A Nanuala Drive man, 19, was charged with robbery and felonious assault after he allegedly punched another man several times and knocked him to the ground, causing multiple injuries. He then allegedly took the man’s shoes and fled the scene.
A Hillwood Drive man, 40, was charged with felonious assault and aggravated burglary after he allegedly was in a fight with another man. The man left the scene, came back with a gun, chased the other man into a house and shot at him, officers said.
A West Market Street man, 41, was charged with domestic violence and theft after a fight at a Byers Avenue home. A woman told police that the man came over to her home intoxicated. When she asked him to leave, he hit her in the face multiple times, stole $350 from her purse, took her car keys and left in her vehicle.
A South Garden Court man, 25, was charged with harassment by bodily fluids, disorderly conduct and theft after he allegedly tried to steal beer from a store. After officers took the man into custody and tried to put him in a wagon, he allegedly became violent and spit on an officer.
A Laird Street man, 49 was charged with tampering with evidence, drug paraphernalia and littering after police reported seeing him urinating on the sidewalk in front of a known drug house. When officers stopped to speak with the man, he took a crack pipe out of his pocket and threw it, police said.
An Aldis Drive man, 29, was charged with breaking and entering and safecracking after he allegedly used an employee key card at a business to enter an unauthorized area and steal money bags and cash from a safe. An Aldis Drive woman, 26, was charged with complicity to breaking and entering and complicity to safecracking in the incident.
A Rosamond Avenue man, 26, was charged with trafficking and drug possession after undercover detectives reported seeing the man engaging in drug activity.
A Thornapple Avenue man, 25, was charged with drug abuse and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle after police reported seeing him in a vehicle that had been reported stolen.
An East Cassell Avenue man, 55, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 14 after he allegedly slapped his girlfriend and threw apples at her.
Someone entered a Magnolia Drive home and stole $1,000 in belongings, residents told police Sept. 7.
A Creedmore Avenue resident told police Sept. 6 that someone stole two suit coats and other items, total value $1,440.
A computer and Blu-ray player, total value $655, were stolen Sept. 7 from a West Park Avenue home.
A Metro driver called police Sept. 13 to report a passenger who wouldn’t get off the bus. The man was mad because he missed his stop in Akron.
Intruders looted a Sumner Parkway apartment Sept. 13. Police were reviewing a video camera that may have captured the thief’s image.
A man, 18, was charged with theft and trespass Sept. 19 after he and a boy, 17, were stopped in a parking lot in the 500 block of High Street.
Passing bad checks
A spokesman for Akron Auto Auction on Ley Drive told a sheriff’s investigator Sept. 5 that a Cambridge man wrote two checks totaling $13,465 for two vehicles, but the checks were returned for nonsufficient funds.
A Powell Avenue resident told police Sept. 11 that someone used her credit card number to make purchases at two Sam’s Clubs totaling $4,108.
An Akron woman, 27, was charged with felony drug possession Sept. 28 after police reported finding cocaine, heroin and LSD during a traffic stop.
An Akron man was charged with theft Sept. 18 after he allegedly took a video game system, iPod and iPhone from a Shannon Avenue address.
A Ninth Street boy, 15, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 15 after he allegedly struck his father with an electrical plug.
Jewelry valued at $2,500 was stolen Sept. 19 from a home in the 700 block of Alameda Avenue.
Someone stole a computer, coins and other items Sept. 12 from a Howe Avenue apartment.
A woman was charged with shoplifting Sept. 18 after she allegedly tried to leave Walmart without paying for a cart filled with merchandise.
An Akron woman, 16, was charged with theft Sept. 15 after she allegedly stole earrings from Claire’s Boutique on West Market Street. Store workers saw her put the goods up her sleeve.
A Bard Drive man reported finding two open packs of cigarettes on the balcony of his apartment. Police found no evidence of a break-in.
A Manchester Road girl, 14, was charged with aggravated robbery and resisting arrest Sept. 10 — four days after an incident at Manchester High School’s football stadium. A police officer providing security at the game said the girl asked several times if she could touch his gun and anything else on his duty belt and he told her “no” each time. In the fourth quarter, the girl allegedly came up behind the officer, grabbed his gun and quickly let go. She was physically abusive to the officer when he escorted her out of the game and released her to her mother.
