A Carrollton woman, 43, was charged Aug. 26 with domestic violence. She was accused of assaulting her aunt after being asked to leave a South Main Street home due to her intoxication. She was booked into the Summit County Jail.

An Akron man, 28, was charged Aug. 26 with possession of drug abuse instruments and drug paraphernalia. A deputy stopped to question the man after finding him in a Harrington Road park after hours. A background check showed he was driving under suspension. During a search of his car, deputies reported finding a small black bag containing a glass pipe with white residue, a spoon and a cut straw.

Deputies issued a warrant Aug. 26 for a 49-year-old South Main Street man accused of violating a protection order. The man was invited by his ex-wife to her Bayview Drive home to give ice cream to their children. However, he became upset over a matter and refused to leave. He was gone before deputies arrived.

An Akron man, 29, was arrested on a felony drug possession charge Aug. 25. A deputy noticed the man walking on South Main Street appearing disoriented. The man reportedly admitted he had taken Suboxone earlier that day. During a pat-down, a packet of the drug was found in his pocket, deputies said.

On Aug. 23, Green Fire Department responded to a vehicle fire in the parking lot of a Long Road triplex. Fire personnel arrived to find the vehicle fully engulfed in flames and close to the building. Another vehicle parked next to the burning vehicle also caught fire. The blaze was extinguished with no injuries reported. The cause of the fire was being investigated.

Multiple door knobs, closet rods and other building materials worth a total of $1,600 were reported stolen Aug. 23 from a home under construction on Castlegate Boulevard.

Deputies were called to investigate a theft at a pipeline construction site on Killinger Road Aug. 23. Five steel hooks and 10 steel shackles, total value $10,000, were reported stolen.

On Aug. 22, an Aqua Boulevard man called deputies after a Clinton man came to his home and started yelling at him to come outside. The Clinton man told an officer he came to the man’s house only to talk to him. He was advised to leave and not return or he would be charged with criminal trespass.

An Akron man, 32, was arrested Aug. 22 for violation of a protection order. Deputies said he was found inside a vehicle with the protected party during a traffic stop on Boettler Road.

A South Arlington Road man reported his cellphone was stolen after he accidentally left it on a counter at a local convenience store Aug. 22.

A theft warrant was issued Aug. 21 for a 42-year-old Akron man. He is accused of stealing four cases of beer and two Starbucks drinks from an East Turkeyfoot Lake Road gas station/convenience store.

A 16-year-old North Canton boy was booked into the county juvenile detention center Aug. 21 on a felony theft charge. According to a report, the boy hopped into a running car at a Lauby Road car rental company and drove off with it. The manager followed the boy in a car and pulled in front of him to get him to stop. The boy got out and ran toward the Akron-Canton Airport where he was arrested.


A Barberton man, 43, was charged Aug. 25 with theft and criminal trespass. Deputies said he was seen switching price tags on a package of steaks at a Manchester Road supermarket. He was stopped after paying for some items and then leaving. Deputies found the man had been banned from the store for a previous incident three years ago. He also was found with four outstanding warrants: three of them for theft and one for license forfeiture. He was arrested on the warrants and turned over to the Brimfield Police Department.

An Eagle Drive man, 35, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 25 after he was accused of punching his girlfriend in the eye during an argument at their home. He was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.

An Iris Avenue man, 49, was charged Aug. 24 with domestic violence/menacing. Deputies said he threatened three family members after being asked to leave the home because of erratic behavior. He was taken to jail because of prior convictions for the same offense.

On Aug. 23, a Madora Avenue man reported someone used his name and Social Security number to open a line of credit.

A 61-year-old Akron man was charged after he allegedly attempted to steal $144 worth of groceries from a Manchester Road supermarket Aug. 23. He was issued a court summons and released.

A Manchester Road woman reported Aug. 21 a package was stolen from her front porch. FedEx confirmed the package was delivered to the home on Aug. 18.

A Long Lake Boulevard woman was charged Aug. 21 with domestic violence. Deputies said she slapped a phone out of her mother’s hand after her mother told her she was calling police because of her yelling outside with her boyfriend.


On Aug. 25, a Manchester Road woman called police after she noticed a small child walking out of the woods behind her home. An officer was speaking to the 3-year-old girl when her grandfather arrived on the scene. He said the girl had wandered off when he wasn’t looking and he was searching for her. The toddler was returned to her grandfather without further incident.

A South 2nd Avenue man reported his motorcycle was stolen from the front of his home sometime between 6 p.m. Aug. 24 and 8 a.m. Aug. 25.

