Sept. 30, A West Turkeyfoot Lake Road woman reported
suspects broke into her residence and stole $400 cash.
A man living at an interim residential
facility on South Main Street reported Oct. 2 that an
unknown suspect used his identity to incur more than
$3,000 worth of medical bills.
Deputies investigated a suspicious
person at a Manchester Road location Oct. 2 and arrested
the woman on a felony warrant.
On Oct. 2, deputies patrolling
South Main Street stopped the driver of a vehicle whose
license plates had expired and determined the plates
had been altered and the driver was under several license
suspensions. A tow inventory of the car revealed a bag
containing a rock of crack cocaine, a glass pipe and
copper tubing. The driver was arrested for having fictitious
and expired license plates, driving under suspension
and possession of drugs and paraphernalia.
The manager of a South Arlington
Road car wash reported Oct. 3 that a man in a white
Ford Bronco paid for service with a counterfeit $50
bill, which deputies confiscated.
A passenger in a vehicle stopped
for a traffic violation at the corner of South Main
Street and Waterloo Road Oct. 3 was arrested on a warrant
for contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
A North Turkeyfoot Lake Road
man reported Oct. 3 that his yellow 1997 Lincoln Town
Car was stolen from outside his residence the previous
Deputies arrested a Wads-worth
man for cruelty to animals Oct. 3 after a witness driving
on state Route 224 reported he observed the suspect
hold an orange and tan cat outside the driver’s
window and drop it on the highway. According to the
witness, the cat ran away.
A Nancy Avenue woman reported
suspects damaged two tires on a vehicle outside her
home Oct. 4.
Deputies responded to an alarm
drop at a Manchester Road
business Oct. 4 and determined suspects had cut electrical
and telephone lines leading to the building but had
not gained entry.
A Manchester Road man reported
Oct. 4 that he served eviction papers to a woman who
was living with him and she called his cell phone and
threatened to kill him. Deputies advised the woman not
to contact the victim again.
by Maggie DeMellier
investigated a report filed Sept. 27 by a Green High
School student who said another student assaulted him
outside the gym.
A woman reported a man exited
a vehicle in an Enterprise Parkway parking lot Sept.
28 and pounded on her window as she sat in the driver’s
seat of her car, yelling at her about a traffic offense
she allegedly committed on Interstate 77. Deputies spoke
to the suspect, who admitted yelling at the victim,
and advised him to have no contact with her. She was
advised to contact the prosecutor’s office to
A Golden Wood Way woman reported
Oct. 2 that suspects used her credit card numbers to
make purchases at a department store.
Suspects stole three rolls of
insulation from a home under construction on Stoney
Pointe Drive Oct 3.
Deputies investigated an Oct.
3 report filed by an airline employee who said suspects
disconnected a smoke alarm in the cargo section of an
airplane. It appeared the disconnection could have occurred
Suspects entered a Fireside Drive
residence the night of Oct. 3 and stole a $1,500 laptop
computer, credit cards, a driver’s license and
A Boettler Road woman called
deputies to her home Oct. 3 and reported a man struck
her in the face and arm, causing visible injuries. Deputies
photographed the victim’s injuries and signed
a warrant for domestic violence against the Akron man,
who fled before officers arrived. Deputies
are seeking suspects who damaged three vehicles by scratching
words on the vehicles outside a Steese Road school Oct.
A Cedar Ridge Trail man reported
his brother struck him in the head with a soft drink
can during an argument Oct. 5, causing an injury. Deputies
arrested the suspect for domestic violence.
On Oct. 5, an employee of a Massillon
Road storage facility reported suspects stole a cellular
phone, Social Security card, birth certificate and driver’s
license from his office while he was at lunch.
by Maggie DeMellier
are investigating a rash of counterfeit check-cashing
incidents at a Canton Road retail shop. The incidents
have occurred between Sept. 23 and Oct. 2 and have involved
values around $500 and one for almost $15,000. The five
male and female suspects, ranging in age from mid-20s
to mid-30s, have used stolen driver’s licenses
in their attempts to cash the checks.
A secretary at Springfield High
School called police Oct. 4 after finding a 243-caliber
Winchester bullet inside a package delivered by a commercial
— Compiled by Maria
NEW FRANKLIN: A
West Turkeyfoot Lake Road man reported Oct. 2 that someone
forcibly entered his home and also took a TV that was
left in his driveway. Police found blood on the TV and
inside the residence.
On Oct. 3, a 17-year-old Manchester
Road male was assaulted and choked by two unknown males
and one unknown female. The matter was turned over to
Portage Lakes State Park rangers.
A Renninger Road woman reported
she found a white T-shirt with blood on it in a ditch
at her residence Oct. 4.
A Lodi man reported Oct. 6 that
a window in his vehicle was broken while it
was parked in a Manchester Road
parking lot, causing $100 in damage.
A Massillon man found a wallet
on West Turkeyfoot Lake and Pickle roads Oct. 6 and
turned it in to police.
A Barberton man was arrested
on West Turkeyfoot Lake Road Oct. 6 for driving while
having an insurance-related suspension of his driver’s
A Valleycrest Drive man reported
to police he found a bicycle in the ditch of his front
yard Oct. 7.
Police were dispatched to a Redbird
Terrace residence regarding a welfare check Oct. 7.
Police spoke with a woman, who said her husband was
inside the residence and was on drugs while she was
locked out. The woman attempted to break into the residence
by using a sledge hammer. Police were able to gain entry
into the residence and found the husband was not at
A Manchester Road man called
police to report he found a cell phone and socks on
his property Oct. 9. —
by Joyce Rainey Long
Canton Road gas station employee reported someone drove
off without paying for $20 worth of gas Oct. 2.
A South Arlington Road restaurant
employee reported three young females left without paying
a $48.80 breakfast tab Oct. 2. Police determined the
vehicle they drove off in bore plates that did not match
the description of the car to which it was attached.
Also on that day, a Bey Road
woman reported a handyman she hired to do some work
on her home took off with more than $300 in tools she
purchased for the project, and the man also failed to
finish the job.
Police are searching for a 42-year-old
Cuyahoga Falls woman who left a Canton Road gas station
without paying for $50 worth of gas she pumped into
her vehicle Oct. 2.
On Oct. 3, an Albrecht Avenue
resident reported his shed was broken into and $200
worth of tools was taken.
Police charged a Sumner
Street husband and wife with theft
and criminal trespassing for attempting to steal the
aluminum siding from a Portage Line Road home Oct. 3.
Police arrested 15-year-old and
13-year-old females, both of Pickle Road, for theft
after they reportedly attempted to take more than $300
worth of items from a South Arlington Road department
store Oct. 3.
A Klages Boulevard resident reported
that someone stole the license plate from his motorcycle
A Shadybrook Avenue woman reported
she awoke to three gunshots in the early morning hours
Oct. 4. Her boyfriend, who she said has threatened her,
allegedly fired the rounds into her vehicle.
Police issued a warrant for a
47-year-old Pressler Road man for assaulting the son
of his live-in girlfriend Oct. 5.
An Abington Road resident reported
someone stole $500 Bose speakers from his garage Oct.
A Carper Avenue man reported
someone also broke into his garage and stole drills,
valued at $160.
— Compiled by Maria