Summit County

Akron

Arrests

A South Rhodes Avenue man, 49, was charged with carrying a concealed weapon, tampering with evidence and weapons under disability after officers responded to a call for shots fired near the intersection of Roslyn Street and Bellevue Avenue.

An Arnold Avenue man, 22, was charged with drug abuse heroin, breaking and entering, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of drug instruments after police said they responded to a breaking and entering of a vacant home on Teddy Avenue.

An Andrews Street man, 42, was charged with rape after police said he admitted to having sexual conduct with a female in 2010.

A Biruta Street man, 22, was charged with carrying a concealed weapon, weapons under disability, tampering with evidence and obstructing official business after officers responded to a call of a suspicious person carrying a handgun in the 1200 block of East Avenue.

An Akron woman, 23, with no permanent address, was charged with receiving stolen property and misuse of a credit card after police said she used a stolen credit card to purchase over $61 in merchandise on West Market Street.

A Glendora Avenue man, 40, was charged with domestic violence with a previous conviction after police said he got into an argument with his wife over ice cream she bought for a birthday celebration. He shoved her in the face, causing her lip to bleed.

A Lafollette Street man, 45, was charged with receiving stolen property and grand theft after police said he was driving a stolen auto when stopped.

A South Arlington Street man, 22, was charged with receiving stolen property after police found him in the driver’s seat of a stolen car.

An Inman Street man, 33, and a Juneau Street man, 26, were charged with breaking and entering after police said they saw the men attempting to remove the appliances from a vacant house on Inman Street.

An Eighth Street Southwest man, 20, was charged with robbery after police said he and two accomplices assaulted a man and took more than $1,000 from him.

A Bacon Avenue man, 20, was charged with receiving stolen property after police responded to a call for shots fired. The man had two loaded guns, one reported as stolen, in his possession, police said.

Coventry Township

Arrest

A Lakeway Street resident told a sheriff’s deputy Oct. 15 that he and his stepson, 19, were arguing when the stepson threatened to get some friends and guns and “take care” of the man. The stepson was charged with domestic violence.

An Akron woman, 26, of Meade Avenue, was jailed Oct. 12 after being arrested by Springfield police on a theft warrant that accused her of stealing $900 from a 10th Street Southwest man.

Burglary

Three furnaces, copper pipe and other items, total value $7,815, were reported stolen Oct. 16 from a South Main Street building. The lock had been cut off a garage door.

Cuyahoga Falls

Arrests

An Americana Drive woman, 23, was charged Oct. 27 with possession of drug abuse instruments and possession of drug paraphernalia after police said they found syringes and burnt spoons used to inject heroin.

A Brookside Lane man, 63, was charged Oct. 25 with improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle after police said he was intoxicated while transporting a gun.

An Akron man, 39, was charged Oct. 25 with disorderly conduct. An employee of Eat ’n Park, 200 Howe Ave., reported seeing him grab a female companion by her hair and arm and drag her out of the restaurant and through the parking lot. The woman declined to cooperate with police.

A 15th Street woman, 24, was charged Oct. 23 with possession of heroin and possession of drug abuse instrument. While being treated for a drug overdose in her home, police found a syringe containing heroin.

A Howe Avenue man, 38, was charged Oct. 26 with felonious assault after police said he used a razor to make several deep lacerations to the left forearm of his girlfriend, 32. She was treated at a local hospital.

A Newberry Street woman, 20, was charged Oct. 28 with obstructing official business and possession of a controlled substance after police said she gave officers false information to avoid arrest on a warrant.

Arson

A pile of leaves in the 2800 block of Oakwood Drive was set on fire Oct. 26.

Three piles of leaves between Campbell and Hillcrest streets were set on fire Oct. 25. The fires were extinguished by the fire department.

Burglary

An attached garage in the 2400 block of Oakwood Drive was broken into Oct. 23. Electronic items and cash were taken.

A home in the 3400 block of Board Drive was broken into between Oct. 11 and Oct. 20. Three guns and a compound bow with arrows were taken.

Identity theft

A Meadow Lane woman reported Oct. 27 that someone used her personal information to file fraudulent tax returns and open three credit card accounts.

