A Canton man, 55, was arrested June 30 on a warrant for failure to appear on an obstruction charge during a traffic stop on Fulton Road. He was released to New Philadelphia police.
The owner of a Fulton Drive animal hospital told police June 30 that someone made an unauthorized charge on her credit card account for $44.31.
A Canton woman, 53, was charged with theft by deception June 29 at a Mega Street department store. Police said she took an outdoor screen house from a display and returned it to customer service for a cash refund of $69.15.
Someone used a counterfeit $100 bill to pay for purchases at a Fulton Drive second-hand store on June 29.
A Canton man, 20, was arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated and underage alcohol consumption June 29 after he was involved in a single-car accident on Wales Avenue. His blood alcohol content registered .139, police said.
A worker at a store in the Belden Village Mall told police a woman threatened her with physical harm after she confronted her for shoplifting. The incident happened on June 25. Since that time, the worker said the woman and several of her friends have been in the store every day. On June 21, two unidentified females fled the store with more than $800 in merchandise.
A North Canton woman reported her $800 cellphone was stolen while she was shopping at a Dressler Road department store June 28. She told police the live tracking on the phone showed its current location at a college in Flint, Mich.
A North Canton man reported his wallet was stolen from his unlocked vehicle while he was inside a Strip Avenue Northwest restaurant June 28.
On June 27, a Torrey Pines Circle man told police a woman he was chatting with on an online dating site tried to extort $800 from him.
Police responded to two "smash and grab" incidents at a Whipple Avenue physical fitness center June 27. Purses belonging to a Massillon woman and a Canton woman were reported taken.
A Toledo man, 30, was charged June 27 with domestic violence. Police said he punched his girlfriend in the face and head while they were arguing in a car on Dressler Road.
A Beryl Street woman reported June 27 that someone used her bank account information to forge and cash a check for over $1,000 at a home improvement store in North Carolina.
Two Massillon women, ages 21 and 45, were charged with theft June 27 after they were accused of stealing $34 worth of groceries from a local supermarket. They were issued court summons and released.
Someone broke into a vehicle parked in a car port on Everhard Road and stole a Bible, according to a June 27 report.
A North Canton woman reported her purse was stolen from her unlocked car while she was making a purchase at an Everhard Road gas station June 27.
On June 26, an Akron woman told police on June 1 she noticed cash withdrawals were made on her debit card from an ATM on Hills and Dales Road. The withdrawals totaled $1,000.
A North Canton woman reported someone smashed the rear window on her car and stole her purse while she was inside a Portage Street Northwest business June 26.
On June 25, a Forestwood Street woman told police she received several pieces of mail that apparently had been opened and then taped shut. One envelope from her brother was opened and a gift card taken.
A Canal Fulton woman, 45, was arrested at a Dressler Road department store June 25 after she was allegedly caught on closed-circuit TV concealing items in her purse and then leaving without paying.
A Canton woman told police that sometime between June 20 and 25, someone used her debit card number to make three purchases at an Everhard Road store totaling $120.
A Uniontown man, 43, was booked into the Stark County Jail June 23 on a charge of domestic violence. Police said he grabbed the mother of his children by the face and shoved her, causing her to fall and injure her shoulder. The alleged incident occurred in a store parking lot on Strip Avenue Northwest.