The Sheriff’s Office issued a warrant Aug. 6 charging a 36-year-old Cayugas Drive man with violation of a protection order. Deputies said he went to a Cottage Grove Road location and harassed his ex-girlfriend, violating a court order.
On Aug. 4, a Creekview Circle man told deputies he captured a person on security video opening the driver’s door of his Cadillac at around 4 a.m. Nothing was reported taken. Deputies were reviewing the video to determine the intruder’s identity.
A Raber Road woman, 42, was charged Aug. 4 with control of dogs. A Green resident said she was walking her dog on Raber Road when the woman’s dog charged at her, biting her on the calf. The resident declined medical attention. The Raber Road woman said her dog had all its shots.
Four uninstalled windows and 14 recessed lights, total value $1,450, were reported stolen Aug. 4 from a home under construction on Myersville Road.
A Massillon Road man told deputies Aug. 4 someone used his credit card without permission to make a $16 charge at a North Canton store.
Deputies were called to a South Arlington Road location Aug. 4 about a man walking in the street yelling at passing motorists. The suspect identified as a 35-year-old from Canton was found with an active warrant out of Stow. He was arrested and turned over to Stow police.
A Stoney Creek Road man reported Aug. 4 that someone entered his unlocked car and stole $200 from the center console.
On Aug. 3, a Graybill Road woman reported a package delivered to her home had been opened and the contents, worth around $50, were removed.
The pilot of a Delta commercial plane reported as he was approaching the Akron-Canton Airport Aug. 3, someone on the ground pointed a green laser on the right side of the aircraft. The beam lasted about 30 seconds and then was repeated for another 15 seconds. The incident occurred about 30 miles from the airport, around the city of Dalton, a report said.
On Aug. 2, an official at a Tabs Drive business told deputies someone cashed five fraudulent checks totaling $29,350 from the company’s bank account. The matter was being investigated.
Someone entered a home under construction on Superior Street between July 31 and Aug. 2 and stole $2,250 in property, including toilet tanks, fixtures, a water heater and a pressure washer.
An Oriole Avenue man, 52, was arrested at a Nimisila Road campground on Aug. 2 on a warrant charging him with a felony. He was taken to the Summit County Jail and booked.
A Fortuna Drive leasing company reported a rental truck that had been reported stolen in Florida since July 18 was returned to the location on Aug. 2 by an unknown person.
On Aug. 1, a road department employee reported someone on several occasions has placed debris in a road culvert on Imrek Drive, causing storm water to overflow.
An Akron man was captured on security video driving away from a South Main Street gas station on Aug. 4 without paying for his gas. According to a report filed Aug. 7, the man used an invalid credit card to have the clerk activate the gas pump. He then left the card at the station, which deputies used to identify him. Charges were pending at the time of the report.
A man, 26, and a woman, 32, both of Akron, were charged with theft Aug. 7 after they were accused of leaving a Manchester Road supermarket without paying for $169 worth of groceries.
Someone broke into a detached barn on Portage Point Boulevard Aug. 7 and stole three dirt bikes valued at $1,000 each. A lock was cut on a man door to gain entry.
An Akron man, 31, was charged Aug. 4 with disorderly conduct by intoxication. Deputies found him sitting outside the front door of a closed South Arlington bar with a bag containing an empty bottle of rum.
Deputies were called to a Manchester Road location Aug. 4 about an unwanted person. A woman was identified and removed from the premises. The person who called in the report, a 32-year-old Akron man was found with warrants for drug abuse and carrying a concealed weapon. He was arrested and taken to the Summit County Jail.
A Don Drive man, 22, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 2 after he allegedly hit his mother in the arm during an argument over money. He was booked into the Summit County Jail
A random license plate check on South Arlington Road Aug. 1 led to the arrest of a 21-year-old Akron man. During the traffic stop, deputies said the man gave an officer a fake Social Security number to hide the fact of a warrant in Muskingum County for failure to stop after an accident. He also was found driving without a valid license. In addition, a search of his car prior to it being towed uncovered marijuana and a digital scale.
A Ravenna man reported his bicycle was stolen after he left it in front of a Manchester Road store Aug. 1.
