• Police arrested a North Canton boy, 17, at a 6th Street location on a charge of possession of drugs and a charge of domestic violence knowingly causing belief or imminent physical harm. The suspect was taken to a local medical facility for treatment and was later arrested and issued a summons to appear in court.

• A Pierce Avenue man, 31, was arrested on an outstanding warrant from Stark County on a charge of obstruction. The suspect was taken into custody and turned over to a sheriff’s deputy.

• Officers responded to a call from an Eastbury Street residence regarding an adult male who was unresponsive and not breathing. Upon examination by medics, the man was determined to have passed away from natural causes. Arrangements were made to transport the body to a funeral home.

• A Fair Oaks Avenue girl, 16, was arrested at a West Park Road residence on misdemeanor charges of possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia. The suspect was issued a summons to appear in court and released to her mother.

• Officers responded to a call from an Applegrove Street NW residence regarding an individual who had been drinking and was attempting to leave the residence by driving a white SUV. Police spoke to a man and woman who said they had both been drinking and had engaged in a verbal dispute. The female was found to be inside the vehicle in the passenger seat with the keys in her purse. Both parties agreed that no threats had been made and agreed to return to their residence.

• Police arrested A 7th Street NW boy, 17, on a misdemeanor charge of possession of drugs. The suspect was taken into custody, issued a summons to appear in court and released to his mother.

• Officers responded to a call from a South Main Street residence regarding an individual who had been drinking, taken an undetermined amount of pills and injured himself in an apparent suicide attempt. Police made contact with the individual, who admitted taking 40 to 50 pills and drinking, along with observing cuts on the individual’s arms.

• Police were called to a 7th Street residence for a report of a vehicle that was on fire. Officers blocked off traffic while firefighters dealt with the car. The driver reported having his clutch and power steering fail and then seeing flames coming from the passenger side of the car, at which point he called 911.

• A Canton man, 27, was arrested at an East Maple Street location on a charge of misdemeanor assault. The suspect was taken into custody and booked into the Stark County Jail.

• Officers responded to a call regarding a domestic dispute at an Edgewood Street residence. A female, 40, said her boyfriend came home about 5 a.m. and a dispute about their relationship. During the dispute, the woman’s daughter called police. After speaking with police, both parties agreed that no violence or threats occurred and the man agreed to leave the residence.

• A Uniontown woman, 22, was arrested on an outstanding warrant from Stark County on a charge of failure to appear in court regarding a charge of operating a vehicle while impaired. The suspect was taken into custody and turned over to a sheriff’s deputy.

• Police were called to a Cornell Avenue residence by a man who went to check on his neighbor after not hearing from her. The man saw his neighbor on the floor inside her residence, motioning for help. When police arrived, the woman told them to enter the home by whatever means possible and after breaking open the back door through a pane of glass, officers entered the home and medics were called to the scene to treat the woman, who was later transported to a local medical facility.

• A Portage Street NW man, 22, was arrested near the intersection of Portage Street and Reed Avenue and charge with possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of drugs. The suspect was issued a summons to appear in court and released to his girlfriend.

• A Sheraton Drive woman, 31, reported that a known suspect forcefully threw her dog to the ground, causing injuries to the animal. However, the victim refused to cooperate with police and no charges were filed.

• Police were called to a Hower Street residence in regard to an individual making possible suicidal threats. The individual had reported posted the threat on social media and after speaking with the individual, who told police she did post the video but intended it as a joke, police found the bottle of pills used in the video and determined them to be melatonin. The individual was advised of the consequences of posting such videos and officers apprised the individual’s mother about the situation.