A Dave Drive woman, 59, was jailed on a charge of domestic violence June 5 after being accused of waking her husband up after returning home and punching him several times in the face, a sheriff’s report said. 

An Akron man, 60, was charged June 5 with theft, criminal trespass and possession of drug paraphernalia. Deputies said he left an Arlington Ridge department store with merchandise he failed to pay for. He had been banned from the store for a previous offense. While in custody, he was found in possession of a crack pipe.

A Wadsworth woman, 37, was charged with theft June 5 after she was accused of leaving a Corporate Woods Parkway supermarket with several items without paying. She was turned over to the New Franklin Police Department after deputies discovered she had a warrant for felony theft on file in that jurisdiction.

On June 4, a Tamarisk Circle man told deputies someone made four fraudulent withdrawals on his bank account totaling $43,628.12. The case was being investigated.

An Akron man reported someone smashed the windshield and sliced two tires on his car while it was parked at a South Main Street bar June 4. On the same day, a Massillon Road woman reported finding a rear window broken on her sport utility vehicle parked outside her home.

A Canton man, 37, was charged June 4 with domestic violence and criminal damaging. Deputies said he pushed his ex-wife against the front door of her South Arlington Road home after becoming upset because her boyfriend was there. Before leaving, he kicked the door, damaging the frame, deputies said.

Deputies issued a warrant June 3 for a 33-year-old Akron man charging him with criminal trespass. Deputies said he was captured on surveillance video inside a Corporate Woods Parkway supermarket after having been banned from the store and all sister stores because of prior shoplifting incidents.

An 83-year-old Uniontown man was charged with theft June 3 after he was accused of not paying for $102 worth of groceries at a self checkout on Massillon Road. The incident was captured on the store’s security video.

Deputies arrested a 30-year-old homeless woman on a felony warrant as she was getting off a flight at the Akron-Canton Airport June 2. She was transported to the Summit County Jail and booked.

An East Cleveland woman, 55, was charged June 2 with passing bad checks. Deputies said she deposited a $942 check at a South Arlington Road bank that was later discovered written on an account that had been closed since last November. Deputies said they found another check for $984 in her vehicle.

A welder and two cutting torches were reported stolen June 2 from a garage at a home in the 3300 block of Molly Drive. The value of the items was not available.

A Berna Road woman reported June 1 that someone smashed the rear window on her pickup truck parked in the driveway. The vehicle was packed and secured with items but nothing was taken.

A man and a woman, both of Akron, were arrested following a shoplifting incident at a Corporate Woods Parkway supermarket June 1. Deputies said the man walked out of the store with a cartful of groceries without paying. He got into a car driven by the woman. Deputies stopped the couple a short time later and reportedly found the merchandise inside the vehicle. The man was charged with theft, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of drug abuse instruments. The woman was charged with complicity to commit theft and driving with an expired registration.

A Starview Drive man, 25, was charged with menacing May 31 after deputies said he threatened a man with bodily harm for being with his girlfriend. He was issued a court summons and released.

Deputies were called to investigate a burglary at an East Nimisla Road apartment May 25. The victim told officers someone broke in through an upstairs window and believed her landlord’s ladder was used in the crime. Cash, jewelry, shoes, and other items, total value $1,920, were reported taken.

A North Canton man, 24, was charged with assault May 25 after he was accused of choking a woman on a balcony at a Massillon Road apartment building. He was turned over to Akron police on a warrant for obstructing official business.


A Green man, 38, was charged with theft June 3 after he was accused of stealing two hydrocodone pills from a Clinton man while they were mowing lawns on Denman Drive. He was issued a court summons and released.

Deputies issued a warrant June 2 for a 26-year-old Loma Drive man charging him with domestic violence. Deputies said he grabbed his mother by the wrist and threw her to the ground, then fled the home.


A Hampsher Road man reported items were stolen from his shed sometime between May 30 and June 1.

On May 31, a Brookwood Drive man told police a man named Daniel Clark, from an online computer company, charged him $300 to fix viruses on his computer. However, the work was not completed, he said, and his computer still had viruses. Police tried contacting Daniel Clark and the company but could find no listings for either one.

On the same day, a Swigart Road woman was reportedly scammed out of a $100 after she paid an upfront fee for a loan she applied for online. She later discovered the company was fraudulent.

Police issued a BOLO alert May 30 for a male juvenile who was reported missing from his home. Later on the same day, the boy was located by Summit County sheriff’s deputies on Steese Road in Green. He was taken to Akron Children’s Hospital for an evaluation after reportedly making suicidal threats.

A W. Nimisila Road man reported May 29 that someone broke into his unattached garage and stole several items.

On May 28, police responded to a theft at a W. Nimisila Road convenience store. A clerk said a white male with no teeth used a counterfeit $100 bill to buy a 3-pack of beer worth $3.20. The man was handed $96.80 in change and then left.

Staff at a local hospital contacted police May 27 about a man who was severely injured during an assault outside a W. Turkeyfoot Lake Road bar. The man’s son told police he was in the parking lot with his father and girlfriend when a man came up to them and started making vulgar comments to his girlfriend. When his father told the man to leave them alone, the man struck him and his father in the face with a beer bottle. The father suffered a severe cut to his left eye and was taken to the hospital. The son sustained only minor facial injuries.


On June 6, an Akron man told police he had an argument with a man at a Massillon Road hotel and then later found man had taken his 2012 Honda Civic. Police entered the car into a national database for stolen vehicles.

A 23-year-old Akron woman was arrested on South Arlington Road June 6 on a felony warrant for a probation violation. She was turned over to Summit County sheriff’s deputies.

Police issued a warrant June 4 for a 30-year-old Northfield man charging him with abusing harmful intoxicants. Police responded to a call of a man huffing inside a restroom at a South Arlington Road store. Officers found the man inside a stall with four empty spray cans. He was mumbling and drooling, according to the report, and was transported to a hospital for treatment.

A Uniontown woman reported she was robbed of her purse outside a South Arlington Road store June 3. She told police she was at her car when a man came from behind her at demanded her purse. He then grabbed it off her shoulder and fled. The purse contained $160, credit cards, an $825 money order and several other items.

A Ewart Road man told police he returned home June 2 to find the basement door had been kicked open. More than $1,700 worth of property was reported stolen, including two generators, a computer, two pairs of footwear and a chainsaw. Two push lawnmowers and an exercise bike were later recovered.

A Grace Road man, 36, was charged June 2 with domestic violence. The mother of his child told police the man knocked her against a car and raised his fist at her during an argument. The man was arrested and transported to the Summit County Jail.

On May 31, police found a man stumbling in a wooded area behind a South Arlington Road motel. He told police he ate something bad and was throwing up maggots. The man was unable walk or stand normally, according to the report. His employer came out and told police the man took some kind of drug but didn’t know what it was. EMS responded and transported the man to an area hospital.

A travel trailer belonging to an Akron man was reported broken into at a Chenoweth Road storage facility May 31.  A 40-inch TV, a radio and bedding, total value $1,449, were taken.