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The Suburbanite
  • Jackson Police Blotter, May 7

  • A victim in the 6000 block of Portage St. reported an unknown suspect used a debit card to make an online purchase April 29.

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  • A victim in the 6000 block of Portage St. reported an unknown suspect used a debit card to make an online purchase April 29.
    Three tires were slashed while a truck was parked in the 6000 block of Strip Ave. NW. April 28.
    A road rage incident was reported by Jackson Township Police April 29 along the Strip Avenue. A complainant said he was harassed by a suspect while driving in Jackson Township. The suspect made verbal threats of harm and followed the victim until told the police had been called.
    On April 30, unknown suspect(s) entered an unlocked vehicle in the 4800 block of Portage Street and stole a white purse and a black wallet containing currency, credit card, identification and marriage license along with 60 Xanax pills, 14 Lexapro pills, books and make-up.
    On April 29, a driver’s side window was broken on a vehicle parked in the 4700 block of Everhard Road. Person(s) unknown removed was black leather Guess purse, credit cards and personal papers.
    A firearm was stolen from a vehicle parked in the 8300 block of Port Jackson Avenue April 29. The firearm is a HK US Tactical 40 caliber with a total of 36 rounds in a brown bag. The passenger side window was shattered to gain entry into the vehicle.
    Unknown suspect(s) broke out the driver’s side window of a vehicle parked in the 6200 block of Frank Avenue April 28 and stole a black leather Guess purse containing various Visa credit cards, gift card and personal identification. The purse was located in the trunk of the vehicle, out of sight of passers-by.
    On April 27 a wallet was removed from a work bag under a desk in the training room of a Strausser Street business. A debit card from the wallet was used at various locations in the Louisville area.
    An employee attempting to collect a debt was threatened April 26.
    April 26, a complainant said the victim’s vehicle was damaged while parked in the 6100 block of Dressler Road. The damage was a large dent to the rear hatch of the vehicle.
    While golfing in the Lutz Avenue area, a complainant reported someone removed a Seiko men’s watch from a golf bag April 28. The golfer remembered three young males approached him at the 13th tee and one was standing near his golf bag. After golfing, when he went to put his watch on, he realized it was gone.
    A victim reported April 23 that person(s) unknown entered his vehicle while parked in the 4700 block of Mega Street and removed  12-inch subwoofers by Highphonics and Cobal Orion 800-watt amp.
    While conducting an internal audit, the owner of Portage Street restaurant noticed a discrepancy in what a suspect, a former employee, sold in food and what was turned in to the manager.
    Page 2 of 2 - A Chippewa Avenue resident reported she saw a white Malibu with tinted windows pull out of her driveway. She discovered baseball gear was missing from her garage April 23.
    A Garman Street Pilot GPS was reported missing from a vehicle parked in the 700 block of Stuart Street April 27. A vehicle window was broken to gain entry.
    On April 23, a victim reported stereo equipment was stole from a vehicle parked in the 600 block of Leecrest Street. The passenger window was shattered to gain entry.
    On April 29, a North Canton woman, 18, was observed selecting merchandise and placing the items into a large purse at a Dressler Road department store. The defendant passed all points of purchase and exited without paying for the merchandise. The defendant was stopped by a store loss prevention officer. The total amount of items taken was $155.98. The defendant was placed under arrest and charged with one count theft.
    A Canal Fulton woman, 21, was stopped for a traffic violation at the intersection of High Mill Avenue and Fulton Road April 30. The defendant had an active warrant and while conducting an inventory of the car, police discovered a metal pipe with burnt residue on the floor of the vehicle. The defendant said the pipe was used for smoking marijuana. She was arrested and charged on one count of illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia as well as having an active warrant.
    A Lusby, Maryland, man, 20 was booked into Stark County Jail when he was arrested in the 5600 block of Dressler Road April 30. The man could not produce identification and admitted to being 20 years old. Reporting officers could smell an overwhelming odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the defendant’s breath. The defendant was charged with one count underage drinking.
    A Massillon woman, 26, was charged with petty theft after she was observed removing the price tag and security sensor from a pair of sunglasses at a mall department store April 28. The woman was observed placing the sunglasses into a peach purse that was inside the stroller she was pushing. She exited the store and was stopped by security. She was charged with one count petty theft.
    A Girard woman, 20, was observed leaving a mall department store with three pairs of Jessica Simpson sunglasses valued at $150. The defendant concealed two pairs in her purse and removed the sensor tag from the third pair and concealed it in her purse. She exited the store without paying for the merchandise. When confronted, she admitted to the theft. She was charged with one count petty theft.
    A Canton man, 66, was arrested for passing a bad check April 25.