A 30-year-old Lindsay Avenue man was charged with illegal assembly of chemicals, illegal manufacturing of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was a passenger in a vehicle stopped for meth activity on Lindsay Avenue. Police said officers recovered a full meth lab in the trunk. Officers also executed a search warrant at the residence and recovered items used to manufacture and assemble meth.
A Peckham Street man, 32, was charged with domestic violence, domestic violence menacing and endangering children after police said he punched his son in the face. Police said he also threatened to beat his son up the next time he saw him.
A 46-year-old High Grove man was charged with domestic violence and menacing after threatening and assaulting his daughter.
A Howard Street man, 30, was charged with carrying a concealed weapon and having weapons under disability after a traffic stop.
A 56-year-old Lovers Lane man was charged with improper handling of a firearm, carrying a concealed weapon, domestic violence menacing and open container in a moving vehicle after police responded to a call that a man was threatening a woman.
A Detroit Street man, 32, was charged with domestic violence menacing, intimidation and violation of a temporary protection order.
A 31-year-old man and a 22-year-old woman were charged with illegal manufacturing of meth, illegal assembly of chemicals, drug abuse meth and drug paraphernalia. Police said officers were investigating a meth lab complaint at their Berwyn Street residence and noticed a strong chemical odor. In the kitchen closet, officers found a trash bag that was smoking. The bag contained a full meth lab, police said.
A Crosby Street man, 45, was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and receiving stolen property after police responded to a car accident.
A 23-year-old Roslyn Avenue woman was charged with breaking and entering after police said she entered a home by pushing out a window-unit air conditioner, causing damage to the property.
A 36-year-old Grace Avenue woman was charged with domestic violence and felonious assault after police said she stabbed her boyfriend following an argument.
A Seventh Avenue, Cuyahoga Falls woman, 32, was charged with robbery, possession of drug instruments and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police said she concealed items in her purse at J.C. Penney, on Brittain Road. When she was confronted by store security, she fought with them, cutting the security officer with a hypodermic syringe.
A 22-year-old West Bowery Street man was charged with carrying a concealed weapon, having weapons under disability and receiving stolen property after a traffic stop at Brown and Baird streets.
An Arthur Street man, 53, was jailed on two counts of domestic violence April 24 after police said he threw his girlfriend to the ground, causing a head injury. The suspect’s brother said he also was thrown to the ground and strangled during the incident.
A day after a Herms Court woman, who is the mother of a 6-month-old, told police the boy was struck in the back of the head with a rock, she was jailed on a felonious assault charge.
Two four-wheelers, total value $3,000, were reported stolen April 27 following a break-in at a Wooster Road West garage.
Police began an investigation April 29 into the apparent theft of 16 checks from D&D Detailing on Wooster Road North. Police said the owner said his loss already exceeded $1,000.
Police responding to FedEx Kinkos, 3757 Medina Road, to check on a suspicious person arrested a 57-year-old man on a warrant from the Summit County sheriff.
A Rock Creek man reported May 1 that someone used his personal information to file a fraudulent federal tax return.
Police responded to man walking on the road threatening to hurt himself and others May 1. He appeared to be under the influence of a controlled substance. Earlier reports said he wrote a suicide note but changed his mind because of his son. He was taken to Akron General Medical Center for observation.
A Portage Lakes Drive man was taken to an area hospital for treatment April 29 after he and his son were involved in an altercation and the father was hit in the face. The son, 20, of Mayfair Road was jailed on a charge of domestic violence.
Breaking and entering
Someone forced entry into a shed at a Magnet Street home and stole an all-terrain vehicle and pit bike, total value $1,200, an April 26 report stated.
A wide array of tools, work lights and power equipment were reported stolen April 28 from a van on East Warner Road. Total value of the stolen items wasn’t disclosed.
A 35-year-old Victor Avenue man was charged May 1 with possession of heroin and possession of a drug abuse instrument. Police said the man overdosed on heroin in the 2600 block of North Haven Boulevard. He was charged with using a syringe to inject the drug.
A 23-year-old Cincinnati man was charged May 3 with failure to comply and receiving stolen property. He is accused of driving a stolen 2001 Chrysler 300 and fleeing from police.
A home in the 2300 block of Larchdale Drive was broken into May 6. Electronics valued at $6,000 were taken.
A State Road doctor reported May 6 that a former employee falsified prescriptions for herself between October and April.
