WEST AKRON: Police investigated housebreaking studies July 28 within the 1700 block of Dominion Drive; July 31 within the 500 block of Colfax Place and the 800 block of Whittier Avenue; Aug. 1 within the 1-100 block of Westgate Circle; and Aug. four within the 100 block of Western Avenue.
On July 25, police investigated a report shot was fired at a Baughman Avenue residence and decided a bullet had penetrated an inside wall of the house, however no bullets, shell casings or firearms have been discovered on the scene.
Officers responded to a third-party name July 25 stating a girl at a Sundown View Drive residence had a gun pointed at her head by a person who lives there, and the sufferer was on the cellphone with the caller, who was unsure of the home quantity however described a automobile that must be within the driveway. Police positioned a residence with a automobile that match the outline outdoors and performed an investigation, however discovered the right home was throughout the road, and the sufferer was not there. She had gone to a Copley location the place she labored, and officers contacted the Copley Police Division, whose officers checked on the welfare of the girl and acknowledged she was high-quality. Officers questioned the person, who acknowledged he didn’t have a gun and police searched the residence and located no weapons.
A girl reported her brother assaulted her whereas they have been outdoors a West Market Avenue bar July 25. She had a minor facial damage, however she declined expenses and police have been unable to find her brother.
Police responded to a name from a Stoner Avenue girl who stated her boyfriend assaulted her, ripped her shirt and took her cellphone July 25. She fled from the residence and went to a close-by enterprise to name police, who noticed her torn clothes and an damage constant together with her report and interviewed the person, who denied assaulting her. The person, who was needed on a felony warrant, was arrested for home violence and brought to the Summit County Jail.
Officers investigated the theft of a person within the parking zone of a enterprise within the 1200 block of Copley Street July 26. The sufferer reported an unknown man approached him from behind, knocked him to the bottom, kicked him quite a few occasions and took a laptop computer pc, digital pill and cellphone from his backpack earlier than fleeing in a ready automobile.
A person reported he was strolling on South Maple Avenue July 27 when a automobile pulled up beside him and somebody demanded cash. He stated he believed the girl within the passenger seat flashed a gun. He gave his cash and cellphone to the driving force, who sped away on Copley Street.
Police investigated a report by a Norton man, who stated he attended a ball recreation at a location on Peckham Avenue July 28, parked his pickup truck outdoors at 7 p.m. and found at 9 p.m. that it had been stolen. He acknowledged the automobile was not locked and the important thing was inside. The automobile was positioned on Himelright Avenue, and the proprietor was suggested that it was parked on the road and locked. The proprietor had no different key, and the automobile was towed.
On July 30 at 6 p.m., police responded to a number of studies of pictures being fired from a automobile on Interstate 77 close to the Copley Street exit. Officers positioned the automobile and tried to cease the driving force, who sped away and exited on Vernon Odom Boulevard, the place police initiated a site visitors cease. The motive force refused to cease, continued on Vernon Odom Boulevard, made a U-turn over a middle divide, sped away in the other way and crashed the automobile. Two males exited the automobile and jumped into a close-by retaining pond. Police arrange a fringe across the pond and ordered them out. A Stuber Avenue man was transported to a hospital by EMS, the place he was evaluated for accidents and launched. The motive force, from Parkgate Drive, was charged with felony fleeing, and each males have been taken to the police station, the place they denied participating within the taking pictures. They have been charged with felonious assault and obstruction of official enterprise and brought to the Summit County Jail. The second automobile, which crashed close to I-77 and Copley Street, was discovered unoccupied with bullet holes.
A girl reported she left her automobile with the engine working beside a gasoline pump at a station on South Hawkins Avenue at 1:30 a.m. Aug. 2 and went to the window to buy gasoline. She turned to see a person soar into the driving force’s seat and drive away in her automobile, which contained two cellphones.
An Akron man who sped away from a site visitors cease Aug. three bailed from his automobile within the 1100 block of Courtland Avenue, fled on foot and was apprehended after a quick foot pursuit. Police recovered a loaded gun from his flight path and charged him with carrying a hid weapon, having a weapon whereas below incapacity attributable to a felony conviction, possession of a defaced firearm and obstruction of official enterprise. He was launched with a court docket summons.
