Summit County



Three men and one woman between the ages of 29 and 36 were arrested after a search of a Henry Street home. They were charged with methamphetamine manufacturing, illegal assembly of chemicals, possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia. Officers said they also recovered a .22-caliber revolver, cocaine, a digital scale and drug paraphernalia.

In another meth lab case, two men and two women between the ages of 20 and 31 were charged with illegal manufacturing of methamphetamine, illegal assembly of chemicals and possession of meth.



A Bell Street home was burglarized Jan. 17.

A computer and video game system were among the items taken from a home in the 60 block of 25th Street Northwest Jan. 14.

A home in the 70 block of Fernwood Avenue was broken into Jan. 14.

Bath Township


A former employee of a Medina Road grocery store was charged with theft after a security agent doing a random check said the employee had two bottles of liquor and marijuana.

Coventry Township


A 24-year-old woman from Kellogg Avenue, Barberton, was booked Jan. 13 at the Summit County Jail on an assault charge. She is accused of punching her boyfriend in the face at a Manchester Road location.

Cuyahoga Falls


A 31-year-old man from Ritchie Street, Stow, was charged Jan. 16 with endangering children and operating a vehicle while intoxicated. The man is accused of having his 2-year-old son in the car when it crashed.


The owner and an employee of a Buchholzer Boulevard restaurant were robbed at gunpoint Jan. 12. Reports said a man with a gun demanded money from the owner of Pulp, stole $416 from the cash register and fled toward apartment buildings near the business.



A Cottage Grove Road resident said Jan. 16 that his home’s side door was forced open and two handguns and other items valued at $1,043 were stolen.



A break-in was reported Jan. 3 in the 300 block of Barlow Road.

New Franklin


A West Nimisila Road boy, 16, was booked at the Summit County Juvenile Detention Center on Jan. 8 on charges of domestic violence and aggravated menacing. The boy is accused of pulling a knife on an older sister and threatening to cut her, police said.



A Columbia Woods Drive man was charged Jan. 17 with inducing panic and domestic violence. The man is accused of threatening his wife and refusing police commands to come out of the apartment. After several hours, a SWAT team was able to enter the apartment and take the man into custody. He was taken to a local hospital for a psychological evaluation.

Springfield Township


Jewelry and pocket watches valued at $694 were reported stolen Jan. 12 from a Betz Drive home.

A safe, passport and jewelry valued at $1,950 were discovered missing Jan. 6 from a Royal Fern Drive home.



A Uniondale Drive man, 39, and a Fishcreek Road woman were charged Jan. 5 with illegally manufacturing drugs at a home near Vira and Graham roads. The man was also charged with illegally assembling chemicals used to manufacture drugs.



Thirty-one wireless Internet routers valued at $100 each were reported stolen Jan. 11 from Time Warner Cable. Reports said a supervisor noticed the theft during an inventory check and tracked the missing routers to the Tallmadge warehouse in the 100 block of Osceola Avenue.




Medina County



An East Bergey Street woman report Jan. 17 that her ex-boyfriend assaulted her.

Portage County



A Spaulding Drive woman, 53, was charged Jan. 15 with two counts of assault at her home.



A Murray Avenue woman, 38, was charged Jan. 7 with assault. She is accused of grabbing several people by the throat and punching one in the face.

Stark County

Jackson Township


A Thackery Avenue Northwest man, 24, was booked on a charge of domestic violence Jan. 7. He is accused of striking his mother.

A Portage Street Northwest man, 22, was booked on a charge of domestic violence Jan. 6. He is accused of striking his mother in the chest.

A 22-year-old man from Lawrence Road Northeast, Canton, was jailed Jan. 6 on a charge of domestic violence. He is accused of throwing a rock that hit his girlfriend in the head at a Stephen Circle Northwest home.

North Canton


Multiple charges were filed Jan. 11 against a couple from Clyde Place Southwest, Canton, accused of stealing a coin changer from the Hometown Laundromat on South Main Street. Police said the man, 29, was charged with felony theft, tampering with coin machines and criminal damaging. He also was wanted for a parole violation. The woman, 26, was charged with complicity to felony theft, tampering with coin machines and criminal damaging.

Breaking and entering

A generator, snow blower and other items valued at $2,755 were reported stolen Jan. 3 from a locked shed on Cordelia Street Southwest.

Plain Township


A Diamond Street Northeast father, 58, and son, 28, were jailed Jan. 9. The younger man was charged with felony passing bad checks, drug possession, failure to comply with an officer’s order and two counts of resisting arrest. The father was booked on warrants alleging tampering with evidence, obstructing justice and resisting arrest.

A breaking and entering charge was filed against a Middlebranch Avenue Northeast man, 45, on Jan. 7. He was arrested near his home.


Misuse of credit cards

A Forest Meadows Circle woman reported Jan. 10 that her bank card was used to make purchases totaling $500 in London.

Wayne County

Wayne sheriff

Breaking and entering

Copper piping and a dehumidifier were reported taken Jan. 16 from a vacant house in the 1600 block of South West Lebanon Road, Green Township.

A furnace, an air conditioner and other items valued at $2,750 were reported stolen Jan. 12 from a vacant house in the 5000 block of North Deerfield Avenue, Baughman Township.


Two wallets with gift cards, valued at $175, were reported stolen Jan. 11 from a home in the 9800 block of Rohrer Road, Green Township.


Aluminum valued at $16,000 was reported taken Jan. 16 from a trailer at Dugan & Meyer, 4885 Kidron Road, Sugar Creek Township.



A television valued at $2,000 was reported taken Jan. 13 from a home in the 200 block of Spring Street.

LUK Corp. officials reported Jan. 14 that auto transmission parts valued at $120,000 from their Old Airport Road facility were to be transported by truck to their plant in Mexico but never arrived. The parts were found by customs officials in Laredo, Texas, as the trucker was ready to cross the border.