A Second Street woman reported May 3 that someone used her personal information to pick up her prescription at Walgreens, 2645 State Road.
Misuse of a credit card
A Front Street woman reported May 2 that someone took her wallet from her work, then used a credit card for nearly $600 in unauthorized purchases.
An East Broadway Street man reported May 2 that someone used his debit card to make more than $1,200 in unauthorized transactions.
An employee of Cardinal Village, 171 Graham Road, reported May 6 that someone took a notebook containing patient-care notes from an office.
A Cleveland man, 58, was charged with theft May 6. Police said he tried to steal $100 worth of jeans from Dillard’s.
A mother told police her daughter, 16, was being unruly on April 24. She told officers the girl was supposed to be serving an in-school suspension but instead was breaking curfew and staying out late. She was charged on scene and released to her mother.
An unidentified woman tried to steal a pair of boys denim jeans from Gymboree on May 1. Police said she threw the pants into a bathroom in Summit Mall before running from security. She drove away in a silver Chevrolet Cavalier.
Four juveniles were arrested May 3 on theft charges. They are accused of stealing a golf cart from Ellsworth Meadows Golf Course, 1101 Barlow Road, then leaving it in a ditch on state Route 303.
Officers were called to Herbert Street on May 7 after a resident complained that a woman walking a Great Dane lost control of the dog and it attacked one his dogs.
A Dick Street resident called police May 3 to report that someone damaged yards signs and stole another. The sign taken read “BULLYING — VOTE NO ON TAX LEVY.”
A Rex Lake Drive female, 14, was booked into the Summit County Juvenile Detention Center on a charge of felonious assault after she was accused of punching, kicking and spitting on a Rex Lake Road man and then spitting on the arresting officer April 21.
Breaking and entering
Tools and equipment, total value $3,640, were reported stolen from a Ravenna man’s homemade trailer after locks were cut off while the trailer was parked off Manchester Road on April 28.
On April 30, a Myers Road female told police a car window was broken and her purse and contents, including $500, were taken.
During a traffic stop May 5 on state Route 21, police discovered a passenger was wanted on a Medina County felony warrant for aggravated trafficking in drugs.
Breaking and entering
The shed at Petit’s Auto Wash, 4703 Krancz Drive, was broken into May 2. Money from the coin box, keys for the machines and a leaf blower were stolen.
Misuse of a credit card
A Hametown Road man reported May 6 that someone used his credit card account number to make purchases on the Internet totaling more than $1,000.
On April 29, a Loamshire Road woman, 31, was found inside Crossroads Bible Fellowship on George Washington Boulevard. The building was the site of a burglary 10 days previously. The woman admitted breaking and entering but said she didn’t steal the missing $500 television. She also was charged with possession of methamphetamine.
Breaking and entering
On April 28, police discovered that Lakeview Lighthouse Church on Kubler Trail had been entered through a window. Two guitars, total value $700, were stolen.
Warrants were issued for two Akron women following the robbery of a third female outside Walmart on South Arlington Road on April 25. Police said the women stole the victim’s purchases and fled in another vehicle after one fought with the victim while the other took the purchases. One suspect is age 27 of Romig Road, while the other is 30, of McKinley Avenue, police said.
An employee of Heartland Design Group of Canton old police April 24 that someone stole piling extensions, steel plates and a skid loader, total value $2,275, from a construction site at Wayside Furniture on Canton Road.
A 13-year-old Cox Drive girl was charged May 4 with domestic violence. She is accused of repeatedly slapping her mother.
A 16-year-old Stow-Munroe Falls High School student was charged April 25 with sexual imposition. He is accused of inappropriately touching a 15-year-old student.
A 28-year-old Apache Trail man was arrested May 6 on warrants for child endangering and domestic violence.
A 12-year-old Baird Road girl was charged May 5 with aggravated arson. She is accused of setting clothes on fire, causing damage to her family home.
Two boys, ages 13 and 14, admitted snorting the older teen’s prescription medication. They were released to their parents.
Police are investigating a May 5 report of sexual assault.
A 22-year-old Akron man was arrested on a warrant for receiving stolen property. He is accused of having property stolen in March from a locker at Planet Fitness, 505 South Ave.
A 27-year-old Akron woman was charged May 4 with robbery. She is accused of assaulting a security officer who tried to detain her for shoplifting at Acme, 600 South Ave.