BATH: A girl who allegedly took meat from a show, tried to return it for a refund, which was denied, and left the shop with out paying, was arrested July 24. She was charged with theft of merchandise, value $857, from the Medina Street retailer. She was needed on a warrant by a police company that declined to choose her up, and she or he was launched with a court docket summons. The identical day, she reportedly did the identical factor on the chain’s retailer in Norton, the place police considered video surveillance of the incident July 25 and signed a warrant for her arrest.
Police investigated a report of vandalism at a Medina Street lodge July 24, when an unknown individual gained entry to a locked room and broken every thing in it. Police discovered blood on the scene, apparently induced when the individual broke mirrors and glass image frames.
On July 27, police responded to a report of street rage involving drivers of two autos on Interstate 77. One driver acknowledged the opposite one pulled a gun and pointed it at him. Officers positioned that driver, who had a weapon, and stopped him on Springside Drive. He admitted he had two BB weapons and he pointed considered one of them on the different driver. Police decided the incident started in Bedford Heights and continued on Interstate 271 and I-77, and notified Ohio State Freeway Patrol officers, who investigated and charged each drivers with disorderly conduct.
Staff of a Springside Drive lodge gave police a bag of marijuana that was present in a vacant room July 27.
A Sandin Drive man reported July 27 his automobile was stolen from his storage the earlier evening and a second automobile within the storage was ransacked. He acknowledged golf golf equipment and a checkbook have been in his automobile. Police entered details about it right into a nationwide database for stolen autos.
Police patrolling North Cleveland-Massillon Street July 27 noticed an erratic driver crash into the rear of one other automobile. Officers spoke to the drivers, who declined EMS, and the at-fault driver, who exhibited indicators of intoxication, failed a area sobriety check and had an elevated BAC stage, was arrested for DUI, given a court docket summons and transported to her dwelling, in accordance with the police report.
On July 31, police responded to a dispute involving a Sourek Street man and a employee his landlord had employed to chop timber on the property. The 2 males have been concerned in a bodily altercation and one man reportedly punched the opposite. The sufferer declined expenses and police suggested the tenant that the property proprietor had employed the employee to chop timber on the rental property.
Two males have been concerned in a struggle on the basketball court docket of a Springside Drive health heart July 31. The supervisor canceled the membership of 1 man and agreed to offer video surveillance of the incident to police.
Police investigated a suspicious automobile within the parking zone of a closed North Cleveland-Massillon Street enterprise at three a.m. Aug. 1. Officers discovered a girl slumped over the steering wheel and a child within the again seat. Officers woke the girl, who gave the impression to be below the affect of a substance, and transported the girl and child to the police station, the place she offered a organic pattern for a drug check. She and the child left with a relative who got here to the police station to choose them up.
COPLEY: A person and girl have been arrested for felony drug possession July 23 after a Ok-9 officer alerted police to the presence of contraband throughout a site visitors cease on Medina Street and officers recovered methamphetamine from the automobile. The passenger retrieved methamphetamine and paraphernalia from her bra and surrendered it to police. Each suspects have been taken to the Barberton Metropolis Jail.
A driver stopped for lane violations on Medina Street July 24 was arrested for driving below suspension, launched with a court docket summons and his automobile was towed.
Police patrolling Montrose West Avenue July 24 stopped the driving force of a automobile with a damaged windshield and arrested him for driving below suspension. He and a feminine passenger have been charged with possession of methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and two narcotic tablets that have been discovered within the automobile throughout a tow stock. Each have been taken to the Barberton Metropolis Jail.
Following a site visitors cease on Medina Street July 24, a person who was needed by the Summit County Sheriff’s Workplace on a felony drug warrant was arrested for driving below suspension and suggested Ok-9 officer was on the scene. He admitted there have been heroin, marijuana and hypodermic needles within the automobile. Police retrieved the contraband, charged him with possession of marijuana and drug abuse devices and suggested him that felony expenses can be added as soon as the suspected heroin was recognized by a lab. The Summit County Jail was unable to confess him on the felony warrant and he was launched with a court docket summons.
On July 25, police investigated the theft of a catalytic converter from a automobile parked within the lot of a Hunt Membership Drive house complicated.
Police responded to a report man refused to depart a Rothrock Street motel July 25 and spoke to the person, who acknowledged his refusal was because of the theft of his backpack, which contained his treatment and a firearm. Officers accomplished a theft report.
