On May 22, an Eagle Drive woman told deputies someone charged $848 in purchases using her credit card number and had them shipped to her apartment.

A Wonder Lake Drive man, 42, was charged May 22 with domestic violence. Deputies said he assaulted the mother of his children by twisting her arms behind her back and then grabbing her left leg to take her to the ground. The woman said the man assaulted her a second time after she threatened to call deputies.

Three computer tablets, three baskets of clothing, a portable air conditioning unit and a purse were reported stolen May 22 from an unlocked car in the 3400 block of Madora Avenue.

A Warren man, 54, was accused of stealing $90 worth of meat products from a Massillon Road supermarket May 22. He was issued a court summons and released.

Deputies responded to an assault at a movie theater on Interstate Parkway May 20. An Akron man was arrested for punching his girlfriend in the face. Deputies said he admitted he "popped" the woman after she made a comment about his mother.

A Prestwick Drive man, 32, was booked into the Summit County Jail May 20 on a domestic violence charge. His girlfriend told deputies the man head-butted her in the head and pushed her several times at their home.

On May 18, a road crew reported finding the gate open to an access road at Mayfair and Greensburg roads. While investigating further, the crew found a trailer in the woods with all its doors open. It was later determined the trailer had been reported stolen in Springfield Township that morning.

Deputies responded to a dispute between a property owner and a tenant on East Comet Road May 17. During the investigation, deputies learned the tenant, a 38-year-old Barberton woman, had a warrant for failure to appear in court on traffic charges. She was arrested and turned over to Barberton police.

On May 16, three female students at Green High School accused a male student of making sexually offensive remarks to them during school hours. The male student admitted making the comments but said it was only in a joking manner. He was disciplined through the school and the parents of the three female students declined to pursue the matter further.

A flat-bed trailer valued at $1,200 was reported stolen May 16 from outside a home in the 3800 block of Tahgajute Drive. On the same day, a car hauler trailer valued at $1,700 was reported taken from a lot on Tabs Drive.

A 17-year-old girl was charged with theft May 14 after she was accused of stealing a camera and a package of film from an Arlington Ridge department store. She was issued a court summons and released.


On May 22, a Judy Avenue man reported someone smashed the passenger window on his 1991 Ford Mustang, causing $350 in damage.

A man called deputies on May 22 to report his girlfriend came to his workplace on Manchester Road and banged on the door, breaking the glass. The woman fled the scene before deputies arrived. The man said he did not wish to pursue charges and would make arrangements with the owner to pay for the damages.

On May 20, an Akron man told deputies he was at a South Main Street bar when a man named John punched him in the face and then fled on a motorcycle. The Akron man did not wish to pursue criminal charges.

A South Plaza Drive woman told deputies May 19 that someone withdrew $4,670 from her bank account without her permission. Her bank was conducting an investigation into the matter.

A Garrettsville man, 41, an Atwater woman, 30, and an Akron man, 36, were charged with theft after they were accused of stealing two welders and a chainsaw from a Manchester Road store May 18. The recovered merchandise totaled $1,016.

An Akron woman reported her Coach purse was stolen from her vehicle while she was inside a South Main Street business May 15.


During a traffic stop on Vanderhoof Road May 19, a 45-year-old Akron man was cited for traffic violations and charged with possession of drugs. Police said they found marijuana and drug paraphernalia in his car after stopping him for a burned out license plate light.

A Donner Drive man was charged May 19 with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, driving without a valid operator’s license and obstructing official business. Police said the man gave false information to an officer about his identity and where he lived during a traffic stop on Swigart Road. After his true identity was determined, police found he had taken his father’s car without his permission.

A Melton Avenue man told police May 19 that he let a homeless man stay overnight at his house. The next day after the homeless man left, he found $90 missing from his wallet. He said a Masonic ring was missing as well.

A New Franklin woman, 57, was charged May 19 with illegal dumping. Police said she was caught dumping medical supplies in a trash bin in the 5600 block of Manchester Road. She was issued as court summons and released.

