On Sept. 3, police responded to a burglary-in-progress call at a Brunnerdale Avenue home. A resident told police she confronted a male intruder after he broke in through a basement door. When she told him to leave and that she was calling police, the man apologized and left. A short time later, the suspect reportedly flagged down a patrol officer and admitted he had been at the home. He said he thought it was a friend’s house. Police arrested the 30-year-old for felony trespass.
Police are looking for a woman who stole more than $400 worth of merchandise from a Strip Avenue Northwest store on Sept. 3. The stolen items included two rugs, four Yankee candles and a coffee maker.
An Alliance man, 30, was arrested and booked on a domestic violence charge Sept. 3. Police said he punched his wife in the mouth during an argument at a Dressler Road hotel. The woman was found bleeding from a cut lip .
An Ashmoor Avenue man reported Sept. 3 that someone threw a socket through a second-floor window of his home, causing about $200 in damage. He also said the unknown suspect pulled the cover off his hot tub in the backyard.
An Alliance man, 51, was charged Sept. 3 with disorderly conduct. Several family members told police the man refused rides home from them after becoming highly intoxicated. They said he jumped out of their vehicles as they were pulling out of a parking lot on Dressler Road, putting him and others in jeopardy.
A Copley woman reported her keys were stolen after she accidentally left them in a restroom at a Whipple Avenue fitness center Sept. 3.
A Louisville man, 48, was charged Sept. 2 with disorderly conduct. Police were dispatched to West Boulevard after a resident reported seeing the man screaming outside her home. At around the same time, a Pinedrive Circle man reported seeing the man on his back deck, pounding on the door. Officers located the man shortly after. He told them he had taken bath salts and methamphetamine and was running away from strange people.
On Aug. 31, a Grayson Green Circle man told police he received a collection notice from a casino in Maryland stating he owed debts on accounts that he never opened.
Jewelry and $638, total value $1,128, were reported stolen Aug. 31 during the burglary of a home in the 5500 block of Comanche Avenue Northwest.
Jewelry was reported taken from an Elmer Drive home after someone broke in through the front door. The stolen items included a $6,000 wedding ring set.
A Canton woman, 40, was charged with disorderly conduct Aug. 31 after she reportedly became confrontational with employees at a Tim Avenue business and refused to leave. Officers detected a strong odor of alcohol on the woman. A breathalyzer registered her blood alcohol content over three times the legal limit, a report said. She was arrested and transported to the Stark County Jail.
Police and EMS responded to an apparent drug overdose at a Sunset Strip Avenue social club Aug. 31. A woman was found unresponsive in a restroom and taken to a local hospital. Three hypodermic needles, one filled with suspected heroin, were retrieved from the scene.
A Massillon woman reported a woman she did not know struck her in the head multiple times during an argument at an Everhard Road restaurant on Aug. 30. The suspect had left before officers arrived.
Stereo speakers valued at $850 were reported stolen Aug. 30 from a sport utility vehicle in the 6800 block of William Tell Avenue Northwest.
A Foxhaven Drive woman became suspicious after she received a check in the mail that was for much more than what she was asking in an ad she had posted on Craigslist. She was asking for a $300 deposit from a potential roommate and received a check, purportedly from a Pennsylvania couple, for $3,350.83. A letter included with the check instructed the woman to text the sender after she deposited the check into her bank account. The woman did not deposit or attempt to cash the check and instead notified police.
Three Akron women in their early 20s were charged with theft Aug. 29 after they were accused of leaving a Dressler Road department store with more than $400 in merchandise without paying. They were each issued a court summons and released.
Police were called to a Whipple Avenue credit union Aug. 29 after a woman reportedly tried to cash a stolen check using a fake ID. The suspect had left before officers arrived.
A Supreme Street business owner told police Aug. 29 that someone gained access to his credit card account and charged $538 in purchases at a home improvement store in Richland, TX.
A North Canton woman reported two prescriptions written by a doctor in Beachwood were missing from her car after her mother took the vehicle to a Frank Road auto shop to have a flat tire repaired.