• Police arrested a Pineview Avenue girl, 13, at a North Main Street location on a charge of misdemeanor assault, knowingly causing harm to the victim. The suspect was taken into custody and released to a guardian with a signed promise to appear in court.

• A manager at a North Main Street business reported that an employee stole a $50 gift card, did not pay for it and hid the receipt from the transaction to conceal the theft. A warrant was issued for the suspect’s arrest.

• A Northfield Avenue woman, 40, reported that she had received threatening messages from her ex-boyfriend and also claimed that her lawn was turfed by the same individual, who she suspected of then walking around the back of her home. An investigation is pending.

• Police arrested a Canton man, 19, at a Pittsburg Avenue location, on an outstanding warrant for failure to appear in court and possession of marijuana. The suspect was taken into cursory and booked in the the Stark County Jail.

• Officers responded to a call from a Terrace Road residence regarding a juvenile who refused to go to school. The student, who attends North Canton Middle School, told police he did not want to go to school because he was being bullied by another student. The student reported telling school staff members about the bullying, but said nothing had been done to address the issue. The student’s parents were advised to take their son to school and speak with school personnel directly about the issue.

• A Pittsburg Avenue man, 35, was arrested at a North Main Street location on a charge of aggravated assault resulting in serious harm to the victim. The suspect was taken into custody and booked into the Stark County Jail.

• Officers responded to a call for a welfare check on an individual at a Lynbrook Street residence. A woman called asking for a welfare check on her son, of whom her ex-husband has full custody. The woman was unable to reach her son by phone. Police spoke with the father, who advised them of a confrontation with his son, which he said became physical. The son claimed his father grabbed his throat several times and struck him. No marks were observed on the child by police, but all parties involved were advised that a report would be filed and Child Protective Services would be contacted.

• Police arrested an Overridge Avenue man, 19, at a Pittsburg Avenue location on charges of possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia. The suspect was issued a summons to appear in court and released at the scene.

• Police arrested a North Canton boy, 15, at an East Maple Street location on a charge of unruly juvenile offenses by way of being habitually disobedient. The suspect was taken into custody and released to a guardian with a signed promise to appear in court.

• A Canton woman, 28, was arrested at a North Main Street apartment on charges of possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia. The suspect was issued a summons to appear in court and released at the scene.

• Police arrested a North Canton man at a Pittsburg Avenue location on a charge of possession of drugs. The suspect was pulled over for having an outstanding warrant and during the traffic stop, the suspect was determined to be in possession of drugs and was taken into custody and booked into the Stark County Jail.

• An Akron man, 30, was arrested near the intersection of North Main and Orion streets on an outstanding warrant from Barberton. The suspect was taken into custody and turned over to a Barberton Police Department officer.

• Officers received a tip from a juvenile hotline located in the state of New York that a Hoover High School student contacted the hotline expressing a desire to harm themselves. Police spoke with high school staff members and the student, who confirmed the report. The student’s mother was informed that she would need to take the student to a juvenile crisis counselor for evaluation.

• A North Canton teen was arrested and charged with unruly juvenile offenses after leaving a friend’s house without permission and going missing. The suspect is currently in the custody of her grandmother, who reported her missing and told police the girl was habitually unruly.