Deputies were called to investigate a burglary at an East Turkeyfoot Lake Road home Sept. 4. Tools valued at $700 were reported taken. A rear door was kicked in to gain entry.
A Harley Davidson motorcycle valued at $10,000 was reported stolen Sept. 4 from a detached garage at a Tisdale Drive home.
A Max Road man reported a 9mm Ruger handgun was stolen from his home Sept. 4.
An Akron woman, 54, was arrested Sept. 3 on a felony drug possession charge. Deputies said they found methamphetamine in her purse during a traffic stop on South Arlington Road. She also was charged with a misdemeanor for drug paraphernalia after a snort tube was also found.
Two high performance headers valued at $1,200 were reported stolen Sept. 3 from outside the garage of an East Nimisila Road home. The victim told deputies she went out of town for the day and when she returned the headers were gone.
A Cleveland man, 39, was charged with theft Sept. 3 after he was accused of stealing four energy drinks from a Massillon Road discount store. He was arrested on a Portage County warrant for non-support of dependents and released to sheriff’s deputies in that jurisdiction.
On Sept. 2, a Burgess Drive woman reported a package delivered to her home was stolen.
Deputies issued a theft warrant Sept. 2 for a 28-year-old Canton man. He is accused of stealing $280 worth of electronic items from an Arlington Ridge department store. Security personnel identified the man from previous shoplifting incidents at several sister stores in the area.
An employee at an Arlington Ridge East hotel told deputies Sept. 2 that someone backed a vehicle into the retaining wall, causing an estimated $300 in damages.
A 16-year-old Green boy was taken to the Summit County Juvenile Detention Center Sept. 2 after making a series of threats to his mother. During an argument, he reportedly told his mother he’d like to "blow her brains out and stab her 100 times." He also reportedly said he wished she were a man so he could smash her face in.
A North Canton woman, 32, was charged with possession of drug abuse instruments Sept. 1 after deputies reported finding 86 hypodermic needles in her car’s glove box. The discovery was made after deputies found the woman with a man in a car parked behind an Arlington Ridge plaza. The woman said she forgot the needles were in the car.
A Massillon woman, 46, was arrested on two fifth-degree felony counts of possession of drugs Sept. 1 after she was found passed out in her car outside an East Turkeyfoot Lake Road gas station. Deputies reported finding crystal meth and non-prescribed pills in her vehicle.
Deputies issued a theft warrant Sept. 1 for a 30-year-old homeless man accused of stealing a new baby swing from his father’s Greensburg Road home and refusing to return it. The father said his son has a drug problem.
On Aug. 31, a Mayfair Road man reported someone vandalized his garage door by painting the word "Go" on it with blue paint.
A Madora Avenue man reported a credit card was stolen from his unlocked vehicle sometime during the overnight hours of Aug. 31-Sept. 1.
A 75-year-old man stopped on Manchester Road Sept. 4 for a burned out brake light was found driving with a suspended license. It was also determined the license plates on his car belonged to his employer, who is currently living in Florida. The man was cited for the burned out light, driving with fictitious plates and driving under suspension.
A North Bender Avenue man, 42, was booked into the Summit County Jail Sept. 1 on a domestic violence charge. His girlfriend told deputies the man got heavily intoxicated and began arguing with her over a pack of cigarettes. She felt threatened by him, she said, when he began poking his finger in her nose.
A North Turkeyfoot Road woman, 28, was charged Sept. 1 with domestic violence. Her boyfriend said he and the woman were drinking and playing pool in the basement when an argument erupted. The woman pushed him, he said, and then slapped him multiple times. The man suffered a laceration on his left forearm.
On Aug. 31, deputies went to a Lakeway Street home to arrest a 27-year-old man there on a felony warrant. During a routine pat-down, deputies reported finding a loaded syringe in the man’s pocket. The man reportedly admitted the substance in the needle was heroin. He was charged with a fifth-degree count of possession of drugs and taken to jail.
A South Bender Avenue woman, 40, was arrested for domestic violence Aug. 30. She is accused of hitting her boyfriend multiple times, including hitting him in back of the head with a coffee mug. Officers found the man bleeding from a head wound.
A New Franklin boy was booked into the county juvenile detention center Aug. 31 on burglary charges after police said he broke into a Manchester Road home. The homeowner, who was present during the break-in, called for help from a neighbor after discovering her cellphone was missing. Officers found the boy hiding in the basement. He was found with $160, two car keys, a cellphone and a pocketknife, all reportedly taken from the home.
An Akron man, 27, was arrested during a traffic stop on Lynn Drive Aug. 30 after he was found with a warrant out of the State Highway Patrol Office. He was passenger in a vehicle stopped for not having a front license plate.
