A Talbot Avenue, 21, was charged with aggravated robbery and felonious assault after he allegedly robbed a pizza delivery driver. Police said the man fired two shots before fleeing.
A Chapman Drive man, 32, and an 11th Street Cuyahoga Falls man, 31 were charged with aggravated burglary after they allegedly forced their way into a Malacca Street home and hit a resident in the head with a metal pipe.
A Nome Avenue man, 33, was charged with aggravated burglary and possession of drug paraphernalia after he allegedly broke into a home on Frederick Boulevard. A resident confronted the man and held him until police officers arrived.
A Watson Street man, 24, was charged with possessing weapons illegally and possessing a weapon in a liquor establishment after he allegedly sat at a Darrow Road bar with a gun holstered at his hip.
An Amherst Street man, 38, was arrested on a warrant alleging burglary, aggravated trespassing, assault and menacing. He allegedly assaulted an ex-girlfriend at Springhill Apartments on Everton Drive in 2011.
A Brown Street man, 24, was charged with attempted burglary and possession of criminal tools Jan. 30 after he allegedly tried to kick in the door of a house in the 100 block of Lake Street. After he was unsuccessful, he threw a brick through a front window.
A Victoria Avenue man, 18, was charged with three counts of burglary after he allegedly looted houses on Inman Street, LaFollette Street and Evans Avenue.
A $700 TV set was reported stolen from a downstairs living room Feb. 11 on Lamberton Avenue.
A GPS unit, two cellphones and other items, total value $560, were reported stolen Feb. 8 from a vehicle in a garage at a Wayne Street home.
A computer valued at $1,000 was reported stolen Feb. 6 from the Studio #2 office on West Park Avenue.
A man was charged with receiving stolen property Feb. 17 after police stopped him in a car stolen from Cleveland.
A Bath Road man reported Feb. 13 that someone created fraudulent checks with his account number, then forged and cashed them.
Misuse of a credit card
A Ghent Road man told police Feb. 15 that someone used his credit card information to make Internet purchases for nearly $200.
A Bath Elementary School fifth-grader found a bullet shell casing on the school bus Feb. 20.
A Weatherstone Court woman, 34, told police Feb. 18 that someone used her personal information to open credit card accounts.
A Pennsylvania man, 24, found an illegal transaction for $302 on his credit card Feb. 18. PNC bank was to reimburse him for his loss.
Officers responded to an alarm Feb. 17 at Arrowhead Primary School. They found a broken window near the front door. They followed footprints in the snow and determined that a male sheep had rammed the window with its horns. The sheep’s owner, a Jacoby Road man, retrieved the animal.
Two women, 75 and 82, were involved in a physical altercation at Windsong Care Center on Brookmont Road. One woman thought the other was stealing from her. Police could not retrieve any relevant information because both women have dementia. They were transported to local hospitals for evaluation.
A Madison Avenue man, 36, was charged with violation of a protection order Feb. 14.
A Canton man, 32, was charged with public indecency Feb. 16 after he allegedly fondled himself while driving next to a Stow woman’s vehicle on state Route 8.
A Cuyahoga Falls High School student, 16, was charged with disorderly conduct Feb. 19 after she allegedly swore at a counselor, a school administrator and the girl’s mother.
A Cuyahoga Falls High School freshman was charged with distributing dangerous drugs Feb. 14. He told police he gave prescription pills to a girl classmate so she would like him.
An Akron man, 18 was charged with failing to comply with a police order after he allegedly fled a traffic stop Feb. 19 on Valley Road.
A Winter Parkway man, 38, was charged with domestic violence Feb. 19 after he allegedly assaulted his girlfriend.
A Winter Parkway man, 42, was charged with menacing, obstructing official business, resisting arrest and possessing drug paraphernalia Feb. 20.
Someone broke into an apartment Feb. 16 in the 2500 block of State Road, stole a ring box and destroyed roses in a vase.
About $2,100 was stolen from a home Feb. 14 in the 1500 block of Sand Hill Drive.
Jewelry and a purse were stolen Feb. 18 from an Ardella Road home.
A Falls Avenue woman told police Feb. 20 that someone used personal information to electronically file a tax return with the Internal Revenue Service.
A Giant Eagle employee told police Feb. 14 that a 12th Street woman, 85, came into the store to wire $1,000 to claim a $500,000 prize. The employee convinced the customer that she was being scammed, and the woman did not send the money. She had wired $525 the day before.
A manager at 7-Eleven, 1205 Main St., told police Feb. 14 that a caller persuaded an employee to activate two money pack cards for $500 each. The call turned out to be a scam.
A Cleveland woman, 30, was charged with theft Feb. 17 after she allegedly tried to steal $51 in merchandise at Gymboree in Summit Mall.
A West Virginia woman, 31, was charged with theft Feb. 17 after she allegedly tried to steal $75 in Walmart clothing in her purse.
A South Miller Road woman, 29, was charged with domestic abuse Feb. 17 after she allegedly struck and cut her boyfriend, 27.
An Alliance man, 42, was charged with theft Feb 16 after he allegedly tried to take $1,019 worth of merchandise from a RadioShack on West Market Street. The suspect is a former employee of RadioShack.
An Akron man, 25, was charged with trafficking drugs Feb. 16 at Chuck E. Cheese. Police noticed a strong odor of marijuana on the man. They initially asked him to leave, but noticed him throw a small bag into a trash can. After searching him, they found a few bags of marijuana.
