Police issued a warrant July 29 for the arrest of an Endinderry Drive man charged with domestic violence. He is accused of shoving his son into a door during an argument with his wife.

On July 28, police responded to a call from a Sunset Strip Avenue motel about a disturbance involving a man with a gun. Officers found no suspects at the scene. However, they did find damage to a room door and an air conditioner unit.

Someone entered an open garage in the 6400 block of Meadow Sweet Ave. on July 28 and stole a purse and wallet from two vehicles parked inside. Police later found the purse close to the scene and returned it to the owner who reported numerous credit cards missing. Another resident in the same block reported a wallet containing credit cards was taken from his vehicle. Also on the same day, a resident in the 6800 block of Thornwood St. NW reported items taken from his vehicle parked in the garage.

An Emerald Cove Avenue man told police July 28 that someone made unauthorized charges on his Verizon account totaling $670.

An 11th Street Northeast woman, 28, was charged July 28 with theft. Police said she was seen putting merchandise in a baby stroller at a mall department store and leaving without paying. Police stopped her in traffic a short time later and found more than $800 worth of stolen items in her car, according to the report. She was arrested and taken to the Stark County Jail.

Someone stole all four wheels and tires off a Toyota Scion minivan parked at a Whipple Avenue car lot July 28. The vehicle was found on cement blocks. The value of the items was not disclosed.

Two women reportedly became aggressive with a store employee and a security officer after they were confronted for shoplifting at the Belden Village Mall July 28. One of the women threatened to punch the employee in the face. While fleeing, they threw merchandise at the security officer, a report said.

A bronze vase valued at $500 was reported stolen July 28 from a gravesite at an Everhard Road cemetery.

A Snowy Owl Circle woman reported July 28 that someone used her credit card information to make several unauthorized purchases.

On July 27, police were called to Belden Village Mall after several witnesses reported seeing a man jumping on cars in the parking lot. The suspect had fled before officers arrived. Damage was reported to the cars’ hoods and trunks.

A 20-year-old Akron man was arrested July 27 on a Jackson Township warrant charging him with criminal simulation, a fifth-degree felony. Akron police discovered the warrant after the man called them to report his car had been stolen.

A Canton woman reported her purse was stolen from her car while she was at a park on South Park Drive July 27.

On July 26, police were called to investigate a theft of drugs at a Higbee Avenue nursing home. A sheet containing 30 oxycodone pills was reported missing. A similar incident was reported the day before at a High Mill Avenue nursing facility, where 14 oxycodone pills could not be accounted for.

A Canton woman reported her wallet was stolen from a locker while she was working out at a Whipple Avenue fitness center July 26.

On July 25, police were called to Andiron Circle to assist the fire department with a woman found unconscious and vomiting in a car. Paramedics removed the woman from the vehicle and found her extremely intoxicated. Police later determined she was an Akron resident under the age of 21 and had been drinking at a local bar. She was charged with underage consumption and released to a relative.

A $100 air compressor, a toolbox with miscellaneous tools and an air hose were reported stolen July 25 after someone broke into a garage in the 4200 block of Wales Ave. NW.

A Canton man, 25, was charged July 25 with theft. Police said he walked out of a Dressler Road department store wearing a new pair of shoes he did not pay for. He was issued a court summons and released.

On July 24, a Lake O’ Springs Avenue woman told police she was standing near her front door when a man in an adjacent apartment opened his door and exposed himself to her.

Police were called to a Mega Street department store on July 24 after security personnel recognized a man from previous shoplifting incidents. Officers determined the man hadn’t stolen anything from the store that day. However, a computer check revealed he had a warrant for an offense in Canton and was released to authorities there.