Deputies issued a warrant July 24 for a 38-year-old Cleveland woman charging her with violation of a protection order. Deputies said she used a third-party to try to set up a meeting with a Green woman protected by a court order.
A Clinton man, an employee of a business in Green, reported July 24 that someone used his company credit card information to pay for an RV rental at a location in Copley Township. The payment plus insurance totaled $3,654. The man said he had the credit card in his possession and believes someone may have duplicated it.
An Akron man, 30, was booked into the Summit County Jail July 24 on a domestic violence charge. Deputies accused him of physically assaulting his girlfriend while they were arguing in a hotel lobby on Interstate Parkway.
On July 22, a Maineville man reported someone entered his car parked on Chadwick Drive and stole a pair of Ralph Lauren eyeglasses, three gift cards and a cellphone charger, total value $720.
An East Comet Road man, 45, was charged July 22 with domestic violence. Deputies said he assaulted the mother of his children at the home two days before. Deputies took pictures of the woman’s injuries.
A Mayfair Road woman told deputies July 22 that a package containing $23 in items was stolen from her front door.
On July 20, deputies were called to the Ohio National Guard facility on Airport Drive about a highly intoxicated man becoming argumentative with another man. Officials at the site told officers the incident would be handled internally.
A Sawgrass Drive man, 23, was charged July 19 with theft and criminal trespass. Deputies said he loaded scrap steel on a trailer at a South Arlington Road location and left the trailer parked there. The owner of the property called deputies after spotting the trailer.
Tools and equipment worth more than $1,400 were reported stolen July 19 from two construction trailers at a worksite on Greensburg Road.
A Medina man, 50, was arrested on a felony theft charge July 19. Deputies said he failed to return a box van he rented from a Fortuna Drive leasing business. The man and vehicle were located on Shenandoah Boulevard in Barberton.
Thieves broke into a construction trailer parked at a worksite on Moore Road July 18 and stole tools and equipment valued at $3,650.
An Akron man, 33, was charged with theft July 18 after he allegedly walked out of an Arlington Ridge department store with a $380 TV without paying. He was issued a court summons and released.
On July 24, a State Mill Road man reported someone entered his home through a garage man door and stole a flat-screen TV worth $300.
Deputies responded to a burglar alarm at a Portage Lakes Drive convenience store July 23. Officers arrived to find the front glass door had been shattered. A large chunk of concrete was found on a counter inside the store. No entry was apparently made. Security video showed a white male wearing a plaid shirt, dark ball cap and light-colored shorts walking by the store and throwing an object through the window. The man was then seen fleeing eastbound on Portage Lakes Drive.
Deputies made two warrant arrests on July 22. An Akron man, 37, was taken into custody on a warrant for breaking and entering, a fifth-degree felony. Deputies discovered the warrant during a traffic stop on Interstate 77 in which the man was a passenger. A Doylestown man, 38, was arrested on a Wayne County warrant for failure to appear on a theft charge. Deputies also charged him with driving under suspension following a stop on Portage Lakes Drive.
On July 20, deputies responded to several reports of a man looking into vehicles in a store parking lot on Manchester Road. Officers located the man shortly after and found he had no identification on him. The man said he accidentally locked his key inside his vehicle and that his wallet with his ID was also inside. A deputy forced opened the vehicle, but no key or wallet belonging to the man was found. Deputies traced the vehicle’s registered owner to another man but were unable to contact him at the time. After determining the suspect’s identity, deputies found he had a warrant in Portage County. However, authorities there did not want to pick him up. The man was charged with driving under suspension and the vehicle was towed until the registered owner could be contacted.
A Lakota Avenue woman, 38, was charged July 20 with assault. Deputies said she punched a Painsville woman in the face at a local bar after accusing the woman of flirting with her boyfriend.
Two Akron men, 39 and 42, were charged with theft July 19 after they were accused of stealing $62 in clothing at a Manchester Road discount store. The 39-year-old was turned over to Barberton police on a warrant for drug charges. The other man was released with a court summons.
Four mesh lawn chairs and a table, total value $250, were reported stolen July 17 from the outside patio of a Swartz Road business.
A Rheam Road man, 41, was booked into the Summit County Jail July 23 on a charge of aggravated trafficking in drugs, a fourth-degree felony. While conducting a parole compliance check at the man’s home July 18, authorities reportedly found methamphetamine in his possession, along with other controlled substances and drug paraphernalia. Court records show the man has previous convictions for felony assault and illegal assembly of chemicals to manufacture drugs.
