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City of Cuyahoga Falls, Crime Reports
Violent Crime:60
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:0
Forcible Rape:11
Robbery:17
Aggravated Assault:32
Property Crime:1,363
Burglary:282
Larceny Theft:1,017
Motor Vehicle Theft:64
Arson:4
City of Cuyahoga Falls, Census Data
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Total population of residents49,652
White resident population recorded46,398
Black or African American resident population recorded1,642
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded84
Asian resident population recorded573
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded6
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded672
Resident population of some other race recorded159
Resident population of two or more races recorded790
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Area police reports — April 19
Summit CountyAkronArrestsA 20-year-old Crane Walk man was charged with carrying a concealed weapon after police said they found him pounding on a residence’s door with a gun.A Madison Avenue man, 35, was charged with obstructing police after officers said he rolled up the windows and locked the doors during a traffic stop. Officers were forced to break the car window to gain access.A 40-year-old Curtis Street man was charged with resisting arrest, willful flee and obstructing official business after police said he led officers on a car chase that ended when he crashed his vehicle. When he exited the vehicle, he became belligerent and was subdued with a Taser, police said.BarbertonArrestsAn Elson Avenue man, 25, was arrested April 7 after a series of thefts in which four ladders, total value $1,050, were stolen from at least three residences.A fight involving a First Street Northwest couple at their residence resulted in the male, 38, being jailed on a charge of felony domestic violence April 6.On April 4, a 27th Street Northwest man, 18, and a male teen, 14, of Mallison Avenue were arrested after a four-wheel ATV, total value $750, was taken from a Wooster Road West location. The adult was jailed on charges of receiving stolen property and obstructing official business; the teen was booked at the Summit County Juvenile Detention Center for receiving stolen property.A Norton Avenue man, 41, was jailed on a charge of domestic violence April 3 after a woman, 33, said he assaulted her.TheftsAn East Ford Avenue resident told police April 5 that five of her checks were stolen and her signature forged and cashed for $970 at an unknown location. The case remains under investigation.A Franklin Avenue man reported April 3 that his wallet containing $750 to pay his rent was missing from the house.Bath TownshipArrestsA woman was charged April 13 with possession of heroin after police were called to a Cleveland-Massillon Road motel to help with the eviction of another woman.A 29-year-old woman was charged March 12 with deception to obtain a dangerous drug and illegal processing of a drug document. She is accused of presenting a forged prescription to a pharmacist at Acme Fresh Market, 3979 Medina Road.A 34-year-old Bath Road man was charged April 12 with domestic violence. He is accused of punching his girlfriend in the eye.Identity theftA Ranchwood Road woman reported April 12 she received an envelope with her name and return address and a different addressee that had been marked “return to sender” and postmarked Oklahoma City, Okla. The envelope contained counterfeit checks containing the woman’s personal information.Coventry TownshipArrestA Daisy Avenue man, 32, was jailed on a charge of domestic violence April 6 after police said he grabbed a woman by the neck and slammed her to the ground.Cuyahoga FallsBurglariesA home in the 200 block of Orrville Avenue was burglarized April 15. Property valued at $600 was taken.An apartment in the 1000 block of Howe Avenue was burglarized April 17. About $870 in property was taken.Criminal damagingAn Akron man reported April 16 that he was traveling south on state Route 8 when someone threw an object from the Portage Trail bridge that shattered his windshield.GreenArrestsA Deerfield man, 43, of Watson Road was booked on a charge of domestic violence April 7 after he and his brother were engaged in an altercation at a Raber Road location, deputies said.The theft of an estimated $1,500 worth of scrap metal resulted in a Stow man, 53, of Fishcreek Road being charged with felony theft April 6. A sheriff’s report indicated the suspect had asked permission to take a dryer sitting alongside a scrap metal bin on Interstate Parkway but was told not to take anything else. The deputy indicated a witness said the suspect came back three times. The scrap was recovered from the bed of the suspect’s truck.New FranklinTheftA $750 flight helmet was reported stolen April 4 from a helicopter display at the Veterans Memorial Park on South Cleveland-Massillon Road. Authorities said the theft occurred March 28 between 4:30 p.m. and midnight.Springfield TownshipArrestsOne of four suspects in a James Avenue home burglary in February was apprehended April 8 on a charge of felony receiving stolen property. Police said the victim reported 120 checks stolen along with a computer, two TV sets and numerous other items. The man arrested is a 34-year-old resident of 12th Street Southwest in Akron.A Cuyahoga Falls couple, ages 34 and 32 of Winter Parkway, were jailed April 5 on warrants for felony theft that occurred in February at the Walmart on South Arlington Road. Merchandise worth $1,071 was stolen.TheftsA $1,000 snow plow was stolen off a pickup truck April 7 at Springfield Auto Sales on Canton Road.A Samuel Road man said April 5 that his mandolin, video game system and 10 games, total value $800, were stolen.A $700 iPad was reported stolen April 4 from a Winter Fern Avenue home.On April 3, police were notified that 174 bronze vases, total value $34,300, had been stolen from grave markers at Hillside Memorial Park on Canton Road.StowArrestsA 9-year-old Williamson Road girl was charged April 7 with delinquency by reason of arson. She is accused of setting fire to a bedroom in her family’s rental home.A 28-year-old Falconswalk Court man was charged April 7 with domestic violence and child endangering. His 30-year-old wife was charged with child endangering. Police said the woman reported that her husband assaulted her. When police arrived, they found damage done by the couple inside the home, endangering their 3-year-old child.A 15-year-old Bedford boy was arrested April 8 on a charge of gross sexual imposition.A 27-year-old North Gilwood Drive man was charged April 14 with domestic violence, disrupting public service, criminal damaging, and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. He is accused of assaulting his girlfriend, disabling the phones so she could not call police and driving away in her van.A 26-year-old Liberty Road man was charged April 12 with domestic violence. He is accused of punching a 63-year-old relative who lives in the home.A Saybrooke Road man, 27, was charged April 14 with identity fraud.A 36-year-old Kent man was charged April 16 with illegal assembly or possession of chemicals used in the manufacturing of drugs. Police reported finding pseudoephedrine, an ingredient used to make methamphetamine, in the man’s car during a traffic stop in the 3300 block of Kent Road.Breaking and enteringSomeone pried open the front doors to rummage sale storage units belonging to Pawsibilities Humane Society of Greater Akron on April 6. Nothing appeared to be taken.Someone broke into Valley Isuzu, 4502 Boyce Parkway, overnight April 3. Nothing appeared to be taken.Identity theft A Leewood Road woman reported April 9 someone used her personal information to file a fraudulent federal tax return.A 47-year-old Serra Vista Drive woman reported April 4 someone used her identification to open a cellular phone account in Florida.TheftAbout $900 was taken April 9 from an apartment in the 2800 block of Graham Road.TallmadgeArrestsA 36-year-old Akron woman was charged April 10 with theft. She is accused of taking steaks valued at more than $150 from Acme, 600 South Ave. She told police she was going to sell the steaks to pay her school tuition.While in the 2800 block of Mogadore Road, contacting potential witnesses of a burglary, police fond components of a methamphetamine lab in a yard and flower bed. The case was turned over to Brimfield police because the house is in the township.TrespassingPolice were called to Goodwill, 75 Midway Plaza, on April 8 for a report of a man following women around the store and making obscene gestures. The man was gone when police arrived. Employees told police the man grabbed a woman on a prior visit to the store and had been told not to return.Misuse of a credit cardA Northeast Avenue woman reported April 10 that someone used her debit card to book a flight on Air Namibia and for other travel related expenses, for a total of more than $1,300.Cuyahoga CountyNorth Royalton VandalismA Somerset Drive resident called police April 17 after he discovered that someone damaged his vehicle by prying open the gas cap and siphoning gasoline.Medina CountyBrunswickBurglaryA Glencove Common resident called police around 3:30 a.m. April 15 after she heard a noise downstairs. A burglar startled by the noise ran off. Police discovered a garage side door was cracked.DisturbanceA Manhattan Court resident called police April 13 to complain that someone pounded on his door and broke the frame. When the resident opened the door, he was confronted by a man in a white tank top and basketball shorts demanding peanut butter. The man ran off before officers arrived.MedinaSchool issueA shotgun shell was found on the sidewalk outside A.I. Root Middle School on April 16.Medina TownshipTheftOfficers were called to a Pearl Road business April 14 after it was discovered that chrome rims were stolen off a 2014 Chevrolet Silverado.Montville TownshipCriminal damageAn Akron resident stopped by the police department April 11 asking for an opinion over whether a chip in the car’s windshield could be from a gunshot. The incident allegedly happened in Akron.WadsworthEntering vehiclesPolice have identified three suspects who witnesses said broke into vehicles in the 600 block of Sparrow Way on April 12. The case is under investigation.Portage CountyKentArrestsA 48-year-old Cleveland man was charged with resisting arrest after police said he resisted as they attempted to arrest him on an assault warrant.A 26-year-old Ravenna man was charged April 13 of falsification, obstruction of official business and resisting arrest.Police charged a Dale Drive woman, 21, with domestic violence April 13.A Cleveland man was arrested on a warrant for illegal use of food stamps April 11.A 31-year-old Kent man was arrested April 8 on Lake Street at Temple Avenue on a charge of felonious assault.A 21-year-old Morris Road man was charged April 7 with possession of LSD and trafficking in marijuana.Stark CountyJackson TownshipArrestsA Malibu Avenue Northwest man, 24, was jailed on a charge of felony domestic violence April 7 after police said he slammed his pregnant wife against a wall multiple times and choked her.Two Frank Avenue Northwest residents — a man, 29, and a woman, 31— were jailed on a charge of domestic violence April 7 following an argument in which police said he pushed her to the ground and she scratched him while their children were in the house.A Glenmont Drive Northwest woman, 60, was jailed on charges of domestic violence, felonious assault and disrupting public services after being accused of punching her husband in the face and unplugging the phone. She also pulled a large knife and went after him, police said. He protected himself with a chair, a report said.Barberton police, using a Jackson warrant, arrested an Akron woman, 27, of Superior Avenue on a charge of passing bad checks. She was turned over to Jackson police for jailing April 6.On April 5, a Lake O’ Springs Avenue Northwest man, 19, was jailed on a charge of domestic violence after an altercation in which he was accused of punching his brother in the face twice and knocking him to the ground.FraudPolice were told April 8 that two people had made fraudulent charges online to purchase $859 worth of items from the Flower Factory on Whipple Avenue Northwest.A Sandrun Circle resident told police April 3 that he received a $1,550 check for an advertisement on Craigslist with instructions to cash the check and send the difference via wire so the shipper could be paid. He said he later learned the check was a fake.A University Heights Circle Northwest woman told police April 2 that her debit card numbers were used without permission to order sunglasses, total value $523.TheftsA Waynesburg man reported April 4 that his vehicle was parked in the 6100 block of Granite Street Northwest when a laptop computer, book bag and books and a paint-ball gun, total value $1,650, were stolen.On April 4, a South Boulevard Northwest man told police that household items, including furniture, a flat-screen TV and other items, total value between $7,000 and $9,000, haven’t been returned by those who helped him move. He said the suspects agreed to help him move out and to keep the items until the victim relocated but never returned the property.A Comanche Drive Northwest resident told police April 4 that his savings account was used to make five online purchases, total value $2,515.North CantonArrestsA 50th Street Southeast man, 24, was jailed April 10 on a charge of taking the identity of another person to participate in several crimes with total loss of $18,797.A Briar Street Northeast man, 27, was jailed April 7 on a charge of domestic violence after police said he pushed the mother of their child against a wall and choked her.A Plain Township man, 18, of Edelweiss Street Northeast was charged with felony theft and theft April 4 when apprehended on warrants.Plain TownshipArrestA Crestland Avenue Northwest man, 67, was taken into custody at home and jailed on a domestic violence warrant April 6.UniontownArrestA Barberton man, 37, of Second Street Northwest was jailed on a charge of domestic violence April 7 after police said he sent text messages threatening his sister in Uniontown.
