On Aug. 1, the manager of an apartment building on Sara Drive reported tenants’ cash and checks were stolen from a rental deposit box.

A laptop computer, three USB storage devices and a hard drive, total value $1,080, were reported stolen Aug. 1 from two vehicles parked at a Timbercreek Circle home. Deputies responded to several other reports of thefts from vehicles on the same day. A speaker valued at $250 was reported taken from a sport utility vehicle on Discovery Road. On Gray Fox Drive, a resident reported $20 and a USB charger were taken from his car. Over $200 worth of items were reported stolen from a vehicle on Creekview Circle.

A Castlegate Boulevard woman reported someone threw a rock through her kitchen window Aug. 1.

Someone broke into a mobile home at a South Main Street marina Aug. 1 and stole a flat-screen TV worth $300.

On July 31, deputies were called to investigate a domestic dispute on Castlegate Boulevard. Officers found a man in the driveway and noticed his hand was bleeding. He told them he got into an argument with his father and smashed a TV remote against a tree. Paramedics were called to treat the man. The father said he and his son were arguing about his drug use. Deputies learned the man had parked his car on Hunter Hills Drive. They checked it and found several drug pipes inside along with a substance identified as marijuana wax. The 18-year-old man was charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia and released with a court summons.

Candy valued at $304 was reported stolen July 31 from a concession stand at the Green Bulldogs Youth football field on Wise Road.

Deputies issued a theft warrant July 31 for 22-year-old Sara Drive man. Deputies said he was identified on surveillance video leaving an Interstate Parkway home improvement store with three power tools without paying. Total value of the items was listed at $317.

A 27-year-old Akron man stopped while riding his bike on Heron’s Way July 31 was arrested on a warrant for aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony. He was transported to the Summit County Jail.

An Akron man, 25, was booked on a domestic violence charge July 30. His mother told deputies he came to her Massillon Road home with a baseball bat and smashed her TV. He then pushed her around, she said, causing her injuries. The man fled before officers arrived. He was located at his home a short time later and arrested.

An Akron man, 25, was charged July 30 with felony disrupting public services and unlawful restraint. Deputies said he prevented a Mayfair Road woman from leaving her apartment and threw her cell phone near a dumpster when she tried to call for help. He was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.

A Clinton man reported his golf bag with clubs and other items was stolen while he was sitting outside the clubhouse at a Chenoweth Road golf course July 29.

Three counterfeit $20 bills were used to pay for purchases at an East Turkeyfoot Lake Road gas station between July 26 and 29.

A Provens Drive man, 39, was arrested on a felony theft charge July 29. Deputies stopped the man on Golden Wood Way after determining he was driving with a license plate registered to another car. He reportedly admitted stealing the plate from a car at a salvage yard. He also was found driving under numerous suspensions.

While investigating a domestic dispute at a Mayfair Road apartment July 29, deputies arrested a 38-year-old Akron man on a warrant for grand theft. He was transported to the Summit County Jail.

A Springfield Township man, 26, was arrested on a felony drug possession charge July 29 during a traffic stop on South Arlington Road. Deputies found the man was wanted on a warrant in Springfield for violating a protection order. During a search of his car, deputies said they found methamphetamine.

An Akron woman reported her cell phone and wallet were stolen while she was working at a construction site on Burgess Drive July 28.

A home in the 2800 block of Massillon Road was broken into July 28. Tools, electronics, jewelry and $880 were reported taken.

A Molly Drive man, 27, was charged July 28 with disorderly conduct. Deputies said he was riding his bicycle while intoxicated and almost got struck by a car while crossing State Route 619.

On July 27, a spokesperson at an Executive Drive business told deputies someone gained access to the company’s bank account and removed $5,500.

Deputies are looking for a bald white male with tattoos on his neck who reportedly stole 10 cartons of cigarettes from a Massillon Road gas station on July 27.

A 2010 Toyota Camry was reported stolen July 27 from a garage in the 3900 block of Walnut Wood Way.

An Orange Wood Way woman reported someone entered her sport utility vehicle July 26-27 and stole a Social Security card, adoption papers, various gift cards and a checkbook. On the same day, a Spyglass Way woman reported a garage door opener and personal checks were taken from two vehicles at her home.

A Christman Road woman told deputies a man left a message on her Facebook page saying he would sell his young child to her for $50 or drop him off at a fire station. She filed a report July 26 because she was concerned about the child. She does not know the man, she said.


On July 29, a property owner told deputies he went to his rental home on Winthrop Drive after evicting the tenants and found the sliding glass door and two bay windows broken. Damage was estimated at $2,100.

On July 28, a Robinson Avenue woman told deputies someone has been tampering with her mail since last February.

A Littledale Drive man, 32, was booked into the Summit County Jail July 28 on charges of domestic menacing, disorderly conduct, obstructing official business and resisting arrest. His mother told deputies the man lunged at her as if he was going to hit her. Deputies found the man intoxicated. During his arrest, the man refused to be handcuffed and fought with officers, a report said. A deputy was injured during the incident and treated at a local hospital.

