A Chalker Street man, 47, was charged with aggravated burglary and aggravated robbery after he allegedly entered a woman’s home, held a knife to her neck and demanded money. The man fled with her purse and other items, police said.
A Brittain Road man, 58, was charged with felonious assault and domestic violence after he allegedly stabbed a man in the chest.
A West Cedar Street man, 43, was charged with aggravated robbery after he allegedly held up someone at gunpoint in a Harris Court home. Police arrested the man at Popeye’s Chicken at North Howard Street and West Tallmadge Avenue.
A Springdale Avenue man, 24, was charged with domestic violence after he allegedly assaulted a woman who is pregnant with his child.
A West Long Street man, 48, was charged with forgery, theft, obstructing official business and carrying a concealed weapon after he allegedly passed fake $20 bills at KC’s 3rd Base Bar on East Tallmadge Avenue. Police said he had a concealed knife.
A Minson Way man, 29, was charged with domestic violence and disrupting public service after he allegedly assaulted a woman and a relative who helped her. He also threw a cellphone when the women called 911.
A South Rhodes Avenue man, 20, was charged with carrying a concealed weapon and possessing a weapon illegally after police stopped a vehicle with an expired license plate leaving a known drug location. Officers reported finding a loaded gun on the driver.
A Brittain Road man, 29, was charged with possessing a weapon illegally, vandalism, aggravated menacing and discharging a firearm. Police arrested him after hearing shots fired at Bittman and Maple streets.
An Iona Avenue man, 21, was charged with robbery after he allegedly tackled a man, punched his face and stole money, a phone and cigarettes.
A Tyner Street man, 25, was charged with aggravated robbery after he allegedly robbed someone at gunpoint on Alexander Street.
An East Tallmadge Avenue man, 60, was charged with theft after he allegedly stole a woman’s purse and its contents, total value $1,250. When he was arrested, he was using the woman’s cellphone, police said.
An Artman Avenue man, 49, was charged with breaking and entering, possession of criminal tools and drug paraphernalia. Police said he hid in a vacant house on Haynes Street.
An Alphada Avenue woman, 52, was charged with felony theft and misuse of credit card after she allegedly stole a credit card from the counter at a UPS station and racked up $136 in charges at various places.
A Kent man, 19, of Meloy Road, was charged with breaking and entering and possession of criminal tools after police reported finding him in a closet at Praxair on South Main Street.
A Hillwood Drive man, 21, was charged with theft, possession of criminal tools and misrepresentation after he allegedly stole $1,400 in merchandise from Chapel Hill Mall.
A Garfield Street man, 49, was charged with receiving stolen property after police reported finding him in a stolen car on North Howard Street.
A Chalker Street man, 22, was charged with burglary after he allegedly kicked in the front door of a home and yelled at a resident.
An East Mildred Street man, 21, was charged with burglary after he allegedly entered a Berwin Street home and took property.
An Akron man, 36, was charged with stealing a credit card and racking up $1,500 in charges.
A Noah Avenue man, 18, was charged with burglary after he allegedly ransacked a home.
A Chalker Street man, 46, was charged with violating a protection order and menacing.
A Kohler Avenue man, 38, was charged with domestic violence.
A Dayton Street man, 25, was charged with domestic violence.
An Akron man, 33, of Bank Street, was arrested March 12 on an attempted-murder warrant after he allegedly stabbed an Eighth Street Northwest man multiple times March 11.
A Brady Avenue woman, 33, was charged with domestic violence following an altercation with her mother.
A Ninth Street Northeast woman, 58, was charged with two counts of domestic violence March 6 after she allegedly threatened her grandmother.
A Canton man of Ninth Street Southwest was arrested March 13 on a forgery warrant.
A Lang Road man, 22, was charged with domestic violence after he allegedly pushed his father into a garage March 6.
Someone stole a $2,800 air-conditioning unit March 12 from outside a West Ingleside Drive residence.
A Norma Street woman, 24, was charged with possessing heroin, drug abuse instruments and drug paraphernalia March 16.