On Aug. 29, police were called to a home on West Turkeyfoot Lake Road after a man reported his daughter threatened to kill him during an argument. The 25-year-old woman reportedly admitted making the threat. During her arrest, she made a threat of killing herself after getting out of jail and was taken by EMS to a hospital for a psychological evaluation. While officers were still at the home, the man received a phone call from his wife, who said she was going to kill him when she got off work. She repeated the threat to an officer who took the phone. Police contacted authorities in Fairlawn where the woman works. She was arrested shortly after and taken back to New Franklin for processing. Both the woman and her daughter were charged with domestic violence.
A Rex Lake Road woman reported Aug. 29 someone stole the front license plate off her car. The plate number was entered into a national database for stolen license plates.
On Aug. 28, a Map Drive woman reported someone damaged her concrete barrier, possibly with a vehicle. An estimate of the damage was not available.
A 27-year-old Akron man was charged with operating a vehicle while impaired after he was involved in a one-car crash on South Cleveland-Massillon Road Aug. 28. The Clinton Fire Department transported the man to a local hospital for injuries sustained in the accident.
On Sept. 3, police investigated a possible prostitution incident on Arlington Road involving a long-distance truck driver from Minnesota and a 24-year-old Uniontown woman. The charge of prostitution could not be proven and neither party was arrested. However, a background check showed the woman had warrants out of the Akron Police Department, one of them charging her with possession of drug abuse instruments. Akron police declined to pick up the woman. Police found two hypodermic needles in her purse, along with a tourniquet and two doses of Narcan. She was charged with possession of drug abuse instruments and released with a court summons.
A 4-wheeler valued at $500 was reported stolen Sept. 2 from a trailer outside an Albrecht Avenue business.
An Akron man, 21, was arrested on multiple charges Sept. 2 after police were called about his erratic behavior outside an East Waterloo Road restaurant. Officers said the man was swinging his arms and pushing out his chest. He told them he had taken methamphetamine two hours before. He was found in possession of the drug, along with a spoon with residue, a tramadol pill and two fentanyl strips. A computer check also revealed he had a warrant out on him for felony possession of drugs. He was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
A Killian Road man reported two prescription medications were stolen from a work bench in his garage sometime between Aug. 31 and Sept. 2.
An Akron woman, 36, was arrested on theft and drug charges Sept. 1 at a South Arlington Road department store. Police said she left the store without paying for $319 worth of merchandise. During her arrest, she was found in possession of methamphetamine and charged with a fifth-degree felony.
A Kent woman, 48, was charged Sept. 1 with theft and criminal trespass. Police said she left a South Arlington Road department store with a cellphone charger cord concealed in her purse. Police said she broke open the package, set aside the charger and battery, and put the cord in her purse. Records showed she had been banned from the store chain after an incident at a sister store in 2013.
A Laverne Lane man, 26, surrendered to police on Aug. 31 on warrants charging him with disorderly conduct, escape and public indecency. Police said he ran from an officer while being arrested for urinating in a parking lot two weeks before.
An Old Home Road man, 41, was charged Aug. 30 with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, having an open container, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Police were called to Mobile Lane after witnesses reported a car had driven off the road. Officers found the man and vehicle at a nearby gas station. The man was described as heavily intoxicated with red, glassy eyes and slurred speech. He had a bottle of liquor in his hands. Witnesses also told police the man was yelling profanities out of the window of his car. He reportedly became violent with officers during his arrest, and threatened to head-butt an officer.
A Mogadore man, 27, was charged with theft Aug. 30 following an incident at a South Arlington Road department store. Police said he picked up $88 worth of items in the store and returned them to customer service for a store gift card.
A crossbow, six arrows and a scope, total value $960, were reported stolen Aug. 29 from a bedroom closet at a Tritt Drive home.
A Wooster woman, 41, was charged Aug. 31 with possession of drug abuse instruments. Police said they found her in possession of two hypodermic needles during a traffic stop on East Waterloo Road. She was issued a court summons and released.
Police arrested three people in connection with the theft of a 2015 Chevrolet Silverado from a Cleveland Avenue car lot on Aug. 19. Charged with felony counts of breaking and entering and theft were a Barberton man, 32, an Akron man, 36, and an Akron woman, 34. All three were booked into the Summit County Jail.
On Aug. 26, police responded to a call of an unwanted person at an Edison Street flea market. The manager told police a Garfield Heights woman refused to pay the vendor fee and cursed him when he asked her to leave. Police escorted the woman from the premises and advised her not to return or she would be charged with criminal trespass.
A Woodbury Street woman told police Sept. 6 she was scammed out of $7,000 after responding to a bogus computer repair offer. To pay for the repair, she was instructed to purchase seven $1,000 gift cards and call back with the serial numbers. She complied and later realized she had been swindled.
On Sept. 4, a man who has a house for sale on Edwin Street reported someone stole $300 worth of meat from a freezer at the home.
A 17-year-old boy was arrested during a traffic stop on West Maple Street on Sept. 1. Police said they found the boy driving under suspension and in possession of marijuana.