An Akron woman was allegedly caught stealing $7.67 worth of items at a Manchester Road supermarket on July 28. Deputies discovered she was wanted on two warrants, one on a felony charge. She was arrested and transported to the Summit County Jail.

A Massillon woman, 49, was arrested at a Manchester Road motel July 28 on a warrant for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. She was booked into the Summit County Jail.

A Mogadore man, 33, was charged July 26 with menacing by stalking. The man’s ex-girlfriend told deputies she saw the man by her current boyfriend’s car and believed he was placing tracking devices on the vehicle. Deputies stopped the man shortly after and found several tracking devices in his car.


On July 29, a W. Comet Road woman told police she heard vehicles driving on her property overnight and the next morning found a license plate on the ground. Police traced the plate to a male neighbor and advised him he was being placed on a no-trespass list for driving on the woman’s property.

On July 28, a Kepler Road woman reported sometime between 11:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. a projectile from a firearm went through a double-paned window in her bedroom. The projectile was found on the ledge between the two panes of glass. The woman told police no immediate neighbors had been shooting recently that she knew of.

Police issued a warrant July 27 for a local woman accused of telecommunications harassment. A Fairwood Road man told police the woman has been calling him repeatedly after being told not to contact him anymore. The woman was convicted recently for the same offense, a report said.

A Renninger Road man reported his car was stolen from his driveway July 27. Police recovered the vehicle later the same day.

On July 26, a man flagged down a patrol officer and asked for a ride to a local gas station after his car ran out of gas. The officer ran a background check on the man and found he had a warrant on file in Norton. He was arrested and turned over to the Norton Police Department.

A Manchester Road man told police he was awakened by two male voices and the sound of nails being pulled out of wood. The next morning he found his wooden planter completely destroyed.

A North 5th Avenue woman told police someone called posing as her grandson and said he needed money to get out of jail. She purchased $4,000 in pre-paid credit cards and sent out half the amount before realizing the call was a scam. She was able to cancel the cards and receive a reimbursement on the money she sent.

A Delhi Drive man called police July 25 to report that his ex-wife continues to call him despite a protective court order. She called while an officer was taking the report at the man’s home, but hung up when the office took the call. The officer later left the woman a message informing her she had to turn herself in for violating a protection order.

A Cherry Lane man, 48, was booked into the Summit County Jail July 25 on a charge of felony domestic violence. His live-in girlfriend told police the man punched her in the head, pushed her down the steps and said he was going to kill her. Paramedics took the woman to a local hospital for an injury. The man was arrested on a felony due to a previous conviction for the same offense.


On Aug. 1, police were called to a Canton Road gas station about an intoxicated man in the parking lot. Officers charged the 60-year-old man with disorderly conduct and drove him home.

A weed trimmer, a saw and a paint sprayer, total value $1,050, were reported stolen July 31 during the burglary of a Ewart Road home.

Police issued an assault warrant July 30 for a 30-year-old Spencer man. Police said he punched his girlfriend in the head, then threw her to the floor and choked her during an altercation at a South Arlington Road hotel. When the woman tried to leave, the man blocked the door and started punching and choking her again, police said.

An Indiana truck driver reported two loading ramps valued at $2,100 were stolen from his truck while he was at a South Arlington Road hotel July 28.

Two East Waterloo Road men, ages 38 and 63, were charged July 28 with disorderly conduct by fighting. Police said the two were yelling and threatening each other outside their trailer park. The older man accused the younger man of allowing his dog to run loose and enter his trailer. The younger man accused the older man of entering his car without permission.

Two Akron boys, ages 14 and 16, were charged with theft July 28 after they were accused of stealing cell phone accessories from a South Arlington Road department store.

A homemade wooden trailer valued at $400 was reported stolen July 27 from outside a home in the 2400 block of Bridgeport Drive.


On July 31, police were called to a Canton Road discount store after a white male between the ages of 25 and 40 fled with a tote filled with items without paying. Police were trying to identify the man through security video.

A Copley woman, 20, was charged with domestic violence July 20 after she was accused of hitting her boyfriend on the head and face during an altercation at a Front Street home. She was issued a court summons and released.


A Mogadore Avenue man told police he was scammed out of $5,750 after responding to a call from someone who said he was due a large sum of money from a class action suit. He said the person called almost every day asking for more money in order to have the funds released. The man sent multiple moneygrams to an unknown person in Florida before realizing the call was a scam.

An Apache Street woman reported someone used her credit card information for unauthorized charges totaling nearly $500.


A Lookout Circle man, 37, was charged July 17 with possession of narcotics and possession of drug abuse instruments. Police said they found the man passed out in his car at a W. Maple Street gas station. During a search of the vehicle, police reportedly found suspected methamphetamine, three glass pipes and orange pills.

An Xbox and controller belonging to the YMCA on King Church Avenue were reported stolen July 17.