A Cuyahoga Falls High School freshman, 14, was charged with distributing dangerous drugs March 18 after he allegedly gave a narcotic pain medication to two students.
A Cuyahoga Falls High School freshman, 15, was charged with possession, sale, distribution or delivery of dangerous drugs March 19 after he allegedly gave a narcotic pain medication to another student.
A 20-year-old employee of Panera Bread, 689 Howe Ave., was charged with theft March 19 after she allegedly stole about $800 from a wallet turned in to the store’s lost and found.
A Falls Avenue man, 28, was charged with disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing March 19 after he allegedly was found sitting intoxicated inside a Chestnut Boulevard home while the owner was away.
An Akron woman, 19, was charged with deception to obtain a dangerous drug March 12 after she allegedly used a fake prescription in an attempt to get a narcotic pain medication at the Giant Eagle Pharmacy, 75 Graham Road.
A Canton man, 36, was charged with violating a protection order March 15.
A 17th Street boy, 15, was charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle March 16 after he allegedly took his father’s car without permission.
An Oakwood Drive man, 25, was charged with criminal damaging March 17 after he was arrested on an outstanding warrant. He is accused of damaging a police cruiser by banging his forehead into the trunk.
Breaking and entering
Someone broke into Cashmere Cricket, 2235 Front St., and stole more than $700 on March 14. The intruder also caused about $1,000 in damage to the bar.
A 21st Street man, 18, told police March 14 that he scared off an intruder who entered his home through one door and exited through another.
A computer was stolen March 18 from a Norma Street apartment.
A Sixth Street man told police March 18 someone used his personal information to file a federal tax return.
A Pleasant Meadow Avenue woman told police March 15 that someone used her personal information to lease an apartment in Louisiana.
An Akron man reported March 12 that someone used his Social Security number and birth date in an attempt to change his online bank password.
An Americana Drive woman told police March 15 someone used her personal information to file a federal tax return.
A hospice employee, 41, told police March 18 that while providing care at a patient’s residence, a man twice offered her money in return for sex.
A Bailey Road woman reported March 20 someone has been texting inappropriate pictures to her 12-year-old daughter’s cellphone.
Galvanized conduits and eight sets of anchor bolts, total value $20,000, were stolen March 18 from the future site of Portage Crossing on State Road.
Someone stole $4,000 in jewelry and a container of coins from a Beacon Hill Circle home while residents were out of state in early March.
A 15th Street man told police March 13 his stolen debit card was used for purchases at local businesses.
A coin-operated dryer was stolen March 11 from a laundry room in a Bailey Road apartment building.
A Howe Avenue woman reported March 13 that her purse was stolen at ImmediaDent, 726 Howe Ave.
An Akron man, 33, was arrested March 20 on a felony warrant through the Summit County Sheriff’s Office. He was apprehended after his vehicle nearly hit a police car that was patrolling the Summit Mall parking lot.
An Akron man, 26, was charged with consuming alcohol in a moving vehicle, having open alcohol in a vehicle and littering March 15. Officers said the man became nervous when he saw a police cruiser following his car and threw the can out a window.
A Chamberlain Road man, 19, told police that his mother broke their front window while she was intoxicated.
A Medina woman told police March 5 that someone stole a spare tire worth $700 while she was working.
A trolling motor, GPS unit and a fish finder, total value $4,500, were reported stolen March 13 from a boat at a King Drive home.
A $600 laptop computer and a backpack were reported stolen March 8 from a truck parked at El Fogon Mexican Grill on Interstate Parkway.
Misuse of a credit card
A Hudson Commons Drive resident reported March 5 someone used a credit card without permission
Two Akron men were charged with aggravated robbery and kidnapping following a March 12 holdup of a Subway restaurant on Manchester Road. A Summit Street man, 29, and a Florida Avenue man, 23, were arrested after police saw them flee the scene in a car. The older man was also charged with failing to comply with a police order and obstructing official business.
A Clinton woman told police March 7 that her debit card was used March 5 to order $594 in merchandise from Walmart’s website.
