Someone broke into a water machine outside a South Main Street grocery store on Oct. 23. An unknown amount of money was reported stolen.
A South Arlington Road man reported Oct. 23 that someone stole all the Asian pears off a tree in his yard.
A 29-year-old Massillon woman was arrested in the city on Oct. 23 on a warrant charging her with felony domestic violence. She was transported to the Summit County Jail and booked.
A Boogie board writing tablet and a vehicle owner’s manual were reported stolen Oct. 23 from an unlocked vehicle on Everbright Drive.
A Jarvis Road man found a wallet on top of his trash can on Oct. 22 and took it to the sheriff’s substation on East Turkeyfoot Lake Road. An identification inside the wallet showed it belonged to a Bayview Terrace man. When contacted, the man told deputies he lost the wallet while he was at an Arlington Ridge restaurant a few days before. A credit card and $100 were missing from the wallet, he said.
Deputies issued an arrest warrant Oct. 22 for a 35-year-old New Franklin man charged with telecommunications harassment. He is accused of sending threatening text messages to a Pickle Road woman.
On Oct. 19, a Thursby Road woman reported someone used her debit card number to make an unauthorized $127 purchase online.
A Cayugas Drive man, 37, was arrested during a traffic stop on South Main Street Oct. 19. A computer check showed he was driving under suspension and had outstanding warrants for violation of a protection order. He was charged for the suspended license and taken to the Summit County Jail on the warrants.
An elderly Hartford Lane man was swindled out of $14,800 after he was contacted by two men in what started as a computer virus scam. According to reports, over the course of three days, the two men persuaded the Hartford Lane man to purchase four gift cards of various large amounts and provide them with the serial numbers.
Two people panhandling at the Arlington Ridge plaza on Oct. 19 were arrested after they were found with outstanding warrants.
A Sara Drive man, 45, was arrested at his home on Oct. 18 on a felony warrant out of the Summit County Sheriff’s Office.
An Akron woman, 58, was charged Oct. 18 with theft. Police said she attempted to leave an Arlington Ridge department store with a shopping cart filled with more than $400 worth of clothing and other items. She was issued a court summons and released.
On Oct. 23, a South Arlington Road man called deputies after he returned home to find his estranged wife inside his house in violation of a protection order. The 58-year-old woman was arrested and transported to the Summit County Jail.
An Akron man, 36, was arrested on Manchester Road Oct. 23 on a warrant charging him with aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony and probation violation. He was booked into the Summit County Jail.
On Oct. 22, a Willowedge Drive woman reported someone stole two checks from her mailbox and cashed them. Deputies were investigating.
An East Caston Road man, 32, was charged Oct. 21 with theft. His father told deputies the man sold a refrigerator from a home he was renting to him on Glencoe Boulevard.
An Akron woman, 35, was arrested on Peach Street Oct. 21 after she was found with a warrant for failure to appear on an aggravated drug possession charge. She was transported to the Summit County Jail and booked.
Deputies investigated a breaking and entering at a social center on Krebs Drive Oct. 18. According to reports, the intruder or intruders left with a cash register that had no money in it.
A South Arlington Road woman, 56, was charged with domestic violence Oct. 17 after she was accused of assaulting her husband during a quarrel at their home. She was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail.
Police responded to complaints of an underage drinking party at a Grove Road home Oct. 19. The party was broken up and the teens were released to their parents or guardians. No charges were filed in the incident.
During a traffic stop on Manchester Road Oct. 18, police arrested a 64-year-old man on a felony warrant out of the Summit County Sheriff’s Office. The man was a passenger in a car stopped for a lane-crossing violation. During a body search, police found him in possession of a suspected illicit drug. He was charged with drug possession and turned over to sheriff’s deputies on the warrant. The driver of the car was charged for the traffic offense and driving with a suspended license.
