• Police arrested a Sunset Boulevard girl, 15, at a Bachtel Street location on a charge of unruly juvenile offenses by being habitually disobedient. The suspect was booked into the Faircrest Attention Center and lately released to her parents with a signed promise to appear in court.

• A Knoll Street SE boy, 13, was arrested and charged with two misdemeanors, including aggravated menacing, for allegedly harassing another person by phone. The suspect was taken into custody and later released to his mother with a signed promise to appear in court.

• A Holl Road NE woman, 66, reported that a known person took money from her and failed to render the services promised for payment. The woman paid $950 for the services, but did not receive them and a warrant was issued for the suspect’s arrest.

• A New England Drive man, 31, was arrested at a Market Avenue location on charges of disorderly conduct while intoxicated causing risk of harm and having an open container of liquor in a stationary motor vehicle. The suspect was booked into the Stark County Jail.

• A Leatherwood Street man, 25, reported that an unknown suspect stole items from his unlocked vehicle while it was parked at his residence. The victim reported the theft of a wallet, cash and a driver’s license, with a combined value of $88. An investigation is pending.

• A Pershing Avenue woman, 35, reported that a suspect stole multiple packages that were delivered to her home. The packages were left on the front porch and were taken after delivery. The estimated total value of the items was $222.17 and an investigation is pending.

• Police arrested an Ivydale Road man, 34 at an East Maple Street location on a charge of disorderly conduct while intoxicated, causing annoyance or alarm. The suspect was taken into custody and booked into the Stark County Jail.

• Officers responded to a call from a Rose Lane Street man who did not want his brother to leave his residence while in an impaired  state. Police told the brother he would not be permitted to walk home due to his condition and although the man was upset, his brother’s girlfriend agreed to drive him home. However, the man decided to stay at his brother’s residence for the night.

• A Canton man was arrested at an Everhard Road location on multiple misdemeanor charges, including possession of drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and failure to maintain working headlights on his vehicle. The suspect was taken into custody and booked into the Stark County Jail.

• Police arrested a Uniontown woman, 24, at a North Main Street location on misdemeanor charges of possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia. The suspect was issued a summons to appear in Canton Municipal Court and released at the scene. 

• A Chatham Avenue woman, 71, reported that an unknown person forced entry into her resident and stole cash and other valuables from inside. The victim reported the theft of three pieces of jewelry and currency with a total value of $10,043 and an investigation is pending.

• Police arrested a Massillon man, 43, at a Beechwood Avenue location on a charge of disorderly conduct. The suspect was taken into custody on an outstanding warrant from Harrison County and authorities there were notified of his booking.

• A Louisville man was arrested during a traffic stop near Everhard Road and charged with possession of drugs, operating under a suspended license, failure to wear a seat bet and failure to maintain two working taillights. The suspect was originally pulled over for traffic violations and was determined to have drugs in the vehicle. He was taken into custody and booked into the Stark County Jail.

• A Werstler Avenue man was arrested and charged with endangering children. The suspect left a 2-year-old child alone at his home and was taken into custody and booked into the Stark County Jail. 

• A Canton man, 35, was arrested during a traffic stop on Everhard Road and taken into custody on an outstanding warrant from Jackson Township. The suspect was later turned over to a Jackson Police Department officer.