An Akron man, 19, was arrested on a warrant March 17 for allegedly failing to appear in Norton Mayor’s Court.
An Akron man, 32, of Sherman Court, was charged with domestic violence March 10 after he allegedly attacked his girlfriend at her Killian Road home because she texted another man. He then allegedly used a pickax to damage a car in her driveway.
An East Waterloo Road man, 51, and his son, 16, were charged with domestic violence March 11 following a quarrel in their home. Police said the father punched his son in the mouth, and the son hit his father in the head with a glass pitcher.
An Albrecht Avenue man, 34, was charged with felony domestic violence March 10 after he allegedly ripped a purse away from his live-in girlfriend and then began destroying their home with a hammer.
An Akron woman, 36, of Fremont Avenue, was charged with domestic violence and possession of drug paraphernalia after she allegedly assaulted her brother March 10 on Laverne Lane.
An Avis Road girl, 15, was charged with domestic violence after she allegedly threw items downstairs at her father March 7.
Someone entered a Martin Crest Drive garage March 7 and stole a $1,800 laptop computer, a checkbook and other items.
Jewelry, tools and other items, total value $5,536, were stolen March 11 from a vehicle on Wood Fern Drive.
A Hudson man, 58, was charged with passing bad checks March 18.
A Woodbury Oval man told police March 21 that someone used his personal information to file a federal tax return.
An employee of Summit Pain Specialists, 4302 Allen Road, told police March 19 that a former patient called the office and threatened workers.
A Sycamore Drive woman reported March 15 that someone used her checking account to make unauthorized transactions for $2,200.
A South Thomas Road woman, 25, was charged with misuse of a credit card March 19 after she allegedly made unauthorized purchases.
Two South Munroe Road women, ages 48 and 49, were charged with domestic violence March 22.
A Louisville woman, 35, was charged with illegal assembly of chemicals to manufacture drugs and illegal purchase of pseudoephedrine March 21. Police reported finding the pills during a traffic stop.
A Brittain Circle apartment was broken into March 21 by someone who apparently found the apartment key in the owner’s vehicle. The vehicle and apartment were ransacked. Computers and power tools were taken.
A Kmart security officer reported March 16 that a woman used two counterfeit $50 bills to buy goods at the South Avenue store.
Counterfeit $50 bills were used in four transactions March 17 at Giant Eagle, 205 West Ave.
A South Avenue woman told police March 18 that someone used her information to open an AT&T account. She discovered the fraud when she tried to open an account and was told she had an outstanding balance.
An Akron man and a Barberton man were charged with drug trafficking March 19.
A High Street man, 48, was arrested on drug warrants March 19 during a traffic stop.
A Wooster man, 28, was arrested March 20 on a Wayne County warrant at a Grandview Avenue home.
Someone broke into a Broad Street home March 15-18 and stole a video game system and television.
Misuse of a credit card
A Highpoint Drive woman told police March 19 that someone used her credit card account for a $20 purchase at a McDonald’s restaurant in France.
A West North Street man told police March 18 that his bank account was used for fraudulent transactions in Europe.
A woman told police March 18 that someone in Puerto Rico took nearly $1,000 from her bank account.
A woman reported March 18 her wallet was stolen while she was at Cleats, 469 College St. Her credit cards were later used to make fraudulent transactions.
Someone stole $1,200 in jewelry March 20 from a vehicle parked at a Sunset Boulevard home.
A vehicle was reported stolen March 20 from a Williams Reserve Boulevard business.
A Massillon man, 26, was charged with domestic violence, disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing March 16 after his arrest at a North Mantua Street home.
A Perry Street man, 34, was charged with marijuana trafficking and illegal marijuana cultivation March 19.
A Kent man, 27, was arrested March 20 on a drug-trafficking warrant.
A Mogadore woman, 22, was charged with domestic violence March 17.
Someone broke into a home March 18 in the 1000 block of Lake Street and stole two televisions, a computer and a video game system.