Someone used the personal information of a 10th Street woman to secure a loan through Check ’n Go, she reported Oct. 29.

A Georgia woman reported Oct. 27 someone used her personal information to secure a vehicle registration for a 2000 Ford F-150 in Cuyahoga Falls.

Theft

A 2014 Mazda was taken from a driveway in the 1900 block of Searl Street on Oct. 29.

A 2002 Dodge conversion van was taken from the parking lot of Western Reserve Hospital on Oct. 21.

A woman reported Oct. 23 that someone took $2,800 from her mother, 60, by deception.

A 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee was taken from the 1400 block of Sixth Street on Oct. 22.

Between Oct. 1 to Oct. 17, someone at a State Road gas station accepted delivery of gasoline from Sunstar Petroleum and failed to pay more than $120,000.

Vandalism

Several emergency lights and an exit sign were broken and a fire alarm was triggered at Portage Towers, 2200 High St., on Oct. 23.

Fairlawn

Arrests

A boy, 16, was charged with theft Oct. 28 after police said he entered the Buckle store, 3265 W. Market St., selected three pairs of Rock Revival jeans and entered the dressing room. When he exited the store, a security alarm was triggered, and all of the jeans, total value $115, were found under his sweat pants.

An Akron man, 44, of East Glenwood Avenue, was charged with theft after police said that an employee of Target, 2801 W. Market St., observed him concealing merchandise from various locations inside the store. The suspect went to the register and paid for some merchandise but still had about $100 in items concealed when he exited the store and was apprehended.

A Cuyahoga Falls woman, 21, was charged with theft from Walmart, 3750 W. Market St., after an employee told police she witnessed the woman select five DVDs and conceal them in her sweatshirt before she left the store without paying. She was stopped in the parking lot and released with a summons to appear in court. Total value of the items is $88.80.

A Massillon girl, 18, was charged with theft and possession of criminal tools Oct. 26 after police said an employee at the Buckle store saw her place two pairs of jeans in her purse and leave the store. When apprehended, she was carrying a purse wrapped in duct tape used to conceal merchandise from triggering metal detectors. Merchandise valued at $338 was recovered, police said.

On Oct. 25, a Bellevue woman, 36, was charged with child endangering after police said she left a boy, 3, unattended in her car in the parking lot at Marc’s, 2753 W. Market St., for more than 40 minutes while she shopped.

Theft

An Akron woman, 30, told police Oct. 27 that a man driving a white truck pulled up next to her reached out of his vehicle and grabbed her purse while she was loading groceries into her car at 3750 W. Market St. The suspect last was seen southbound on South Cleveland-Massillon Road.

Hudson

Identity theft

An Ambrose Drive resident reported Oct. 21 that someone used the resident’s personal information to open two credit card accounts.

New Franklin

Arrest

A Doylestown woman told police Oct. 21 that she was at the Vanderhoof Road home of her granddaughter, 11, when they argued and the granddaughter pushed and struck her in the nose. The child was taken to the Summit County Juvenile Detention Center.

Norton

Arrests

An Akron man, 30, was charged Oct. 26 with illegal tail lights and improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle. During a traffic stop on Interstate 76, he failed to notify an officer that he has a concealed carry permit and was carrying two loaded firearms. Police said they also discovered he is prohibited from having firearms by a protection order issued by a judge.

Burglary

A home in the 1200 block of Norton Avenue was broken into Oct. 24. Coins totaling $20 was taken.

Theft

A check for $550 was stolen from a mailbox in the 3600 block of Johnson Road on Oct. 25.

Springfield Township

Arrests

An Akron man, 55, of Benton Street, was charged Oct. 20 with felony theft after he turned himself in to Springfield police on a warrant charging him with taking $5,005.71 from Quick Clean Car & Pet Wash on Mayfair Road a week earlier. He was supposed to pay business taxes with the money but didn’t do so, a police report stated.

Two days after a Howard Lane couple broke up, she returned to get her possessions and an argument turned physical with her being thrown to the ground. Police charged her ex-boyfriend with domestic violence.

A Chelsea Drive man, 30, was charged with domestic violence Oct. 13 after police said he slammed his girlfriend into a wall and said he was going to kill her.

