Two video game systems, an iPad and a pair of prescription sunglasses were the main items reported stolen Nov. 18 during a burglary at an East Boulevard home. Total loss was estimated at $2,210.
A North Canton woman reported her phone was stolen after she accidentally left it on a counter at a Mega Street movie theater Nov. 18. She was able to track the phone’s signal to a location near Strip Avenue Northwest. Police were investigating.
A Canton man, 30, was charged Nov. 17 with disorderly conduct. Police said the man got into a fight with a bouncer at a Dressler Road bar after refusing to leave for disruptive behavior. Several other employees tackled the man to the ground and held him until police arrived. The man was arrested and transported to the Stark County Jail.
A Mentor man reported his wallet was stolen while he was at a Dressler Road restaurant Nov. 17. He later discovered two credit cards from inside the wallet were used to charge purchases totaling $451.34.
A Massillon man, 56, was charged with theft Nov. 17 after he was accused of leaving a Whipple Avenue supermarket with a $12 bottle of liquor hidden inside his jacket. He was issued a court summons and released.
A Bermuda Street Northwest woman reported someone stole the temporary license tag off her vehicle while it was parked outside her apartment building Nov. 17.
On Nov. 16, a Casper Drive man told police someone hacked into several of his online accounts and demanded payments. Police were investigating.
Employees at a wireless store on Wales Avenue called police after a man became upset after they told him they couldn’t help him with his email. The man reportedly became hostile, used derogatory language and challenged one employee to a fight. He left the business, but while outside, he grabbed his crotch, offending the employees, a report said.
On Nov. 15, a North Canton woman told police someone used her debit card several times at an ATM on Wales Avenue to withdraw more than $2,600 from her bank account.
A Canton woman reported someone slashed two tires on her car while she was inside a Whipple Avenue doctor’s office Nov. 15. On the same day, another Canton woman reported her purse was stolen from her car while it was parked at a Dressler Road school.
On Nov. 14, an Akron woman told police she was sitting in her car at a Hills and Dales Road business when a man walked up to the driver’s window and exposed his genitals to her.
A Massillon man, 36, of Beatty Street Northwest, was booked into the Stark County Jail Nov. 14 after he allegedly assaulted his mother at their home. The two reportedly got into an argument over who should take out the dogs. Police said the man knocked a drink out of his mother’s hand, then pushed her onto a bed and put his hands on her face and neck while threatening to hurt her.
A Red Fox Drive man told police Nov. 14 that someone used his personal information to obtain a credit card and then used it for an $800 purchase.
A Massillon man, 19, of High Mill Avenue Northwest, was charged Nov. 14 with domestic violence. He is accused of punching and kicking his mother during an argument at their home. He was arrested and booked into the Stark County Jail.
A Coventry Township man, 29, was arrested by Akron police Nov. 14 on a Jackson Township warrant charging him with theft. On the same day, a Warren woman, 19, was arrested on a warrant for the same offense. Both suspects were booked into the Stark County Jail.
A Canton man, 38, was charged with possession of drugs Nov. 14 after police said they found a plastic bag containing several marijuana buds in his car during a traffic stop on Fulton Drive. He was issued a court summons and released.
On Nov. 13, police responded to a call of a woman knocking on residents’ doors in the 3400 block of Malabu Avenue Northwest. Officers found the woman intoxicated and wearing only a T-shirt and pair of jeans despite the cold weather. They also noted she was soaking wet and had leaves in her hair, indicating she had fallen. Police charged the 47-year-old with disorderly conduct by intoxication and released her to her mother.