Three people were arrested on felony drug charges at an East Turkeyfoot Lake Road motel Sept. 18. A Massillon woman, 34, was charged with two counts of trafficking in drugs and one count of possession. Deputies reported finding individual packages of marijuana in her car along with a box of syringes and a digital scale. A Canton man, 30, and a Barberton man, 30, were both charged with two counts of possession of drugs and one count of trafficking in cocaine. All three were booked into the Summit County Jail. A fourth suspect, a 26-year-old Canton man was charged with two misdemeanor counts of possession and released with a court summons.

A Greenfield Road woman reported someone made unauthorized charges on her credit card totaling $387.34.

An Aldis Drive man, 36, was arrested at his home Sept. 18 on a warrant charging him with domestic violence. He was transported to the Summit County Jail and booked.

A four-wheeler without a battery was reported stolen Sept. 17 from a yard in the 4500 block of Massillon Road. The vehicle was valued at $1,000. On the same day, a Yamaha four-wheeler was reported taken from a garage in the 1300 block of Koons Road. The vehicle was later found abandoned on Massillon Road where deputies said it was struck by another vehicle.

Deputies arrested a 45-year-old Akron woman during a traffic stop on South Arlington Road after discovering she had a warrant in Cuyahoga County for a probation violation. She was taken to the Summit County Jail to await extradition.

A Pickle Road man, 35, was charged with two felony counts of drug possession Sept. 15 after he was allegedly found with Percocet and oxycodone pills without a prescription. According to reports, the man was arrested on South Arlington Road for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. Shortly after, he was seen with a flashlight looking for something in a brush. Officers called back to the scene asked the man what he was looking for. He said he was looking for a hubcap, although one was seen next to his car. Further investigation determined the man had returned to the scene to retrieve some pills he had tossed out prior to his OVI arrest.

A Barberton man, 25, was charged with theft Sept. 15 after deputies said he left an Arlington Ridge department store with more than $100 worth of merchandise without paying. He was issued a court summons and released.

A Norton man, 54, was charged Sept. 14 with receiving stolen property, a fifth-degree felony. Deputies said he was found driving with a stolen license plate during a traffic stop on South Arlington Road. He was arrested and transported to the Summit County Jail.

On Sept. 13, deputies responded to a domestic dispute at a Mayfair Road apartment complex. While conducting a welfare check inside an apartment, officers observed a man hiding under a bed. When a female resident was asked if anyone besides herself was there, she reportedly denied the man’s presence. The man was arrested on a warrant for a probation violation and charged with criminal trespass for having been previously banned from the location. The female resident was charged with obstruction for lying to the officers.

A 17-year-old boy was charged Sept. 13 with prohibitions and delinquency. Deputies said he was found sitting in a car in a Cottage Grove Road park after hours with a bottle of whiskey by his side.

A Harley Davidson Electra Glide motorcycle, valued at $5,000, was reported stolen from outside a bar on Town Park Boulevard Sept. 12.

A California man, 22, and a Colorado man, 22, were charged Sept. 12 with soliciting without a permit. Deputies responded to complaints the two were going door-to-door in a neighborhood on Stoney Creek Drive.


On Sept. 19, a Cove Boulevard man reported someone took a hatchet from his back porch and used it to break into his garage. A bowling ball worth $100 was the only item reported taken.

On the same day, deputies arrested two Akron men on charges of breaking and entering, possession of criminal tools and criminal trespass. An officer found the men inside a resident’s garage on Caldwell Drive and radioed for backup. The men fled when they noticed the officer but were apprehended a short time later.

On Sept. 18, a Hummel Drive woman reported her ex-boyfriend was driving up and down her street despite a court order banning him from the area. Deputies located the Barberton man and arrested him for violation of a protection order.

Five bags of mulch, a large planter and a hanging basket were among the items reported stolen from a State Street nursery Sept. 18. Total loss was estimated at $150.

A Grupe Avenue woman told deputies Sept. 18 that someone used her identity to open a credit card account.  Fraudulent charges on the account were over $600.

An employee at a Manchester Road paint store called deputies Sept. 18 after he found a counterfeit bill in his cash drawer after nearly giving it to a customer as change. He didn’t know if the bill came from the bank or a customer. Police confiscated the bill as evidence.