Police charged a Martincrest Drive woman with domestic violence Oct. 13. The previous day, she struck her boyfriend in the face several times and knocked a phone out of his hand as he tried to call police, according to a report.

Accused of striking her boyfriend in the face and scratching him, a Seneca Avenue woman, 31, was charged with domestic violence Oct. 11.

Breaking and entering

A Clearwater, Fla., man told Springfield police Oct. 15 that someone entered his Martha Avenue home in Lakemore and destroyed wooden cabinets, drywall, paint, two toilets and other items, total value $5,700.

A pipe bender, 12 sump pumps and other items, total value $1,727, were reported stolen Oct. 12 from a Krumroy Road home.

Burglary

A semiautomatic handgun and accessories, total value $675, were stolen from a Killian Road woman’s bedroom dresser drawer Oct. 10.

Identity fraud

A Lakemore woman told police Oct. 11 that a relative has used her debit card to make purchases and cash withdrawals totaling $10,000 over the past three months.

An Oneida Avenue woman said Oct. 10 that her bank account number was used without permission by someone to purchase items online totaling $800.

Stow

Arrests

A Kent man, 26, was charged Oct. 29 with identity theft, providing false information to a police officer, driving under suspension, and no headlight.

A Cuyahoga Falls man, 34, was charged Oct. 27 with possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

A Mac Drive man, 45, was charged Oct. 27 with domestic violence. He is accused of pushing a 44-year-old woman.

A Kent man, 28, was charged Oct. 29 with obstructing official business after police said he gave a false name to officers to avoid being arrested on warrants.

Burglary

Jewelry valued at nearly $3,000 was taken from a home in the 4400 block of Mannington Boulevard on Oct. 28.

Failure to comply

While conducting a checkpoint in the 4500 block of Kent Road, police said an unidentified man drove around officers and down a side street, where he abandoned the car and ran away.

Forgery

A check from a Cuyahoga County business was intercepted and altered. Someone attempted to cash the check, for more than $3,000, at Charter One Bank, 4445 Kent Road.

Misuse of a credit card

An Oneida Street woman reported Oct. 25 that someone she knows stole her debit card and has used it for several unauthorized transactions.

Theft

A medical air purifier, valued at $1,800, was taken from Seasons Care Facility, 456 Seasons Road, between Sept. 26 and Sept. 29, according to an Oct. 2 report.

Vandalism

A Martinique Drive woman reported Oct. 23 that a roofing company told her she had storm damage and needed repairs. An insurance adjuster told the woman the damage was done manually and not by a storm.

Tallmadge

Breaking and entering

Someone pried open a rear door of Innotion Enterprises, 1756 Southeast Ave., on Oct. 28. Copper pipe valued at $2,000 was taken.

Telecommunication?harassment

A Norton Drive man, 52, reported Oct. 27 that his ex-girlfriend has sent him more than 800 emails, text messages, social media messages and voice mails since their breakup, even though he told her to stop. An officer called the woman and told her to stop contacting the man or she could be arrested.

Theft

A television valued at more than $1,000 was taken from Eagle Rental between Sept. 12 and Oct. 24.

Cuyahoga County

North Royalton

Citizen assist

A State Road resident called police Oct. 24 to report that she had found “what appeared to be a box of grenades” that a former boyfriend had left behind. The bomb squad was called in to remove the items.

Medina County

Brunswick

Vandalism

An Eisenhower Drive resident called police Oct. 24 to report that someone threw a rock through the window of her car.

Medina

Suspicious person

Police were called to a North Court Street business after a man was seen kicking an ATM. Police could not locate the man.

Medina Township

Noise complaint

Officers were called to East Normandy Park Drive on Oct. 26 for a report of a loud party. It turns out a resident was hosting a baby shower.

Wadsworth

Arrests

A Seville Road woman, 42, was arrested Oct. 24 on a warrant from the Medina Police Department.

Burglary

A home in the 100 block of Third Street was burglarized Oct. 27.

Misuse of a credit card

A Home Depot employee reported Oct. 25 that two people used a stolen credit card to make purchases.

Drugs

During a K-9 search at Wadsworth High School on Oct. 24, drugs and alcohol were found inside a vehicle in the parking lot. The report was forwarded to the prosecutor’s office.

