A Massillon woman told police Oct. 23 that she accidentally left her wallet on a counter at an Everhard Road business. When she returned 15 minutes later, it was gone.
A Massillon woman, 46, of Quail Hollow Street Northwest, was arrested Oct. 22 on two counts of aggravated menacing, two counts of assault, and one count each of disorderly conduct, obstructing official business and carrying a concealed weapon. Police said the woman physically assaulted and threatened two people at a Groton Street apartment. She also was reportedly found carrying a firearm illegally. During her arrest, officers said she slipped out of her handcuffs and threw them out the window of the police cruiser.
Five residents reported valuables stolen from their unlocked vehicles on Oct. 22. The incidents occurred on Rainier Avenue, Red Oak Circle, Eastlynn Avenue and Pebblestone Avenue. Stolen items included a tablet computer, cell phones, chargers, a pair of boots and a bicycle tire pump.
Police responded to a call on Oct. 22 about a man lying on the ground outside a Dressler Road bar. Officers found the 46-year-old man so intoxicated he could barely stand. He was charged with disorderly conduct and taken to the Stark County Jail for his own protection.
On Oct. 21, a Leecrest Street woman reported someone threw a rock through the rear window of her father’s car while it was parked in the driveway overnight.
Someone broke into a vending machine at a Higbee Avenue residential facility Oct. 21 and stole $25 worth of snacks.
A Canton man reported his phone was stolen while he was at a church on Hills and Dales Road Oct. 21.
On Oct. 20, a Whipple Avenue business owner told police a man has been repeatedly calling her and making sexually explicit comments. She’s told the man multiple times to stop, she said, but he continues to call. Police said extra patrols would be placed in the area.
A Canton man, 34, of Park Avenue Northwest, was arrested Oct. 20 on charges of aggravated possession of drugs and tampering with drugs, both felonies. Police said during a stop on Wales Avenue for suspected drunken driving, they found several controlled substances in the man’s vehicle.
A High Mill Avenue woman reported Oct. 20 that someone used her personal information to open several credit accounts. Fraudulent charges made on the accounts totaled $277.
An Alliance woman, 19, was charged with shoplifting at the Belden Village Male Oct. 20. Police said she was seen taking items off the shelves inside a department store and concealing them in her purse. The recovered merchandise totaled $132.
A Whipple Avenue business owner filed a police report Oct. 20 alleging a person he knows stole $2,436 from him via a fraudulent check. Police were investigating.
A Cleveland woman reported $300 was taken from her unlocked car while she was dining at a Sunset Strip Avenue restaurant Oct. 20.
On Oct. 19, a Dublin Ridge Circle man told police he gave his banking information to a person who called to fix his computer of viruses. He later discovered the person removed $12,000 from his bank account without his consent.
On Oct. 18, police responded to a call of a man and a woman walking in the roadway on Strip Avenue Northwest yelling at passing motorists. Officers caught up with the two at a nearby bus stop and found the man, who was homeless, had an active warrant. He was arrested and released to Stark County Sheriff’s deputies. The woman was not charged.
A Freedom Avenue business owner told police Oct. 18 that an employee has been making unauthorized purchases on the company credit card for over a decade. Police were investigating.
Police were investigating an Oct. 18 report filed by a Fulton Drive store owner who said a man sold him a laptop computer that he later discovered had been stolen from the Alliance School District.
Police were told a man stole a $549 phone from a counter at a Belden Village Street store on Oct. 18.
On Oct. 17, police responded to a security alarm at a home in the 3200 block of Edinburg Avenue Northwest. A rear patio door was found damaged but nothing was reported missing.
A Massillon man, 22, was charged with theft Oct. 17 after he was accused of stealing a T-shirt from a Dressler Road department store. Police said he was seen opening a package of T-shirts and stuffing one of them down his pants.
The landlord of a Kipling Avenue apartment building told police Oct. 17 that someone has been illegally throwing trash into his dumpster for over a month.
A Ford pickup truck with several thousand dollars worth of tools was reported stolen Oct. 16 from the garage of Whipple Avenue paving business.