A Chaffin Road man called deputies Sept. 17 after he spotted an unknown woman in his backyard drinking from bottles of ice tea that he had on a table. Deputies said they found the 35-year-old woman in possession of other items belonging to the man. She was charged with two counts of theft and released with a court summons.

A Legan Court woman, 29, was arrested Sept. 16 for felony domestic violence and resisting arrest. Deputies said she repeatedly scratched, bit and punched her boyfriend during an altercation at the home. During her arrest, deputies said she pulled away from them while being handcuffed. She was charged with a felony because of a previous conviction.

Deputies issued an assault warrant Sept. 14 for a 49-year-old Barberton man. Deputies said he lured a Copley man to a Manchester Road bar and then assaulted him by repeatedly punching him in the head and face. The man fled before officers arrived.

A stereo head unit, a phone charger and an auxiliary card, total value $283, were reported stolen Sept. 13 from an unlocked car on Markey Street.


A Dailey Road man reported Sept. 15 that someone used his debit card number to purchase a laptop computer on eBay and had it shipped to his home.

A Manchester Road man reported $520 was stolen from his home sometime between 4:30 p.m. Sept. 12 and 6 p.m. Sept. 14. He believes his son took the money. Police were investigating.

A Rex Lake Road woman told police Sept. 13 that an unknown woman used her department store credit card to buy several dresses online for a total of $634.72. The dresses were shipped to an address in Mentor, she said. She later discovered that two of the dresses were returned to a store in Beechwood and that the amount, $446.17, was credited to her account.

A Kruger Avenue woman, 66, was charged Sept. 13 with domestic violence/threats. Police said she made a threat to kill her daughter during an argument over food. She reportedly admitted making the threat and repeated it to an officer.

A West Caston Road man reported Sept. 11 that someone used his debit card number to make a purchase online for $89.


An Akron man reported his car’s catalytic converter was stolen while he was inside a South Arlington Road department store Sept. 18. Police were reviewing security video to identify possible suspects in a dark-colored Chevy pickup that was seen backed up to the man’s car.

An Edwards Drive man reported Sept. 18 that someone smashed the driver’s window on his pickup truck, causing about $100 in damage. Nothing was reported taken.

On Sept. 17, police recovered a 2003 Pontiac Aztec from a hotel parking lot on South Arlington Road. The vehicle had been reported stolen in Akron. Police were alerted the driver of the vehicle was seen in the area but were unable to locate him.

A Virginia woman reported her wallet was stolen from her vehicle while she was dining at a South Arlington Road restaurant Sept. 17. The wallet contained several bank cards and credit cards.

Police are looking for two suspects who reportedly stole $133 from a video machine at an East Waterloo Road bowling alley on Sept. 16

An Akron man, 19, of Stull Avenue, was arrested Sept. 14 on a felony theft charge. Police said the man stole parts off several vehicles at a Kennedy Road business on Aug. 22. The parts were reportedly found in the man’s pickup truck. A license plate also reported stolen from a vehicle around the same time was determined to be from a separate incident.

A regional manager of a Canton Road fast food restaurant told police Sept. 13 that a man called saying her employees were stealing from nightly deposits and that federal marshals were going to "bust in" within minutes. The manager determined the call was a scam after the man related certain facts about the company that were not true. The man has made similar calls to other restaurants in the chain, according to corporate officials.


An Akron man, 36, of Chester Avenue, was charged Sept. 17 with domestic violence. An Elizabeth Avenue woman called police after the man, who is the father of her children, became verbally abusive after she told him she did not want him on her property. During the ensuing argument, the man threw a child’s booster seat at her, she said, that missed her and hit the garage door.

An Akron woman, 38, of Seward Street, was charged with disorderly conduct Sept. 13 after police found her lying face down in a ditch on Third Street. EMS responded to administer two doses of Narcan to the woman, who was unconscious and breathing faintly, according to the report. After being revived, the woman refused to be taken to a hospital and was released to a friend. Shortly after, the two friends got into an argument and police were called. The Akron woman then admitted that she had smoked an unknown substance the night before and slept in the woods after being thrown out of her house. She was later picked by her father at the police station and taken home.