A Youngstown man, 37, was charged with aggravated burglary, kidnapping, felonious assault and disrupting public service. Police said he assaulted a woman in the parking lot of her home, dragged her to an apartment and kicked in the door. Once inside, he continued to assault the woman, officers said. She called 911. When a dispatcher called back, the man answered the phone and hung up. He refused to give the phone back to the woman and continued assaulting her, police said. The man fled but was apprehended after a chase.
An Oxford Avenue man, 32, was charged with domestic violence and menacing after he allegedly threatened to kill a woman.
A Hillman Drive man, 34, was charged with robbery after he allegedly approached a woman in her driveway, demanded money, pushed her down and took her purse containing $170.
An Ellen Avenue man, 25, was charged with aggravated robbery and aggravated burglary after he allegedly knocked on an apartment door, pointed a gun at a resident, entered the home and took $440 from a kitchen cabinet.
A Fleming Drive man, 18, was charged with felonious assault after he allegedly fired multiple shots from a handgun at an occupied vehicle.
A Wooster Road North man told police March 31 that someone stole a $600 catalytic converter from a work van parked in front of his home.
An Elmo Street man, 30, was charged with domestic violence March 31 after he allegedly broke his wife’s cellphone and restrained her.
An Americana Drive man, 24, was charged with complicity to carry a concealed weapon April 4 after he allegedly gave a loaded handgun to a man, 25, who discarded the weapon when police arrived to investigate an altercation.
A Winter Parkway man, 42, was charged with domestic violence April 11 after he allegedly threatened to kill his girlfriend.
A State Road boy, 17, was charged with assault April 9 after he allegedly shot a boy, 16, with a BB gun.
A Walmart cashier, 19, told police she was robbed April 5 by a man who handed her a crumpled-up napkin with the note: “Act normal empty the drawer quietly.” The robber fled with $762 from a register.
A masked man tried to enter Papa John’s Pizza, 1630 State Road, just after midnight April 12, but fled after discovering that the door was locked.
A Walgreens employee told police April 6 that a customer asked to return a Sony DVD player. The employee approved the return, but later opened the box and noticed it was a GPX DVD player, not a Sony DVD player.
A Canton Township man said three chain saws and a blower, total value $1,600, were stolen from a work site April 3 on Cottage Grove Road.
Four checks totaling $662 were stolen from a Sawgrass Drive home and cashed at different banks.
A McCoy Road man, 21, was charged with domestic violence April 10.
An Ironwood Road man, 35, was charged with felony domestic violence after he allegedly choked his girlfriend and threw her to the ground because she came home late from work.
An Altavista Avenue woman, 38, was charged with felony forgery and theft after five blank checks were stolen from her mother’s Pawnee Boulevard home April 3. The daughter is accused of making the checks out to herself, forging her mother’s name and cashing them for a total of $580.
A Cuyahoga Falls man, 33, was charged with domestic violence, abduction and violation of a protection order April 10 after he allegedly grabbed a Stow woman by the neck at her home and forced her to go to Cuyahoga Falls. She told police that he raped her in a Quick Road home.
A Tallmadge Road man, 37, was charged with possession of heroin, possession of a drug abuse instrument and possession of a dangerous drug during a traffic stop April 6 in the 1000 block of Graham Road. Police reported finding suspected heroin, syringes and prescription medication.
A Cuyahoga Falls man, 61, told police April 9 that his 2006 Ford van was stolen from Circle K at 750 Steels Corners Road. It was found in Akron.
A Stow-Munroe Falls High School student, 17, told police April 5 that someone left a vulgar, threatening note on her car in the school parking lot.
A Clinton man, 25, was charged with trafficking drugs, possessing drugs, modifying a firearm serial number and possessing drug paraphernalia April 5. The drugs, more than $1,000 and a gun were found in a traffic stop on Osceola Avenue. The car’s driver was charged with drug possession.
A Massillon man, 25, was arrested April 5 after police responded to complaints of a man going door-to-door on Elmwood Avenue and asking for money and to use a phone. He was wanted on a warrant from another community. Police found suspected drugs on him.
Misuse of a credit card
A Royal Woods Drive man told police April 11 that someone used his credit card account for unauthorized charges.
A Heron Bay resident reported April 11 that someone used her credit card for unauthorized charges.
A Cleveland man, 19, was charged with carrying a concealed weapon, falsification and illegal conveyance of a weapon onto the grounds of a detention facility April 7.
An East Summit Street man, 66, was arrested April 2 on a felony theft warrant regarding a stolen car.
A West Maple Street Northeast man, 50, was charged with unlawful restraint March 31.
A Bedford Heights man, 24, was charged with felony receiving stolen property March 29 after an off-duty officer saw him pushing a full cart of unbagged merchandise, total value $1,198, in a parking lot at Walmart on Mega Street Northwest.
A DVD/CD player and cell phone, total value $1,160, were reported stolen March 28 from a sport utility vehicle parked behind TGIFriday’s on Dressler Road Northwest.
A trailer containing six organs, total value $1,000, was stolen March 30 from Gulia Music Studio on Whipple Avenue Northwest.
A $1,500 trailer was stolen April 1 from the Best Western Suites on Sunset Strip Avenue Northwest.
Cash and medicine, total value $585, were reported stolen March 27 from a Kipling Avenue Northwest home.
A Lindy Lane Avenue Southwest woman, 19, was arrested on a warrant charging felony obstructing official business April 2.
A Houghton Place Northeast woman, 34, was charged with domestic violence and endangering children March 31 after she allegedly hit her live-in boyfriend and a daughter.
A Chester Township man, 18, was charged with safecracking, breaking and entering and theft April 6 after he allegedly took jewelry worth $5,710 from a home in the 11100 block of Myers Road.
Jewelry and $756, total value $1,056, were reported stolen April 8 from a home in the 15300 block of Rittman Road, Chippewa Township.
Two laptop computers, a postage scale and $225, total value $1,950, were reported stolen April 4 from a home in the 3300 block of Oak Hill Road, Wayne Township.
Jewelry, a rifle and other items, total value $4,030, were reported stolen April 4 from a home in the 5300 block of McKee Road, Plain Township.
College of Wooster officials reported April 7 that someone threw a burning chair into the door of Gault Admissions Center, 847 College Ave. The door was burned and the building had smoke damage.