A Hunter Hills Drive man, 22, was charged Aug. 6 with domestic violence. Deputies said he grabbed his sister by the wrists and then smacked her in the face. He was booked into the Summit County Jail.
A North Olmsted woman, 22, was charged Aug. 6 with menacing. Deputies said she left a voicemail on an Everbright Drive woman’s phone that said: "I will punch you in the face next time I see you. "
A 26-year-old Canton woman was arrested at her workplace on Lauby Road April 5 on a felony warrant charging a probation violation. She was transported to the Summit County Jail and booked.
An April Drive woman, 36, was charged with an animal control violation Aug. 5 after her dog got loose and entered a neighbor’s yard and attacked his dog, a report said.
A Raber Road man told deputies Aug. 4 that someone attempted to use his credit card number to purchase items online and have them shipped to an address in Pennsylvania.
Someone throwing rocks broke a window at a Glen Eagles Boulevard business Aug. 4.
On Aug. 3, a South Main Street woman reported someone broke into her trailer by prying open the rear door. Two hardback books and a pouch containing $1,000 were taken.
An Akron man, 27, was arrested Aug. 3 on felony counts of possession of drugs and receiving stolen property. Deputies stopped the man on Massillon Road for driving a car with a stolen license plate. During a search, narcotics were reportedly found in the driver’s side door.
Five residents on Berna Road reported electronics and other items were stolen from their vehicles on Aug. 3. Similar thefts were reported the same day on Laura Lane, Town Park Boulevard and Dewalt Drive. Golf clubs, electronics and cash were reported taken in those incidents. Also, a "smash and grab" theft was reported the same evening in a bar parking lot on Massillon Road. An Akron woman said someone busted a window on her car and stole a $1,500 laptop computer.
A woman said she was walking her dog on Bobwhite Trail when a Dalmatian ran up to her and knocked her down. The Dalmatian then attacked her dog, causing serious injuries. She took her dog to a veterinarian for treatment. The Dalmatian’s owner arrived at the vet’s and paid the woman’s bill and no charges were filed.
On Aug. 2, a spokesperson for a Dunstone Circle company told deputies that over the past 21 months someone made multiple unauthorized charges on the business bank account totaling more than $235,000.
An Akron man, 54, was charged with theft Aug. 2 after he allegedly left an Arlington Ridge department store with a shopping cart filled with Red Bull drinks without paying. He was issued a court summons and released.
A 2008 Chevrolet Impala valued at $8,000 was reported stolen Aug. 2 from a business parking lot on Town Park Boulevard. Deputies entered the car into a national database for stolen vehicles.
Someone broke into a Koons Road home Aug. 2 by removing a window screen. A cell phone was the only item reported taken.
On Aug. 1, a Pitcher Plant Circle man told deputies someone used his identity in 2015 to open a PayPal account. He only recently learned about the fraud after receiving a notice from the Internal Revenue Service indicating $30,000 in taxes was owed on the account.
A Cottage Grove Road woman, 47, was arrested July 27 on charges of aggravated vehicular assault, a second-degree felony, driving under the influence and driving under suspension. Deputies said she was overdosing on carfentanil when her car crossed the center line on East Turkeyfoot Lake Road and crashed into a car driven by a Premae Drive woman. The Premae Drive woman suffered serious injuries. Both women were transported to local hospitals.
On Aug. 7, a woman told deputies a man she knows stole $100 from her purse while she was in a restroom at a Manchester Road motel. The man had left before officers arrived and would not answer his phone, deputies said.
A golf cart valued at $3,500 was reported stolen Aug. 7 from a resident’s driveway on E. Warner Road.
A Uniontown man, 41, and an Akron man, 41, were arrested Aug 5 on felony counts of receiving stolen property. Deputies stopped the Uniontown man on Manchester Road after determining he was driving with stolen license plates. During a search of the vehicle, officers found a loaded handgun, which they later discovered had been reported stolen in Georgia. The Uniontown man told them the Akron man asked him to drive the car because he was under suspension. While being questioned, the Akron man reportedly claimed ownership of the gun. The Uniontown man was additionally charged with improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle and driving with fictitious plates. Both men were booked into the Summit County Jail.
A 32-inch television and a gym bag were reported stolen Aug. 5 from two vehicles parked at an Althena Street home. A window was smashed to gain entry to one of the vehicles; the other was unlocked.