April 18 2014 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/break-news/area-police-reports-april-19-1.481819?localLinksEnabled=false

Police blotter — April 6
Summit CountyAkronArrestsA 20-year-old Staeger Street woman was charged with illegal manufacturing of meth, illegal assembly of chemicals and possession of meth and paraphernalia following a police search of her residence.A 24-year-old Brunsdorph Road, Fairlawn man was charged with drug abuse of ecstasy and marijuana after a traffic stop.A Manchester Road man, 23, was charged with possession of heroin and trafficking. Police said he and a female were in a vehicle pulling up their pants. When they were removed from the vehicle officers found heroin on the seat.BarbertonBurglaryA man who cleans out vacant homes told police March 24 that an air conditioner and copper wire, total value $2,000, were stolen from a vacant home on West Summit Street. Cuyahoga FallsBurglariesA home in the 1300 block of Ritchie Street was broken into March 31. Guns and electronics were taken.NortonVandalismThe caretaker of a home in the 800 block of Loomis Avenue reported April 2 that the previous tenants did $20,000 in damage to the home before they were evicted.Springfield TownshipArrestA Lakemore youth, 14, of Sunnyside Avenue, was booked at the Summit County Juvenile Detention Center on charges of domestic violence and assault on a police officer March 27.StowBurglaryA home in the 3700 block of Hudson Drive was burglarized March 25. Two televisions were taken.Medina CountyWadsworthArrestsA 26-year-old New York man was charged April 1 with forgery, identity theft and possession of criminal tools. A 25-year-old accomplice was charged with complicity to commit forgery and identity fraud. They are accused of trying to cash a fraudulent check at Chase Bank.Stark CountyLawrence TownshipArrestA Lockage Road man, 51, was jailed March 23 on charges of felonious assault and domestic violence. His wife said he threatened to shoot her. His firearms were confiscated.
April 05 2014 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/police-blotter-april-6-1.478719?localLinksEnabled=false

Police blotter — March 23
Summit CountyAkronArrestsAn East Buchtel Avenue man, 55, was charged with felonious assault and domestic violence after he allegedly struck his girlfriend in the face and broke her jaw.A Newton Street man, 38, was charged with domestic violence after he allegedly smacked his girlfriend’s 12-year-old son across the face and shoved him over a couch.A Grace Avenue man, 24, was charged with possession of crack and heroin after police stopped him on Rentar Lane.A South Highland Avenue man, 43, was charged with possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia on Wren Walk.A Faye Road man, 24, was charged with possession of heroin, marijuana, Suboxone, criminal tools and drug paraphernalia.A Copley Road man, 28, was charged with trafficking in heroin and possession of heroin.A Dover Avenue man, 29, was charged with willful fleeing, resisting arrest and obstructing official business after allegedly leading police on a car chase on Orlando Avenue.A Green woman, 30, of Greensburg Road, was charged with possession of crack cocaine and drug paraphernalia after she was stopped outside a known drug house.A Pioneer Street man, 18, was charged with aggravated robbery after he allegedly held someone up at gunpoint and took $50.A Morgan Avenue man, 19, was charged with domestic violence after he allegedly struck the mother of his child seceral times in the face.An Anderson Avenue man, 23, was charged with possession of crack, trafficking in crack and tampering with evidence.A Jonathan Avenue, 23, was charged with possession of crack and trafficking in crack.An East Market Street man, 28, was charged with illegal assembly of chemicals after police reported finding items used to make meth.A Fairlawn man, 31, of Kenridge Road, was charged with possession of crack, possession of drug paraphernalia and open container in a motor vehicle after a traffic stop.BarbertonArrestA 24th Street Southwest woman, 23, was charged with domestic violence March 7 after the father of her child said she punched him in the ear for comments he made as she dropped off the child for a visit.TheftsTwo managers at Blind & Sons on Fourth Street Northwest told police a worker is suspected of falsifying invoices and stealing $1,900.On March 10, an East Lake Avenue resident told police that items with a total value of $970, including $400 in cash and his cellphone, were stolen from his home while he was away. A rear window was broken to gain entry, police were told.Bath TownshipIdentity theftA Granger Road woman reported March 18 she and her husband received a letter from the Internal Revenue Service that acknowledged receipt of their 2013 return, and warned that it may be fraudulent.Misuse of a credit cardA Cleveland-Massillon Road man reported March 18 a relative took his credit card and used it to make purchases totaling nearly $2,000 TheftA Foxwood Drive woman, 24, reported March 18 that a gun was stolen from her home during a party March 4.Copley TownshipArrestA man, 60, was charged with driving under the influence March 13. Officers arrested him after he drove off the road and crashed.Coventry TownshipBurglaries Three safes, two computers and cash were stolen March 12 following the forced entry of a Wood Duck Lane apartment.Someone broke into a South Gregg Road apartment Feb. 27 and took a 50-inch TV valued at $1,750.Cuyahoga FallsArrestsA Tudor Street man, 24, was charged March 19 with domestic violence after he allegedly punched and shoved his girlfriend, 22.A Second Street woman, 39, was charged with possessing cocaine and drug paraphernalia March 16.A Valley Road man, 62, was charged March 17 with domestic violence after he allegedly struck his daughter, 35, in the face and head.A Victor Avenue man, 35, was charged March 15 with possession of drugs and possession of a drug abuse instrument.AssaultA Hudson Drive man reported his son, 13, was stabbed in the neck three times with a pen by a classmate at St. Joseph’s School, 1909 Third St., on March 19.BurglariesHomes in the 2400 block of Willis Street and 1700 block of Windsor Street were looted March 13. Jewelry and credit cards were taken. A Windsor Street man, 23, was arrested in the incidents.Someone broke into a home in the 300 block of Woodridge Drive on March 14 and stole three money jars, total value $2,000.Someone entered a home in the 100 block of West Steels Corners Road on March 14 and stole more than $5,000 in items.Felonious assaultA Seventh Street woman, 39, reported March 18 that a woman hit her in the eye as she walked on Sixth Street at Lincoln Avenue.Identity theftA Second Street woman reported March 20 someone used her personal information to file a fraudulent federal tax return.An 86-year-old woman’s Social Security number and bank information was used to steal money.TheftA Queens Gate woman reported March 18 that someone stole $10,500 worth of H-bonds from her dining room table.FairlawnArrestsA Riviera Drive man, 18, was charged with domestic violence and trespassing March 19 after he allegedly broke down the door of his mother’s home and pushed her.Police found a Winchester Road man, 54, partially clothed on the floor with a bruise to his left eye. He said two strangers assaulted him.TheftA Canton man, 58, told police someone removed a $600 catalytic converter from his car.GreenArrestA woman was charged with domestic violence March 16 after she allegedly struck her boyfriend several times in the face on Royal County Downs Drive.Breaking and enteringA $500 laptop computer was stolen along with $700 on March 12 at Shear Dimensions on South Main Street.HudsonArrestsAn Akron man was arrested March 10 on a warrant. The warrant was discovered during a traffic stop.Identity theftA Woodspring Lane woman reported March 11 someone sent letters referencing drugs, sex and religion, signed her name and distributed them to her neighbors.MogadoreArrestsPolice were called March 16 to the Speedway on Mogadore Road after a worker complained that a customer was doing drugs in the rest­room. An Akron woman was found with a bag of white powder.New FranklinArrestA Canal Fulton man, 25, of Deborah Circle, was charged with domestic violence March 7 after he allegedly grabbed his girlfriend by the neck and forced her into his vehicle.BurglaryA computer and electronic gear, total value $1,753, were stolen from a Tarlton Avenue home March 8.TheftA $6,126 tractor and utility trailer were taken March 7 from a driveway on Barrymore Avenue.NortonBurglarySomeone took $4,000 in property March 17 from a home in the 4000 block of Reimer Road.Springfield TownshipArrestsThree adults and a youth were arrested March 9 after a Springfield Township officer discovered a small trash fire inside a section of the former Springfield High School.A Stevenson Avenue resident, 57, was charged with aggravated menacing March 7 after he lunged with a knife at another man at a home on Coach Lane.StowCriminal damagingTwo tires on a truck parked in the 4700 block of Darrow Road were slashed March 17.Two Elmhurst Drive residents reported March 15 someone slashed the tires on their vehicles.Identity theftA Berwin Drive man told police March 19 someone used his ID to file a fraudulent federal tax return.A Cox Drive woman reported March 18 someone used her personal information to secure a loan.MenacingMotorists driving March 17 on Kenneth Road said a man standing at Vira Road pulled a gun, pointed it at them and fled.TheftFitbit products, valued at $1,800, were taken from Target, 4200 Kent Road, March 14.TallmadgeArrestsAn Akron man, 21, was charged March 18 with aggravated trafficking and aggravated possession of heroin at Saxon Village apartment on North Thomas Road.A North Thomas Road man, 29, was arrested March 20 on a domestic violence warrant.
