Two flashlights, a multi-tool kit and a knife, total value $290, were reported stolen June 26 from two vehicles parked at an apartment building on Wales Crossing Street Northwest.
An Aramis Street resident told police June 26 that she received a call from a woman who sounded like her daughter, who said she was being held in the basement by her boyfriend. The resident later contacted her daughter who said she had no knowledge of the phone call and had been asleep.
Police responded to several personal property thefts on June 25. A Hadrian Circle man reported someone entered his pickup truck and stole $130. On Waterford Avenue Northwest, a resident said someone entered his vehicle and stole a wallet containing $94, a credit card and driver’s license. A wallet containing $200 and other items was also reported taken from a vehicle on Trillium Boulevard.
A Heatherview Street Northwest woman, 49, was charged with domestic violence June 25 after police said she shoved her live-in partner with both hands during a heated argument at the home. She was booked into the Stark County Jail.
A Canton woman reported someone stole her phone from her back pocket while she was at Dressler Road bar June 25.
An Akron woman, 24, was charged June 25 with theft. She is accused of leaving a mall department store with two pairs of Nike shorts and a Nike top concealed in her clothing and purse. The total value of the merchandise was listed at $43.
A 39-year-old Akron man was arrested June 25 on a warrant for felony vandalism. He was booked into the Stark County Jail.
On June 24, police and EMS responded to a call of an unconscious man at a Woodlawn Avenue Northwest home. The man was transported to an area hospital. His girlfriend told police they were out drinking at a bar and believes someone might have drugged them.
A Barberton man, 21, was charged June 24 with possession of cocaine and trafficking in a controlled substance, both felonies. Police were called to a Dressler Road bar after the man was reportedly spotted smoking a marijuana cigar on the patio. During his arrest, police said they found a plastic bag of marijuana in his back pocket and a plastic bag containing suspected cocaine hidden in his right sock.
A Homeworth, Ohio, woman reported her $900 cell phone was stolen while she was at the Belden Village Mall June 24.
A Portage Street Northwest man, 45, was arrested June 24 on a warrant for passing bad checks. An officer discovered the warrant during a traffic stop near the man’s home.
A Canton man, 30, was arrested June 24 on charges of assaulting a police officer, disorderly conduct, obstructing official business and resisting arrest. A manager at a Hills and Dales Road bar called police to report the man was causing a disturbance while intoxicated. When officers attempted to place him into custody, the man allegedly chest-bumped an officer and struck him in the chest and forearm. Officers took him to the ground at that point. The man refused to cooperate, and went limp while being placed into a cruiser, police said.
On June 23, a Massillon man told police he accidentally left $100 at a self-checkout at a Mega Street department store. When he returned to retrieve the money, it was gone.
A military medallion valued at $250 was reported stolen June 23 from a gravesite at an Everhard Road cemetery.
A Canton man, 42, was charged June 23 with violation of a protection order. Police said he went to the protected person’s workplace on Whipple Avenue while she was there. He was arrested and booked into the Stark County Jail.
A Waterford Avenue Northwest man, 26, was arrested and jailed June 23 on a warrant for forgery, a fifth-degree felony.
A Canton woman reported $100 was stolen from her car while it was parked at a Sunset Strip Avenue motel June 23.
A Canton man, 18, was charged June 23 with theft and underage consumption. Police said he was observed placing bottles of liquor in a backpack at a Whipple Avenue supermarket and leaving without paying for them.
On June 22, police were called to a Portage Street drugstore after a man reportedly tried to make a purchase with a counterfeit $100 bill. The man had left before an officer arrived. When told the bill could not be accepted, the man said he received it from a bank and then paid for his purchases with a credit card, a manager said. Before leaving, he gave the manager his name and phone number and said he would return the bill to the bank.
A man, 35, and a woman, 29, both of New Philadelphia, were charged with theft June 22 after they were allegedly caught stealing over $100 in clothing from a Dressler Road department store. Police found the man had a warrant for failure to appear on a larceny charge.
Someone entered a pickup truck in the 6200 block of Groton Street Northwest June 21 and stole $8,200 and a laptop computer worth $1,800.