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Larceny Theft:26
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Resident population of two or more races recorded52
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Police blotter — Dec. 1
Summit CountyAkronArrestsA Snyder Street man, 33, was charged with possession of Oxycodone and possession of marijuana following a traffic stop at South Arlington and East Exchange streets.A North Main Street man, 39, was charged with possession of crack and heroin after a traffic stop at Lawton Street and Noble Avenue.A Flora Avenue man, 61, was charged with domestic violence after he allegedly struck his girlfriend in the nose.An East Crosier Street man, 18, was charged with receiving stolen property after police stopped him at Baird Street and Clay Drive in a vehicle that was reported stolen in Columbus.A Ravenna man, 40, was charged with possession of crack, possession of cocaine and possession of criminal tools after a traffic stop at Wildwood Avenue and Hoye Street.A Forrest Drive man, 34, was charged with possession of crack after a traffic stop at East South Street and Clay Drive.A Stroman Avenue woman, 45, was charged with assault on a peace officer. Police said she was intoxicated at an apartment in the 700 block of Anderson Avenue and resisted arrest.A Barberton man, 30, was charged with possession of heroin after a traffic stop at Allyn and East South streets.A Wall Street man, 20, was charged with possession of crack after he allegedly tried to kick in a door at North Main Street and Tallmadge Avenue.An Audubon Road man, 37, was charged with drug abuse and tampering with evidence after a traffic stop at Grace and Garth avenues. Police said he was found trying to conceal crack in his mouth.A West Cedar Street man, 24, was charged with domestic violence, domestic violence menacing, felonious assault, aggravated menacing, having weapons under disability and carrying a concealed weapon after a fight with his girlfriend.A Cuyahoga Falls man, 37, was charged with felonious assault and robbery after police said he punched a man outside a nightclub on West Exchange Street, knocking him unconscious, then took belongings from the victim’s pockets.A North Arlington Street man, 41, was charged with possession of crack after a traffic stop at Laird and Fulton streets.A Cuyahoga Falls woman, 27, was charged with theft of drugs and illegal procession of a drug document after police said she admitted stealing medications from a cart at her place of employment.An Ackley Street man, 32, was charged with domestic violence with a previous conviction, having weapons under disability and child endangering after police said he slapped his pregnant girlfriend several times.A Crosby Street man, 19, a Tallmadge man, 23, and a Cleveland man, 21, were charged with two counts of robbery each after police said they robbed two men at gunpoint at Power and Kling streets.BarbertonArrestAn East Lake Avenue man, 51, was charged with domestic violence Nov. 16 after an altercation involving his girlfriend.BurglaryA $2,000 flat-screen TV was among numerous items, total value $3,300, taken from a Teakwood Court residence Nov. 17.A homeless man, 32, was jailed Nov. 21 on a charge of breaking and entering six days after a brick was used to break out the drive-up window and enter the Dairy Queen on Norton Avenue. Police said nothing appeared to have been taken.TheftsA Wooster Road North man told police Nov. 19 that someone entered his truck and stole a case with 120 CDs inside and other items, total value $960.Items totaling $2,300, including a $200 revolver, were reported stolen Nov. 15 at a Madison Avenue home. The victim said the thefts had been occurring since April.Electric cables were ripped from a Franklin Avenue home and siding was damaged in the process, according to a police report. Total loss was set at $500.Bath TownshipTheftsA woman, 63, reported Nov. 16 that her purse was stolen while she shopped in Acme Fresh Market, 3979 Medina Road.Three Persian rugs were stolen Nov. 10-16 from a garage in the 700 block of Ghent Road.Coventry TownshipArrestsA Greenbay Drive man, 26, was charged with domestic violence Nov. 24 after he allegedly hit his girlfriend in the face during a quarrel.A Portage Lakes Drive woman, 48, was arrested at home Nov. 17 on a warrant charging felony forgery.A Wymore Avenue man, 37, was wanted on a domestic violence warrant Nov. 15 after he allegedly pushed a man to the ground and hit him in the face several times.TheftsA Canova Drive resident told deputies Nov. 22 that someone used her credit-card information in Michigan to make a purchase of $1,168.A Canal Fulton woman told deputies that items valued at $1,394 were stolen from two vehicles parked Nov. 17 on West Warner Road.Cuyahoga FallsArrestsA Silver Meadows Boulevard man, 26, was charged with drug abuse Nov. 25 after police said he had a narcotic without a prescription.An Akron boy, 17, was charged with domestic violence and criminal damaging Nov. 24 after he allegedly punched the mother, 22, of his child.An Akron man, 46, was charged with theft and criminal trespassing Nov. 24 after he allegedly returned unpurchased merchandise for cash at Home Depot, 325 Howe Ave. He allegedly returned $4,700 in goods over a four-month span.A 24th Street couple