March 23 2014 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/police-blotter-march-23-1.475442?localLinksEnabled=false

Police blotter — March 16
Summit CountyAkronArrestsAn East State Street, Barberton, man, 52, was charged with possession of heroin, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of drug instruments after police said he overdosed on heroin.A 40-year-old Carlton Drive man was charged with domestic violence and domestic violence menacing after police said he punched his son in the face then choked him.A 38-year-old Kansas Avenue woman was charged with illegal manufacturing of meth, illegal assembly of chemicals, endangering children and possession of drug paraphernalia after police said she gave consent to search her residence.An East Tallmadge Avenue man, 26, was charged with domestic violence, domestic violence menacing, carrying a concealed weapon (a knife) and obstructing official business.A 35-year-old Lloyd Street man was charged with drug abuse cocaine after overdosing on cocaine.A Bloomfield Avenue man, 39, was charged with domestic violence. Police said he fought with a woman and hit her in the face, lips, hands and stomach.A 31-year-old Concord Avenue man was charged with possession of heroin, possession of crack, possession of ecstasy, trafficking in drugs, weapons under disability, assault, aggravated menacing and possession of an altered firearm when officers responded to a fight in the 1100 block of Crestview Avenue.A 32-year-old Treetop Trail woman was charged with manufacturing of meth, assembly of chemicals, possession of meth, child endangering and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police said she had a 4-year-old and 13-year-old child in the apartment.A Pelton Avenue man, 37, was charged with illegal manufacturing of meth, assembly of chemicals and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police said he manufactured methamphetamines, assembled chemicals used to manufacture meth and possessed drug paraphernalia.BarbertonArrestsPolice said a Barberton Middle School seventh-grader was suspended after school officials learned he had brought three knives to school because he was being bullied. The Snyder Avenue youth was booked at the Summit County Juvenile Detention Center on March 4 on charges of illegal possession of a deadly weapon at school and aggravated menacing. The boy had taken the weapons from his uncle without the adult’s knowledge, the report said.An Eighth Street Northwest man, 47, was jailed on a charge of domestic violence March 4 after an argument led to his girlfriend being hit in the face and blacking out.A domestic violence charge led to the jailing of a Wuchter Street man, 45, on March 3 after his daughter reported her father repeatedly struck her in the head during an argument.A Mogadore man, 30, of Pontius Road, was charged with two felony counts of receiving stolen property March 1 after he told police when stopped on Barber Road that he owned the pickup he was driving. The officer noticed, however, that the two license plates were different and turned out to be stolen from vehicles belonging to Kent and Hartville residents.Police jailed a 21-year-old Noble Avenue man on a felony domestic violence charge March. Police said he punched the mother of their child and pushed her to the floor multiple times when he showed up at her Wooster Road North residence.TheftSomeone stole $5,000 worth of copper pipe from a vacant home on Washington Avenue, according to a report filed Feb. 28.Bath TownshipArrestsA 21-year-old man was charged March 10 with assault. He is accused of punching another 21-year-old man in the face while in the parking lot of Taco Bell, 3847 Medina Road.BurglaryA woman reported March 8 someone must have tried to break into her home in the 2000 block of Rock Creek. She found a piece of a driver’s license in the front door lock and turned it over to police. She said she does not often use the front door.Identity fraudA New Franklin woman told a Summit County sheriff’s deputy that after she broke up with her ex-boyfriend he has been using her identity information to open several accounts for his business, including a Dominion East Ohio gas bill totaling $597.Cuyahoga FallsArrestsA 26-year-old Hollywood Avenue woman was charged March 6 with escape. She was furloughed from the Cuyahoga Falls Jail to Summa Western Reserve Hospital for medical treatment around 4 p.m. She left the hospital around 9 p.m., with an intravenous needle still in her arm.Breaking and enteringA home in the 800 block of Arcadia Street was broken into March 10. A monitor, valued at $75, was taken.BurglaryA home in the 2400 block of 21st Street was burglarized March 12. A television, valued at $500, was taken.Identification theftAn Eighth Street man reported March 11 someone used his personal information to open a cellular phone account. More than $11,000 worth of international phone calls were charged to the account.A 15th Street man reported March 7 someone used his personal information to file a fraudulent federal tax return and receive a refund of nearly $8,000. Phone harassmentA Whitelaw Street man reported March 7 that a person contacted his 15-year-old daughter through a gmail.com account and asked her to send him nude pictures. TheftA 74-year-old woman reported March 11 someone took her wallet from her purse while she was shopping at Big Lots, 405 Howe Ave. The rental manager for Penske Truck Leasing reported March 12 a customer failed to return a truck that was rented Feb. 25.FairlawnArrestsAn Akron man, 19, was arrested on theft, assault and obstruction charges March 10. He allegedly tried to steal merchandise from Charlotte Russe in Summit Mall. After assaulting a security guard and fleeing the scene he was eventually caught and detained, police said. He has been banned from Summit Mall indefinitely. Total amount of stolen goods was $51.98.An Akron woman, 52, was arrested for theft March 10. She allegedly stole merchandise worth $368 from Macy’s Department Store. She has been banned from Macy’s for three years.An Akron man, 38, was arrested for theft and criminal trespass March. 10. Macy’s Department store security caught the suspect concealing merchandise in his pocket. He had been banned from Macy’s in the past. He was reminded of the no-trespass warning.TheftA Louisville woman, 26, told police someone had stolen cash from the Arbors Nursing Home. She said $235 was taken from a locked cabinet.GreenArrestsA Mandeville, La., man, 38, was jailed in Summit County on March 5 after deputies said his carry-on luggage at Akron-Canton Airport contained a loaded 45-caliber semiautomatic pistol.A South Main Street man, 56, was jailed on charges of domestic violence and menacing March 5 after police said he and his girlfriend argued and he began breaking and throwing property and threatened to kill her.A West Waterloo Road man, 50, was jailed on charges of using a weapon while intoxicated, improper handling of firearms and driving under suspension. Police said they found him in a heavily damaged vehicle on Bonshire Road on March 2. The arresting officer said a loaded handgun was found in the center console.BurglaryA South Main Street resident told officials March 1 that someone broke his garage door window and entered both the garage and home. Four tires and wheels, two floor jacks and other items were stolen. No value was disclosed.MogadoreStolen vehicleOfficers patroling the parking lot of Spin City on March 3 found a stolen vehicle in the parking lot. Officers watched the vehicle until the business closed for the night. The vehicle was left unattended so it was towed and its owner from Springfield Township was notified.New FranklinArrestA Lyman Drive man, 26, was jailed in Barberton on March 4 on charges of cruelty to animals, abandoning animals and prohibitions concerning companion animals after four beagles were found outside in a fenced-in area for several days. They were taken to an animal clinic.TheftA Canal Fulton woman told police March 5 that she discovered her $624 cellphone was missing during a visit to the Upper Deck on West Turkeyfoot Lake Road.NortonArrestA 16-year-old Houston Road boy was charged March 8 with domestic violence. He is accused of assaulting his father during a quarrel over washing the dishes.Springfield TownshipDomestic violenceA warrant was issued March 1 for a Lessig Avenue man, 33, on a domestic violence charge after police said he kicked his wife in the face and choked her at the Office Motel on Massillon Road. The suspect fled before police arrived.StowBurglaryOn March 14, someone attempted to break into a home in the 3000 block of Wexford Boulevard.More than $1,300 in cash and coins were taken during the burglary of a home in the 3700 block of Englewood Drive on March 11.A man reported someone broke into his home in the 4500 block of Cox Drive and ate food from the refrigerator on March 10.Someone tried to break into a home in the 4400 block of Maple­park Road between March 5 and 8. A door frame was damaged.Identity theftA Hunters Crossing man reported March 10 someone used his personal information to file a fraudulent federal and state tax return.An Evelynton Place woman reported March 11 someone used her personal information to file a federal tax return.Misuse of a credit cardMore than $2,400 in unauthorized charges were made to a credit card belonging to a West Avenue business between Feb. 11 and 13, according to a March 12 report.TheftSomeone used a crowbar to break open cash registers at Walmart, 3520 Hudson Drive, overnight Feb. 27. Nearly $1,000 was taken.Tallmadge ArrestsA 27-year-old Akron woman was charged March 10 with identity theft and forgery. She is accused of using another person’s identity to purchase pseudoephedrine at a Tallmadge pharmacy.Cuyahoga CountyNorth RoyaltonScamA Patricia Drive resident called police March 10 to complain that someone put the resident’s home up for rent on Craigslist and was collecting deposits. Renters have showed up to the home wanting to move in.Officers were called March 10 to the parking lot of North Royalton Middle School after several cars in the parking lot were broken into.Medina CountyBrunswickDomesticPolice were called to a Miner Drive home March 5 after a father called to report that his two adult sons were in a fist fight. The brothers were separated for the night.MedinaDamageA Wadsworth Road resident called police March 11 to complain that a neighbor had cut a lock on a cable box.Animal complaintA Bishop Street resident called police March 11 to complain that a deer was trapped inside a fenced yard.Medina TownshipLost purseAn Irvine Oval resident called police March 9 to report that she lost her rainbow-colored purse between her house and Cleveland after she left it on the roof of her car.Montville TownshipMissing childA resident called police for help March 10 in locating her 8-year-old son. The mother had received an email from Waite Elementary School that her son was not in school. She had dropped her second-grader off at school in the morning and the school’s phone line was busy. Officers found the child in the school. The email had been sent out by mistake.WadsworthArrestsA 53-year-old Ledgestone Drive man was charged March 7 with domestic violence. BurglaryA home in the 800 block of West Street was burglarized March 8.Stark CountyCanal FultonTheft by deceptionPolice continue to investigate a scam that cost a West Market Street business $27,580. An investigator said Smith CNC-USA sent the money to a business in China that indicated it could supply a needed part. The firm learned months later that the business was bogus, and it is now seeking to recover the loss.Jackson TownshipArrestsA homeless man, 37, was jailed on a felony domestic violence charge March 6 when apprehended in a room at Motel 6 on Sunset Strip Avenue Northwest. Police said a woman told them the man pulled her hair and pulled a blanket over head and started to smother her.Police jailed a Cable Point Circle Northwest man, 55, on a charge of domestic violence March 4 after he and his adult son argued and the suspect kicked the son in the face, a police report stated.A Lawrence Township man, 23, was summonsed to Massillon Municipal Court on March 1 on charges of endangering children after two youngsters, ages 2 and 5, were left unattended in a running and unlocked car while he went into a Belden Village Street Northwest store. Drugs were found within reach of the children, police said.Burglary A $700 snowblower was reported stolen from a Wickford Avenue Northwest garage March 4.TheftsPolice are investigating a report filed March 4 of an internal theft three months earlier at the Oak Park Preschool on Wales Avenue Northwest. An undetermined amount of money was taken and several unauthorized purchases were made.A Blackfriars Drive Northwest resident said Feb. 28 that he noticed some of his checks missing after a female had stayed there a few days. Some had already been written and cashed, total value $575.On Feb. 27, a Greyhawk Street Northwest woman told investigators that someone made off with a custom-made diamond pendant and pearl necklace from a bedroom night stand. She said the items had been missing since October.Seven purses, total value $800, were reported stolen Feb. 27 by a woman who fled from TJ Maxx on Everhard Road Northwest without paying.A worker at Lens Crafters at Belden Village Mall said Feb. 26 that five pairs of sunglasses, total value $985, had been stolen.A lock was cut off a safe inside a van belonging to Crown Vending Services in Canton while parked at Orchard Pharmaceutical Services on Freedom Avenue Northwest on Feb. 24. A police report said $1,100 was taken.North CantonArrestsA Seventh Street Northwest resident, 59, was jailed on a charge of domestic violence March 4 after police said she confronted her brother in his room and sprayed him in the face with an aerosol.A Sixth Street Northeast female, 17, was booked at the Stark County Juvenile Attention Center on March 2 after police said she spit on, punched and pushed her mother during an argument.TheftA Canton woman, 27, of Edwards Avenue Northeast, was still being sought March 7 on a warrant charging her with two counts of felony theft involving a gift card, cash and two ATM withdrawals belonging to a South Main Street woman she took care of as a health-care aide.Plain TownshipArrestA Martha Avenue Northeast man was jailed on a charge of felony theft March 1 after police said he admitted taking $7,150 worth of specialty steel items from Elk Weld on Raff Road Southwest in Canton.UniontownBurglarySomeone entered a Hoover Avenue residence by force and stole cash and two computers, total value $2,700, a resident told police March 1.TheftA Sweitzer Road man told police March 3 that someone stole one of his collectible autographed NASCAR models and 200 rounds of ammunition, total value $2,055, from a safe.Wayne CountyWayne sheriffBreaking and enteringA refrigerator and a 55-gallon fish tank valued at $850 were reported stolen March 8 from a storage unit in the 1400 block of Blachleyville Road, Wooster Township.Notification issuesA sex offender failed to report moving from the 7100 block of Eby Road, Green Township, a March 5 report said.A sex offender failed to notify the sheriff of moving from the 8700 block of Friendsville Road, Canaan Township, a March 7 report said.TheftsA money order was reported taken March 11 from Lincoln Terrace Estates, 17874 E. Lincoln Way, Sugar Creek Township.An employee is suspected of taking $6,000 in deposits from Shisler’s Cheese House, 55 Kidron Road, Sugar Creek Township, a March 1 report said.Cash and a gun were reported stolen March 5 from a residence in the 9400 block of Ruff Road, Congress Township.WoosterArrestsA 50-year-old Mansfield woman was arrested March 4 on charges of illegal conveyance of drugs, possession of cocaine, drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana after police said she took drugs into Wayne County Jail.ForgeryA Wooster woman reported March 3 that her child support card and a debit card were stolen from a residence in the 400 block of Lincoln Street and were used to purchase items valued at $204.Lost itemA Wooster man, 89, reported that he lost a bag of jewelry valued at $10,000 in the 100 block of West Liberty Street.TheftsA chop saw worth $1,500 was reported missing March 10 from a construction site in the 100 block of North Walnut Street.A 2001 Ford pickup truck valued at $9,000 was reported stolen March 4 from a residence in the 700 block of Spruce Street.