A Delta 77 Drive man, 31, was charged with felony domestic violence Feb. 10 after he allegedly grabbed his girlfriend, dragged her down steps and punched her.
A Struthers man, 28, was charged with receiving stolen property Feb. 3 on Koons Road. Several items, including a $150 GPS unit, were found in his possession, police said.
A Streetsboro man, 38, was charged with telecommunication harassment Feb. 20.
Someone entered a Wayne Street home Feb. 12-16 and stole flat-screen televisions and other items.
Someone stole electronic equipment and jewelry, total value $1,400, from an Eastern Road home Feb. 19.
A Lakemore man, 53, of Lakeside Drive, was charged with aggravated menacing and resisting arrest Feb. 12 after he allegedly tried to pick a fight with a Hilda Street resident and threatened to kill two other people. He also raised his fist at officers, police said.
A Lessig Avenue boy, 16, was charged with adulterating food and criminal mischief Feb. 11 after he allegedly urinated in an ice machine from which ice was used for a girls basketball game Feb. 1.
A Rittman man, 32, of State Street was charged with domestic violence Feb. 11 after he allegedly pushed in a door at an Enright Avenue home and threatened a woman inside.
Police said an Ambre Drive man, 50, was charged with domestic violence Feb. 10 after he allegedly pounced on his wife and choked her.
A Lakemore man, 20, of Plaza Court, was charged with domestic violence after he allegedly pushed his father onto a couch and put his knee on his father’s throat. The man was angry because his keys were missing.
An Akron man, 24, was charged with carrying a concealed weapon, possession of drugs and speeding Feb. 14 during a traffic stop on Hudson Drive. Police reported finding marijuana and a concealed handgun in the center console of the vehicle.
A Stow man, 59, was charged with domestic violence Feb. 17.
A Hudson Drive boy, 16, was charged with domestic violence Feb 15.
An 89-year-old resident of Maison Aine, 2910 L’Ermitage Place, reportedly was assaulted Feb. 19.
A Hudson Drive woman told police Feb. 14 that someone used her identity to open four cellphone numbers on a closed account.
A manager of Taco Bell, 4158 Kent Road, reported Feb. 19 that a naked man entered the store several times.
An Akron woman, 53, told police Feb. 15 that she was inappropriately touched at an appointment in Stow.
Unlawful sexual conduct
Police were investigating a report Feb. 13 that a girl, 13, had sexual contact with a man, 19.
A Chesterland Road woman reported Feb. 14 someone transferred nearly $15,000 from her bank account to another bank account.
A home in the 100 block of Pine Street was ransacked Feb. 16.
Someone looted a home Feb. 20 in the 500 block of North Catawba Drive.
A Meadow View Drive Northwest man told police Feb. 8 that an intruder stole cash, a watch and other items, total value $6,035, from his home.
A Fulton Drive Northwest man, 27, was jailed on two counts of domestic violence Feb. 10 after he allegedly cut himself and threatened to cut others.
An East Sparta man, 33, of Chestnut Street, was charged with passing bad checks and theft Feb. 9 after he allegedly concealed DVDs and left the Target store on Dressler Road Northwest without paying.
A computer, TV and other items, total value $1,825, were reported stolen Feb. 12 from a home on Eastlynn Avenue Northwest.
A laptop computer and other items, total value $1,300, were stolen from a Pondera Street Northwest man’s car parked at the house.
A Lansdale Avenue Northwest man told police Feb. 11 that a $1,000 laptop computer and other items belonging to Hilscher-Clarke Electric in Canton were stolen from his vehicle.
A Chiltern Road Northwest man, 47, was charged with domestic violence Feb. 13 after he allegedly struck his niece on the side of the face and threw her to the ground.
A Canton man, 34, of Westview Avenue Northwest, was charged with telephone harassment Jan. 22 after he allegedly harassed members of First Friends Church on Market Avenue North. The man, who had been banned from the church, was warned by an officer to stop all communications with the congregation. The next day, a pastor received a letter from the man who named members he wanted “to interrogate,” police said.
A Kalahari Street Northeast man, 20, was arrested on warrants for domestic violence and drug possession during a traffic stop at Taft Avenue Northeast and 25th Street.
A Harmon Street Southwest man was charged with felonious assault, domestic violence and aggravated menacing Feb. 10 after he allegedly tried to strangle a woman through an open car window and threatened to shoot her.
A Wooster Township woman, 30, was charged with assault, domestic violence and resisting arrest Feb. 17 after police said she struck a Wooster man, 33, at a home in the 2500 block of Columbus Road.
Breaking and entering
Tools valued at $550 were reported stolen Feb. 17 from a storage garage in the 300 block of West Easton Road, Canaan Township.
A television and a DVD player, total value $871, were reported stolen Feb. 19 from a home in the 5500 block of Forrer Road, Baughman Township.
Photography equipment, tools and other items, total value $2,901, were reported stolen Feb. 15 from a home in the 9200 block of West Easton Road, Congress Township.
A Ford pickup truck was reported stolen Feb. 19 from a home in the 5400 block of Millersburg Road, Franklin Township.
A Wooster man, 22, was charged with drug possession Feb. 15 after police reported finding eight bags of heroin at a home in the 700 block of East Henry Street.
A Wooster man, 31, told police Feb. 15 that a stranger beat him with a tire iron at a home in the 100 block of East Henry Street.
A pickup truck valued at $8,500 was stolen Feb. 17 from a driveway in the 200 block of South Buckeye Street.