Portage County

Kent

Arrests

A 21-year-old East Summit Street woman was charged Oct. 29 with domestic violence after police said she assaulted a household member.

Burglary

A residence in the 1100 block of Morris Road was broken into Oct. 26. Electronic equipment was taken.

Someone broke into a residence in the 1500 block of Olympus Drive on Oct. 26. Two televisions and a video game system were taken.

A residence in the 200 block of North Lincoln Street was broken into Oct. 25. An iPad Mini and laptop were among items taken.

Two televisions were taken during the burglary of a residence in the 500 block of South Lincoln Street on Oct. 26.

Stark County

Jackson Township

Arrests

An Akron man, 49, of Lovers Lane, was jailed on a Jackson police warrant for felony menacing by stalking. A State Highway Patrol trooper arrested him Oct. 21.

A Massillon resident, 43, of Bebb Avenue Southwest, was jailed Oct. 20 on a warrant for felony identity fraud and misuse of credit cards following a traffic stop on Wales Avenue Northwest at Caritas Circle Northwest.

On Oct. 20, Summit sheriff’s deputies arrested an Akron woman, 23, of Lakewood Boulevard, on a Jackson warrant for passing bad checks. She was booked at the Stark County Jail.

A Mudbrook Street Northwest man, 47, was charged with domestic violence Oct. 19 after police said he struck his daughter and knocked off her glasses.

A Scotsbury Street Northwest man, 37, was bitten by his wife after he pushed her against a refrigerator and shoved his hand against her mouth, an Oct. 18 police report said.

Police charged a Louisville man, 24, of Reno Drive with felony robbery Oct. 18 after a report indicated he walked out of Macy’s at Belden Village Mall without paying for $139 worth of merchandise and used force to try to flee from a loss prevention associate.

Forgery

Police were told Oct. 20 that someone opened an account at Consumers National Bank on Dressler Road and forged two checks totaling $5,569 drawn on Bank of America and Fifth Third Bank.

Breaking and entering

Five sets of locks and 30 cedar blanks, total value $1,000, were reported stolen Oct. 19 from a home under construction on Glen Elm Circle Northwest.

Burglary

Two West Virginia women told police Oct. 19 that their iPads, one valued at $488 and no value listed for the other, were stolen from a home on Everhard Road Northwest.

Thefts

A mixer, a CD/stereo and other items, total value $1,200, were reported stolen from a Revere Avenue Northwest home Oct. 16.

A spokesperson for Walmart on Mega Street Northwest told police Oct. 16 that two males fled out a fire door with a $600 computer.

Three sewing machines, total value $1,300, were stolen Oct. 13 from the Viking Sewing Center inside Jo-Ann Fabrics & Crafts on Dressler Road Northwest, a police report showed.

On Oct. 10, police said a man left Rogers Jewelers in the Belden Village Mall without paying for two rings worth $7,048.

Lake Township

Arrests

A Stonelane Avenue Northwest girl, 15, was charged with domestic violence after an incident at her home Oct. 20. She was taken to the Stark County Juvenile Attention Center.

Stark County sheriff’s deputies jailed a Midway Street Northwest woman, 28, on Oct. 18 on a warrant charging felony misuse of credit cards.

Plain Township

Arrests

A 31st Street Northwest woman was charged with domestic violence Oct. 21 after police said she struck her husband in the face.

A Spangler Street Northeast man, 25, was charged with domestic violence Oct. 20 after a sheriff’s deputy was called to the home for a disturbance.

A Brush Place Northeast man, 47, was charged Oct. 19 with felony improperly discharging a firearm and felonious assault plus domestic violence after a woman in the 3200 block of Atlantic Boulevard Northeast told police he pointed a gun at her head and pulled the trigger, but the weapon didn’t fire. A bullet from the second shot just missed her head and struck the bed.

Uniontown

Arrest

An Akron woman, 43, of Bowmanville Street, was jailed in Stark on two counts of felony theft Oct. 20 after being arrested at an Amber Circle Northwest home. She was accused of taking credit cards and charging approximately $14,000 worth of merchandise, a sheriff’s report stated.

