Police Department records

Cuyahoga Falls


A man, 22, and a woman, 25, were charged with possession of drug paraphernalia Jan. 19, and a companion, 21, was charged with having a weapon under disability, trafficking in heroin and possession of drugs.

A boy, 12, was charged with theft Jan. 16 after he asked a 13th Street man, 68, if he could borrow his cellphone but then ran away with it.


An Akron man told police Jan. 18 he was assaulted in the 2600 block of Oakwood Drive by someone who stole his prescription medication.


A Wichert Drive woman, 43, told police Jan. 22 that a man responding to her Craigslist resume did not seem legitimate. When she questioned him, he grew angry and threatened her.

Indecent exposure

A man told police Jan. 21 that a juvenile fondled himself and exposed himself to children Jan. 21 in a shower of the YMCA, 544 Broad Blvd.

Cruelty to animals

A Ruth Avenue woman told police Jan. 22 that someone poisoned her 6-month-old kitten.


Two laptop computers were stolen Jan. 20 from a home in the 100 block of Madison Avenue.

Copper pipe was stolen Jan. 16 from a home in the 2400 block of Second Street.


An Alameda Avenue man told police Jan. 20 that someone stole his checks, forged them and cashed them for $1,000.

A wallet was stolen Jan. 21 from a storage bin at the Cuyahoga Falls Natatorium. A credit card later was used to make $35 in illegal purchases.

A $1,000 automatic washer extractor was stolen Jan. 17 from outside Highland Cleaners, 2970 Sixth St.