Officers investigated studies of auto tampering at a Meadow Run location July 25, when three individuals reported their autos had been ransacked the earlier evening and one man reported a pistol had been stolen from his automobile.
A Karl Drive resident reported July 25 bicycle was stolen from the driveway. A witness reported seeing a person wearing black journey away on the bike at three:40 a.m.
A person reported July 25 he found a firearm was lacking from containers within the storage of a Copley Street house complicated whereas he was transferring in.
Police investigated a report of assault July 26, when the mom of the sufferer reported her daughter was assaulted by a girl who accompanied her ex-boyfriend to her Ryewood Avenue dwelling for a custody alternate. The sufferer had left to obtain remedy at a hospital.
A Remington Avenue girl reported July 27 that somebody broken her mailbox and destroyed her mail. Police decided an unknown individual had tried to explode the mailbox by putting a firecracker inside it. Officers canvassed the neighborhood to find out whether or not different residents skilled vandalism.
FAIRLAWN: Following a site visitors cease on South Cleveland-Massillon Street July 23, police decided the driving force was needed on warrants from the Akron and Fairlawn police departments. He had failed to finish bail necessities in reference to prior arrests and the Akron man was taken to the Summit County Jail.
In separate incidents July 24, a Sumner Avenue man was arrested for theft of sun shades from a Medina Street retailer and a White Pond Drive man was arrested for theft of merchandise value $136 from the identical retailer. Each males got court docket summonses and launched.
Police responded to a report girl had locked herself within the toilet of a Bancroft Drive residence for an prolonged time period July 24. Police tried to contact her and tried to open the door, which she had blocked with heavy furnishings. Officers kicked open the door, discovered her unconscious on the ground from an obvious drug overdose and administered Narcan, which revived her. Officers discovered drug abuse devices and a bag of white powder, which she admitted was heroin. She appeared to have a relapse and EMS transported her to a hospital. Police took the contraband and positioned it into an proof locker.
A Barberton girl who allegedly didn’t scan objects value $34 on the self-checkout lane of a West Market Avenue retailer July 24 and left with the objects was charged with theft and launched with a court docket summons.
Mall safety officers reported a Barberton man who had been banned from the mall was in a retailer July 27. The shop supervisor reported the person uncovered himself, broken six shirts with lubricant on his palms and discharged bodily fluid on the ground. He was arrested for public indecency, legal damaging and trespassing and launched with a court docket summons.
Police have been referred to as to a struggle involving a person and girl at an Embassy Parkway lodge July 28, when the events acknowledged it was a verbal disagreement. The supervisor evicted the couple from the lodge and the Arnold Avenue man was launched to the Barberton Police Division on a warrant.
Police arrested two girls, from East South Avenue and Manchester Street, for theft July 28 for reportedly concealing merchandise value $71 in a purse and leaving a West Market Avenue retailer with out paying for it. They got court docket summonses and launched.
Loss prevention brokers at a Medina Street retailer reported July 29 girl who had been banned from the shop had left with out paying for merchandise. Police positioned her within the parking zone and she or he fled to a close-by plaza and struggled with officers, who apprehended her with the assistance of Copley law enforcement officials and charged the Kentucky Avenue girl with theft, resisting arrest and legal trespassing and launched her with a court docket summons.
Additionally on July 29, a Harmony Avenue girl was noticed in a mall retailer from which she had been banned. She was arrested for legal trespassing and launched with a court docket summons. She was needed on warrants in three communities and was suggested to deal with them.
The supervisor of a West Market Avenue retailer reported July 29 a person who had been noticed shoplifting on video surveillance on 5 earlier events was within the retailer and had used his retailer benefit card at a self-checkout lane. Police arrested the Juno Avenue man for theft of things, totaling $133, from all prior events. He was launched with a court docket summons.
A Cleveland Heights girl was summoned to court docket for theft of things from a West Market Avenue retailer July 29. On the identical day, staff reported a person left with out paying for merchandise. A loss prevention agent grabbed some merchandise from the person, and he fled. Police positioned him outdoors one other retailer and apprehended him within the parking zone, the place they discovered a bank card bearing one other individual’s title below a automobile beside him. He acknowledged it belonged to a pal. The Elizabeth Parkway man was given a court docket summons for theft, and police tried to contact the proprietor of the cardboard.