A random license plate check on Manchester Road Aug. 3 led to the arrest of a 41-year-old Akron man on a felony warrant out of Medina County. He was turned over to sheriff’s deputies in that jurisdiction.
An officer stopped a car on Manchester Road Aug. 3 after observing it driving on the double yellow line. The male driver was found to have 28 open driving suspensions. He also had two misdemeanor warrants and a felony warrant out of Portage County. He was arrested for the felony and turned over to the proper authorities.
A North 4th Avenue man, 25, was charged Aug. 1 with domestic violence. His father told police the man threatened to kill him after he woke him up and asked him to leave. He said the man then went into the garage, broke several items and pushed over a motorcycle. Before fleeing the home, the man allegedly made more threats, including a threat to come back and "shoot up the house." Officers found the man hiding in the woods near his home. He was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
On July 31, a West Comet Road man reported someone stole $5,000 from his debit account through a mobile payment app.
An Akron man, 37, was arrested for domestic violence July 31. Police said he assaulted his ex-wife while he was picking up his young daughter at their Cleveland-Massillon Road home. He was taken to the Barberton City Jail.
Police responded to a July 31 call of a suspicious person in the 2500 block of W. Comet Road. An officer found a man hallucinating; he was talking to people who weren’t there. EMS was called and transported the man to a hospital.
An Akron man, 48, was charged July 30 with possession of marijuana and obstructing official business. Police said the man was found smoking marijuana in a car with another man on Manchester Road. While the officer was doing a background check in the cruiser, the man reportedly threw a marijuana cigarette out the passenger window. At first, when confronted, he admitted the cigarette was his. Later, when another officer arrived, he denied ownership of the cigarette.
A Woodcrest Avenue woman told police July 30 someone used her debit card information to make an unauthorized charge of $400 at a local establishment.
On Aug. 6, a Bennington Court man told police someone claiming to be an agent from the IRS called and said he needed to pay money on delinquent taxes or he would be arrested. The man ended up giving the caller his Social Security number.
A boy’s bicycle was reported stolen from outside a Danforth Road home Aug. 6. On the same day, another bicycle was reported stolen from a shed on Calvin Avenue. That bike was later recovered on Lake Road.
Two sets of wind chimes valued at $150 were reported stolen Aug. 3 from the front porch of an Adams Street home.
On Aug. 1, a Lakeside Drive man reported someone smashed the rear window on his vehicle, causing an estimated $800 in damage.
Police filed charges against three people on July 30 accused of passing bad checks at a Canton Road liquor store. Police said an Akron woman, 29, cashed a $500 check that was reported stolen from her former employer. A Clinton man, 62, allegedly cashed a $4,200 check that was returned for insufficient funds. A Magnolia man, 39, cashed a business check for $4,040, also returned for lack of funds, police said.
On Aug. 9, police responded to a call of an unwanted person at an Inverness Avenue home. A neighbor man found at the home was asked to leave and not return.
A Raber Terrace man, 19, and a Royal County Down man, 19, were charged Aug. 5 with possession of drug paraphernalia. Police found the men sitting in a car at an Apollo Street park after hours. During a search of the vehicle, officers reported finding three containers with marijuana residue.
A handgun in a holster with an attached laser was reported stolen Aug. 10 from an East Prospect Avenue home. A key fob was also reported missing. Police found no signs of forced entry into the home.
A Seneca Trail man, 19, and two male juveniles, ages 16 and 17, were charged with obstructing official business Aug. 4 after they were involved in a one-vehicle traffic crash on South Prospect Avenue. The 19-year-old reportedly told police he was driving the car when it struck a telephone pole. Following an investigation, police determined the 17-year-old, who didn’t have a license, was actually driving. He and the 16-year-old went along with the deception, police said. The 17-year-old was also charged with operating a vehicle without reasonable control and not having a valid operator’s license. Both boys were released to their parents. The 19-year-old was released with a court summons.
A Cornerstone Circle man, 37, was charged Aug. 3 with theft. Police said he stole a Twixt ice cream bar and an ice cream sandwich from a West Maple Street gas station/convenience store. He was issued a court summons and released