A 13-foot fishing boat and utility trailer, total value $2,000, were reported stolen Oct. 2 from outside a home in the 4400 block of Cottage Grove Road.

A manager at a Corporate Woods Parkway gas station reported Oct. 2 that a white male between the ages of 16 and 19 asked a clerk for merchandise in the backroom. When the clerk turned her back, the male grabbed two Juul pods and fled with them without paying.

An East Nimisila Road woman, 21, was booked into the Summit County Jail Oct. 2 on a domestic violence charge. Deputies said she pushed her boyfriend and spit in his face during an argument.

Two Imrek Drive men, ages 66 and 79, were charged with disorderly conduct Sept. 30. Deputies said the two men have been in an ongoing dispute over outside lighting at their homes. The 79-year-old complained the other man, his neighbor, set up a flashing strobe light directed at the back of his house. The 66-year-old said he intentionally set up the strobe light because the other man has a flood light pointed at his house.

Deputies went to a Twin Lakes Drive home on Sept. 30 to arrest a 33-year-old Uniontown woman on a warrant charging her with a felony. During a pat-down, deputies found a plastic bag of methamphetamine hidden inside the woman’s shirt. She was charged with felony possession of drugs and taken to the Summit County Jail on the warrant.

On Sept. 28, a Stake Drive woman told deputies a white male wearing tan shorts entered her unlocked shed, removed several lawn items and left them in her yard. Nothing was reported taken.

An Akron woman, 26, was charged with theft Sept. 28 after she was accused of shoplifting $94 worth of merchandise from an Arlington Ridge department store. She was issued a court summons and released.

A Woodland Drive man, 25, was booked into the Summit County Jail Sept. 28 on charges of obstructing official business, failure to comply with a police signal, eluding and fleeing, operating a vehicle without a valid license, reckless operation, and speeding. Deputies said the man failed to stop for an officer attempting to stop him for speeding on a motorcycle on South Arlington Road. The man was clocked going 71 mph in a 40 mph zone. A female passenger was on the bike at the time. Deputies arrested the man at his home, where they say he refused to surrender the bike’s key.

Thieves broke into a South Arlington Road dealership during the overnight hours of Sept. 26 and stole all four tires and wheels off a 2018 Chevrolet Suburban SUV. Total loss of property was listed at $2,311.

An Aldis Drive man, 53, was charged with assault Sept. 26 after he was accused of punching his neighbor in the chest during a dispute. He was issued a court summons and released.


On Oct. 2, a deputy broke up a fight between a man and a woman in the parking lot of a Manchester Road fast food restaurant. A background check revealed the 23-year-old woman had a warrant for failure to appear on a burglary charge. During her arrest, deputies found her in possession of methamphetamine and a pipe, along with another baggie containing a tan powder. She was charged with felony possession of drugs and possession of drug abuse instruments and then taken to jail on the warrant.

A Lake Vista Road resident told deputies on Oct. 2 that a shirtless man with long brown hair and a red bandana grabbed his two trash cans from the end of his driveway and walked off with them.

A Kawasaki motorcycle valued at $3,000 was reported stolen Sept. 30 from a garage on State Mill Road.

A 16-year-old girl was booked into the Summit County Juvenile Detention Center Sept. 30 after being charged with domestic violence. Deputies said she elbowed her mother in the head and punched her in the arm during an argument over house rules. 

A Specialized Roubaix bicycle valued at $2,300 and a toolbox with $800 worth tools were reported stolen Sept. 29 from a garage on Mallard Point Drive.

A Lake Beach Boulevard woman, 32, was charged Sept. 27 with domestic violence. Her mother told deputies the woman put both hands on her neck and choked her while they were arguing about family matters on Shook Drive.

A Conlin Drive man, 35, was arrested and charged with two counts of domestic violence on Sept. 27. Deputies said he shoved his pregnant girlfriend and struck her in the face, then threw an 11-year-old family member to the ground and kicked him. Both victims were treated at the scene.

Someone broke into a vacant home on East Pace Avenue Sept. 25-26 and stole $1,675 in tools belonging to the property owner and her boyfriend.


A Manchester Road man, 71, was charged Sept. 28 with an animal control violation. A woman walking her dog told police the man’s dog came up to her and started barking at her and her dog. The man admitted he removed the leash from his dog, allowing it to run loose.

On Sept. 26, a West Comet Road woman reported a package she was expecting was stolen from her mailbox along with some miscellaneous mail. A neighbor told police he saw a woman in a red vehicle pull into the victim’s driveway and look into her mailbox.

