A North Canton man, 31, was charged Jan. 28 with disorderly conduct. Police said they found the man highly intoxicated in the rear parking lot of a Dressler Road bar. He was kicked out of the establishment for yelling at employees and patrons and refusing to stop his turbulent behavior, police said.

A Canton woman, 22, was charged with possession of drugs Jan. 28 after police reported finding a bag of marijuana in her car during a traffic stop at Belden Village Street and Whipple Avenue. She was originally pulled over for driving at night with no headlights.

On Jan. 26, a Hills and Dales Road man reported someone smashed out the driver’s side window on his car, causing an estimated $400 in damage.

A Strausser Street Northwest man, 63, was arrested at his home Jan. 26 on a warrant charging him with workers compensation fraud. He was released to a Stark County sheriff’s deputy.

A North Canton man, 42, was charged with disorderly conduct by intoxication Jan. 26 after police said they found him passed out in a yard in the 4900 block of Everhard Road. He was released to a family member.

On Jan. 25, a South Boulevard woman told police someone obtained her checking account number and used the information to pay a $560 utility bill.

Police arrested two men on warrants while investigating shoplifting complaints at a Dressler Road department store Jan. 25. An Akron man, 25, was transported to the Stark County Jail and a Cuyahoga Falls man, 26, was released to Uniontown police.

While investigating a traffic accident on Belden Village Street Jan. 25, police arrested a 32-year-old Canton woman on a warrant for failure to appear on a disorderly conduct charge. She was turned over to Canton police.

A Bantry Circle Northwest woman was scammed out of $2,850 after she cashed a fraudulent check and wired funds to unknown individuals, according to a Jan. 25 report.

A Sebring man, 43, was charged with theft Jan. 25 at a Portage Street Northwest home improvement store. Police said he took a gravity spray gun off a shelf, placed into a store shopping bag, and then returned it to customer service for a store credit of $53.22.

Jewelry was reported stolen during the burglary of a home in the 700 block of Concord Street Northwest Jan. 24. The value of the property was not disclosed.

Police were told an unidentified woman stole two pairs of shoes from a Dressler Road shoe store on Jan. 24. The loss totaled $120.

A Brewster woman, 20, was charged Jan. 24 with possession of drug paraphernalia. An officer said he smelled marijuana in her car after stopping her for a traffic violation on Everhard Road. A drug pipe was found.

Police responded to a possible child endangering incident outside a Whipple Avenue store on Jan. 24. A witness told police she saw a woman slam a child’s head into a vehicle. The woman and child had left before police arrived.

Police and fire investigators were called to a possible arson fire outside a Fulton Drive bar Jan. 24. A vehicle was found fully engulfed in flames.

On Jan. 23, a Quail Hollow Street man told police his neighbor threatened to shoot him in the head. The matter was being investigated.

A Cleveland man, 49, was arrested Jan. 23 on felony charges of theft, breaking and entering and possession of criminal tools. Police said he removed four tires and wheels from a vehicle parked in a dealership lot on Portage Street Northwest. The stolen items were reportedly found in the bed of his truck during a traffic stop. A four-way lug wrench and blocks of wood were also found, police said.

A Portage Street Northwest man reported a wallet and digital voice recorder were stolen from his apartment Jan. 23. He believes an ex-girlfriend took the items.

A Canton woman, 27, was charged Jan. 23 with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. According to reports, the woman caused a disturbance at an Everhard Road bar after becoming highly intoxicated and refusing to leave. During her arrest, police said she pushed away from being placed into a police cruiser. It took three officers to get her into the vehicle, police said.