A 2012 Honda Pilot SUV was reported stolen July 10 from a home in the 2400 block of Island Drive. The value of the vehicle was listed at $25,000.

An East Turkeyfoot Lake Road man, 35, was charged July 9 with domestic violence. His girlfriend told deputies the man pushed her to the ground and wouldn’t let her leave the house. He also punched and kicked holes in the walls, she said.

Deputies were called to a Nine Iron Drive address July 9 after someone reported a highly intoxicated man was attempting to enter an apartment. Officers said the man, later identified as a 27-year-old of Eagle Drive, repeatedly ignored their verbal commands to show his hands, forcing them to use a taser to get him to comply. It was determined the man was trying to get into his apartment but had gone to the wrong one. He was arrested for disorderly conduct by intoxication and taken to jail.

A man, 26, and a woman, 23, both of East Turkeyfoot Lake Road, were charged with domestic violence July 9. Deputies called to the home said they found the two intoxicated and both with visible injuries. EMS responded to treat the couple. Since deputies were unable to determine a primary aggressor, both parties were arrested and transported to the Summit County Jail.

Someone removed the tires and rims from two vans parked in a sales lot at a South Arlington Road car dealership July 8. Total loss was estimated at $1,800.

A Mayfair Road woman said someone attempted to steal the rear license plate from her car after she found it dangling from the holder on July 8.

An Akron man, 36, was charged with theft July 8 after he was accused of stealing two packages of steaks worth $40 from a Massillon Road supermarket. He was issued a court summons and released.

A random license plate check at a Corporate Woods Parkway motel July 8 led to the arrest of a 46-year-old Tallmadge man on a warrant for felony possession of drugs. During a search of his motel room, deputies reportedly found a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. The man was charged with felony possession of drugs and transported to the Summit County Jail.

On July 7, a Berna Road woman told deputies someone used her personal information to open a Verizon account.

A Molly Drive man, 31, was arrested July 7 on a felony warrant for a probation violation. Deputies made the arrest during a traffic stop on State Route 619.

A Mayfair Road woman told deputies July 6 that someone put a substance in her car’s gas tank that damaged the engine. Cost for repairs was estimated at more than $2,000.

Someone broke into an unattached garage in the 3500 block of Raber Terrace July 6. A battery charger, tree trimmer, socket set and Dremel tool were reported stolen. The value of the items was not available.

A Greenview Drive woman reported July 6 that someone entered her unlocked SUV in the driveway and stole a Coach purse containing money and personal documents. A resident on the same street reported loose change was taken from two vehicles at her home. On the same day, a Country Club Drive man reported his car was entered and a wallet containing $200 and two credit cards was taken.

A Sara Drive woman reported someone smashed the windows on the driver’s side of her car July 6.

An Akron man told deputies he met a Canton woman in an Arlington Ridge parking lot June 14 to purchase a dog from her. He later discovered the dog had medical issues and contacted the woman to see if she would take it back. She agreed to take the dog back and return the man’s money. The man said he returned the dog but as of July 5 had not received his money.

Thirteen collectible coins dated between 1883 and 1924 were reported stolen during the burglary of Massillon Road furniture store June 24.


On July 8, deputies responded to a domestic dispute outside a Flowerdale Drive home. A woman said she had a verbal argument with her live-in boyfriend but nothing physical occurred. Officers ran a background check on the couple and found the boyfriend had a warrant for driving under suspension. At that point, the man said he felt ill and went back inside the house and ran out the back door. He was apprehended after a short pursuit and charged with obstruction and transported to the Summit County Jail.

An Akron woman, 61, was charged July 8 with theft and criminal trespass. Deputies said she was captured on security cameras concealing items in her purse at a Manchester Road supermarket. The merchandise totaled $81. The woman had been warned on a previous occasion not to return to the store.

During a traffic stop on Killian Road July 7, deputies arrested a 53-year-old Barberton man on a theft warrant. He was transported to the Summit County Jail and booked.

Two flat-screen TVs and an Xbox were reported stolen July 6 from a home in the 500 block of Long Lake Boulevard. Someone threw a brick through a bedroom window to gain entry.


A Lynn Drive man, 47, was charged July 8 with domestic violence. He is accused of punching his step-son in the eye during an argument at their home. He was arrested and transported to the Summit County Jail.

On July 7, a Hilltop Drive man told police someone entered his unlocked work vehicle and stole two gas cards, a debit card and personal check. Police were investigating.

Police issued an alert for a missing person July 5 after a Randy Street woman reported her 17-year-old son failed to return home. She last saw the teen on June 30, she said.

On July 5, owners of a Cleveland-Massillon Road pest control business told police they learned from a title company that someone submitted a fraudulent invoice for work not performed. The inspection allegedly took place on May 30 but the owners said they have no record of the transaction and found the signature on the invoice to be forged.

A Manchester Road man called police July 5 to report his golf cart was stolen from his driveway. Police located the cart the next day at Sissler Field near Manchester Middle School.

A man said he was riding his bike on Canal Fulton Drive July 5 when a dog charged at him from a nearby home. The dog’s owner was located and advised of the city’s leash law.

Police responded to a domestic dispute at a Rhapsody Lane home July 4. A man said his girlfriend punched him in the face during a verbal argument. The woman said the man pushed her, punched her near the neck area and threatened to kill her. Officers observed no visible injuries on either party. Due to conflicting statements and lack of physical evidence, no charges were filed. The woman agreed to leave for the evening.

While investigating a domestic dispute at a Manchester Road home July 3, police arrested a 27-year-old man for possession of drug paraphernalia and drug abuse instruments. He reportedly admitted having a pipe and syringe on him.

A North 4th Avenue woman reported an orange kayak was stolen from the front of her garage while she was on vacation between June 26 and July 2.


Medical equipment valued at $10,000 was reported stolen from a storage unit at a Canton Road storage facility July 11. Police were investigating.

A Toepfer Road man, 26, was charged July 9 with domestic violence. Police said he pinned his sister against a wall and choked her during an argument at the home. He was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.

On July 8, a Tisen Road man told police a High Grove Boulevard man was sending him threatening text messages and wanted him to stop. An officer contacted the High Grove Boulevard man and advised him to stop texting the other man or he would be charged with telecommunications harassment.

A Honda motorcycle valued at $2,500 was reported stolen July 8 from the garage of a Skelton Road home. The victim told police this was the fourth vehicle he’s had stolen in the last two months.

On July 7, police were called to investigate a fraudulent credit card incident filed by a Mentor on the Lake business owner. He alleges a former employee used a company credit card to make approximately $1,500 in unauthorized charges at a South Arlington Road home improvement store.

A Myersville Road man told police July 6 that he paid $1,500 for a tractor he saw advertised on eBay, but never received it. He later found out that he was directed to a fake website after he had sent his money.

A Laverne Lane man, 57, was charged with domestic violence July 4 after he allegedly assaulted his wife during an argument outside an East Waterloo Road bar. Police said he threatened to punch her in the face, broke her cell phone, then threw a wallet in her face and shoved her to the ground.


A local woman reported her $300 cellphone was stolen after she accidentally left it in a restroom at a Cleveland Avenue drugstore June 26.

An Akron woman, 38, was jailed on a domestic violence charge June 24. Police said she physically attacked her boyfriend when she saw him talking to another woman at a water park on Hoover Avenue.