A Grenfall Road man, 24, told police Sept. 15 that three teens came to his house to buy marijuana. When they grabbed the drug and fled without paying, the man held onto their car. They dragged him a half-mile before he let go. He was transported to Summa. The suspects were charged with robbery and drug trafficking.
A Lakemore man, 52, of Lake Road, was charged with felony domestic violence Sept. 10 after he allegedly hit his girlfriend in the face.
Two men in a car pulled up beside a pedestrian Sept. 6 in the 1600 block of Killian Road. One man pulled a handgun and demanded money. The pedestrian said he handed over $500 and the robbers fled.
A Lakemore man, 21, of Main Street, was wanted on a domestic violence warrant Sept. 6 after he allegedly told his mother that he was going to kill himself and burn down the house.
A video game system and other items, total value $1,320, were reported stolen Sept. 12 from a Chevelle Drive home.
A handgun, ring with five diamonds and other jewelry, total value $2,500, were stolen from a Krumroy Road bedroom, a resident reported Sept. 10.
Another Krumroy Road resident said Sept. 5 that he found pry marks on a door and later discovered two necklaces and 20 rings, total value $1,500, were missing.
A 14-carat gold ring with garnets valued at $1,500 was reported stolen Sept. 1 from a Crestline Drive home.
A Winona Road man, 37, was charged with domestic violence and disrupting public service Sept. 16 after he allegedly assaulted a family member and broke her phone so she could not call police.
A Streetsboro woman, 38, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 16 after she allegedly punched a boy, 17, on Graham Road.
A Tallmadge woman, 26, was charged with theft of drugs Sept. 16.
A Seasons Road woman, 52, told police Sept. 15 that she was hit with a plastic “danger when wet” sign. She said she wrestled the sign away from her attacker and struck him back.
Someone tried to break into a home Sept. 19 in the 4200 block of Brixton Drive.
Misuse of credit card
A Lake Run Boulevard man reported Sept. 19 someone in New York used his credit card to pay for wireless phone service.
An Akron woman reported Sept. 19 that someone stole her wallet at the Acme at 4445 Kent Road. Credit cards were used for unauthorized purchases.
A Pebblehurst Drive woman told police Sept. 15 that someone broke into her car and took several items, including a credit card. The card was later used at a nearby fast-food restaurant.
Stereo equipment valued at more than $500 and $5,000 cash were taken Sept. 16 from a vehicle parked in the 4400 block of Hudson Drive.
The license plate reader on a patrol car alerted officers Sept. 19 of a driver who had felony warrants on charges of rape and gross sexual imposition. The Cleveland man was arrested.
A Laurel Road resident called police Sept. 19 to report that he received a bill from the Brunswick Library for $276.45 for videos and CDs that were never returned. He suspects someone stole his library card.
A Lake Road business owner called police Sept. 15 to report that truck batteries were stolen from his property.
Police were called Sept. 14 to an apartment on Lafayette Road after the homeowner discovered someone had broken in and stolen several items.
Police were called Sept. 16 to a home on Baxter Street after a vehicle struck it. The driver was charged with driving a vehicle while impaired.
Officers were called to a North Broadway cemetery Sept. 16 after vandals toppled grave makers.
A Wadsworth Road resident called police Sept. 15 to complain that his truck had been damaged by some “repo” people.
A worker for a bank repossession company called police Sept. 12 to complain that someone had cut the waterline inside a repossessed home.
Police were called Sept. 18 to the closed Medina Inn on Montville Road after someone broke a window, tore off a fence section and threw it in a pool.
Officers were called Sept. 19 to an animal clinic to investigate a report that two Canada geese had been shot on private property. The case was turned over to state wildlife officers.
A Meadowcreek Drive man, 19, was arrested Sept. 17 on a breaking-and-entering warrant.
A Durling Drive woman reported Sept. 18 that someone used her personal information to open an account.
Passing bad checks
Police took a report Sept. 18 about fraudulent checks from Hometown Market, 115 State St.
A Woodside Drive man, 22, was charged Sept. 14 with domestic violence, trafficking in heroin, possessing criminal tools, possessing a dangerous drug and endangering children.
A Cherry Street woman, 46, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 14.
