A Bartges Street man, 19, was charged with aggravated robbery after he allegedly pointed a loaded gun at a man and told him to empty his pockets. The man emptied his pockets but did not have any money. Police found the gun at Glendale Cemetery.
A Princeton Street man, 19, was charged with burglary after he allegedly forced his way into an Argonne Court home and took a television and a laptop computer and loaded them into a waiting vehicle.
A Palmetto Avenue man, 22, was charged with attempted burglary after he allegedly tried to break into a Brown Street home by removing a window screen and breaking the window.
A North Howard Street man, 40, was charged with domestic violence, menacing and unlawful restraint.
A Newton Avenue man, 40, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 15 after he allegedly threatened to kill a woman with a hunting knife. When she ran outside, another man grabbed the suspect and held him for police.
A Princeton Avenue man, 19, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 20 after he allegedly threw a spoon and hit his brother.
A Van Street man, 28, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 19 after he allegedly sent a text message to his wife, saying he was going to knock her teeth down her throat. He then allegedly struck his sister, knocked her to the ground and kicked her.
A Second Street Northwest man was charged with felony domestic violence after he allegedly hit his girlfriend in the head as she drove near Memorial School on West Summit Street.
A Third Street Northwest woman was charged with domestic violence Sept. 15 after she allegedly threw a glass-and-ceramic ornament at her live-in boyfriend, who suffered a small cut on his arm.
Two transactions totaling $1,057 were charged to an Alabama Place woman’s credit card without authorization. She told police Sept. 20 that she gave the card to her boyfriend, who said he lost the card.
A theft warrant was issued for a Barberton man accused of selling a stolen TV set and computer for $1,300 to a Brunswick man. The buyer learned Sept. 18 that the items had been rented from Rent-A-Center. Workers took back the merchandise.
Two purses containing credit cards and $60 cash were stolen Sept. 20 from a vehicle parked in the 200 block of Springfield Drive.
A Winter Parkway man, 45, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 20 after he allegedly hit his son, 16, in the face.
A Victoria Street man, 39, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 23 after he allegedly punched the mother of his children and threatened to kill her with a knife.
Someone broke into a home Sept. 20 in the 2400 block of Second Street and stole electronics and jewelry.
Someone broke into a home Sept. 25 in the 2600 block of Fairland Street and stole $2,500 in items.
A Cuyahoga Falls man, 54, told police Sept. 24 that someone used his identity to open three credit-card accounts and make $3,300 in illegal transactions.
A Cuyahoga Falls woman told police Sept. 24 that her 97-year-old mother’s identity was used to open credit and utility accounts in Florida.
A Smokerise Drive man reported Sept. 26 that his 12-year-old daughter stole $2,200 from an envelope in the basement. He recovered $1,600.
Eight tires and wheels, total value more than $8,000, were taken from a State Road car lot Sept. 27.
Someone stole a car Sept. 23 from the 1000 block of Clyde Avenue while the driver left it running.
Vandals destroyed sinks Sept. 23 in the rest rooms at Kennedy Park, 2100 Issaquah St., causing water to shoot upward, soaking the ceiling. Damage was estimated at $1,000.
An Akron woman, 66, was pulled over for a traffic violation Sept. 11 in Fairlawn. A Copley officer arrived and arrested her after officers found out that she had a warrant in Copley.
A South Miller Road man, 58, was charged with having an open container of alcohol in Summit Mall. Police searched his car and reported finding a marijuana pipe and marijuana seeds.
An Akron man, 28, was charged with violating a protection order Sept. 21 after his car ran out of gas. Officers found the person under protection was in the passenger seat.
An Akron woman, 22, was charged with theft Sept. 22 after she allegedly stole a purse and jeans, total value $193, from Buckle at Summit Mall.
An Akron man, 20, was charged with theft Sept. 24 after he allegedly stole two pairs of boxers, total value $56, from Macy’s at Summit Mall.
A Canton woman, 39, and a Hartville woman, 41, were charged with theft Sept. 25 after they allegedly stole $404 in DVDs from Walmart.
A Ridgewood Road man, 54, told police that someone stole his credit card and charged $382 at a Macy’s store in San Francisco.
A Cuyahoga Falls woman, 21, told police Sept. 25 that a former Walgreens employee was harassing her. She was the manager when he was fired, but he keeps trying to contact her despite her protests. He left notes on her car and texts on her phone.
Someone entered a Massillon Road home Sept. 19 and stole a PlayStation 3, games and other items, total value $1,650.
Two handguns, total value $675, were reported stolen Sept. 19 from a Mount Pleasant Road garage.
A Berna Road told police Sept. 19 that someone stole a $930 check from her home, forged it and cashed it.
Two TV sets and a sound board, total value $3,000, were stolen Sept. 17 from Sirpilla RV on Interstate Parkway.
A Pinewood Lane woman called police Sept. 24 to report someone rang her doorbell multiple times, then knocked at the door. She was concerned because it was after 9 p.m. Police found no suspects.
A Patty Drive man, 20, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 17 after he allegedly choked his girlfriend and punched her in the leg.
An Akron boy, 14, of Morgan Avenue, was charged with rape and gross sexual imposition of a 5-year-old child. Police said the teen turned himself in Sept. 21 after denying the charges Aug. 29 and Sept. 14.
A Beryl Road resident told police Sept. 20 that an adult relative stole her jewelry valued at $2,800 and pawned it for $740.
SC Manufacturing on Gilchrist Road reported to police Sept. 19 that someone stole 18 100-pound steel rings, total value $7,100.
A Mogadore man, 34, was charged with violating a protection order Sept. 25.
A woman is suspected of using two counterfeit $50 bills to buy goods Sept. 25 at Target, 4200 Kent Road.