March 16 2014 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/police-blotter-march-16-1.473627?localLinksEnabled=false

Police blotter — March 2
Summit CountyAkronArrestsA 39-year-old Crouse Street man was charged with domestic violence, menacing and obstructing official business after police said he argued with a woman, then physically assaulted her, causing several injuries.A Hazelwood Avenue man, 21, was charged with possession of drugs after police stopped him outside a known drug house he had just exited.A 54-year old Cuyahoga Falls man was charged with possession of drugs after police said they observed him making a drug transaction outside a business on Arlington Street. Officers said they recovered a pill bottle that contained Oxycontin.An Andrus Avenue man, 37, faces a weapons charge, drug trafficking and possession of criminal tools after a suspected drug transaction on the street.A 32-year-old Lakeshore Boulevard man was charged with possession of drugs after a traffic stop.BarbertonArrestAn East Cassell Avenue man, 20, was charged with two counts of criminal trespass, theft from a motor vehicle, obstructing official business and resisting arrest after police said he had broken into vehicles. Police said the total value of items taken was $10.On Feb. 13, a North Summit Street man, 40, was jailed on a charge of domestic violence after police said he pushed his mother.BurglaryFrozen food and kitchen knives, total value $100, were reported stolen Feb. 15 from the St. Augustine Church rectory on Sixth Street Northwest.TheftOn Feb. 19, a Frisby Avenue man said he noticed a $600 PlayStation 3 system he had from a rental company was missing and learned that a woman who had stayed at the residence while he was in jail had bragged on Facebook of taking the system.Copley TownshipArrestA woman, 41, was arrested for driving under the influence Feb. 16. She had crashed her vehicle on state Route 21. The suspect repeatedly turned down sobriety tests. Coventry TownshipArrestsA Cuyahoga Falls couple of Winder Parkway was arrested at the Lakeside Motel on Manchester Road on Feb. 21. The man was jailed on warrants alleging six counts of felony theft plus felony breaking and entering and two drug counts. The woman was jailed on six counts of felony theft and a count of felony burglary.A Muskoka Avenue man, 49, was booked on charges of domestic violence and driving under suspension after police said he argued with his girlfriend and became enraged, causing her to fear for her safety. He fled in a vehicle and was caught minutes later in a traffic stop.TheftsThree chain saws and other equipment were reported stolen Feb. 22 from a vehicle belonging to Bucks Tree of Eastern Road.A washer and dryer, a TV and other items, total value $1,479, were reported stolen Feb. 12 from a Hudson man’s rental property on North Firestone Boulevard.Cuyahoga FallsArrestsTwo Cuyahoga Falls men, ages 25 and 29, were arrested Feb. 24 in the 200 block of Washington Avenue. They are charged with possessing hypodermic needles.Criminal damagingA woman upset with her food order broke the drive-thru window of a local fast-food restaurant around 4 a.m. Feb. 25. An employee of Taco Bell, 360 Howe Ave., told police the woman complained about the way her food was prepared. When the employee turned to her register to get the customer a refund, the customer broke the window. Damage was estimated at $500.BurglaryA home in the 1000 block of Munroe Falls Avenue was burglarized Feb. 20. A netbook and jewelry were taken.Deception to obtain drugsA Norwood Street woman reported Feb. 23 that someone picked up her prescriptions at Walgreens, 2645 State Road, without her consent.Misuse of credit cardA Franklin Avenue woman reported Feb. 20 that someone used her credit card to make unauthorized purchases.Theft by deceptionAn 83-year-old State Road woman reported Feb. 25 that she agreed to sign for gambling winnings for someone she knows. She said the state of Ohio is now telling her to pay taxes on the winnings.TheftA 60-year-old Chestnut Boulevard woman reported Feb. 22 that someone took her wallet containing $75 and credit cards from her purse while she shopped at Marc’s, 2900 State Road.A 65-year-old Northfield woman reported Feb. 22 that while shopping at Village Discount Outlet, 2930 State Road, someone took her wallet containing $85 and a credit card.FairlawnArrestsAn Akron man, 18, was arrested for theft Feb. 25. He allegedly stole merchandise worth $234 from Walmart.An Akron man, 36, was arrested for theft Feb. 25. He allegedly tried to steal merchandise totaling $268 from Walmart. An Akron woman, 21, and a Cuyahoga Falls woman, 27, were arrested on theft charges Feb. 24. They allegedly stole dresses totaling $132 from Macy’s. They have been banned from Macy’s for three years. A Cleveland teen, 14, was arrested for theft Feb. 23. He allegedly stole a hat and an adult toy from Spencer’s Gifts in Summit Mall. He’s banned from Spencer’s indefinitely and from the mall for one year.An Akron man, 21, was arrested for criminal trespassing Feb. 21. He was caught on Summit Mall property where he had been banned for one year on Nov. 29. He is banned indefinitely. GreenArrestArguing about an upcoming wedding, a Portside Circle man, 30, was jailed on a charge of domestic violence. Police say he tossed a salad at a female at the house and grabbed and pushed her. She pushed back and he stumbled and fell, striking his head. He was taken to a local hospital and then jailed.MogadoreArrestAn Akron man was arrested Feb. 25 after numerous pills were found in his car during a traffic stop on Mogadore Road.Domestic disputePolice were called to a Dick Street residence Feb. 21 after a woman tried to hit her husband with a shovel during an argument. Officers found the wife hiding in the back of her van.NortonBreaking and enteringBetween Feb. 19 and Feb. 22, someone broke into a vacant Clarkville Road home and took copper pipe and an air-conditioning unit, total value $3,000.BurglaryA home in the 4300 block of Cleveland-Massillon Road was broken into between Feb. 21 and Feb. 24. A safe containing personal papers and jewelry was taken.Domestic violenceA 74-year-old Bushey Avenue woman reported Feb. 23 that her 21-year-old granddaughter choked her by grabbing her shirt collar and pulling, then cut her arm with her fingernail.Springfield TownshipArrestA Columbine Avenue man, 44, was jailed on a charge of domestic violence Feb. 17 after his wife said he was destroying kitchen furniture and tossing it into the snow on the porch. She told police he was upset about several issues.Breaking and enteringCash in excess of $5,600 was reported stolen Feb. 17 from Thompson Accounting Services on East Waterloo Road. A door was pried open to get inside.BurglaryChecks totaling $8,188 were stolen from a James Avenue residence, with four cashed for a total of $2,688, the female victim told police Feb. 17. Also stolen were two TV sets and a computer, total value $5,631.Passing bad checksPolice were notified Feb. 12 by a Massillon Road D-Mart employee that a clerk cashed a $496 worthless check drawn on the account of a Streetsboro man, 39.TheftsA Green resident told police Feb. 17 that a bedroom set and a kitchen table and chairs, total value $700, were stolen from a Myersville Road location after a Cuyahoga Falls resident had indicated he wanted to buy the items.A Stinard Avenue woman told police Feb. 15 that someone took $520 from an envelope in a dresser in her bedroom.A man and woman are being sought after she was seen on Walmart security footage concealing golf balls, flowers and a duffel bag, total value $1,071, in another bag while the man stood at the South Arlington Road store’s door as lookout on Feb. 14.StowArrestsA 37-year-old Akron man faces charges of burglary, receiving stolen property, theft, and resisting arrest after police said he broke into vehicles in the 2400 block of Liberty Road on Feb. 20. Police said he had credit cards, $20 in cash and other items identified as having been stolen from three cars in the area when he was arrested.A 19-year-old Mac Drive woman was charged Feb. 24 with felony drug abuse and misdemeanor charges of drug abuse, possession of a dangerous drug, possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia, all misdemeanors. During a traffic stop, police reported finding pills and marijuana.A 51-year-old Kent man was charged Feb. 20 with violating a protection order.A 32-year-old Munroe Falls man was charged Feb. 22 with drug trafficking. During a traffic stop on Marhofer Avenue, police reported finding plastic bags containing marijuana.BurglaryA home in the 2000 block of Hidden Lake Drive was broken into Feb. 26. Electronics, cash and checks were taken.TheftSeveral vehicles parked on Hidden Lake Drive were broken into overnight Feb. 23.Theft by deceptionAn 87-year-old woman was scammed out of $10,000 Feb. 22 by two women she met in the parking lot of Giant Eagle, 1700 Norton Road.A woman reported Feb. 25 that her 89-year-old friend sent $3,100 to the Dominican Republic, thinking she was bailing her grandson out of jail.A 56-year-old Baumberger Road man reported Feb. 21 he received a fraudulent check from a buyer on Craigslist.TallmadgeArrestsTwo Akron men, ages 24 and 27, were charged Feb. 27 with possession of marijuana. Other suspected drugs found in the vehicle were sent for testing.BurglaryA Brittain Circle man reported his apartment was burglarized Feb. 22. Jewelry and a television were taken.Sexual assaultPolice are investigating a Feb. 22 report of rape.TheftA North Munroe Road woman reported Feb. 25 that someone took $4,000 worth of jewelry from her home between Feb. 23 and Feb. 25.DrugsPolice executing a search warrant at a home in the 100 block of Southwest Avenue found a marijuana-
growing operation. The case was turned over to the detective bureau.Cuyahoga CountyNorth RoyaltonArrestOfficers arrested a motorist for driving while impaired after the driver crashed in a parking lot on Spruce Run.Breaking and enteringA residence on Timber Ridge Drive was broken into Feb. 21 when a door was kicked in. A neighbor told police that a man “wearing baggy pants, big jacket and dark clothes” was in the area around the time.Medina CountyBrunswickTheftPolice were called Feb. 26 to a vacant home on Eisenhower Drive after it was discovered that someone stole a kitchen stove and a clothes dryer.MedinaVandalismA Minor Drive resident called police Feb. 25 to complain that someone scratched the entire side of a car parked at the residence.CrashMedina police noticed that one of the department’s vehicles had been struck Feb. 22 while parked outside of the police department. A review of security camera footage showed a Medina woman had struck the police SUV and drove off without reporting it. She was cited.Medina TownshipSuspicious personOfficers stopped a vehicle after receiving a call Feb. 22 that the driver of a truck in the township was a suspected copper thief. It turns out the man was a homeowner who had removed a water softener from his residence.Montville TownshipTheftOfficers were called to a Medina Road store Feb. 25 after a shopper tried to steal Paul Mitchell body gel, Cetaphil moisturizer and Degree deodorant.Animal complaintOfficers had to wrangle a horse that had gotten loose at 3 a.m. on Wadsworth Road. The horse was found walking down the middle of the street.Portage CountyKentArrestsA 31-year-old Silver Meadows Boulevard man was arrested Feb. 26 on charges of aggravated burglary and assault.Police arrested a 23-year-old Costley Court man Feb. 21 on a charge of aggravated menacing.A 21-year-old Mantua man was arrested Feb. 22 on charges of possession of heroin, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, driving under suspension, failure to control and driving left of center.A 24-year-old Middlebury Road man was charged Feb. 22 with felonious assault.Stark CountyCanal FultonArrestsTwo North Canal Street brothers were jailed Feb. 20 on a series of warrants involving forgery and receiving stolen property for the 56-year-old and charges of breaking and entering for the other brother, 55. The younger man also was booked Feb. 19 on warrants for felony forgery and receiving stolen property, both felonies, plus passing bad checks.Jackson TownshipArrestsPolice charged a Miles Avenue Northwest man, 40, with domestic violence and criminal damaging Feb. 18. According to a report, he argued with his son and his son’s girlfriend, took a ball bat and broke the son’s bedroom dresser and broke the girlfriend’s car window and made threats toward her.A Carnegie Avenue Northwest man, 38, was booked on charges of felony disrupting public services, domestic violence and unlawful restraint Feb. 14. Police said he choked a woman, hit her and threw her down. He also took all phones from her during her attempt to escape.A Hursh Place Northwest woman, 26, was arrested Feb. 13 on a warrant for passing bad checks.BurglaryA thief entered through a sliding-glass door and took jewelry, a flat-screen TV and other items, including $1,000, from a Riviera Avenue Northwest home Feb. 17.TheftsA Best Buy supervisor at the store on Strip Avenue Northwest told police Feb. 17 that a man selected a security camera system, total value $650, and attempted to exit through a fire door, then ran out the front door.A catalytic converter valued at $1,000 was stolen from a company truck parked at B&G Fireplace & Patio Shop on Belden Village Street Northwest.Police were investigating a Feb. 13 report of the theft of $5,116 from a bank account of Integrated Pain Concepts on Holiday Street Northwest.A subwoofer, GPS and 30 CDs, total value $2,230, were reported stolen Feb. 10 from a van parked outside a South Boulevard Northwest man’s home.Lake TownshipArrestA Timberview Street Northwest man, 37, was jailed on a charge of domestic violence Feb. 19 after his girlfriend told a sheriff’s deputy that he pulled her out of a car by her hair and onto the ground.North CantonTheftAn air compressor, 6,000 cotton swabs and other items, total value $1,730, were reported stolen Feb. 7 by a Ninth Street Northwest man.Plain TownshipArrestsA 44th Street Northwest man, 26, was jailed on a charge of domestic violence Feb. 16 after deputies said he threatened to beat his girlfriend after pushing her against a wall.A felony domestic violence warrant led to the arrest of a Forestview Street Northeast man on Valentine’s Day.UniontownArrestA Sweitzer Street man, 67, was jailed on charges of domestic violence and aggravated menacing after police learned the suspect was holed up in his house and had fired two rounds from a small-caliber pistol. After 30 minutes, they got him to come outside, where he was arrested.911 callA 2½-year-old girl called 911 about 12:30 p.m. Feb. 16, saying she couldn’t wake her mother. When police arrived at the Linden Street Northwest residence, they found the woman asleep on the couch. When wakened by an officer, she said she was fine.
