A North Canton woman, 26, was arrested May 7 after police said she ran from her car during a traffic stop on Whipple Avenue. After a short foot pursuit, she was apprehended and charged with driving while intoxicated and obstructing official business. She was originally pulled over for driving at night with no headlights on.

A Canton man, 19, was charged with theft May 7. Police said while employed at a store in the Belden Village Mall, he stole $200 from the cash register over a five-month period.

On May 6, a South Boulevard man reported someone stole his motorcycle helmet worth $225. He told police he later found the helmet for sale on an app called Let Go.

Police picked up a 32-year-old Columbus woman at the Mahoning County Jail on May 6 on a warrant charging her with felony theft. She was arrested and booked into the Stark County Jail.

A North Canton woman, 24, was charged May 6 with domestic violence. Several witnesses told police they saw the woman strike a man multiple times inside a vehicle outside a Strip Avenue restaurant. The man is the woman’s live-in boyfriend. The woman was arrested and taken to the Stark County Jail.

Police were called to a Dressler Road restaurant on May 6 about an intoxicated man causing a disturbance inside. Officers located the man walking away from the business. As they drove passed him, he raised his two middle fingers at the officers and shouted profanities. He was found unable to take care of himself and released to a friend.

A homeless man, 30, was charged with possession of drug abuse instruments May 6 after police said they found him with a hypodermic needle at a home on Foxhaven Avenue.

A Sunset Strip Avenue woman, 25, was charged May 5 with endangering children, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police said the woman was drinking and smoking marijuana in the presence of her 2-year-old son, causing a danger to the child’s welfare. Police also said drugs and paraphernalia were within reach of the child.

A Canton man, 64, was charged with theft May 5 after he was accused of leaving a Portage Street home improvement store with a cordless ban saw he failed to pay for. He was issued a court summons and released.

A Canton man, 29, was arrested May 5 on a warrant for possession of cocaine, a fifth-degree felony. Police made the arrest at a Dressler Road bar after a security employee recognized the wanted man.

A North Canton man reported his $6 wallet was stolen while he was at a Whipple Avenue physical fitness center May 5.

A Canton man, 31, of Fulton Drive, was booked into the Stark County Jail May 5 on charges of domestic violence and unlawful restraint. Police said he choked his wife, pushed her against a wall and prevented her from leaving the home.

On May 4, an employee at a Dressler Road restaurant told police someone took her car keys from her purse, unlocked her car, stole four Xanax pills from inside, then returned the keys to her purse.

A Northfield man, 52, and an Akron man, 37, were arrested on theft charges at a Portage Street home improvement store May 3. Police said the Northfield man was observed removing security sensors from items while the Akron man acted as a lookout. When confronted outside with stolen merchandise, both men fled to a nearby store where they were eventually arrested. The recovered merchandise totaled $279.

An employee at a nail salon inside the Belden Village Mall reported her $900 iPhone was stolen May 3.

A Massillon woman, 31, of Lincoln Way, was charged May 3 with domestic violence. She is accused of slapping her husband several times during an argument at the home. The couple’s children witnessed the assault.

On May 2, a Carie Hill Circle man told police someone used his personal information to open a credit card account, which was then used for unauthorized purchases.

Police arrested two men during a drug investigation on Inn Circle May 2. A Canton man, 29, was charged with felony possession of drugs and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. Police said they found him in possession of three pills without a prescription. A computer check revealed he had a prior drug conviction. The second man, 29, also of Canton, was charged with obstructing official business after he reportedly gave officers a fake name. After his true identity was determined, police found he had multiple warrants in Stark County. Both men were booked into the Stark County Jail.

A Roush Street woman told police her soon-to-be ex-husband came to her home on May 2 and physically assaulted her during an argument. She said he threw a candlestick at her that struck her on the head, causing an injury. Police were seeking a warrant for the man’s arrest.

On May 1, a staff member at a Fulton Drive nursing facility told police she wanted to file assault charges against a patient who physically attacked her. A report of the incident was sent to the prosecutor’s office for review.

A bronze vase valued at $500 was reported stolen April 30 from a gravesite at an Everhard Road cemetery.