Police patrolling a West Market Avenue parking zone July 30 heard the voices of babies and noticed three youngsters, ages 1, four and 5, within the again seat of a automobile with the home windows partially open. Their father returned to the automobile and the Packard Drive man was given a court docket summons for leaving youngsters unattended in a automobile.
NORTON: On July 23, police reviewed video surveillance from outdoors an Jap Street residence, the place a automobile was egged the earlier evening.
Police investigated the theft of a van containing enterprise gear and instruments value $25,000 from outdoors a Summit Street residence the evening of July 24.
Officers responded to studies of an erratic driver July 25 and positioned her at a Wadsworth Street gasoline station. She exhibited indicators of intoxication and was unable to finish a area sobriety check. She refused to offer identification and struggled with officers, who suggested her she was below arrest for DUI. She continued to battle with police, resisted being positioned in a patrol automobile and used her handcuffs to break a window within the cruiser, in accordance with the police report. An officer needed to place her within the entrance seat of his automobile as a result of the again seat was occupied by his Ok-9 accomplice, who alerted police to the presence of narcotics. Officers discovered the girl’s identification and a white, powdered substance, which was despatched to a lab for testing, with expenses pending these outcomes. The lady reportedly had 4 prior DUI convictions and refused a BAC check. Police requested a warrant to acquire a blood pattern, and a authorized adviser stated it might not be obtained and suggested that she be charged with felony DUI. She was taken to the Barberton Metropolis Jail.
After reviewing video surveillance of an incident at a Greenwich Street retailer, police signed a warrant July 25 for the arrest of a girl for theft. The video confirmed a girl enter the shop with an empty bag July 24, fill it with meat and take it to a customer support counter to get a refund. When the refund was denied, she left the shop with the bag of meat. She was arrested by Tub Township law enforcement officials for doing the identical factor on the chain’s Montrose retailer July 24.
Firefighters extinguished a fireplace in a automobile within the entrance yard of a South Hametown Street residence July 26, and police spoke to 2 males, who stated they got here to the house to mow the garden, parked the automobile below a tree and observed it was on fireplace. The home-owner stated she needed them banned from her property and police suggested the 2 males to not return. Each have been needed on warrants. One man was unable to be picked up and the opposite was launched to the Barberton Police Division.
Additionally on July 26, police responded to a Brookfield Drive residence, the place a girl was pounding on the door and yelling. When police arrived, she was gone, and residents acknowledged she had been instructed to not return. Police suggested them to name if she does.
Officers responded to a Debbie Lane residence July 27, when a male acknowledged somebody on a social media web site tried to persuade him to ship them cash.
An Easton Street man reported July 27 an unknown male spent the evening on his property and tried to enter two autos in his driveway. He offered video surveillance of the incident.
A Creekside Drive man reported July 28 he acquired an account assertion from a financial institution the place he doesn’t have an account. He decided somebody used his identification to open the account.
PENINSULA/BOSTON: On June 1, a girl reported her bicycle was stolen from the again of her automobile in a parking zone on Principal Avenue at roughly 5 p.m. The lady stated she left to eat and observed her bicycle, listed as a brand new Cannondale Fast Girls’s 2 bicycle, was lacking.
A Peninsula Village Police Division officer was dispatched to the Peninsula Quarry June 9 for a report of two individuals trespassing. The officer reportedly noticed a female and male, each juveniles, sitting on a blanket subsequent to the quarry. The officer spoke with the male, who stated the quarry exit gate was open when he arrived. The officer famous the property was clearly marked with “no trespassing” indicators all through the quarry. The male stated he parked his automobile down the road and the pair had walked up state Route 303 to enter the quarry. Officers transported the juveniles to the police division and their dad and mom have been referred to as. The juveniles have been charged with legal trespassing and transported to their automobile on Riverview Street.
On June 11, an officer met with a Boston Township resident who stated he went to a financial institution to make a withdrawal and observed cash was lacking from his debit card account. The person stated he checked the purchases made on his card and found another person had made transactions totaling $529.17 between June three and eight. Additional investigation was pending.