March 01 2014 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/police-blotter-march-2-1.470216?localLinksEnabled=false

Police blotter — Feb. 23
Summit CountyAkronArrestsA Thorndale Drive man, 33, was charged with drug abuse and possession of drug paraphernalia after police found him sitting inside his car in the 1800 block of West Market Street with the dome light on.A Fulton Road man, 66, was charged with domestic violence and drug abuse after police said he assaulted his housemate. A South Rhodes Avenue woman, 34, was charged with drug abuse, tampering with evidence and possession of drug paraphernalia after a traffic stop at Crosby and Hall streets.A Perkins Street man, 27, was charged with possession of oxycodone, possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia after a traffic stop at Grant Street and Coon Drive.A Para Avenue man, 35, was charged with gross sexual imposition after police said he exposed his genitals to a 14-year-old girl. He then rubbed his genitals against her thigh. He has a prior conviction for sexual battery, police said.A West Huston Street, Barberton man, 47, was charged with possession of crack cocaine after a traffic stop.A Cleveland-Massillon Road, Norton man 19, was charged with possession of oxycodone and possession of drug paraphernalia; and an Inman Street man, 19, was also charged with possession of oxycodone and marijuana after police said they were observed acting suspiciously in a gas station parking lot at East and Clearview avenues.A Shoreline Drive man, 24, was charged with possession of oxycodone, possession of crack cocaine and tampering with evidence after a traffic stop at Dart Avenue and Boulevard Street.A McTaggart Drive woman, 54, was charged with possession of crack after police said she was observed at a known drug house.An East Wilbeth Road man, 24, was charged with possession of marijuana, tampering with evidence, trafficking in marijuana and possession of criminal tools after police said officers observed him making a transaction in the parking lot in the 1000 block of Vernon Odom Boulevard.A Hilbish Avenue man, 26, was charged with domestic violence after police said he punched his girlfriend in the face, causing visible injuries. He had a prior conviction for domestic violence, police said.An Apple Court, Springfield man, 28, was charged with aggravated burglary, domestic violence and kidnapping after police said he went to his ex-fiancee’s house and when she didn’t answer his knock on the door, he kicked it in. He then held her down and punched and choked her, police said. While he looked in the apartment for another man, the woman fled on foot.An Alphada Avenue man, 24, was charged with possession of heroin and possession of drug instruments after police said he overdosed on heroin and had to be revived by paramedics.A Snowfall Spur man, 37, was charged with possession of cocaine and possession of marijuana after a traffic stop.A West Caston Road, New Franklin man, 22, and a West High Street, Orrville woman, 23, were charged with possession of meth, illegal assembly of meth, manufacturing of meth and possession of drug paraphernalia after a traffic stop in the 300 block of West South Street.BarbertonArrestsOn Feb. 12, officers responded to a breaking and entering on West Hopocan Avenue and arrested a Seventh Street Northwest man, 21, at his home.A Hermann Street resident, 21, was jailed on a charge of felony domestic violence, four counts of domestic violence threats plus resisting arrest and obstructing official business when taken into custody at his home Feb. 11 after police said they heard a woman inside screaming.Police issued a warrant for a Herms Court man, 21, on a charge of domestic violence after police said he punched his girlfriend in the face, grabbed her by the hair and pulled her off a bed before he left the residence. He also is accused of breaking a ceiling light and his girlfriend’s computer.A 25th Street Northwest woman, 33, was jailed on a charge of domestic violence Feb. 12 after she turned herself in to police. She is accused of assaulting her stepdaughter Feb. 7 with blows to the face and slamming her head against a wall.A 25-year-old West Lake Avenue man, 25, was jailed on a charge of domestic violence Feb. 8 after police said he argued with a woman with whom he had lived for two years, pushed her and hit her face. He said the victim had put a hole in his $1,600, 46-inch flat-screen TV.An argument over who was going to claim their child on this year’s taxes led to a man, 32, of East Ford Avenue being charged with telecommunications harassment. He was summoned to Barberton Municipal Court because he ignored police warnings not to text the mother of their child.Bath TownshipTheftA 47-year-old man reported Feb. 15 he met with a woman near his truck in a Cleveland-Massillon Road parking lot to lend her $20. After he handed the woman the money, he walked to the other side of his vehicle. He later discovered that the rest of his money was missing from the truck. He told police he thinks the woman took the money while he was walking around the truck.A 75-year-old woman reported Feb. 14 while shopping in Acme Fresh Market, 3979 Medina Road, someone took her wallet from her purse.Copley TownshipFraudA Copley woman, 83, told police someone asked her for $350. The man said he would give her his $1 million lottery ticket if she helped. Officers told her to ignore the request.Domestic dispute A Hammond Boulevard woman, 40, told police a truck was in her driveway Feb. 11. It belonged to her nephew, who asked her if he could park the truck there. She said no and had the vehicle towed.Coventry TownshipArrestA warrant charging domestic violence led to the arrest Feb. 7 of a Barberton man, 23, of Stanley Avenue in the parking lot of a grocery store on Manchester Road.BurglarySomeone forced entry into a Pine Top Court residence Feb. 5 and stole watches, a flat-screen TV and other items, total value $10,800.Cuyahoga FallsArrestsA 48-year-old Akron man was stopped by police on Howe Avenue on Feb. 18. During the stop, police found methamphetamine and marijuana. The man also had an open container of beer while driving. He is charged with possession of drugs, drug abuse marijuana, and having an open container in a motor vehicle.A 47-year-old homeless man was charged Feb. 19 with menacing. He is accused of threatening to assault an employee at Burger King, 2691 State Road.A 14-year-old Sutton Drive boy was charged Feb. 19 with assault on a peace officer, resisting arrest, domestic violence and incorrigibility. He is accused of shoving his mother into a wall, and wrestling with police as they took him into custody.AssaultA 20-year-old Akron woman reported Feb. 13 that a woman she knows got out of her vehicle on Howe Avenue, grabbed the reporting party and struck her in the head. The woman then poured oil on and inside of the reporting party’s vehicle. She was referred to the prosecutor.BurglaryAn apartment in the 2500 block of State Road was burglarized Feb. 18. A safe containing a handgun and ammunition and a watch were taken.Criminal simulationSomeone passed a counterfeit check for nearly $3,000 at US Bank, 2630 Bailey Road, on Oct. 19, according to a Feb. 19 report.Identity theftAn Underwood Street man reported Feb. 19 that he is receiving collection calls concerning student loans he does not have. He thinks someone stole his identity.A Crown Ridge Drive couple reported Feb. 14 someone used their personal information to file a federal income tax return. A refund from the return was deposited into a Bank of America account.A 36-year-old Stone Street man reported Feb. 14 someone used his personal information to open a credit card account. More than $1,100 was charged to the account.Fairlawn TheftsAn Aldi manager told police an unknown man tricked a cashier into giving him more money. On Feb. 18 the man purchased an item costing 98 cents and paid with a $50 bill. He continued to ask for smaller denominations, which confused the cashier. Her drawer was eventually short $149.99.An Akron woman, 35, and a Cuyahoga Falls man, 36, were arrested for theft Feb. 17. They allegedly tried to steal $624 in merchandise from Macy’s department store. They were also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia after officers found a spoon and hypodermic needles.An Akron teen, 15, was arrested for theft Feb. 15. He allegedly tried to steal a zombie lighter valued at $7.99 from Spencer’s Gifts. He had tried to conceal it in his jacket but was caught by store security before he left the store, police said. VandalismThree juveniles were caught vandalizing a red Jeep in the Macy’s parking lot Feb. 15. They were seen by a resident kicking the driver and passenger side windows.GreenTheftAn Eagle Drive woman told a Summit County sheriff’s deputy Feb. 13 that she discovered someone had broken into her garage and had taken two cordless drills and a tool chest, total value $574.MogadoreVandalismPolice were called to a Gilchrist Road business Feb. 10 after it was discovered that a building had been entered and a window was broken.FightOfficers were called to the Spin City Skills Games on Mogadore Road on Feb. 20 to break up a fight between players. The dispute was over a derogatory remark.LitteringPolice were called to a Gilchrist Road business after someone dumped shingles on the property.New FranklinArrestsA Dailey Road woman, 33, was charged with domestic violence Feb. 8 after police said she pushed a teenage girl out of her bedroom, threw her to the ground and punched her.A 52-year-old Grove Road woman was booked on a charge of domestic violence Feb. 6 after her boyfriend told police she started yelling as they drove on Johns Road. He said she then hit him in the face and struck him several more times on the body after she got out of the car.A West Turkeyfoot Lake Road woman, 34, was jailed on a charge of domestic violence Feb. 4. She is accused of smacking her mother in the face.Identity fraudBank account information of a Center Road man was used several times in Sacramento, Calif., to make purchases totaling $1,440 without the victim’s permission, he told