safe, video games and a video game system were among the items taken.
An employee of Target, 4200 Kent Road, reported May 25 that a woman attempted to pay for $169 in merchandise with $180 in counterfeit $20 bills. When the cashier questioned her about the bills, the suspect said she would be right back with a credit card. The suspect left and did not return.
Police received a report May 24 that a 10-year-old girl was inappropriately touched by an adult.
A Cuyahoga Falls man reported May 27 he hired a man through a Craigslist advertisement to work at a Diplomat Drive home. He later discovered the man took several items from the home.
A Graham Road woman reported May 22 that while sitting outside with her children, she allowed a woman to go inside her home to get something to drink. The suspect went in the back door and out the front door. When the home owner went inside, she found her video game system gone.
Theft by deception
A 72-year-old Stockman Court woman reported May 23 that since May 16, she lost $5,000 in a telecommunications fraud.
A warrant was issued for a man who was accused May 29 with violating a protection order. The man’s ex-girlfriend told police she was leaving a Tallmadge Circle business when she saw him in his car in a nearby parking lot. She said he hung out of the window and waved to her. A GPS unit the man wears as a condition of probation confirmed he was in the parking lot at the reported time.
A 40-year-old Southeast Avenue man was arrested May 28 during a traffic stop for a felony warrant from Medina County. He was released to a Medina County Sheriff deputy.
A 25-year-old North Thomas Road man was charged May 27 with domestic violence. He is accused of assaulting his girlfriend.
A 29-year-old Akron woman was charged May 30 with aggravated possession of drugs, theft, and two counts of possession of drugs. The woman was stopped for shoplifting at Kmart, 555 South Ave. Police said a stolen ring was on the woman’s finger, and other stolen items, totaling more than $100, were found in her purse. Police also found drugs including Vicodin and ecstasy.
Electronics were taken during the burglary of an apartment in the 70 block of North Thomas Road on May 29.
Two televisions, a game system and games, valued at more than $2,000, were taken during the burglary of an apartment in the 200 block of North Thomas Road on May 26.
Misuse of a credit card
A Green Meadow Drive man reported May 29 someone used his credit card to charge nearly $1,000 at a local Best Buy.
A 24-year-old Janet Court man was arrested May 31 on a charge of aggravated trafficking in drugs.
A 32-year-old Lake Street man was charged May 28 with domestic violence.
Charges of telecommunication harassment, menacing by stalking, and having an open container of an alcoholic beverage were filed against a 42-year-old Mogadore man May 27.
A 24-year-old man was arrested May 25 on charges of public indecency and disorderly conduct. A second man, 22, of Canton, was charged with public indecency. They were arrested in the 100 block of South Water Street.
A 62-year-old Brouse Drive woman was charged May 29 with domestic violence and operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs. She is accused of assaulting her husband, then leaving the home in a vehicle while intoxicated.
Charged in a warrant accusing her of passing bad checks, a Strausser Street Northwest woman, 27, was jailed after being taken into custody by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
An Everhard Road Northwest man, 46, was jailed for felony domestic violence May 22 after his daughter told a Stark County Sheriff’s deputy that her father became physical with her and her shoulder was dislocated during the incident.
An Arlington Avenue Northwest man, 19, was booked for felony burglary May 20 after a Hardin Avenue Northwest resident’s son said he found the suspect in his mother’s home without permission. The teen was arrested in the 7400 block of Arlington Avenue.
An Ontario Street Northwest man, 51, was jailed for domestic violence, felonious assault and using a weapon while intoxicated May 19 following an incident at his home. A sheriff’s report said his live-in girlfriend told authorities that he threatened to shoot himself or maybe he would just shoot her. The report said he fired a shot in the back yard as she hid behind a tree.
A Wales Avenue Northwest woman, 38, was jailed for falsification May 17 for filing a false felony report against her ex-boyfriend on May 5 because she was upset with him.
A Wales Avenue Northwest resident told police May 20 that over the last eight months four rifles and three handguns, total value $1,775, had been stolen from his basement.
A Lake Township resident told police that she was at the Pub Club on Dressler Road Northwest when her car window was smashed and her purse and contents, total value $600, were stolen May 19.
A Canton woman said she was working at Ruby Tuesday’s on Dressler Road Northwest on May 19 when her iPod and amplifier equipment, total value $829, were stolen from her car.
A Landsale Avenue Northwest man said vehicle parts worth $1,500 were stolen from his yard May 17.
A laptop computer and checkbook, total value $800, were reported stolen May 17 from a Canton man’s car at Tam O’Shanter Golf Course on Hills & Dales Road Northwest.
Two cellphones, total value $550, were reported stolen from the Sprint Kiosk in Westfield Belden Village Mall on Belden Village Street Northwest on May 16 when one man distracted a clerk and another suspect reached over the counter and took the phones.
A variety of tools and a ground positioning system unit, total value $1,525, and belonging to G&M Concrete of Hartville, were stolen from the victim’s work truck at Home Depot on Portage Street Northwest on May 15.
A 60-year-old Leaver Road woman was jailed for domestic violence, falsification and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle May 22. Police said she allegedly struck her ex-husband on the left leg with the vehicle.
An Arcadia Street man, 41, was booked for domestic violence May 18 for allegedly striking a woman in the side of the face and pushing her onto bricks, causing injury to an eye and knee.
A $2,500 antique cast iron statue of a dog was reported snatched from a Werstler Avenue Northwest front porch May 13.
Deputies jailed an Orchardale Drive Northwest man, 27, on a felony domestic violence warrant May 20 when found at his home.
A Lakeside Avenue Northwest man, 23, was booked for domestic violence May 19 after a female at the residence said he pushed her and threw her to the floor.
An Edison Street Northwest man, 34, was jailed for felony domestic violence May 15. Police said the victim was his girlfriend from Alliance.
A Uniontown man told police May 17 that someone had stolen $900 from his checking account. Later that same day he learned someone tried to take another $1,100, but the bank flagged the account and the victim was reimbursed.
A Twin Hills Street Northwest man said May 16 that he and his brother sold a car on Craigslist for $7,500. The buyer paid with a certified bank check, but the sellers later learned from the bank that the check was fake.