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The Suburbanite
  • Jackson police blotter for June 26

  • 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 statio...
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  • - Police are looking for the person or persons responsible for a series of gas station robberies reported June 17-18. In each of the reports, a white male came into the store during the late evening or early morning hours and brandished a handgun at the clerk, demanding money from the cash register. Two of the incidents occurred at a Portage Street gas station, where police said the robber returned the next day. Another incident was reported at an Everhard Road gas station. In each case, the suspect fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.
    - 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.
    - On June 20, a Casper Drive man reported someone broke out the rear passenger side window on his car during the overnight hours.
    - A Canton woman, 22, of Roslyn Avenue SW, was charged June 20 with complicity to commit theft. Police said she dropped off a woman at a Dressler Road department store and waited in the parking lot while the woman stole some items from inside. A loss prevention officer observed the woman shoplifting several items and followed her out in the parking lot.  He was able to grab the items from the woman before she got into the Canton woman's car and the two drove off. The Canton woman returned to the store a short time later and was charged.
    - On June 19, a Shipslanding Avenue man reported tools valued at $483 were taken from his garage within the past two weeks.
    - A Canton man, 21, of Third Street NE, was charged June 19 with domestic violence. He is accused of throwing his brother to the ground during an argument outside a Belden Village Street restaurant. The brother suffered an injury to his right elbow.
    - A Canton man, 30, of Corrine Drive NW, was booked into the Stark County Jail June 19 on charges of disorderly conduct, obstructing official business and vandalism. Police said the man became combative after being placed in back of a cruiser while officers were trying to reach his family because of his intoxicated state. He reportedly pushed an officer and attempted to kick him. After a brief scuffle, he was placed under arrest and taken to the station, where police said he caused damage in the booking area.
    - Police responded to three other incidents on June 19. A North Canton woman said someone used her personal information to file a fraudulent tax return. On Waterford Avenue, a resident requested extra patrols in his area after someone threw eggs at his home and car. A Cambridge Avenue man told police he believes his son took his credit card sometime last month and used it several times without his permission.
    Page 2 of 2 - - While investigating a one-car crash in the 5300 block of Wales Avenue June 18, police found the driver, a 29-year-old Canton man, in possession of two pipes with residue, a grinder and a small amount of marijuana. He was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and released with a summons.
    - Also on June 18, a Riviera Avenue man told police that someone used his credit card to buy a swimming pool from a local business.
    - A refrigerator valued at $1,000 was reported stolen June 17 from an unoccupied house on Peyton Street NW. The owner believes the former tenants took the property. On the same day, a Bricker Avenue man reported the rear license plate stolen from his SUV.
    - A 29-year-old Canal Fulton man was charged June 16 with disorderly conduct by intoxication. Police said he was found sleeping outside a Wales Avenue gas station in an area where he could have been run over.
    - An Akron woman said her wallet was stolen from her car while she was inside the Belden Village Mall June 16. The wallet contained a military ID, $60 and a broken iPhone.
    - A Canton woman, 19, of Lisbon Street, was charged with theft June 15 after she allegedly concealed merchandise at an Everhard Road store and left without paying.
    - A pair of sunglasses valued at $250 was taken June 15 from a car in the 7500 block of Galena Avenue NW in Canal Fulton.