An Osage Street woman, 28, told police Sept. 25 that a family member assaulted her.
A Lakeview Boulevard woman told police Sept. 26 that someone stole a package from her porch Sept. 21.
A woman who was knocking on doors in the 400 block of North Thomas Road was charged with disorderly conduct by intoxication and resisting arrest Sept. 21.
An Eastwood Avenue man told police Sept. 24 that someone kicked in the back door of his home. Nothing appeared to be missing.
A Northwest Avenue woman told police Sept. 25 that prescription drugs were taken from her purse. She suspected a former boyfriend.
Violation of protection order
A Northwood Lane woman told police Sept. 25 that she received a Facebook friend request from someone she has a protection order against. The suspect is in a work-release program.
Police were investigating the Sept. 24 assault of a man, 36, who was treated at a local hospital.
A home in the 600 block of Akron Road was looted Sept. 24.
A State Street grocery store told police Sept. 24 that someone cashed a counterfeit check for $495.
A Starr Avenue man, 38, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 24.
An iPod and BlackBerry were stolen Sept. 25 from an East Summit Street apartment.
A 15th Street Northwest woman, 61, was charged with forgery and possession of criminal tools, both felonies, during a Sept. 14 incident at the World Market on Dressler Road Northwest. Police said she tried to buy a purse with a counterfeit $50 bill. Officers said she had four more counterfeit $50 bills and two $20 counterfeit bills. A woman, 25, of the same address was charged with felony possession of criminal tools since she also had a counterfeit $50 bill.
An Avalon Street Northwest woman, 51, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 14 after she allegedly slapped her husband in the face with a piece of cake and threatened to kill him while holding a fork.
An Akron woman, 28, of Wesley Place, was arrested Sept. 18 on warrants alleging forgery and petty theft. The case involves the use of a fictitious $195 check at BJ’s Wholesale Club on Frank Avenue Northwest in May.
A Malibu Avenue Northwest woman, 28, was charged with menacing for allegedly threatening bodily harm to another resident after forcibly opening the victim’s door Sept. 15.
A Clifton Court Circle Northwest woman, 34, was arrested on a domestic violence warrant Sept. 17 for allegedly grabbing and scratching the neck of the father of her child.
A Sandava Avenue Northwest man, 28, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 19 after he allegedly punched his girlfriend in the back.
A Louisville woman, 36, of Lesh Road, was arrested Sept. 22 on a warrant alleging forgery.
A Plymouth Street Northwest man told police Sept. 13 that he received a $2,450 cashier’s check with false information as a secret shopper. He learned the check was fake after depositing it and wiring $1,028 twice to Madrid, Spain.
A Jackson Township woman told police Sept. 18 that someone used her debit-card number to make $521 in illegal charges.
A woman used a credit account for the Workshop Inc. of Medina MRDD to purchase $582 in merchandise without permission.
Someone broke into a vehicle Sept. 15 on Walter Street Northwest and stole a hammer drill and other tools, total value $3,330. The vehicle belonged to Wright Heating and Cooling of North Water Street in Kent.
A Canton man, 43, of Cleveland Avenue Northwest, was arrested Sept. 18 on warrants alleging felony domestic violence and criminal trespassing.
A Circle Hill Road Northeast woman, 42, was arrested Sept. 21 on a felony theft warrant.
A painting valued at $1,200 was reported stolen Sept. 14 from a West Maple Street home.
A Magnolia Circle Southeast man told police Sept. 2 that someone stole his debit card and made $8,872 in purchases.
An Amsel Avenue Northeast woman, 35, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 20 after she allegedly hit her ex-husband in the face at her apartment.
A flat-screen TV, laptop computer and GPS unit, total value $1,080, were reported stolen Sept. 22 from a Zircon Street Northeast home.
Breaking and entering
A cash register with $150 was reported stolen Sept. 24 from Highway 21, 18575 Edwards Road, Chippewa Township.
A 1994 Ford reported stolen from a Chippewa Township woman, 70, was recovered Sept. 25 by the Ohio Highway Patrol at Grill and Calaboone roads. The car had crashed into a tree.
Someone wrote a check for $350 on a closed account Sept. 21 for a rifle at an auction on Kidron Road in Sugar Creek Township.
A 1993 Toyota pickup truck was reported stolen Sept. 22 from the yard of a home in the 13800 block of Gearhart Road in Congress Township.
A trailer valued at $500 was reported stolen Sept. 23 outside a garage in the 15200 block of Hametown Road in Chippewa Township.
Motors and transmissions worth $5,350 were reported taken Sept. 23 from a yard in the 11000 block of Stratton Road in Congress Township.
Jewelry, a television and a camera, total value $4,815, were reported stolen Sept. 20 from a home in the 3000 block of Shreve Road in Wooster Township.
Someone broke into three homes Sept. 22, two in the 4200 block of Hunters Chase and one in the 4400 block. Residents reported that their doors were damaged and drawers were ransacked, but nothing was taken.
A Columbus man, 21, was found Sept. 23 with brass knuckles in the parking lot of a school at Beall Avenue and Stibbs Street.
A Wooster woman, 29, reported Sept. 25 that Percocet tablets were taken from her home in the 2300 block of Long Road.
A license plate valued at $70 was reported stolen Sept. 12 from a motorcycle in the 600 block of Greenwood Boulevard.
A generator valued at $2,000 was reported taken Sept. 23 from the porch of a home in the 400 block of North Market Street.
An iPod and a wallet with $60 were reported stolen Sept. 23 from a car in the 100 block of West Larwill Street.
Violation of protection order
A Wooster woman, 26, told police Sept. 22 that she received a phone call from a woman associated with her former boyfriend in violation of a protection order.