An Akron woman, 36, was arrested on a felony warrant and turned over to Summit County sheriff’s deputies May 18. The woman was a passenger in a car stopped for a traffic violation on S. Cleveland Massillon Road.

On May 14, a McTweed Lane woman gave police the name of a possible suspect she said wrote three unauthorized checks from her bank account for a total of $2,140.83.

A Kruger Road woman, 26, was booked into the Summit County Jail May 14 on charges of domestic violence, theft, possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police said she threatened to put a gun to her mother’s head and kill her during an altercation at the home. During their investigation, police found the woman in possession of fentanyl and eight credit cards that she had stolen from her mother.


Two 16-year-old girls were charged with theft May 22 after police said they were caught stealing clothing and jewelry worth more than $250 from a South Arlington Road department store. One of the girls reported a runaway by her mother was taken to the Summit County Juvenile Detention Center.

A Slagle Drive man told police he was swindled out of $200 after someone called and said his Amazon account had been breached. He was instructed to purchase a $200 gift card and call back with the serial numbers. The man complied and later realized he had been scammed.

Two Akron men, ages 26 and 32, were charged with disorderly conduct May 21 after police said they got into a physical altercation outside a South Arlington Road gas station. The 26-year-old was also charged with possession of marijuana.

On May 20, a Sarah Drive woman told police while she was mowing her yard someone entered her home through an unlocked door and stole a TV and video game system.

An Akron man, 29, and a Louisville woman, 32, were arrested on theft charges May 20 after they were allegedly seen concealing items in a backpack at a South Arlington Road department store and leaving with them without paying. The woman was additionally charged with felony drug possession after police said they found methamphetamine in her purse.

Officers went to a South Arlington hotel on May 20 to arrest a Uniontown man wanted on multiple warrants. The man reportedly told officers he had no ID and then ran off. He was apprehended after a short foot chase and began fighting with the officers. During his arrest, police found a pair of brass knuckles on him. He was taken into custody on the warrants and charged with resisting arrest and carrying concealed weapons.

A homeless man, 28, was charged with theft May 20 following an incident at an East Waterloo Road supermarket. Police said he grabbed two containers of hair products off the shelves and attempted to return them to customer service for a refund.

Someone shattered the rear window on a PT Cruiser parked at a Canton Road car lot on May 19. Damage was estimated at $500.

An Akron man, 32, was charged May 19 with criminal damaging and disorderly conduct. Police said the man was seen hitting and kicking mailboxes outside three locations on South Arlington Road. Officers said the man refused to comply with their orders.

A 2013 Chevy Malibu valued at $7,000 was reported stolen May 18 from a driveway on Proctor Road. The owner said she left the car running while she went inside the house to get her purse. When she came out, the car was gone.

Police were seeking a theft warrant for a 41-year-old Cuyahoga Falls man accused of stealing two air conditioners from an Arlington Road home improvement store on May 18. According to a report, the man walked out with one air conditioner and then returned three hours later to steal another one of the same brand.


A Utica Avenue man, 35, was booked into the Summit County Jail May 17 on a charge of felony possession of drugs. Police performing a welfare check at the man’s home reported finding a bag of methamphetamine and a glass pipe on a table in his bedroom.

An electric stove was reported stolen from a rental home on Bristol Drive May 16. A lockbox on the front door was also found missing. A resident reported seeing a white box truck in the driveway that day between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

A Smith & Wesson M-P 15 rifle, valued at $1,250, was reported stolen May 15 from a Lakeside Avenue home. Police said they found no signs of forced entry.

On May 12, police were called to a fight in the parking lot of a Lake Road bar. Two brothers, of East Turkeyfoot Lake Road, reportedly admitted they were fighting over a woman. The woman, who lives next door to the bar, interfered with the investigation and refused to leave, according to police, and was charged with disorderly conduct. The older brother was charged with disorderly conduct by intoxication. He reportedly became aggressive with an officer and eventually was taken to a detoxification center. The younger brother was arrested on a domestic violence warrant and released to sheriff’s deputies.

A Rubber Street man, 29, was charged for allegedly assaulting a Lake Road man during an altercation outside a local convenience store. The victim suffered minor injuries.