Theft

Clothing worth $517 was reported stolen Oct. 15 from Hartville Hardware on Edison Street Northwest. In an earlier incident, a man and woman took $539 worth of clothing from the hardware store without paying, police said.

Wayne County

Wayne Sheriff

Arrests

A Canton man of the 1200 block of Market Avenue South was charged Oct. 28 with aggravated trafficking in oxycodone.

An Apple Creek man of the 8800 block of Kidron Road was charged Oct. 28 with carrying a concealed weapon and improperly handling a firearm in a motor vehicle.

A Sterling man of the 6600 block of Pleasant Home Road was charged Oct. 27 with possession of a drug abuse instrument and possession of heroin.

A Clinton Township man, 21, was arrested Oct. 25 on charges of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct after a man, 75, called to report a domestic dispute at a residence in the 8000 block of Critchfield Road.

A Wooster man, 24, was charged Oct. 25 with assault after a woman, 55, reported that he hurt her at a residence in the 400 block of Washington Street. He was charged with an additional count of assault after police said he struck a deputy in the jaw at the Wayne County Jail.

A Wooster man of the 600 block of Nold Avenue was charged Oct. 24 on warrants for trafficking in cocaine and failure to pay child support.

Breaking and entering

Items were reported stolen Oct. 28 from a building in the 6100 block of Massillon Road, Paint Township.

A battery charger worth $125 was reported taken Oct. 23 from a garage in the 5900 block of Doylestown Road, Milton Township.

Burglary

A flashlight and $600 were reported taken Oct. 24 from a residence in the 10400 block of Angling Road, Plain Township.

Thefts

A revolver worth $125 was reported taken Oct. 29 from a residence in the 13400 block of Hatfield Road, Chippewa Township.

A pressure washer valued at $2,800 was reported stolen Oct. 24 from a garage in the 13300 block of Gearhart Road, Congress Township.

A Yamaha 4-wheeler valued at $3,500 was reported stolen Oct. 23 from a shed in the 1900 block of West Sterling Road, Canaan Township.

Seven Adderall pills were reported taken Oct. 22 from a purse at a residential facility in the 4100 block of East Smithville Western Road, Wayne Township.

Tools, 90 pills and other items, total value $2,950, were reported taken Oct. 23 from a residence in the 14900 block of Galehouse Road, Chippewa Township.

Wooster

Arrests

A Wooster woman, 18, was arrested Oct. 25 on charges of possession of drugs and marijuana after police reported they found filter paper and smoking devices at a residence in the 1300 block of Beall Avenue.

A Wooster girl, 16, was charged with unruliness after a 43-year-old woman reported Oct. 29 that she was unmanageable at a residence in the 1500 block of Cedar Lane.

A Riverdale, Ga., man, 20, was charged with resisting arrest and underage possession after police said he fled from Wooster Community Hospital, then fought with police who took him to the Wayne County Jail.

A Wooster man, 32, was charged Oct. 25 with domestic violence after a woman, 27, reported a dispute at a home in the 800 block of Stibbs Street.

A Wooster boy, 17, was charged Oct. 26 with domestic violence after his father reported an altercation at a home in the 800 block of Forest Drive.

A Wooster man, 26, was charged Oct. 24 with menacing after police said he threatened to fight and kill an officer in the 500 block of Beall Avenue.

Arson

A small fire was reported Oct. 28 at Jaycee Park, 900 Spink St.

Burglary

A GPS, a radar detector and other items, total value $370, were reported stolen Oct. 22 from a car in the 500 block of Spring Street.

Robbery

A man asked for money Oct. 26 from a clerk at McDonald’s, 540 Beall Ave., but fled after the clerk fumbled with opening a cash register.

Thefts

Payroll checks and $25, total value $2,129, were reported stolen Oct. 19 from the office of RVI Inc., 600 Industrial Blvd.

Seven Clonazepan tablets were reported taken Oct. 27 from a car in the 400 block of South Market Street.

Three air conditioners, total value $4,500, were reported stolen Oct. 23 from two Wooster sites managed by United Mobile Home, 4441 Cleveland Road.

Violation of protection order

A Wooster woman reported Oct. 23 that the father of her granddaughter contacted her at a home in the 700 block of Poplar Street which violated a court order.