A Leo Street man, 28, was charged with willful fleeing, resisting arrest, child endangering, driving under the influence and obstructing official business after a crash at Copley Road and Mercer Avenue. Police said the man hit a tree, drove off, ran through red lights, went the wrong direction on a one-way street and hit another car. Officers found a child in the back seat. The man admitted drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana before driving.
A Tallmadge man, 19, of South Thomas Road, was charged with gross sexual imposition involving a child, 12.
A Davies Avenue man, 25, was charged with felonious assault and child endangering after he allegedly injured a 1-year-old child.
A Cuyahoga Falls woman, 22, of Main Street, was charged with possessing drugs after a car crash at East Archwood Avenue and Coventry Street. Police said she was transported to an Akron hospital, where she was found to have a bag of heroin.
A Clark Street man, 48, was charged with vandalism, criminal damage and aggravated menacing after he allegedly damaged a car in a road-rage incident at Eastwood Avenue and Darrow Road, causing $2,000 in damage.
A Grace Avenue man, 19, was charged with aggravated robbery after a holdup at gunpoint.
A Triplett Boulevard man, 33, was charged with forgery, passing bad checks and receiving stolen property after he allegedly tried to cash a stolen check for $400 at a Chase Bank on South Arlington Street.
A Lily Street man, 44, was charged with tampering with evidence after a traffic stop. Police said he shoved a plastic bag into his pocket while the car was being searched and then put something in his mouth and swallowed. He later told officers that he had two Xanax pills in the bag.
A Nome Avenue man, 21, was charged with receiving stolen property after he allegedly tried to sell jewelry to Ohio Gold on Merriman Road.
A Dayton man, 21, was charged with burglary after a Vicross Avenue resident came home and found the man trying to escape with stolen items.
A man, 29, was charged with burglary after he allegedly tried to steal a flat-screen TV from a Glendora Avenue home.
A Hazel Street man, 69, was charged with domestic violence and assault.
A Treeside Drive man, 55, was charged with domestic violence.
A Hartford Avenue man, 36, was charged with domestic violence.
A Wadsworth man, 61, of Hartman Road, was charged with domestic violence May 4 after he allegedly hit his daughter in the face when she confronted him about his companion at a Wooster Road North bar.
A West State Street man, 49, and woman, 46, were charged with domestic violence following a disturbance at their home.
A domestic violence warrant was issued May 7 for a Brown Street man, 53, after he allegedly threw his girlfriend to the floor, causing her to hit a coffee table.
A Rittman man told police May 8 that he met a woman outside a church at Fifth Street and West Hopocan Avenue Northwest. When she said she forgot her keys, she went back for them. When she didn’t return, he went back to his vehicle and found that $450 was missing, along with the woman and her vehicle.
A Treetop Drive woman told police her boyfriend flushed her medicine down the toilet. The prescription was for 42 Oxycodone pills. Her doctor said she needed a police report to replace the prescription.
A Lake Vista Road man, 31, was arrested April 17 on a warrant charging him with communication harassment.
A 16th Street man, 34, was charged with two counts of felony domestic violence and one misdemeanor domestic violence May 9 after he allegedly threatened his brother with a knife, and then held the knife to his father’s throat and pushed him.
A Cuyahoga Falls High School student, 16, was charged with disorderly conduct May 13 after he allegedly pulled a fire alarm inside the school. He told police he was pretending to pull the alarm, and accidentally did.
A Brookpoint Lane man told police May 13 that a Rottweiler attacked his pet cat on a back porch. The cat died on the way to the veterinarian. The man did not know who owned the dog.
Someone set off firecrackers in a first-floor hallway of a Winter Parkway apartment building.
Someone broke into an apartment in the 1400 block of Second Street on May 11 and took a safe containing $2,000 in jewelry.
A $10,000 diagnostic computer was taken from a home in the 2800 block of Sixth Street between April 28 and May 12.
A Morewood Road man, 38, told police his 18-speed mountain bike valued at $100 was stolen May 10 from a back porch.
An Akron man, 50, was charged with theft and criminal trespassing May 11 after he allegedly tried to steal four packages of steak and a bag of shrimp, total value $79.40, from Giant Eagle. He was charged with criminal trespassing because he has been banned from the store since 2011.
Two Akron women, 38 and 59, were charged with theft May 15 after they allegedly tried to conceal $160 worth of merchandise in a wheelchair at Dillard’s in Summit Mall.
An Akron man, 53, was charged with theft May 14 after he allegedly tried to steal an $84 cologne set from Dillard’s at Summit Mall.
A Clinton man was charged with theft May 11 after he allegedly tried to steal a pair of $9.99 gloves from Spencer’s Gifts at Summit Mall.
An Akron man, 22, was charged with possessing marijuana May 14 after police reported finding the drug when his vehicle was pulled over for not having a front license plate.
Jewelry and video games were reported stolen May 6 from a Thursby Road home. Values weren’t listed.
A woman told police May 4 that someone stole clothing, cellphones, a television and other items, total value $4,352, from her former home on Russell Street.
Quality Mold on Massillon Road told police May 7 that someone made three copies of a $375.75 check, altered one and cashed them all for a total of $1,252.
Two Linwood Road males, 25 and 17, were charged with felony theft, vandalism and criminal damaging after police reported finding them stealing copper off vacant Edwin Shaw Hospital on Flickinger Road.
A King Drive man, 31, was charged with drug abuse, discharging an air gun and possessing drug abuse instruments May 13. A North Norman Drive man, 26, was charged with possessing drugs and drug abuse instruments. Police said the two fired the air gun in a parked car in a Huntington Bank parking lot on Darrow Road. Prescription medication and syringes were found in the vehicle.