On Aug. 23, police responded to a call of a German shepherd running loose in a Swigart Road neighborhood. The owner was located and after restraining the dog was charged with an animal control violation. Police also learned through dispatch the woman had an active warrant on file in New Franklin. She was arrested and taken to the Barberton City Jail. While there, she complained of chest pains and was taken to a local hospital. She was later released with the warrant still outstanding.

A 59-year-old Akron woman was arrested on multiple charges after she was stopped for a traffic violation on State Route 619 Aug. 23. Police learned the woman was driving with a suspended license and also had a warrant for her arrest in Canal Fulton. During a search of her car prior to it being towed, police reported finding a bag of marijuana. The woman was charged with misdemeanor drug possession and released to Canal Fulton police on the warrant.

Police responded to an assault incident Aug. 22 at a Manchester Road home. Two women said they got into a verbal argument when it turned physical and they attacked each other. Due to conflicting stories and no third party witnesses, no charges were filed.


On Aug. 28, an employee at a South Arlington Road check-cashing business told police a man came in and tried to cash a check for $2,235.80. Suspicious over the amount, the employee called the issuer of the check and asked if it was okay to cash it. When the issuer said no, the man was denied and left without incident.

A Coach Lane man, 55, was charged Aug. 28 with attempted theft. Police said he tried to steal four potted plants from outside an East Waterloo Road discount store. He was stopped as he was pushing the loaded cart to his truck.

On Aug. 27, a district manager of a Canton Road fast food chain told police she was notified by the bank that three separate daily deposits totaling $3,655 had not been deposited. An internal investigation was being conducted in the matter. The manager was advised to contact police if she wanted to pursue criminal charges.

An East Waterloo Road man reported Aug. 27 someone broke a window on his garage, causing an estimated $50 in damage.

A Uniontown man told police Aug. 27 he met a woman he knows at Bog Park to give her money to help her move. The woman was accompanied by an unknown man, he said, and together they started beating up on him. After they finished, they stole his keys and drove off with his car. Police later found the car abandoned in a nearby soybean field. The woman and man, along with another man, were apprehended by police later the same day during a traffic stop. The Uniontown man’s car key and credit card were found on the woman, along with the $30 he had given her. The man told police he did not wish to pursue charges.

Police reviewed surveillance video Aug. 27 that showed a man leaving a South Arlington Road department store with a new pair of shoes he did not pay for. Charges against the man were pending at the time of the report.

A Meadowridge Avenue man reported Aug. 26 someone broke into his garage and stole a toolbox with $5,000 worth of tools. A padlock was broken off a garage door to gain entry.

A Mobile Lane man, 37, was charged Aug. 25 with felony receiving stolen property. Police said they found him in possession of a 4-wheeler that had been reported stolen in Medina County.

A Utica Avenue man reported a wedding ring set and necklace were stolen from his home Aug. 25. He believes a Seneca Trail man took the property during a visit earlier in the day.

A weed trimmer, backpack blower and several yard tools, total value $550, were reported stolen Aug. 25 from a shed on Wilpark Drive. The victim told police she gave two men a key to the shed to do yard work while she was ill.

On Aug. 24, a Krumroy Road business owner told police a woman friend stole several business checks and forged and cashed them for a total of $693. He also said she used his credit card numbers for unauthorized purchases and stole $1,200 in cash and a diagnostic machine and sweeper worth $1,320.

An Ambre Drive man, 34, was arrested on a felony drug possession charge Aug. 24 after police reported finding crystal meth in his car during a traffic stop on Mohawk Trail. The man was originally stopped for driving with an expired temporary tag.


An edge trimmer valued $100 was reported stolen from the front porch of a Main Street home Aug. 26.

Police and fire department officials are investigating a suspicious fire reported at a Mount View Avenue home Aug. 22. Officials determined someone poured gasoline on the steps leading to the basement and set it on fire.

A maroon mountain bike was reported stolen Aug. 22 from the front porch of a Main Street home.

An Akron woman, 46, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 20. During an argument with her boyfriend over a phone charger, police said she struck the man in the head with a belt, causing a cut, and then punched him in the head and face. Police located her on Church Street and placed her under arrest.

A Cuyahoga Falls woman, who told police she was homeless, was arrested on three felony warrants Aug. 18 after she was questioned about taking items from a boat on Lakeside Drive. The boat owner told police the woman was not given permission to leave her things on the boat. The warrants, out of the Akron Police Department, were on charges for endangering children, possession of drugs, and illegal assembly of chemicals to manufacture drugs.

A Danforth Road man, 18, was arrested Aug. 18 on a third-degree felony count of receiving stolen property. Police said he admitted taking a handgun and $450 from a First Street home. It was originally reported $750 was taken from the home, but the man corrected the amount to police. He said he used the money to buy two pairs of shoes and clothing.