An officer reportedly was driving via Hudson Estates June 13 at 9:30 p.m. when a person flagged him all the way down to report “somebody spitting on his pal’s automobile on the playground.” The person’s pal instructed the officer he believed a person who lived locally had spit on his automobile’s trunk, however he didn’t observe the person doing it. Since nobody had noticed the incident, the officer knowledgeable him no legal expenses might be made, however he may take a report so there was documentation of the alleged incident.
RICHFIELD: Two village staff reported July 21 they acquired emails from a village official’s electronic mail handle requesting that they buy reward playing cards totaling $700. They adopted directions, went to a location and used their private accounts. One worker bought playing cards value $300 and the opposite bought playing cards value $400. They photographed either side of the playing cards and despatched the photographs to a specified individual. They acquired one other request that they use the village bank card to buy extra reward playing cards, and so they realized it was a rip-off. All paperwork and data was offered to police, who’re investigating.
A Brecksville Street man reported July 21 he took his trailer to a enterprise for repairs, and a person who was planning to purchase the trailer from him retrieved the trailer from the enterprise with out his permission. He acknowledged he contacted the person, who stated he was planning to maintain the trailer and make funds on it. He declined expenses however acknowledged he desires the trailer returned if the client fails to pay. Police obtained a duplicate of the automobile title to resolve the matter.
A 3rd occasion referred to as police to a room of a Brecksville Street motel July 21, stating a person and girl have been preventing. Police spoke to the events, who acknowledged it was a verbal argument, and the girl acknowledged she felt secure and needed to stay with the person.
On July 22, police responded to a disturbance at a Brecksville Street gasoline station, the place a person reported a girl took his automobile keys and went right into a restroom. The lady retrieved the keys from the trash and gave them to police, who returned them to the person. The lady reported he had assaulted her, and he denied it and reminded her that there have been surveillance cameras within the space and police would evaluate them. Witnesses acknowledged the 2 had a verbal argument. The supervisor banned each events from the enterprise, the person left in a automobile and the girl made no additional accusations of violence and appeared to don’t have any accidents. Police transported the girl to an Akron shelter and have been contacted later that day by staff of a hospital, the place the girl reported she had been assaulted in Richfield.
Police responded to a report by a girl who stated her boyfriend assaulted her in a room of a Brecksville Street lodge July 23. Officers spoke to the girl, who stated he grabbed her and threw her on the mattress. She appeared to don’t have any accidents, and there was no signal of a battle within the room. She declined expenses, and officers looked for the person, who left earlier than officers arrived.
A girl went to the police station July 23 to report that somebody who has nude photographs of her has been blackmailing her. She acknowledged that if police establish the suspect, she would pursue expenses.
Officers responded to a report man was strolling south within the northbound lane of Interstate 77 July 25 and decided the person was needed on a felony warrant for drug trafficking. Police took him into custody, recovered drug abuse devices and different contraband from his e-book bag, which they positioned into proof, and launched him to Stark County sheriff’s deputies on the warrant.
A person reported July 25 he stayed at his mom’s home on Harold Drive for 2 weeks and found an unauthorized switch of cash from his checking account into hers. Police tried to speak to his mom, however she saved opening the door, refusing to debate it with officers and slamming the door shut. Whereas police have been outdoors, she referred to as the police station and stated her son and his girlfriend wanted to depart her property, and denied that their automobile key was contained in the residence. Police suggested him to acquire a journey, have a impartial third-party discuss to his mom about their belongings and call his financial institution relating to the transaction.
A Brecksville Street man reported July 26 somebody hacked into his cellphone, used it to make purchases in one other state and obtain video surveillance of his youngsters. Police suggested him to contact his cellphone provider and have his cellphone shut down till the matter is resolved.
Additionally on July 26, police responded to a home dispute at a location on I-77 the place a girl reported she and a passenger had an argument after the automobile she was driving ran out of gasoline. Police noticed an older damage on her face, and she or he acknowledged she sustained it throughout an earlier altercation in Cleveland. The passenger was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and launched to the Barberton Police Division on a warrant. The lady declined medical consideration, and she or he was charged with driving below suspension and launched with a court docket summons. Police drove the girl to a gasoline station and launched her to 2 individuals who got here to retrieve the automobile so it wouldn’t need to be towed.
The Peninsula/Boston studies have been compiled by Sean Patrick and the rest by Maggie DeMellier.