During a traffic stop on Manchester Road Aug. 4, an Akron man was arrested on a warrant for possession of drug abuse instruments. He was turned over to Akron police.
An officer patrolling Tippecanoe Drive stopped a man for riding a dirt bike in the street. A computer check revealed the man was wanted on two felony warrants, for forgery and theft from the elderly. He was arrested and taken to the Summit County Jail.
On Aug. 2, an elderly Pace Avenue man reported $280 was stolen from his home. He believes the suspect is a woman he knows but couldn’t identify her at the time of the report.
On Aug. 5, police called to do a welfare check at a State Road home found a woman there with a warrant out of Wayne County. She was arrested and turned over to authorities in that jurisdiction.
A 62-year-old New Franklin man was arrested Aug. 2 on charges of breaking and entering and violation of a protection order. Police said he broke into a garage at his ex-wife’s Ventura Boulevard home and moved several items out of place, including a riding mower that was moved to a shed on the north side of the yard. He also put a note and other items on the woman’s car window, police said.
On Aug. 1, a W. Nimisila Road resident told police he found caution tape and bags of dirt on his driveway, miniature pine trees covered with silly string on his front porch, and plastic utensils stuck in his front yard.
An 18-foot enclosed trailer with tools inside was reported stolen Aug. 1 from a yard in the 6100 block of Manchester Road.
A man said he was walking on Kruger Road Aug. 1 when a large dog ran out and jumped on him. The man sustained several lacerations under his armpit from the attack but did not wish to pursue charges against the dog’s owner. The owner told police the dog knows how to unlatch the front door and run outside.
A Renninger Road man reported finding some personal property damaged in his backyard Aug. 1.
On July 31, a Manchester Road man told police he returned home from the store to find food missing from his refrigerator. As he looked around, he found several other items missing.
On Aug. 8, an Akron man reported his camper trailer was broken into at a storage facility on Killian Road. Two televisions, a mini-refrigerator and a battery were the main items taken. Total loss from damage and stolen property was estimated at $1,375.
On Aug. 7, police received an anonymous tip that someone in the township was trying to sell a motorcycle reported stolen in Kentucky. Police located the motorcycle in a parking lot on Pickle Road and believe the suspects abandoned it just prior to their arrival. They confirmed the license plate had been stolen and belonged to a person on Oakes Drive. The case was still under investigation at the time of the report.
A 1998 Nissan pickup truck was reported stolen Aug. 6 from a back yard in the 2500 block of Short Way.
Someone broke into a vacant home on East Waterloo Road between Aug. 1 and 7 and stole 100 feet of copper pipe.
A Danforth Road man, 30, was charged Aug. 5 with criminal damaging. An Uber driver called to an East Waterloo Road bar told police the man kicked his car door during a fight with another man. Damage was minor.
On Aug. 4, police were called to an East Waterloo Road gas station about a man running around with a syringe in his arm. Officers found the man with the syringe in his hand and apparently under the influence. He reportedly admitted he was "high" on heroin. He was charged with possession of drug abuse instruments and then taken home.
A man and woman on Linnway Drive were charged Aug. 3 with endangering children, possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia. During a search of the couple’s home, police found marijuana, pills and drug abuse items that they said were in easy reach of the couple’s four children.
A North Canton woman told police Aug. 3 that someone used her credit card number to make over $300 in charges at a South Arlington Road department store.
On Aug. 7, a manager at a Canton Road department store reported someone dumped a load of household trash in the store’s dumpster.
A Lakeside Drive man reported finding paint damage and dents on his pickup truck Aug. 6.
On Aug. 2, police responded to a security alarm at a Lakeside Drive home. Officers found a man door to the garage had been forced open. They also found damage on a door off the deck, where they believe someone attempted to break into the home. It was unknown at the time if anything had been taken.
A Uniontown woman, 66, was charged with disorderly conduct by intoxication Aug. 2 after she was found passed out on a bench at a Canton Road shopping plaza.
An Akron man, 42, was charged Aug. 2 with possession of drugs. Police said he was found in possession of marijuana at a rehabilitation home on Michaels Drive.
An Elizabeth Avenue woman told police Aug. 1 that someone used her identity to open a satellite TV account. The network was set up at a home on Beardsley Street in Akron. Charges incurred on the account exceeded $1,500.