• Police arrested a North Canton girl, 13, stemming from an incident at a North Main Street location. The suspect was charged with misdemeanor assault and released to the custody of a guardian with a signed promise to appear in court.

• A Grimes Avenue woman, 85, reported that an unknown suspect stole her wallet, with credit cards inside, after she accidentally left it at a local shopping center. An investigation is pending.

• Officers responded to a possible domestic violence call from a North Main Street residence. Upon arriving, the officers spoke with both parties, who reported no violence and said they had a verbal dispute over getting to work on time, but no threats were made.

• An Orion Street girl, 14, reported that a known suspect assaulted her, striking her in the face multiple times. After an investigation, the suspect was arrested and charged with assault.

• A Canton woman, 33, was arrested on an outstanding warrant on a driving violation. After being taken into custody, the suspect was turned over to a sheriff’s deputy.

• Police were called to an Applegrove Street residence for a report of a vehicle stuck in the yard. The driver told police he was traveling along the road and attempted to go around vehicles parked on the road with their hazard lights on and thought he was on the road when he drove off of it and onto a driveway, with his vehicle getting stuck while trying to get back on the road. The vehicle was towed and the driver and homeowner made arrangements to have the damage to the yard repaired.

• A Mantua woman, 40, reported that a known suspect assaulted her at a residence in North Canton. After speaking with the victim and suspect, police arrested the suspect and charged him with aggravated assault.

• Officers were dispatched to a Woodrow Street residence for a report of a suicidal individual. Upon arriving, they spoke with an boy who told them that a classmate had threatened to come to his home and harm him, causing the boy to tell police he would harm himself if that happened. Emergency personnel arrived to transport the boy to a medical facility for evaluation.

• A North Canton man, 47, was arrested near the intersection of Applegrove Street and Marquardt Avenue on an outstanding warrant from Jackson Township. The suspect was taken into custody and turned over to a Jackson officer.

• Police arrested a Lipton Avenue woman, 42, on an outstanding warrant for contempt of court in Macedonia. The suspect was taken into custody and turned over to a Macedonia police officer.

• Officers responded to a call from a North Canton man who told them his juvenile son was alone in a home belonging to the man’s father and had taken an unknown quantity of pills and was laying face down on a couch. Emergency personnel transported the boy to a local medical facility for treatment.

• A Canton man, 26, was arrested on an outstanding warrant from Stark County. The suspect was taken into custody at a Cleveland Avenue location and turned over to a sheriff’s deputy.

• A manager at a North Main Street business reported that a suspect activated and stole a gift card without paying for it. The suspect, an employee, was arrested and charged with misdemeanor theft.

• A Pershing Avenue man, 23, reported that a suspect came to his door and used a firearm to threaten him. The victim told police an individual knocked on his door and demanded that he come outside. He reported that the he believed the suspect had a gun, but did not actually see the gun. An investigation is pending.

• Police arrested a Cleveland man, 19, as an East Maple Street location on a charge of possession of drugs. The suspect was also determined to have an outstanding warrant and was booked into the Stark County Jail.