A 28-year-old Southwest Avenue man was arrested May 6 on felony warrants after a traffic stop at Tallmadge Circle for expired plates. As the officer approached the vehicle, the suspect told him to call one of the detectives who knew about “the error with the plates.” The detective informed the officer of the warrants.
Breaking and entering
RestorX, 239 West Ave., was broken into between May 3 and 5. About $25 was taken.
Credit cards and $50 were among the items taken from a purse during the burglary of a home in the 200 block of Westberry Circle on May 6.
A man called police May 6 to complain that he sold his Xbox One to another man. After receiving payment, the victim told officers that he discovered the buyer paid in counterfeit $50 bills.
The site manager at Applewood School called police May 2 to report that one of the playground slides had been damaged.
Police were called to Miner Drive on May 8 after a man called to report he had been robbed of $40 at gunpoint.
Officers were called to Nettleton Road on May 8 after a 77-year-old discovered someone keyed the driver’s side and trunk of the Oldsmobile the resident owns. While investigating, officers spoke with two possible suspects. A 76-year-old admitted to doing it because the 77-year-old is a “snob.”
Officers were called to Ralph Waite Elementary on May 6 after a man showed his middle finger to a group of students after a ball rolled under his car while he was picking up his kids.
Two 18-year-old men and a 19-year-old man were charged May 5 with disorderly conduct and possession of marijuana. One of the 18-year-olds also was charged with assault. They are accused of repeatedly firing an Airsoft gun from a motor vehicle over a three-day period.
On May 5, police received a report of theft and vandalism from Petit’s Auto Wash, 2044 Wadsworth Road.
Police are investigating the theft of a vehicle reported May 6.
A Stoneacre Street Northwest woman, 38, was jailed April 28 on a domestic violence charge. She was accused of hitting her husband in the face during an argument and threatening to take their daughter, 6, out of state to limit his time with the child.
Two loss prevention officers at Macy’s in the Belden Village Mall were in the process of trying to hold a shoplifting suspect for police when the suspect kicked and punched one and bit the second before they controlled her April 29. Jackson police jailed the woman on charges of robbery and possession of criminal tools.
A South Boulevard Northwest woman, 18, was jailed on a domestic violence charge April 28 after police said she slapped her female roommate in the apartment complex parking lot.
A Massillon man, 45, of Amvale Avenue Northeast was jailed April 26 on warrants charging him with forgery, three counts of felony receiving stolen property and three counts of misuse of credit cards.
A Middlebranch Avenue Northeast woman, 47, was jailed on a domestic violence charge April 29 for a physical altercation with a son-in law.
Charges of domestic violence and two drug-related counts landed a Woodside Avenue Northeast man in jail. Police said he pushed his mother and sister during an altercation April 28.
Misuse of a credit card
A city resident told police April 11 that she learned from her card issuer that since Jan. 20, when her credit card was reported stolen, someone had used it for $22,000 in cash and DVDs. The card was recovered April 14, and the woman agreed to cover the loss after learning the suspect was a relative.
A $1,030 flat-screen TV was reported stolen April 22 from a Lorena Street Southwest home.
On April 21, a Woodside Avenue Southeast man told police he discovered his $700 lawn mower had been stolen.
A Columbus Road Northeast man was arrested at his home on a domestic violence charge April 27 for an incident that occurred previously, a deputy’s report stated.
A $2,600 diamond engagement ring was reported stolen April 25 from a woman’s home on Garden Lane Northwest.
A Wooster Township man, 35, was arrested May 3 on a charge of disrupting public service after his wife reported that he refused to return a cellphone to her at their residence in the 3400 block of Secrest Road.
A Chippewa Township resident reported May 5 that a sliding-glass door at a home in the 12600 block of Sheets Road was damaged but nothing was taken.
A PlayStation 3, a handgun and games, total value $1,300, were reported stolen May 5 from a residence in the 7500 block of Coal Bank Road, Baughman Township.
Checks were reported stolen and forged to obtain $1,900 April 22 from a home in the 18000 block of Goudy Road, Sugar Creek Township.
Welding equipment worth $6,250 was reported stolen May 2 from a barn in the 3400 block of Mechanicsburg Road, Wayne Township.
Breaking and entering
A blue money bag with $90 was reported taken May 5 from Expert T’s, 221 Beall Ave.
A Wooster woman reported May 2 that a 34-year-old man was “huffing” paint at a home in the 1700 block of Edwards Avenue.
Medication was reported stolen May 3 from a home in the 200 block of East Milltown Road.