A Pine Knoll Drive woman reported Oct. 2 that someone used her personal information to withdraw $2,795 from her checking account.
A 46-year-old Mayfield Road man was arrested at a Graybill Road home Oct. 1 on a warrant charging him with non-support of dependents, a fifth-degree felony. He was turned over to sheriff’s deputies in Portage County.
On Sept. 30, an Aultman Road business owner reported someone smashed 10 pumpkins in the parking lot and on the side of his building. Deputies were reviewing surveillance video to identify a suspect.
An Essex Road woman reported Sept. 30 that someone stole four personal checks from her, then forged and cashed them for a total of $2,007. The day before, a Williamsburg Drive woman reported two personal checks were stolen from her home and cashed for $120.
A Raber Road man, 30, was arrested at his home Sept. 29 on a failure to comply warrant, a third-degree felony. He was taken to the Summit County Jail and booked.
While investigating a suspicious person call on Corporate Woods Parkway Sept. 29, a deputy spotted a man fleeing from a nearby motel. The man, later identified as a 29-year-old of Greensburg Road, was located a short time later hiding behind a power box. He was charged with obstructing official business and taken to jail.
An Akron man, 31, and a Clinton woman, 26, were arrested Sept. 28 on felony counts of aggravated trafficking in drugs, aggravated possession of drugs and possession of criminal tools. They also were charged with misdemeanor counts of possession of drug abuse instruments. According to reports, deputies responding to a call of a suspicious vehicle found the two in a broken down van in a hotel parking lot on Arlington Ridge East. The woman was found wanted on a felony warrant for aggravated possession of drugs. During a search of the van, deputies reported finding 3.62 grams of methamphetamine, six hypodermic needles, numerous non-prescribed pills and a digital scale.
A Guinevere Circle man, 35, was arrested at his home Sept. 28 on a warrant for a probation violation, a fifth-degree felony. He was transported to the Summit County Jail and booked.
A manager at a South Arlington Road fast food restaurant told deputies Sept. 28 that a man came in and asked for a free sandwich. When the manager told him no, the man reached across the counter and grabbed four muffins then left without paying.
A Barberton man, 30, was charged Sept. 28 with criminal trespass. Deputies said he was found at a Mayfair Road apartment complex after being warned on a previous occasion to stay off the premises. He was arrested and taken to the Summit County Jail.
A Graybill Road man, 40, was charged Sept. 27 with domestic violence. His girlfriend told deputies the man called her on her cell phone and made threats he was going to kill her. Deputies located the man at a local bar and placed him under arrest.
A Cottage Grove Road woman reported her purse was stolen from her car Sept. 27. She later found the purse in a ditch next door to her. All items were inside the purse except $155, she said.
An Olean Avenue man, 31, was arrested Sept. 27 on a felony drug possession charge. Deputies responding to a call of a suspicious person found the man standing in the middle of the street at Graybill and Mayfair roads. During a subsequent pat down, he was found in possession of methamphetamine, deputies said.
On Oct. 1, a clerk at a South Arlington Road gas station said a man came in and handed her his driver’s license because he said he wasn’t sure how much gas he needed. The man pumped around $27 worth of gas, then got into his car and drove off, leaving behind his driver’s license.
An Akron woman, 28, was charged Sept. 29 with assault, carrying concealed weapons, OVI and open container. Deputies said she punched another woman in the face during an argument outside a Manchester Road fast food restaurant. Officers said they found two knives in her car.
A Chaffin Road woman reported Sept. 29 that a diamond wedding ring set worth $2,300 was stolen from her home. She told police she had a party at the house a couple days before and afterward found the item missing.
On Sept. 28, a Killian Road woman reported a Smith and Wesson pistol was stolen from her unlocked car. On the same day, an Elmo Street man reported a carton of cigarettes and radio were taken from his pickup truck.
A random license plate check on South Arlington Road Sept. 28 resulted in the arrests of two women on active warrants. A Cuyahoga Falls woman, 59, was arrested on a theft warrant and an Akron woman, 52, on a warrant for driving under suspension.