On Oct. 16, police were called to a Cleveland-Massillon Road home after a woman reported her boyfriend struck her in the face during an argument. The boyfriend had left before an officer arrived. The woman had no visible injuries, according to the officer. During a later phone conversation, the boyfriend admitted to the argument but denied striking the woman. Due to conflicting statements and no physical evidence, no charges were filed.
A Vanderhoof Road man, 51, was booked into the Summit County Jail Oct. 15 on a domestic violence charge. His girlfriend told police the man threw her to the ground, punched her repeatedly in the face, and tore a chunk of hair out of her head. She also said he ripped her earrings off and smashed her cellphone. Police said the woman had a knot on her head and hair missing from the back of her head.
On Oct. 22, the owner of an East Waterloo Road bar told police one of his employees broke both side-view mirrors on his vehicle in the parking lot. Two witnesses reported seeing the employee in the act. The owner said if the employee agreed to pay for the damages, he would be content with that. The employee told police she would contact the owner and make arrangements to begin payments.
A Coach Lane woman, 42, was charged with domestic violence Oct. 22 after her daughter accused her of throwing plates and bowls at her, then pushing her onto a bed and hitting her all over her body.
A Utica Avenue man, 49, was booked into the Summit County Jail Oct. 22 on charges of breaking and entering, possession of criminal tools and theft. Police found the man inside a vacant home on Oneida Trail after a neighbor reported seeing him enter carrying a pair of bolt cutters. During his arrest, the man was found with a pair of pliers and a rope, which he admitted he found in the house. The bolt cutters were discovered in the basement.
On Oct. 20, police were called to a South Arlington Road restaurant after two men and a woman left without paying their dining bill. Officers located the woman and one of the men at a nearby hotel. The 29-year-old woman of Akron was charged with theft. The man, identified as a 28-year-old from Kent, reportedly pushed away from officers and became aggressive with them. He was charged with theft and resisting arrest. Both were released with a court summons. The second man, a 31-year-old of Akron, was found shortly after and charged with theft and released to Akron police on a felony warrant.
A Dangel Avenue man told police Oct. 19 a Loma Drive man has been trespassing on his property and sending him threatening text messages. He said the man is currently living with his daughter and he does not want him at his house. Officers were unable to reach the Loma Drive man at the time of the report.
An Akron woman, 58, was charged Oct. 19 with theft and criminal trespass. Police said she was caught trying to shoplift two potted plants from a South Arlington Road department store. She had been banned from the store for a previous incident.
A Lakemore woman reported her cellphone and case were stolen while she was at a South Arlington Road department store Oct. 19. She told police whoever took the phone later called her husband and then hung up.
A Barberton woman told police Oct. 19 she found copper pipes missing from the water tank at a home she had just purchased on Jordan Lane.
A West Virginia woman, 35, was charged with theft, obstructing official business, possession of drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and tampering with evidence. Police were called to a South Arlington Road department store after the woman was reportedly seen leaving with stolen merchandise. She was apprehended a short time later at a nearby store. During her arrest, she put up a small fight with officers attempting to search her for hidden drugs. Police later found drugs under her ring and also a needle hidden in the floorboard of her car.
A man stole $448 worth of tools from a South Arlington Road home improvement store, according to an Oct. 18 report.
A Myersville Road woman reported $2,000 in jewelry and $15 in collectible coins were stolen from her home over the past three months. She suspects her adopted son who was temporarily living with her at the time. Police were investigating.
A 35-year-old Beloit man wanted on a felony warrant out of Akron was arrested at a Sweitzer Street home on Oct. 23.
A Cove Street man was bilked out of $899 after responding to a computer virus scam, according a to an Oct. 22 report.
Police issued a theft warrant for a 43-year-old Carrollton man Oct. 19. Police said he stole a customer’s phone at an Edison Street hardware store after the customer set it down while shopping.
A portable basketball hoop valued at $200 was reported stolen Oct. 14 from outside an Estate Avenue home.