A Melton Avenue man told police Sept. 25 that someone withdrew $190 from his bank account without permission.

On Sept. 24, a New Franklin woman was transported to a local hospital for a psychological evaluation after she reportedly cut her wrist with a knife during an argument with her husband.

A Redbird Terrace woman told police on Sept. 24 that he heard a crashing sound outside his home between 5:00 and 5:30 p.m. He later was notified by a neighbor that someone had rammed into his mailbox.

Police were investigating a hit-skip accident on South Turkeyfoot Road on Sept. 23. An officer found $22 in a ditch near the accident scene.


On Oct. 1, a Proctor Road woman told police someone used her identity to open several credit card accounts. She found approximately $3,000 in charges were made at numerous locations. One of the transactions was linked to her son’s email account, she said. Police were investigating.

Copper pipe and a dehumidifier were reported stolen Oct. 1 from a vacant home in the 1700 block of Massillon Road.

The manager of a South Arlington Road store called police on Oct. 1 to report that a bald white male in his early 20s left with an $89 cellphone without paying for it.

On Sept. 30, a Stow man told police while he was visiting his girlfriend on Laverne Lane someone stole his daughters’ bicycles. He later found the bikes damaged in a woods nearby. One of the bikes was spray-painted with black paint and the other was struck with an unknown object.

A Strand Avenue man called police Sept. 30 after he saw two neighbor kids throwing rocks at his vehicles and garage door, causing multiple dents. The juveniles’ guardian agreed to pay for the damages.

A manager of an East Waterloo Road business told police when he came to work on Sept. 30, he found the front door unlocked. Checking further, he found the safe had been tampered with, but nothing appeared to be missing.

On Sept. 29, police responded to a call of an unwanted person at a South Arlington Road gas station. Officers were told a homeless man was continually loitering on the property and asked multiple times to leave. Police charged the 65-year-old man with criminal trespass and released him with a court summons.

An Akron woman, 42, was arrested on a felony drug possession charge Sept. 28 after police said they found her with methamphetamine during a traffic stop on East Waterloo Road. She also was charged with possession of drug abuse instruments and drug paraphernalia after police reportedly found three hypodermic needles and a scale in her car. Her companion, a 32-year-old Akron man, was arrested on an active warrant and turned over to Summit County sheriff’s deputies.


On Sept. 29, a Lakeside Drive man told police his neighbor was shooting objects out of his windows. Upon investigation, police found three vehicles with window damage. They also found three marbles and a rock at the scene.

A Hartville woman, 47, was charged Sept. 29 with child endangering. Police said she left her 3-year-old son alone in an unlocked car while she was shopping at a Canton Road department store.

A Mogadore man reported his wallet was stolen while he was inside a Canton Road gaming parlor on Sept. 28. The wallet contained his driver’s license, Social Security card, and a $20 bill.

On Sept. 24, a Catherine Avenue woman told police she sold an item online and shortly after two women in a tan sedan came over and picked up the item. After they left, she realized they paid her with a real $20 bill and a fake one.


On Oct. 2, a Kaufman Avenue woman called police after she found her mailbox had been damaged. She found pieces of the mailbox in her yard along with a license plate. Police traced the plate to the car’s owner who admitted running into the mailbox the night before. Police filed charges against the owner for failure to control and hit-skip.

A Pontius Road woman reported $230 and a keychain were stolen from her home Oct. 1.

A guitar valued at $500 was reported stolen Sept. 30 from a Grovemont Street Northwest home.

While responding to a 911 hang-up call at a Sweitzer Street home Sept. 29, police arrested a 35-year-old Beloit man on two warrants and released him to Akron police.

Six tables valued at $300 were reported stolen Sept. 28 from an outside reserved vendors location at an Edison Street flea market.

Police arrested two people during a traffic stop on Cleveland Avenue Sept. 27. A 30-year-old Akron woman, a passenger in the car, was turned over to Hudson police on a warrant for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. The driver, a 23-year-old Springfield Township man, was charged with driving under suspension and having a burned out license plate light. He was released with a court summons and his car was towed.


On Sept. 28, police responded to a hit-skip accident at Woodland Street and Crestmont Avenue. A vehicle went off the road and struck a resident’s culvert, causing damage to the culvert and driveway. Police found parts at the scene with serial numbers indicating the vehicle is a Mazda 3 between the years 2014 and 2016.

Someone slashed two tires on a car parked overnight at a Lake Street apartment complex Sept. 26.

A North Canton woman reported a bottle of oxycodone pills was stolen from her locker while she was at the YMCA on King Church Avenue Sept. 23.