An Akron man, 41, was arrested on a warrant and charged with driving under a suspension following a traffic stop on Center Road July 20. He was issued a citation for the traffic violation and taken to Barberton City Jail on the warrant.
On July 19, a Manchester Road woman told police she sold a power washer to a man she learned about through a friend. She said the man gave her $50 of the $150 price they agreed upon, but she hasn’t received any more money to date. She said she was unable to contact the man or her friend. Police later contacted the woman’s friend, who said she bought the power washer from her landlord for $90. The landlord confirmed the friend’s statement, and said the Manchester Road woman never owned the power washer.
A New Franklin woman was transported to a local hospital for an evaluation July 19 after police said she cut her arm with a razor blade in an attempt to harm herself.
A Delhi Drive woman, 52, was charged July 19 with two counts of having animals at large. A neighbor told police the woman’s two pit bulls came on to her property, destroyed her rabbit cage and killed one of her rabbits. The neighbor provided police a photo of the woman’s dogs on her property.
A Kellar Road woman told police July 19 that someone used her personal information to obtain prescriptions from different pharmacies in the area without her permission. Police were investigating.
A Bronco Drive resident called police July 18 after he found a man sleeping under his deck. The man told officers he was attempting to walk home when he got tired and needed to sleep. Police found the man had a warrant out on him in Massillon. He was arrested and turned to police in that jurisdiction.
An Akron woman, 44, was arrested on a felony drug possession charge July 17 after police reported finding methamphetamine in her purse during a traffic stop on Swigart Road. Police initially stopped the car for no front license plate. The male driver was cited for the missing plate and given a warning the rear plate had expired.
A Ritzmanor Drive woman told police July 25 that someone used her debit card information to withdraw $400 from her account at an ATM in Akron.
An Akron woman, 18, was charged with underage alcohol consumption July 25 after police said she was found drinking beer at a Laverne Lane home.
On July 24, an employee at a Chenoweth Road storage company reported a Magnolia man rented a van on July 18 but failed to return it on the due date. The employee attempted to call the man but found his phone number was no longer in service, and an attempt to run his credit card was declined. Police entered the van into a national database for stolen vehicles.
A Mogadore woman, 39, was charged July 24 with assault. Police responding to a fight at a Seneca Avenue home reported finding the woman on top of another woman, hitting her repeatedly.
Police arrested a 27-year-old Akron man on a felony warrant July 24 after stopping him for a loud exhaust on Krumroy Road. He was turned over to Barberton police.
An Akron woman, 21, was charged with theft July 23 after police said she was caught trying to leave a South Arlington Road store with $275 worth of merchandise without paying. A day before at the store, a 36-year-old Akron woman was charged for allegedly stealing $189 in clothing and makeup. Police noted the woman had $40 and credit cards on her at the time.
On July 22, a Rhoadesdale Avenue woman reported someone pulled six plants out of her yard while she and her husband were away.
A Barberton man, 31, was charged with theft July 21 at a South Arlington Road department store. Police said he rang up several packets of Kool-Aid at a self-checkout, and then placed other items into the bag without ringing them up. The unpaid items included packages of underwear, socks and a pair of sandals.
A Mogadore woman told police July 21 that her son’s medications were not delivered to her new address on Norwich Avenue. She contacted the Post Office and was told the medications were delivered to her old address on Portage Line Road. She contacted the new homeowners there and they said they had not seen the medications.
Police investigated thefts from a home and vehicle on Oriole Avenue July 20. Two lawn chairs, two flashlights and a cellphone with accessories were reported stolen from the home. A tool bag with tools, an air compressor and tow straps were taken from a vehicle.
A 15-year-old boy was booked into the Summit County Juvenile Detention Center July 20 on a domestic violence charge. Police said the boy became upset with his mother after she took away his marijuana pipe. He ripped the device out of her hand, she said, and when she took out her phone to record the incident, he grabbed the phone and pushed her.
On July 30, a West Maple Street business owner reported someone filled his private dumpster with old furniture and other debris.
A 28-year-old Waynesburg man was arrested July 20 for passing a bad check at a W. Maple Street car dealership. Police said he wrote a check in the amount of $3,168.38 to pay for a transmission, knowing the account was closed. He faces charges of forgery and theft by deception.