A Stow-Munroe Falls High School official told police that a student, 15, was sexually assaulted April 27-29.
A woman, 36, told police May 14 that she was assaulted at her home.
A Jona Avenue man said May 14 that a man followed him home after a road-rage incident and assaulted him.
A Stow Road boy, 6, called 911 on May 8 to report that his mother was unconscious. Police suspected the woman overdosed on drugs while the boy and a sibling, 3, were at home.
Theft by deception
A clerk at 7-Eleven, 959 Steels Corners Road, activated prepaid debit cards for a caller who claimed to be testing the system from a corporate office. The loss was estimated at more than $3,000.
A diamond ring set valued at $5,000 was stolen from a Young Road home, according to a May 11 report.
A Gross Avenue woman, 42, told police May 14 that someone used her personal information to open a utility account.
Five bottles of wine were stolen from a refrigerator inside a garage in the 4700 block of Sunnyside Drive, police were told May 10.
Someone broke into a Forest Heights Drive home May 1 and stole prescription medication.
A counterfeit $50 bill was used to purchase merchandise May 13 at Giant Eagle, 4300 Kent Road.
An Akron man, 31, was charged with falsification, driving under suspension and failing to maintain an assured clear distance May 9 following a crash on Tallmadge Circle. He initially told police that his girlfriend was driving the car but she walked home because she was on house arrest and didn’t want to get in trouble. When an officer said he would check the GPS coordinates on the woman’s ankle bracelet, the man admitted he was the driver.
An Akron man, 47, was charged with unlawful sexual conduct with a minor May 14.
An Akron man, 28, was charged with domestic violence May 12 after he allegedly assaulted his father.
A Kent man, 36, was charged with violating a protection order May 10.
Someone looted a home May 13 in the 1200 block of East Howe Road.
A thief took more than $500 in coins and cash May 11 from a home in the 100 block of East Howe Road.
A 20th Street Northwest man, 56, was charged with domestic violence May 3 after he allegedly hit his daughter in the face.
A Waynesburg man, 65, of Market Avenue, was arrested May 4 following a car crash after an officer discovered the driver was wanted on a felony warrant of passing bad checks
Breaking and entering
An employee of Woodlawn Village on Woodlawn Avenue Northwest told police May 2 that someone broke into a locked box and stole several rent checks totaling $4,855.
A secretary at Ventura Manufacturing on Promler Avenue Northwest told police April 28 that someone stole grinders, sanders, saws and other items from the office.
Cash, a flat-screen TV and other items, total value $21,000, were stolen May 5 from a Crystal Lake Drive Northwest home.
A flat-screen TV, an Xbox 360 system, games and other items, total value $1,020, were reported stolen April 30 from a Castlebar Street Northwest home.
A South Boulevard Northwest woman told police May 5 that someone charged $867 to her credit card account.
A Fernwood Street Northwest woman told police May 7 that $1,000 and jewelry were stolen from her home over the past year.
Cash and a cellphone, total value $630, were stolen May 4 from a purse at Panini’s Bar & Grille on Dressler Road Northwest.
A purse and contents, total value $780, were stolen May 2 from a car at Planet Fitness on Whipple Avenue Northwest.
An $800 iPad were taken May 2 from a counter in the Cracker Barrel Country Store on Sunset Strip Avenue Northwest.
A Woodlore Circle Northwest man, 19, was charged with domestic violence May 4 after he allegedly shoved his live-in girlfriend against a wall, threw her on a couch and refused to let her leave a bedroom.
A Canton woman, 40, of Daleford Avenue Northeast, was arrested May 6 on warrants alleging identity fraud, resisting arrest and endangering children.
A North Main Street boy, 17, was charged with theft, domestic violence and criminal damaging April 28 after he allegedly hit his father with his fist.
A Willaman Avenue Northwest girl, 14, was charged with domestic violence May 4 after she allegedly punched her mother during a quarrel.
A Brookpoint Street Northwest man, 54, was charged with domestic violence after he allegedly hit his grandson in the face and head while they were driving. Deputies said the grandson escaped by jumping out of the moving vehicle.
A Middlebranch Avenue Northeast man, 35, was charged with domestic violence May 8 after he allegedly threatened to kill household members.
About 5,000 golf balls, total value $2,500, were stolen over a two-week period from a driving range at A Bucket of Balls on Edison Street Northwest across from Uniontown police headquarters, a worker told officers May 6.
Three pistols, $500 and prescription medication, total value $2,954, were reported stolen May 10 from a home in the 6000 block of Wadsworth Road, Baughman Township.
Jewelry valued at $2,851 was reported stolen May 10 from a home in the 5500 block of East Steiner Road, Milton Township.
A 2002 Volkswagen valued at $3,500 was reported stolen May 10 from a home in the 8200 block of Smucker Road, Green Township.
A Wooster man, 38, was charged with felony domestic violence May 12 after he allegedly slapped his stepdaughter, 14, in the 700 block of Poplar Street.
Breaking and Entering
An Xbox, controllers and games, total value $300, were reported stolen May 9 from a home in the 4900 block of Pine Ridge Drive.
A television and games, total value $2,120, were reported stolen May 9 from a home in the 500 block of West Liberty Street.
A Portage Road woman, 55, told police May 9 that an Internet company sent her a $2,600 check and asked her to be a “secret shopper.” The woman shopped for items. Later, she found that the check was fraudulent.
Prescription medications were reported stolen May 8 from a home in the 2300 block of Cardinal Court.