police.TheftJewelry valued at $2,000 was reported stolen Feb. 9 from a Melcher Avenue residence.Springfield TownshipTheftsAn Albrecht Avenue woman told police Feb. 8 that a couple rented a house on Mingo Trail and when they left took furniture valued at $1,547.An Elm Grove Avenue man said he gave a person a freezer chest full of meat, total value $1,500, and when he returned from Pennsylvania the person said someone had stolen the meat out of the freezer.StowArrestsA 20-year-old Maplewood Road man was charged Feb. 15 with driving under suspension and possession of drug abuse instruments. During his arrest, hypodermic needles were found in the man’s buttocks.BurglarySomeone broke into a home in the 4400 block of Mannington Boulevard on Feb. 17. Nothing appeared to be missing. The person left behind a plastic bag containing marijuana.A hand-held diagnostic scan tool with hardware and software, valued at more than $6,000, was taken from an attached garage in the 2000 block of Conwill Road on Feb. 18.Forgery Someone created counterfeit checks for the account of a 93-year-old Akron woman, then cashed them in Stow, according to a Feb. 13 report. A Wyndam Ridge woman reported Feb. 12 someone stole her checks, then forged and cashed one for $1,000. Police are investigating.Pandering obscenityPolice were called Feb. 15 to PAK Computers, 891 Graham Road. A technician who was transferring files for a customer discovered child pornography stored on the hard drive. The case is under investigation.Sexual assaultPolice are investigating a Feb. 19 report of sexual assault against an 85-year-old resident of a L’ermitage Place nursing home.TheftA 48-year-old Marhoffer Avenue woman reported Feb. 19 that someone took $1,900 from her purse while she was at work the previous day.TallmadgeArrestsA 36-year-old Akron woman was charged Feb. 17 with illegal assembly of chemicals used in the manufacture of drugs, aggravated possession of drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and driving under suspension. During a traffic stop on South Avenue, suspected methamphetamine was found in the vehicle. The passenger, who is the owner of the vehicle, was charged with wrongful entrustment.Cuyahoga CountyNorth RoyaltonA parent called police Feb. 13 to report that her son had been beaten up by a classmate in December.VandalismA West Wallings Road resident called police Feb. 14 to report that their lawn had been turfed.Medina CountyBrunswickVandalismPolice were called to Samuel Drive on Feb. 15 after a resident discovered that two doors had been tampered with.MedinaMissing personPolice were called to Bishop Court to help find a missing patient.Noise complaintPolice were called to Springbrook Drive on Feb. 17 after a resident complained of noises coming from the power lines.Domestic disputePolice were called to Birch Hill Drive on Feb. 17 to settle a dispute over a phone charger.Medina TownshipBurglaryPolice were called to a Gateway Drive residence Feb. 20 for a home burglary.Smoke investigationPolice were called to a restaurant on Medina Road on Feb. 18 to help investigate a hazy smoke in the air. No fire was found.Montville TownshipVandalismPolice were called to a Chestnut Hill Drive residence Feb. 20 after someone keyed a vehicle in the driveway.Suspicious noisePolice were called to a Rustic Hills Drive home after a woman alone in the house with her toddler son heard a strange noise downstairs. Police discovered an automatic floor cleaner running in a spare bedroom.VandalismA Poe Road resident called police after it was discovered that their mailbox was turned backward.WadsworthTheftTwo businesses in the 400 block of East Bergey Street were broken into Feb. 17. Inventory is pending.Portage CountyKentArrestsA 26-year-old Ravenna man was charged Feb. 15 with violating a protection order. He is accused of being at a South Depeyster Street address, in violation of a court order.A 21-year-old Mohawk Place man was arrested Feb. 14 on a warrant for felonious assault.A 26-year-old Canton man was arrested Feb. 14 on warrants for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and vehicle theft.Stark CountyCanal FultonArrestsA Poplar Street woman, 32, was jailed on a charge of domestic violence Feb. 11. She is accused of attacking her husband by biting and hitting him during an argument.A Dan Avenue man, 42, was jailed on a charge of domestic violence Feb. 8 after police said he hit his brother several times and tried to bite him. The suspect was upset that his brother woke him up by knocking on his bedroom door.Felony domestic violence charges were leveled against a Locust Street woman, 53, after police said she argued with a man Feb. 6, then punched the man’s mother several times in the face and chest.Jackson TownshipArrestsA Brooklyn, N.Y., woman was jailed Feb. 12 on two counts of felony forgery and one of forging identity cards after police said she attempted to use a forged traveler’s check at Kohl’s. She had 16 more checks in her possession when stopped, a police report said.Charges of felony disrupting public services and domestic violence were lodged against a Peyton Street Northwest man, 23, on Feb. 9 after an argument with his girlfriend. He was accused of taking her cellphone and smashing it against a wall.A felony domestic violence charge was filed against an Applegrove Street Northwest woman, 32, on Feb. 9 after police said she struck a male on his face and head several times and kicked him.A Louise Drive Northwest man was jailed Feb. 4 on charges of felony disrupting public services and domestic violence after police said he and his wife argued, struck each other and threw items at each other during an altercation.FraudOn Feb. 4, a man was told that a family member had been in trouble and needed money sent to assist him. The resident sent $1,989 via MoneyGram as instructed and then learned the incident was a fraud.TheftsA Stark State College employee reported Feb. 10 that a $750 laptop computer was stolen from her unlocked vehicle while at work.A $500 subwoofer box was stolen from a South Boulevard Northwest woman’s vehicle Feb. 2.Plain TownshipArrestsA Pittsburg Avenue Northwest man, 45, was jailed on a charge of domestic violence Feb. 11 after police said he threatened his wife and left the residence. He was arrested when he returned home.A Blake Avenue Northwest man was booked on a charge of domestic violence Feb. 10. He was accused of arguing with his girlfriend, choking her and pushing her against a wall at their apartment.UniontownBurglarySeveral firearms and tools, total value $1,100, were reported stolen from a Meandering Avenue home Feb. 11.TheftA spokesperson for the Hartville Hardware on Edison Street told police Feb. 4 that on several occasions since last July two women have stolen power tools, total value $1,000.Wayne CountyWayne sheriffArrestsA Wooster woman of the 8100 block of Friendsville Road was charged Feb. 14 with three counts of aggravated possession of drugs, drug abuse, operating a vehicle impaired and drug paraphernalia.A Burbank man of the 12100 block of Burbank Road was charged Feb. 15 with aggravated possession of drugs.A Wooster man of the 4300 block of Dover Road was charged Feb. 13 with attempted illegal manufacture of drugs, illegal assembly of chemicals, possessing criminal tools, aggravated possession of drugs, illegal use of drugs and possession of marijuana.A Wooster man of the 400 block of Washington Street was charged Feb. 13 with robbery and assault after deputies said he took the wallet of a Bardon Street man Jan. 20.A Wooster man of the 4400 block of Melrose Drive was charged Feb. 12 with illegal processing of drugs.Breaking and enteringA leaf blower and an extension cord, total value $46, were reported stolen Feb. 13 from a shed of Paradise Church of the Brethren, 3000 North Apple Creek Road, Green Township.Two chain saws, three crowbars and two sledgehammers, total value $425, were reported stolen Feb. 13 from a shed in the 5300 block of Shreve Road, Wooster Township.BurglaryA television valued at $680 was reported taken Feb. 17 from a residence in the 18800 block of Racine Road, Chippewa Township.Felonious assaultA 17-year-old boy suffered apparent broken bones Feb. 12 after police said another boy struck him in the head with a guitar at the Christian Children’s Home, 2685 Armstrong Road, Canaan Township.Identity fraudA Wayne Township woman, 36, reported Feb. 12 that someone took her debit card from her residence in the 4300 block of North Geyers Chapel Road, and used it to purchase items worth $610 in New York.Illegal conveyancePrescription medication and other items were taken Feb. 11 from a suspect at the Wayne County Jail, 201 W. North St., a report said.TheftsJewelry, medication and other items, total value $421, were reported taken Feb. 14 from a residence in the 7400 block of North Mount Eaton Road, Baughman Township.Nine bows worth $2,950 were reported stolen Feb. 15 from Hostetler Archery, 13933 Kauffman Avenue, Milton Township.A 12-gauge shotgun worth $300 was reported taken Feb. 15 from a residence in the 16400 block of Harrison Road, Paint Township.A credit card, a driver’s license and other papers were reported taken Feb. 11 from a residence in the 6800 block of Dover Road, East Union Township.Three utility vehicles valued at $450 were reported stolen Feb. 12 from Sterling Farm Equipment, 6131 Ashland Road, Chester Township.WoosterArrestA South Salem man, 19, was arrested Feb. 16 on charges of disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, prohibitions and failure to disclose personal information at a residence in the 500 block of East Wayne Avenue.BurglaryJewelry valued at $13,480 was reported stolen Feb. 18 from Treasure at the Bend, 2694 Akron Road.TheftsA 2005 Chevrolet van valued at $1,500 was reported stolen Feb. 18 from a bank parking lot, 151 N. Market St.An Elm Drive woman reported Feb. 13 that jewelry valued at $2,000 and $34 in cash were taken from her home. She also said a debit card was stolen and used to withdraw $200 from an ATM.Medication and a jacket worth $130 were reported stolen Feb. 13 from an unlocked car in the Walmart parking lot, 3883 Burbank Road.