An Janik Drive man, 18, was charged Sept. 19 with underage drinking and assault on a detention officer.
A North Mantua Street man, 29. was charged with domestic violence and possession of marijuana Sept. 19.
An Akron Boulevard woman was charged Sept. 18 with domestic violence.
A Beverly Avenue woman told police Sept. 9 that someone entered her home and stole prescription drugs.
Two Lake Avenue roommates, ages 22 and 19, were charged with breaking and entering, theft and criminal trespass Sept. 12 after police reported seeing them exit an unoccupied house on West Maple Street with items that had been stolen from inside.
A Portage Street Northwest man, 33, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 11 after he allegedly assaulted the mother of his two children by slamming her into a wall several times and throwing her to the floor.
A Massillon man, 21, of Duncan Street Southwest, was arrested Sept. 10 on a warrant charging burglary, felony receiving stolen property and misuse of credit cards.
A Canton man, 23, of Cleveland Avenue Northwest, was arrested Sept. 10 on a warrant charging burglary, felony receiving stolen property and misuse of credit cards.
A Canton man, 25, of Lippert Road Northeast, was charged with two counts of domestic violence, including one felony, after he allegedly hit his girlfriend, causing her to fall.
A Yorkshire Street Northwest man, 42, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 8 after he allegedly shoved his wife to the floor and kicked her.
A Canton woman, 52, of 11th Street Northwest, was charged with attempted forgery and attempted identity fraud Sept. 6 after she allegedly took several items, total value $200, from Lowe’s Home Improvement on Strip Avenue Northwest.
The owner of Solutient Technologies on Promway Avenue Northwest reported Sept. 11 that someone forged and cashed a $2,870 business check. The account number was correct but the check was fake.
A Timberview Street man, 26, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 8 after he allegedly pushed a woman, threw numerous items at her head and burned her with a lit cigarette.
A Massillon man, 51, of Fifth Street Southwest, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 15 after he allegedly slapped his ex-wife when she scolded and pushed him for bringing his girlfriend to a soccer game.
A Barberton man, 56, of Second Street Southwest, was arrested on Lawrence Township warrants charging felony abduction, assault and unlawful restraint.
A Canton man, 32, of Blair Place Southwest, was arrested Sept. 10 on 2009 and 2010 warrants charging felony domestic violence, aggravated menacing and phone harassment.
A Valley Drive Northwest woman was arrested Sept. 10 on a warrant charging her with seven counts of endangering children.
A Canton man, 23, of Vienna Woods Avenue Southwest, was arrested Sept. 15 on warrants charging domestic violence, felony disrupting public services and theft in the 700 block of 30th Street Northeast.
A Gridley Avenue Northeast resident, 37, was arrested Sept. 13 on warrants charging domestic violence and obstructing official business when taken into custody in the 3000 block of 30th Street Northeast.
A Wolverine Street Northeast man, 44, was charged with felony theft and misuse of credit cards after police said he admitted using someone else’s credit card at two locations.
A Cathy Drive Northeast man, 32, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 8 after he allegedly choked the mother of his child during a quarrel.
A Wooster man was charged with burglary, possession of criminal tools, falsification, criminal damaging and criminal trespass Sept. 9.
A Wooster man was charged with possession of heroin and possession of drug abuse instruments Sept. 17.
A Wooster woman was charged with three counts of theft, two counts of petty theft and two counts of identity fraud Sept. 17.
A Canal Fulton man was charged with two counts of petty theft and two counts of breaking and entering Sept. 11.
Breaking and entering
About 100 bales of hay, total value $500, were reported stolen Sept. 14 from a barn in the 9100 block of Black Diamond Road, Chippewa Township.
A Chippewa Township man reported Sept. 17 that someone broke into his garage in the 15400 block of Calaboone Road, but nothing was taken.
Two storage sheds, rock guards and a battery charger, total value $16,150, were reported stolen Sept. 16 from a yard in the 14600 block of Clinton Road, Chippewa Township.
An Akron man and a Wooster woman were charged with drug trafficking Sept. 12 after Medway agents arrested them at a home in the 1600 block of Old Mansfield Road.
Two Wooster men, ages 31 and 25, were charged with theft, receiving stolen property, misuse of credit cards and forgery Sept. 13. The 31-year-old man also was charged with heroin possession.