Township fire personnel responded to a vehicle and garage fire on Conlin Drive Sept. 28. A resident said a vehicle caught fire in the garage, causing the garage then to catch on fire. No injuries were reported.
A West Turkeyfoot Lake Road woman told deputies Sept. 27 that someone gained access to her bank account information and made withdrawals totaling $5,000.
A Cuyahoga Falls woman reported her phone was stolen while she was at a South Main Street gas station Sept. 27.
On Sept. 28, police and EMS responded to a possible heroin overdose at a W. Comet Road home. Paramedics revived a man at the scene and then transported him to a local hospital.
On Sept. 25, police responded to a call of cows running loose in the 6500 block of Van Buren Road. The responding officer reported seeing approximately six cows in a resident’s backyard. The cows eventually returned to a farm on Rheam Road, where they originally came from. The 59-year-old owner was cited for an animal control violation and released with a court summons.
A Melton Avenue man reported Sept. 25 that someone entered his unlocked car and took a laptop computer from the front seat.
A 19-year-old Akron man was arrested on multiple drug and traffic charges Sept. 25. Police said the man drove into a yard and crashed into a ditch at Vanderhoof and Manchester roads and then left the scene. An officer stopped the man shortly after in the 5400 block of Manchester Road and determined he was not intoxicated. When asked why he left the scene of an accident, the man reportedly said he did not think it was that bad to stop. The officer noted the man’s car was leaking antifreeze and the entire front bumper was missing. During a search of the vehicle, police reported they found a baggie of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
A W. Nimisila Road man reported a trail camera was stolen from his property Sept. 25.
Police investigated a burglary reported at a Kubler Trail home Oct. 3. The homeowner said she left the house around 3 p.m. and when she returned later that evening, she found numerous items missing from inside the home. Jewelry, electronics and other items were reported taken. Police found no signs of a forced entry; the homeowner said she may have left the back door unlocked.
A Lorain man, 27, was arrested Oct. 2 on warrants charging him with felony theft and passing bad checks. He and three other men were accused of cashing fraudulent checks at a Canton Road liquor store in March. The three other suspects had already been arrested on similar charges, reports said.
A Cayuga Avenue man reported his wallet containing $108 and credit cards was stolen from his car while he was at an Albrecht Avenue home Oct. 2.
On Oct. 1, police were called to a trailer park on Laverne Lane after a report that an intoxicated woman was pounding on the windows of a trailer and yelling at the people inside. Officers found the 43-year-old woman in another trailer, where a resident said she refused to leave. She was arrested on an active warrant, charged with disorderly conduct and transported to the Summit County Jail.
A Massillon man, 42, was arrested Sept. 30 on an active warrant and charged with possession of drug abuse instruments. An officer patrolling High Grove Boulevard found the man loitering in the area and stopped to question him. A computer check revealed the man had a warrant in Portage County for non-support of dependents. During a search subsequent to his arrest, a syringe and spoon were allegedly found in his backpack.
A 33-year-old township man was booked into the Summit County Jail Sept. 30 for violation of a protection order. Police said he was found inside an Oneida Trail home where he had been banned by a court order.
Someone broke into a donation shed outside a Krumroy Road church Sept. 29-30 and stole a trail camera and an unknown amount of clothing.
A North Canton man, 22, was arrested on a felony drug possession charge Sept. 29 after police found him slumped over the steering wheel of his car outside a South Arlington Road department store. The man reportedly admitted he had used heroin that day. Police reported finding the suspected drug in a rolled up piece of paper inside the man’s wallet. Two syringes and a burnt spoon were also allegedly found, for which the man was charged with possession of drug abuse instruments, a misdemeanor.
An Akron man was charged with assaulting a repossession agent in a hotel parking lot on South Arlington Road Sept. 28. Police said he punched the agent three times in the back after he unsuccessfully attempted to drive his car off a tow truck.
A Triplett Boulevard man, 22, a Swinehart Road man, 19, and a Doty Drive man, 28, were arrested on theft and misdemeanor drug charges Sept. 27. Police said they left a South Arlington Road department store with $135 worth of merchandise without paying. During their arrest, the men were found in possession of a hypodermic needle, a meth pipe and a digital scale.