On Oct. 10, a Treeview Drive woman reported someone shattered her car’s windshield, causing an estimated $300 in damage.

A Kentucky man staying at a Chenoweth Road hotel reported Oct. 9 that someone stole the license plate off his car in the parking lot.

On Oct. 7, deputies were dispatched to a South Arlington Road store after an employee reported a man wearing a black hat and white shirt fled out the door with clothing he did not pay for. Deputies located a man matching the description at a nearby bus stop. He was found with eleven pieces of clothing with the security tags still attached, police said. Deputies charged the 48-year-old with theft and released him with a court summons.

A 14-year-old female student at Green High School was charged Oct. 6 with assault. She is accused of punching a 19-year-old woman in the face during an argument. The incident was captured on surveillance video.

Four necklace and ring sets valued at $2,400 were reported stolen Oct. 6 after someone broke into a Mayfair Road apartment. An air conditioner unit was removed from a first floor bedroom window to gain entry, a report said.

An Akron man, 19, was charged with theft Oct. 6 at an Arlington Ridge department store. Deputies said he left without paying for a pair of boots and two electronic items worth a total of $112.

A TV, hammer chisel, miter saw, and miscellaneous hand tools, total value $2,400, were reported stolen Oct. 6 from a home in the 4800 block of Firwood Ave.

A Maple Heights man, 45, was charged Oct. 5 with aggravated menacing. The man’s ex-spouse, who resides on Moore Road, told deputies the man began sending threatening test message to her and her boyfriend after he was denied visitation rights to see their children. In one message, he told her boyfriend he would rip body parts off him and shove them down his neck. He also threatened to break both of the man’s legs. The ex-spouse said the man also made threats of physically harming her.

Deputies were called to investigate a break-in at a RV rental business on Raber Road Oct. 5. Deputies said the thief or thieves cut the security fence to enter the lot. Multiple campers were broken into. Two flat-screen TVs and sound bars were reported taken.

A Canton man told deputies he left his wallet in his car’s center consul when he went into work on Greensburg Road Oct. 4. When he later returned to his car, he found the wallet containing credit cards, $1,300 and other items was gone. 


A Barberton man, 30, was arrested on State Road Oct. 9 on a warrant charging him with a probation violation, a fourth-degree felony. He was booked into the Summit County Jail.

An East Waterloo Road man, 49, was charged Oct. 6 with criminal trespassing. Deputies said he was seen wandering around in the backyard of a neighbor’s property. He told officers he had been going to the property for the past several weeks to drink beer and loiter in the woods.

On Oct. 5, a Bell Isle Drive man reported his neighbor’s dog that looks like a pit bull came onto his property and attempted to bite his dog. While he was trying to keep the two dogs apart, the neighbor’s dog tried to bite him on the leg, he said. When questioned about the matter, the neighbor said he thought his invisible fence would keep his dog from getting loose. He agreed to keep his dog on a leash from now on. He was warned he would be issued a citation if his dog got loose again.


While responding to a 911 call at a Manchester Road home Oct. 6, police found a 35-year-old man at the home in violation of a protection order. He was arrested and taken to the Summit County Jail.

A 31-year-old Akron man was arrested for criminal trespass Oct. 5. His father told police the man father showed up at his Vanderhoof Road home and yelled threats at him from a breezeway door. The man had been warned repeatedly in the past to stay off his father’s property.

A 2012 BMW motorcycle was reported stolen Oct. 3 from the garage of a Swigart Road home. The victim believes the theft occurred sometime between 10:45 p.m. and 5:22 a.m.

Police were called to investigate a break-in at a West Turkeyfoot Lake Road bar on Oct. 1. The manager told officers someone gained entry to the building by breaking an upstairs window. Some items were reported taken.

Also on Oct. 1, a Taylor Road man reported someone broke into a tool trailer outside his home and stole miscellaneous tools and equipment.

Police arrested a 36-year-old man on a warrant Sept. 30 after he was picked up by Canton police during a traffic stop. At the Summit County Jail prior to being booked, the man reportedly told an officer he had a bag of methamphetamine hidden inside his shorts. After the drug was located, police filed additional charges against the man for drug abuse, possession of drugs, and illegal conveyance of prohibited items into a government facility.


On Oct. 9, a Seneca Trail man called police after he alleged a Meadow Drive man hit him in the back with a rock while he was walking on Hillstock Avenue. Shortly after, an officer located the Meadow Drive man riding a bicycle and attempted to stop him. The man did not come to a stop until the officer warned him he would be Tasered if he didn’t comply. Due to conflicting stories and no third-party witnesses, no assault charges were filed against the man. He was charged with obstructing official business for not immediately complying and released with a court summons.

A Lakemore man, 35, was charged Oct. 9 with assault. Police said during a custody exchange outside a Canton Road business, the man ran out of his car and punched another man repeatedly in the head.

On Oct. 7, an Oneida Trail woman called police after her 38-year-old niece came to her home uninvited and started an argument. She did the same thing the week before, she said, and was told not to return. Police contacted the niece and advised her to stay away from her aunt’s property or she would be charged with criminal trespass.

A 2009 Honda motorcycle valued at $1,000 reported stolen Oct. 7 from a driveway in the 2200 block of Sypher Road. The owner said the plates on the bike expired over two years ago.

A Settlers Lane business owner told police Oct. 6 that someone wrote six fraudulent checks on the company account and cashed them for a total of $10,200. Police were investigating.

An Akron man, 36, was arrested on Utica Avenue Oct. 5 on a warrant for failure to appear on a felony drug possession charge. He was turned over to sheriff’s deputies and taken to the Summit County Jail.

Three Akron women were arrested on shoplifting charges Oct. 4 at a South Arlington Road department store. Police said they failed to scan $188 worth of merchandise at a self-checkout register. On the same day at the store, a 20-year-old Akron man was charged for allegedly eating meat in the deli department without paying for it.

A Munroe Falls woman, 33, was arrested Oct. 3 on felony charges of forgery, identity fraud and misuse of a credit card. She is accused of fraudulently using her grandmother’s credit cards to rack up more than $14,000 worth of charges. The credit cards were reported stolen from her grandmother’s North Jackson Boulevard home in September, according to a report.

An Akron man, 38, was arrested Oct. 3 on charges of felony possession of drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and endangering children. Police were called to a South Arlington Road hotel after the man’s 2-year-old daughter was seen alone on a second-story balcony. Upon entering the room, officers found the man asleep on the bed with his 1-year-old daughter. They also detected an odor of marijuana in the room. The man surrendered a marijuana cigarette. During a search, police found a tin containing methamphetamine along with a pipe. Children’s Services were called to remove the children from the scene.