Richard W. Remmy Jr., 52, of Barberton, was arrested Friday by the Summit County Sheriff's Office in connection to the May 16 robbery of the PNC Bank located at 3379 Manchester Road in Coventry Township.
A male suspect is currently being sought by the Summit County Sheriff's Office for the robbery of the PNC Bank location at 3379 Manchester Road on Thursday afternoon.
Authorties discovered three labs in New Franklin and Green over the weekend.
Shawn E. Ford Jr., 18, of Akron, appeared by video for his arraignment Wednesday afternoon before Barberton Municipal Court Judge Christine Croce and entered a technical not guilty plea. Ford was represented by Akron attorney Jonathan Sinn.
Police arrested a 60-year-old Township man they believe sexually abused a child “on numerous occasions” dating back to 2003.
A $2 million bond was set today for the 18-year-old Akron man accused of murdering a New Franklin couple with a sledgehammer.
Shawn Eric Ford Jr., an 18-year-old Akron man, was charged Thursday in the murders of New Franklin couple Jeffrey and Margaret Schobert.
Akron-based health care attorney Jeffrey Schobert, 56, and his wife, Margaret “Peg” Schobert, 59, were found dead Tuesday in the master bedroom of their Rex Lake Drive home on Portage Lakes, New Franklin Police reported.
Arch Bishop Hoban will hold vigil at 3 p.m. today in memory of New Franklin couple found dead Tuesday.
A 48-year-old Springfield Township man was arrested by Summit County Sheriff officers on March 25 and charged with impersonating a police officer, a misdemeanor according to court records.
Danielle Hoover, 29, of Coventry Township has been charged with two counts of involuntary manslaughter and two counts of tampering with evidence and corrupting another with drugs.
The FirstMerit bank at 2720 Arlington Road S. in Coventry Township was robbed Tuesday morning, but a suspect was captured later in the day after a chase by police.
After a short standoff with police, the suspect surrendered without further incident.
A Uniontown woman was charged Wednesday in connection with an Aug. 5 robbery at Giant Eagle in Macedonia.
Domestic violence charges were filed against a Nettlecreek Avenue couple June 24. The woman, 26, is accused of punching her boyfriend several times in the face, giving him a bloody lip and a swollen right eye. The man, 41, is accused of threatening to put a gun in the woman’s mouth, telling her he would kill her before she had a chance to call police. Both were booked into the Stark County Jail.
A Plaza Court woman, 25, was held in the Summit County Jail June 14 on charges of aggravated burglary, assault and endangering children. Police said she broke into a home on Crestline Drive, struck a resident there and then attempted to grab a 3-year-old boy out of his father's arms.
On Feb. 23, the Summit County Sheriff’s Office conducted search warrants at three Akron businesses with the assistance of the Ohio Investigative Unit. Sheriff’s Office officials executed search warrants at the A-1 Market located at 2331 East Avenue, the Kenmore Sunrise Market located at 1303 Kenmore Boulevard, and at the A-1 Wireless and Fashion located at 1020 South Arlington Road. The searches were in connection with an investigation into the sale of counterfeit clothing, shoes, and handbags.
A 59-year-old Akron man was charged with disorderly conduct by intoxication June 21 after he was found lying on the curb in the 4400 block of Belden Village Street. He was taken to an area hospital for an evaluation. The man was arrested for the same offense on June 15 after he was found heavily intoxicated at a gas station on Wales Avenue. In that incident, police said his blood alcohol content registered .349, more than three times the legal limit.
A Buckingham Circle NW woman, 55, was booked into Stark County Jail June 12 on a domestic violence charge. She is accused of punching and scratching her daughter and pulling a chunk of hair out of her head during an argument over clothing.
At approximately 7:30 p.m. June 16, a Summit County Sheriff’s Deputy responded to a residence on Lake Vista Road in Coventry Township in regards to trash from a suspected meth lab. The homeowner came home from vacation to find the trash left by the house sitter. The homeowner then contacted the Sheriff’s Office. The trash located at the residence was the waste product of three “one pot” meth labs.