February 23 2014 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/police-blotter-feb-23-1.468540?localLinksEnabled=false

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Local history: Hydrogen bomb was Akron’s concern in 1954
Nuclear annihilation was on the minds of Greater Akron residents 60 years ago.A month after U.S. scientists detonated a hydrogen bomb on Bikini Atoll in the Pacific Ocean, the fallout wasn’t just radioactive. It was psychological.The March 1954 blast was the largest U.S. test ever exploded and unleashed a force 1,000 times greater than the atomic bombs dropped in 1945 on Hiroshima and Nagasaki to end World War II.The 15-megaton H-bomb produced a 99,000-degree fireball that formed a mushroom cloud 60 miles high and 100 miles wide, contaminating almost 7,000 square miles.The Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union surely would escalate. Was civilization doomed?As the rubber capital of the world, Akron was considered a prime target for attack. In April 1954, Beacon Journal writers Betty Jaycox and Dick Dietz interviewed dozens of people to gauge public fears.The responses, ranging from helpless to hopeful, offer insight into the mindset 60 years ago. Would the reactions be the same today?• Al Rauckhorst, 878 Witwer Ave., B.F. Goodrich rubber worker: “If I knew an H-bomb were to be set off here, I don’t know what I’d do. Maybe I’d get in a car and try to drive away, but they probably wouldn’t let us use cars. Or maybe I’d dig a hole. What good is it to run? I might just as well stay here and die.”• Marion Knowles, 275 Melbourne Ave.: “My first instinct in case of attack would be to get away from the city, but I would turn on the radio and follow instructions. Besides, we couldn’t leave behind our hospital cases, our children in the Children’s Home, or our old and infirm.”• Mary Bodman, 145 Conger Ave.: “We have a plane that my husband uses in his business, and if such an alarm should ever come, we plan to fly with our three children to central Indiana, far enough south of the steel mills of Gary to have a chance for survival.”• Ann Nichols, 38 Beck Ave., secretary of the Temple Restaurant Equipment Co.: “We have already talked about what we would do, and we’re going to hold a family meeting to make definite plans. Communications would probably be tied up completely, so we are going to all walk to a certain meeting point so that we can leave the city together.”• A.C. Sherrill, 253 Oakgrove Drive, Coventry Township, personnel director of Columbia Southern Chemical Corp., Barberton: “We can make simple preparations at home like putting in a supply of food and water in a protected spot in the basement. Everyone should have a personal plan of some sort. It’s no longer realistic to think of the use of highways. Sections of the city must become self-serving for a while.”• James Rounds, 1271 Hardesty Blvd., butcher: “The bomb will get you anyway. There’s no place to go except to try to keep from being trampled to death. I feel almost a complete helplessness about it.”• Ralph Bergmann, 1842 Lancaster St., Cuyahoga Falls, assistant director of research for United Rubber Workers: “What concerns me is not that the hydrogen bomb can kill me. Any bomb can do that. I’m concerned with its far-reaching effects on civilization. I don’t want to return to the Middle Ages and have to grow my own food and weave my own cloth — if I survive.”• George D. Culler, 605 Malvern Road, Akron Art Institute director: “People can’t function under a realization of destruction. So they turn off their thoughts about it completely. The result is apathy. I don’t think anyone could imagine what the hydrogen bomb means and then live with that as a constant factor.”• Mack Ellick, 923 Hamlin St., Polsky’s salesman: “I believe in letting things take their course. Why worry about what we can’t do anything about? The bomb is so tremendous, it’s hard to see anything to offset it.”• William Williams, 4424 Ruth Ave., Barberton, president of Allied Chemical: “Wondering who will be the first to jump with the bomb makes me uneasy. We’re not out of reach and a big rubber center is an obvious target. I’m more apprehensive since news of the H-bomb broke.”• William Forster, 71 Nebraska St., Akron City Hospital assistant administrator: “If a person has a firm grasp on life and strong religious convictions, this will cover his anxieties. I have no thoughts of escaping the area of destruction. … The best chance is to sit tight.”• Antigone Lardas, 868 Forest Drive: “Who would be crazy enough to drop such a bomb? Russia knows we have the bomb and we know Russia has it. If we drop them on each other, no one will ever win such a war. There would be nothing left of either country that anyone would want.”• Ray Myers, 196 Aqueduct St., police and fire signal chief: “The H-bomb has caused me to do less thinking. If it gets to us, we won’t have to worry about what we should have done. But I don’t think either side dares use it. Life looks just as sweet to them as to us.”• Howard Bachtel, 471 Westmoreland St., South High teacher: “The H-bomb is not of immediate concern. International tensions will have to become much greater than they are now. I feel, however, that we are subconsciously aware of the concept. It takes nothing to start a conversation about it.”• Virginia Harwick, 475 Delaware Ave., Harwick Standard Chemical Co. chairman: “The Allied nations must band together to make treaties with Russia and her satellites, treaties that will outlaw the bomb as a weapon of warfare. But no treaty or agreement will work unless there is a religious spirit through the world.”• Charles F. Burke, 421 Merriman Drive, assistant to the president at General Tire: “Too much emphasis on one weapon to the exclusion of others will put us in for a bad surprise. Every time a weapon is developed, a good defense is prepared. The weapon to worry about is the one we haven’t heard of. I don’t think the H-bomb is a threat to Akron today.”• Rabbi Morton Applebaum, 386 Delaware Ave., Temple Israel: “Science ought to stop for a while so the spirit of man can catch up. We’re geared to a war psychology, concentrating our efforts on destruction. Subconsciously, everyone is terrified. It doesn’t show in the daily routine. You notice it when people stop to talk about the bomb.”• Cecilia Amelia, 630 Fouse Ave., Acme worker: “If more people went to church, the hydrogen bomb wouldn’t be dropped. Prayer is the greatest power to save us all. If we ever have a hydrogen alert, I want to be in St. Hedwig’s Church when it comes.”• Malcolm Hendry, 1816 19th St., Cuyahoga Falls, B.F. Goodrich research chemist: “I consider Christianity the only solution. The more influence in that direction, the more chance to survive. The trouble is this is a slow process. I’m an optimist. I don’t believe they’ll drop the H-bomb on us.”• Charlotte Garrigan, 1953 Tudor Ave., Cuyahoga Falls: “I have faith in the future. People always think they have a future, no matter what danger they face. Even the boys in combat thought they had a future, and I think our way of life would survive, even if we were threatened with the hydro­gen bomb.”Copy editor Mark J. Price is author of The Rest Is History: True Tales From Akron’s Vibrant Past, a book from the University of Akron Press. He can be reached at 330-996-3850 or mjprice@thebeaconjournal.com.
Happening April 21 2014 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/local-history-hydrogen-bomb-was-akron-s-concern-in-1954-1.482257?localLinksEnabled=false

Charity events — week of April 21 and beyond
This WeekThursdayWomen’s Board of the Summit County Juvenile Court Center Spring Fundraiser — 11 a.m. at Guy’s Party Center, 500 E. Waterloo Road, Akron. Lunch and fashion show of child and adult clothing by Dillard’s of Summit Mall. $18. Supports reading, tutoring and educational programs for youths involved with the court, emergency clothing and other special requests. For reservations, call Barbara Mattern at 330-633-7968 or email Barb Jones at brjones7075@gmail.com. Taste of Jackson — 6-9 p.m. at Shady Hollow Country Club, 4865 Wales Ave. NW, Jackson Township. Wine tasting and food from Jackson area restaurants. Proceeds benefit Jackson YMCA. Tickets available through Jackson Township Rotary, www.jackson­rotaryfoundation.com. For information, call 330-268-2353. Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library Foundation Dessert Extravaganza and Silent Auction — 7-9:30 p.m. at Roses Run Country Club, 2636 N. River Road, Stow. Tickets at the library’s circulation desk, $25; $30 at the door. www.smfpl.org/dessert or call Ann Malthaner at 330-688-3295, ext. 110.FridayThe Rape Crisis Center of Medina and Summit Counties Walk a Mile in Her Shoes — 5:30 p.m. at Lock 3 Park, 200 S. Main St., Akron. Music, food, resource center, and walk to raise awareness and funds to fight sexual violence. Call Paul Henry at 330-860-5629 or email PaulH@scmcbws.org. Zane’s Foundation Inc. Spring Fundraiser & Casino Night — 6 p.m. at Tangier, 532 W. Market St., Akron. Dinner, cash bar, DJ, dance floor, casino, live and silent auction, raffles. $40-$50. Proceeds help provide services for children and adults with special needs. 330-677-9263 or info@zanesfoundation.org. The Arc of Summit and Portage Counties Reverse Raffle & Auction — 6 p.m. at Guy’s Party Centre, 500 E. Waterloo Road, Akron. Dinner, $2,000 grand prize, reverse raffle, live and silent auction. $75. For tickets or to donate an auction item, call 330-836-5863. SaturdayWalk MS in Akron — University of Akron’s Stile Athletics Field House, 289 S. Union St. Check-in begins at 8 a.m. Walk to raise funds for local programs, services and medical research for multiple sclerosis. 800-344-4867 or www.MSohiowalk.org. Trinity Rose Foundation Bowling for Blindness — 2-4:30 p.m. at AMF Medina Lanes, 201 Harding St., Medina. Bowlers of all ages play two games with a twist: one team member will bowl blindfolded while their partner serves as their guide. $40 per team, includes bowling, shoe rental and refreshments. Prizes for the top three teams, 50/50 raffle. 330-618-8668 or www.trinityrose.org. Kenmore Kiwanis Swiss Steak Dinner — 4-7 p.m. at Kenmore Church of the Nazarene, 2025 12th St. SW, Akron. Swiss steak dinner with mashed potatoes, vegetable, salad, rolls, dessert and beverage. $10 for adults, $5 children 10 and under. Tickets must be purchased in advance; call Lynda at 330-745-7581.Wayne Center for the Arts Wine and Beer Festival Fundraiser — 6:30 p.m. at Greenbriar Conference and Party Center, 50 Riffel Road, Wooster. $45 for 10 tasting coupons and buffet by the Wooster Inn; $15 designated drivers; additional tasting coupons, 10 for $5. Purchase tickets at Wayne Center for the Arts and The Wooster Inn. www.wayneartscenter.org. Stand Up for Downs presents The Comedy Series — 8:30 p.m. at the Main Street Cafe, 17 Public Square, Medina. Hosted by Rob Snow, with Josh Womack and Mike Conley. $15. www.standupfordowns.org. SundaySnacks with the SuperHeroes — 2 p.m. at Redeemer Family Life Center, Cuyahoga Falls. Children of all ages are encouraged to dress up like their favorite super characters. Meet and greets, photo sessions, snacks, games and activities. Proceeds benefit the Dane Foundation. $14 for children under 12, $15 for all others. Tickets must be purchased in advance; call 330-703-1183 or go to www.TheDaneFoundation.org. Release Yoga Vinyl Vinyasa Fundraiser Class — 6:30 p.m. at Release Yoga Studio, 880 E. Turkeyfoot Lake Road, Green. $5 donation raises money for the Summit County Humane Society. Suitable for all levels of students. The Modern Electric’s new album will be played in the class, and members of the band will participate. www.releaseyoga.com. DeadlinesMcKinley Presidential Library & Museum, “A Diamond Soiree” — 6-7:30 p.m. April 30 at the museum, 800 McKinley Monument Drive NW, Canton. Heavy hors d’oeuvres, open bar, behind-the-scenes tour, an appearance by William and Ida McKinley, and souvenir. 100 percent of sales will go toward the Ida McKinley Tiara Fund. $500. Reservation deadline is Friday. www.mckinleymuseum.org or 330-455-7043. Summit County CASA/GAL Annual Ladies Fundraising Luncheon, “Imagine A World Without Child Abuse” — 11:30 a.m. May 3 at Portage Country Club, 240 N. Portage Path, Akron. The luncheon will include special guest Karen Starr, owner of Hazel Tree interiors, who will inspire attendees with decorating tips to lighten up their homes for the spring. $50 per ticket. Reservation deadline Friday. Call Kim Ray at 330-696-1535 or email kimray1234@gmail.com. For more information, go to www.summitcasagal.org/news/events.aspx. Mother’s Day 5K — 8 a.m. May 11 at Munroe Falls Metro Park, 521 S. River Road. Early registration (before Friday) is $20 per person age 15 or older, with free shirt. Race day registration is $30 age 15 or older. All participants 14 or younger are free. Benefits the Metro Parks Foundation. Register at www.active.com. For details, call 330-865-8065 or go to www.summitmetro­parks.org. Golf OutingsEast High Alumni Association Dragon Open — Saturday at Turkeyfoot Golf Links, 294 W. Turkeyfoot Lake Road, New Franklin. 1 p.m. shotgun start. $70, includes 18 holes and cart, lunch, dinner, 5 drink coupons, and prizes and giveaways. Information, call Chuck Resinek at 330-815-1451, Eric Homa at 330-388-5588, John Stanley at 330-571-2981, George Tonies at 330-815-2001, or Chuck Malivuk at 216-244-3305. Fairways to Fight Hunger — May 3 at Tam O’Shanter Dales Course, 5055 Hills and Dales Road NW, Canton. 9 a.m. shotgun start. $75, includes 18 holes with cart, coffee, doughnuts, fruit, hot dog at the turn, Old Carolina BBQ dinner, 50/50. Supports the Stark County Hunger Task Force. Reservation deadline today. To register, go to www.starkhunger.org. Hospitality Scholarship Golf Tournament — May 9 at J.E. Good Park Golf Course, 530 Nome Ave., Akron. 10 a.m. shotgun start. $60, includes 18 holes of golf and cart, lunch and refreshments. Hosted by the Akron/Summit Convention and Visitors Bureau. Proceeds help fund scholarships for students in the University of Akron Summit College Hospitality Management program. Reservation deadline Friday. 330-972-6601 or jamal@uakron.edu. Send information about social and charity events to The Scene, c/o Lynne Sherwin, Features Department, Akron Beacon Journal, P.O. Box 640, Akron, OH 44309. Or email lsherwin@thebeaconjournal.com with “The Scene” in the subject line. Event notices should be sent at least two weeks in advance. Merits of all organizations have not been investigated by the Beacon Journal, so potential donors should verify the worthiness of a cause before committing.