A Royer Street woman, 26, was charged with domestic violence March 9.
A Clinton man, 24, of West Nimisila Road was charged with menacing March 9 after he allegedly threatened to kill a woman at a Sunset Strip Avenue Northwest location.
An Akron woman, 30, of North Portage Trail, was arrested on a warrant alleging she passed bad checks.
Breaking and entering
A $500 flat-screen TV was reported stolen March 12 from a room at the Red Roof Inn on Inn Circle Northwest.
Someone cut open a safe March 7 at Earth ’N Wood on Strausser Street Northwest and stole $2,000.
Jewelry valued at $6,500 was reported stolen March 8 from a Lutz Avenue Northwest home.
A Paulding Street Northwest woman told police March 12 that she sent $1,500 per instructions from a phone caller from Mexico to aid a family member and then learned the caller was not a relative.
An employee of Ruby Tuesday’s restaurant on Dressler Road Northwest told police March 12 that his car keys were taken from his coat and used to open his vehicle to steal a $1,300 laptop computer. The keys were then returned to his coat.
A Copley Township man told police March 11 that he bought a $600 computer through a Craigslist ad and completed the deal at the Wendy’s restaurant on Portage Street Northwest. He later learned the computer was stolen from the University of Akron.
A Strasburg woman told police March 9 that she set down her purse and cellphone in a parking lot while loading her car trunk with merchandise from Westfield Belden Village Mall. She accidentally drove off without them. When she returned, they were gone.
A security officer at Walmart on Mega Street Northwest told police March 9 that a man put two 40-inch televisions in a cart, exited through a fire door and fled in a white truck.
A Sellersville, Pa., woman told police March 8 that someone broke her car window in the parking lot of Olive Garden on Dressler Road Northwest and stole a $1,300 computer belonging to Edinboro University in Pennsylvania.
Breaking and entering
Someone entered a Beechwood Avenue Northeast garage and stole golf clubs and a compound bow, total value $1,000, a resident told police March 7.
A Kirby Avenue Northeast man, 30, was charged with felonious assault, breaking and entering, burglary and resisting arrest March 12 after he allegedly struck a man while trying to escape with stolen scrap metal.
A Pinecrest Street Northeast man, 49, was charged with felony theft from an elderly or disabled person March 12.
A South Prospect Avenue boy, 17, was charged with telecommunications harassment and disorderly conduct March 7 at Lake High School after a girl, 15, complained about unwanted communications.
A flat-screen TV, two lamps and other items, total value $850, were reported stolen March 9 from a Parkview Avenue home.
A Creston man, 23, was charged with burglary, theft, receiving stolen property and criminal mischief March 17 after he allegedly took DVDs, a Wii system, games and other items, total value $1,235, from a home in the 2700 block of Paradise Road, Green Township.
An East Union Township man, 30, told police March 17 that someone he knew stabbed him at his home in the 100 block of Wadsworth Road.
A flat-screen TV valued at $1,200 was stolen March 13 from a home in the 100 block of Mill Street in Burbank.
Illegal assembly of chemicals
Someone exploded a chemical agent and toilet-papered a yard March 16 at a home in the 5000 block of South Honeytown Road, East Union Township.
Ammunition, guns and other items, total value $17,710, were reported stolen March 15 from a storage unit in the 80 block of North Kansas Road, East Union Township.
Two rifles, total value $230, were reported stolen March 19 from a pickup truck at a home in the 13900 block of Hatfield Road, Chippewa Township.
A Wooster man, 19, was charged with felony domestic violence March 16 after he allegedly assaulted his two sisters, 22 and 18, at a home in the 500 block of North Bever Street.
Breaking and entering
A go-cart valued at $400 was reported stolen March 20 from a home in the 4900 block of Pine Ridge Drive.
An iPad, an iPhone and a GPS, total value $1,500, were reported stolen March 16 from a pickup truck in the 300 block of North Buckeye Street.
A 2011 Dodge rented from Akron-Canton Airport was reported stolen March 19 from a hotel in the 200 block of East Liberty Street.