A Youngdale Avenue Northwest woman, 39, was jailed for domestic violence Sept. 8. She is accused of clawing her boyfriend’s face with her fingernails, causing visible injuries.

Witnesses told police Sept. 8 that a man took a street sign from the corner of Michael Drive and Belair Avenue and fled with it in a vehicle.

Security employees at a Strip Avenue Northwest supermarket told police a man left with $113 worth of groceries without paying Sept. 8.

On Sept. 7, police responded to an attempted theft at a Mega Street Northwest department store. Officers stopped two suspects shortly after in a vehicle matching the description. A 19-year-old Alliance man was found with a Stark County warrant charging him with criminal trespass. He was arrested and turned over to sheriff’s deputies. The store did not wish to pursue theft charges against the suspects.

A Vacuflo power unit valued at $1,500 was reported stolen Sept. 7 from a home in the 5900 block of Kinloch Ct. NW. Police said there were no signs of a break-in.

A Frank Avenue business owner told police Sept. 7 a person she is working with sent her threatening emails. She believes the person is mentally unstable. However, she asked the incident only be documented for now until her business with the person is completed.

On Sept. 6, a Waynesburg man told police his brother used his identity during a traffic stop on Portage Street Northwest on Aug. 14.

A Magnolia man, 37, was arrested Sept. 6 on warrants for failure to appear in court on charges of aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony, and possession of drug abuse instruments. He was booked into the Stark County Jail.

A wrought-iron table valued at $200 was reported stolen Sept. 6 from outside a home in the 1300 block of Concord St. NW.

Two women stole more than $300 worth of clothing from a store in the Belden Village Mall, according to a Sept. 5 report.

On Sept. 4, police were called to the 2100 block of Whipple Ave. NW about a man bleeding. The 40-year-old told police he fell while walking. He declined medical treatment. A background check revealed he had a warrant for failure to appear on a disorderly conduct charge. He was arrested and released to sheriff’s deputies.

Two Akron women, ages 28 and 36, were charged with theft Sept. 4. Police said they left a Dressler Road department store with more than $300 worth of merchandise concealed in their purses.

A teacher at Jackson High School told police Sept. 4 that someone keyed the driver’s side of her vehicle, causing about $3,000 in damage.

A Killen Street couple reported their adult son took their vehicle without permission Sept. 4. The father also said the man took his wallet and used a bank card to make purchase. Police were investigating.

A New Philadelphia man, 52, was charged with theft Sept. 4 at a Dressler Road department store. Security employees said the man was seen on closed-circuit TV putting a $12 item in his pocket and leaving without paying.

A canoe valued at $700 was reported stolen Sept. 3 from the backyard of a Forty Corners Street home.

A Canton woman, 24, and a Massillon woman, 26, were charged Sept. 3 with criminal trespass. Police said they entered a gated community on Glenmoor Road Northwest after being denied access at the main entrance. The women drove around the property and found a side gate open and entered it, police said.

On Sept. 2, police responded to a call from a Hills and Dales Road country club about a highly intoxicated woman throwing up in the kitchen area. Officers found the woman sitting in her own urine and unable to stand. They learned she is an employee at the business. After being evaluated by EMS, the woman was charged with disorderly conduct by intoxication and released to a responsible party.

Someone broke into a home in the 4200 block of Armandale Ave. NW on Sept. 2 and stole more than $12,000 worth of property. Items included 30 antique gold/diamond rings, collectible coins and a one-pound silver bar. The burglar broke a front man door window to gain entry.

A South Boulevard man, 24, was jailed in Stark County Sept. 2 for domestic violence. His girlfriend told police the man chased her around their apartment with a sword while threatening her. He also pushed her and grabbed her around the neck, she said.

A 40-year-old homeless woman was arrested Sept. 1 after she was reportedly found under the influence of drugs at a park on Stuhldreher Street Northwest. Officers on the scene said the woman was unable to take care of herself and refused to stop screaming profanities where children were present. During a search, the officers found her in possession of methamphetamine and pills for which she did not have a prescription. The woman was booked into the Stark County Jail on charges of aggravated possession of drugs and tampering with drugs, both felonies, and disorderly conduct.