Happening April 21 2014 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/charity-events-week-of-april-21-and-beyond-1.482248?localLinksEnabled=false

Bunny egg hunters blessed by Old World tradition
CUYAHOGA FALLS: An old European Easter tradition meshed with contemporary holiday fervor on Saturday at St. Joseph Catholic Church, where traditional parishioners brought baskets of food to be blessed before Sunday dinner while others brought empty baskets, also to be blessed, and then filled by children foraging for bunny eggs.The blessing is rooted in Slavic Catholic tradition, later adopted throughout the Catholic Church in America. The event, during which a pastor mixes food with prayer and holy water, marks the end of the six penitent weeks of Lent.It’s traditional and wholesome for some, who have grown up in the shadows of their heritage.“Every thing we had [growing up], we made it,” Anna Svendsen said with a Slavic accent.The Cuyahoga Falls resident is a second-generation immigrant from Ukraine. She set down her homemade basket, a family heirloom, at the altar at St. Joe’s. Inside was fresh-churned butter, kielbasa, goat cheese, horseradish root and Easter bread.Decorated blow-out eggs, not the contemporary hard-boiled and painted kind, lined Svendsen’s basket, which was covered in a pristine cloth embroidered in Ukranian national colors, yellow and blue.Svendsen sat with dozens of parishioners in the pews listening to readings from the book of Deuteronomy from the Old Testament. Beside her was Rosemary Dzatko, a fellow old soul of East European descent.Dzatko, a 30-year member of St. Joe’s, was raised with the blessing tradition.“It’s just how you start your Easter,” she said, holding a basket covered in a family cloth, which she said is more than a century old.Beneath the cloth were smoked meats, eggs, a horseradish beet relish “and wine, of course,” she added with a chuckle.“This is old world,” said Rose Mercurio, head sacristan at the church, pointing to the traditional and homemade trappings of Easter dinner. “That’s new,” she added, pointing to a basket filled with store-bought bread and Russell Stover’s chocolate bunnies. “As time goes by, traditions do fall,” observed Mercurio, encouraged by the younger turnout on Saturday. “Younger folks are keeping up.”Regardless of its origin, the Rev. Jared Orndorff blessed the food by flinging holy water from an aspergillum and giving prayer.Then, he invited the children to the front to receive another blessing before being turned loose to collect Easter eggs at St. Joseph School, a K-8 building less than a block away. The children squinted and giggled as Orndorff splashed their faces with holy water.Isabelle Ubelhart, a 9-year-old student at St. Joe’s, brushed the droplets from her face with her right hand, before crossing her heart. Isabelle and her family attended the Saturday Mass and blessing for the first time.“We didn’t really know what to expect,” said Tom Ubelhart, her father.It was a new experience for the couple, who noted that at such a young age, every Easter is new to the two girls. While the blessing may be novel to the Ubelhart family, youngest daughter Gabby has a firm grasp of what to look forward to each year. “Easter Bunny gets you eggs,” she said. The blessed children left the church and skipped down the street, swinging empty baskets in the spring sunshine on their way to the school, where older children hastily hid eggs. Doug Livingston can be reached at 330-996-3792 or dlivingston@thebeaconjournal.com.
Happening April 20 2014 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/bunny-egg-hunters-blessed-by-old-world-tradition-1.482213?localLinksEnabled=false

Troublesome Cuyahoga Falls intersection to get new signs
CUYAHOGA FALLS: Cuyahoga Falls City Council on Monday will hear details about the signage designed to solve the problems at the intersection of State Road and Portage Trail.Drivers have been complaining since July about a median installed on State Road. The complaints increased as bad weather faded temporary lane markings, causing some motorists traveling south to nearly miss a jog to the left to avoid the median. Northbound motorists have their own problems with the road divider. They say the graduating concrete base is difficult to see at night, even after a reflector was put in place. Several vehicles drove onto the snow-covered base of the median during the winter.City officials hope the signs will give direction to drivers as they manage new turn lanes and traffic flow.City council also will learn why the paving company that worked on that intersection is asking for just over half million dollars more because of delays in the project.According to the proposed ordinance, it was necessary to adjust the scope of work beyond what was originally estimated, because of changes in the Portage Crossing development plans.Those changes required additional work on the roadways, traffic signals, lane structure, and other work, delaying the project’s completion and causing the Karvo Paving to incur additional costs.Mayor Don Walters is asking Falls city council to approve additional payments up to $572,280.66.The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Cuyahoga Falls Natatorium.
Happening April 20 2014 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/troublesome-cuyahoga-falls-intersection-to-get-new-signs-1.482122?localLinksEnabled=false

Military Order of the Purple Heart: All veterans in this group received a Purple Heart in combat
SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP: Some were shot.Others were injured in land mine explosions, by rocket or mortar attacks, by roadside bombs or struck by shrapnel from grenades or many other ways.Every member of a veterans’ group that met on Saturday morning had one life-altering and dramatic thing in common.All were recipients of the Purple Heart, the award given to members of the military who have been killed or wounded in battle.“There are so many people who don’t understand that freedom isn’t free,” said Bill Maxwell, 83, a Marine veteran of the Korean War and a member of the Military Order of the Purple Heart Chapter 699 with its 151 members.There are fifteen chapters of the Military Order of the Purple Heart in Ohio and 478 chapters nationwide.The Akron area chapter, Chapter 699, was established in 1999 and disbanded in 2000 and then was re-established again in 2011.While most of the members of Chapter 699 are Vietnam veterans, there are some World War II and Korean vets along with younger veterans from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, like Rob Ballis and Bryan Marshall.Ballis, 34, of Cuyahoga Falls, an Army Iraq veteran, was wounded in 2005 in Iraq when shrapnel from a rocket went into his side.The group, Ballis said, gives him a chance to meet with other veterans who have been wounded in combat.“It helps talking to the Vietnam guys,” said Ballis, who said he suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).Marshall, 35, of Portage County’s Mantua Township, served 12 years in the Air Force and in the Army.He was injured from a roadside bomb blast that killed three of his friends in a truck in front of him while serving in the Army in April 2007. Married and the father of two, Marshall is helped with his PTSD with a service dog named Mic that stays by his side to assist him. “He brings me back to the moment,” said Marshall.Talking to the older vets helps greatly, he said.“I am just trying to get my bearings,” he said.Every Wednesday, some members of the group spend time at the Summit County Veterans Service Commission on East Waterloo Road in Akron, greeting vets who show up for help.The national group was chartered by Congress in 1958 and has 45,000 members.The website of the National Purple Heart Hall of Honor — www.thepurpleheart.com — estimates that 1.8 million Purple Heart medals have been awarded.The Department of Veterans Affairs reports that the award was first issued by General George Washington as the “Badge of Military Merit” in 1782 and was then reintroduced as the Purple Heart on Feb. 22, 1932, on the 200th anniversary of Washington’s birth.Paul Suscinski, a 66-year-old Vietnam Marine veteran from Norton who is retired from the insurance business, was shot twice in 1966 in Vietnam and later served a second tour in Vietnam. He said being wounded and receiving a Purple Heart, “opened my eyes to the realization that there is a God and there is a higher being than all of us and he saved my life that day.”At Saturday’s meeting, Larry Emery, 70, a Marine Vietnam veteran from Plain Township, said the prayer.“We come to you with thankful hearts for this time together,” Emery said as the vets bowed their heads together.Bill Maxwell, of Springfield Township, was wounded in December 1950 during the Battle of the Chosin Reservoir in the Korean War.“A grenade blew a hole in my leg,” he said of his injury.Maxwell likes talking to the younger members of the group, even though speaking of war experiences brings up much pain.The fact is, said Maxwell, an Ohio Bell retiree, that there is a price for freedom and that is what everyone who ever received a Purple Heart has paid.“It costs somebody,” he said. “It cost me a bit.”Jim Carney can be reached at 330-996-3576 or jcarney@thebeaconjournal.com.
Happening April 20 2014 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/military-order-of-the-purple-heart-all-veterans-in-this-group-received-a-purple-heart-in-combat-1.482147?localLinksEnabled=false

Tallmadge rec center director accused of criminal trespassing
Police don’t know why. All they know, a detective said, is the Tallmadge recreation center director went inside the adjoining Summa Health Care offices seven times last month.Once inside, police said, David Cooper would spend anywhere from two to 11 minutes in Summa’s rehabilitation offices.What he did in the offices is not clear, police Lt. Ron Williams said Friday.Cooper, 55, did not steal anything nor did he access medical records held on the health-care provider computers, Williams said.He is, however, on paid leave and charged in Stow Municipal Court with seven misdemeanor counts of criminal trespassing. He pleaded not guilty through his attorney on Wednesday. A trial is scheduled for June 3.His attorney, Kevin Breen, could not be reached for comment.Warning givenWilliams said Cooper was warned earlier this year to stop entering the Summa offices, which are housed alongside the city-run recreation center on North Avenue.Instead, Cooper continued using his access key to enter the offices, police said.Video surveillance images, police said, show Cooper went inside the offices seven times between March 4 and March 23, usually after 4 or 5 p.m., when Summa closed. On one occasion, he went inside the offices at 9 a.m. on a Sunday. Video suggests Cooper would stay in the offices from two to 11 minutes at a time, Williams said. He was apparently alone on each occasion, Williams said.What Cooper did while inside the offices is not yet known.“That’s what we’re working on,” Williams said. “I think I can say with confidence that nothing was stolen and no medical records were viewed. But as for what he did, I’m not certain enough to say for sure at this point.”Jim Gosky, a Summa spokesman, confirmed Friday afternoon that no medical records were compromised. He said he could not comment further because of the ongoing police investigation.Access to Summa officesTallmadge Mayor David Kline placed Cooper on paid leave March 28 pending the outcome of the criminal case.He said Cooper, as the center director, had a key that gave him access to the Summa offices. However, without an emergency, Summa was entitled to 24-hour notice before their offices could be entered.Kline said he is unaware why Cooper would have entered the offices. He said he first learned of the alleged trespassing through another employee.“I’m shocked. I’m disappointed. That’s out of his character,” he said.Cooper is the second recreation center director to be accused of criminal misconduct. He was hired in 2008 at $58,000 a year to replace former director Thomas Headrick.Headrick was fired that same year after pleading guilty to theft charges. He was accused of stealing more than $100,000 by using city workers for his private grass-cutting business and spending nearly $1,900 of city money for employees’ Christmas presents.Cooper, a Kent State University graduate, had been the assistant director of recreation in Wadsworth for 19 years. He previously was the program director for the Cuyahoga Falls YMCA.Phil Trexler can be reached at 330-996-3717 or ptrexler@thebeaconjournal.com. He can be followed on Twitter at www.twitter.com/PhilTrexler.
Happening April 18 2014 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/break-news/tallmadge-rec-center-director-accused-of-criminal-trespassing-1.481829?localLinksEnabled=false

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Man seeks retrial after firing at crime lab
Robert W. Petrone, a Cuyahoga Falls man sentenced to eight years in prison in 2011, has asked for a new trial after learning about an investigation into the crime lab worker who testified at his trial.
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