was charged with domestic violence Nov. 16. The woman, 19, told police her boyfriend, 20, punched her arms and legs and choked her. He said she hit him in the face. Both had injuries.An Akron man, 18, was charged with abusing a harmful intoxicant, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs, driving under suspension and obstructing official business Nov. 18. He is accused of inhaling dust cleaner while driving on State Road at Portage Trail and giving police a phony name.Aggravated robberyThe manager of Pulp Smoothie, 1210 Buchholzer Blvd., said the store was robbed just before noon Nov. 18. A robber showed a clerk a gun tucked in his waistband and demanded money. He fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.ArsonSomeone filled a soda can and a plastic bottle with lighter fluid Nov. 22 and ignited them at 13th Street and Silver Lake Avenue.A leasing agent for Wyoga Lake Commons reported Nov. 12 that a 7-year-old boy lit paper on fire in a first-floor stairwell. BurglariesSomeone broke into a vacant home Nov. 18 in the 1500 block of Campbell Street and stole $3,000 in tools.Two TV sets and other electronic equipment, total value $1,200, were stolen Nov. 22 from a home in the 3300 block of Prange Drive.A woman told police Nov. 18 that someone broke into her home in the 1900 block of 18th Street, but nothing appeared to be missing.Someone entered an apartment Nov. 12 in the 1900 block of 26th Street and stole prescription drugs.An intruder stole jewelry Nov. 16 from a home in the 1000 block of Roosevelt Avenue.Someone broke into a home Nov. 11 in the 2500 block of Oakwood Drive.A thief broke into an apartment Nov. 12 in the 3200 block of Prange Drive and stole $200.MenacingA Brace Place woman reported Nov. 19 that a Bolich Middle School student threatened to kill her daughter, 12.An Akron man, 20, was charged with menacing Nov. 16 after he allegedly threatened a couple after a near-collision in the parking lot at Target, 449 Howe Ave.Pandering obscenityA Best Buy Geek Squad employee reported Nov. 12 that a computer brought in for repairs appeared to contain child pornography.RobberyAn Akron man, 44, was charged with robbery Nov. 18 after he allegedly threatened to harm a High Street woman, 26, if she did not give him money.FraudAn Orchestra Street man told police Nov. 22 that he fell prey to a $2,579 scam. He told police a man posing as an Internal Revenue Service agent told him to pay the money or he would be in trouble.Identity theftA Campbell Street woman reported Nov. 25 someone used her personal information to file a 2011 federal income tax return.A Bailey Road man reported Nov. 25 that someone he knows is using his identity to obtain credit and bank accounts.TheftsTwo bicycles, total value $1,700, were taken Nov. 23 from a garage in the 1700 block of 23rd Street.A Beacon Hill Circle man, 59, reported Nov. 25 that someone took a Nike gym bag containing his car keys, clothing and personal items from the men’s locker room at the Natatorium, 2345 Fourth St. A wallet containing credit cards and $35 was taken from his car.A South Hidden Valley Road man reported Nov. 17 that someone took $4,000 from his home.GreenTheftsA Moore Road woman told deputies Nov. 19 that she received a phone call to send $1,961 to get her grandson out of jail. She sent the money to an unknown person. Her grandson wasn’t in jail.A clerk at the Verizon store on South Arlington Road reported that three individuals posing as customers stole a box containing six iPhones, total value $1,200. One of the men filled out a credit application while the other two walked around. When the credit was denied, the three left.HudsonArrestsAn Akron man was charged with possession of marijuana after a traffic stop Nov. 18 on Stow Road. He also was charged with speeding.A College Street man was charged with carrying a concealed weapon Nov. 6 during a traffic stop on Darrow Road.A West Streetsboro Street man, 41, was charged with domestic violence Nov. 10 after he allegedly threatened to kill his father.BurglaryAn alarm sounded after someone tried to enter a home Nov. 13 in the 300 block of Cheshire Road.TheftA Duffield Drive man reported a theft Nov. 18 involving a home improvement contractor.New FranklinTelephone harassmentA warrant for telecommunications harassment was issued Nov. 11 for an Akron man, 45, who allegedly called someone repeatedly on Veterans Day to make threats.NortonArrestsA Watkins Road man, 34, was arrested Nov. 20 on a warrant alleging domestic violence.Breaking and enteringSomeone broke into the equipment room at Loyal Oak Car Wash, 3078 Jackson Drive, forced open coin boxes and caused more than $30,000 in damage to machines.ForgeryA Greenwich Road man reported Nov. 22 that a relative admitted stealing four checks, then forging and cashing them. He said she promised to pay back the money.Springfield TownshipArrestsA Wadsworth man, 53, of Chestnut Street, was charged with domestic violence Nov. 19 after he allegedly hit a woman in the side of the face and fled. He was arrested four hours later when he returned.An Akron man, 29, of Long Street, was charged with felony theft Nov. 12 after he allegedly stole a tattoo kit, subwoofers and an amplifier, total value $1,800, from a truck parked on Kubler Trail.Domestic violenceA Linnway Drive man, 33, was wanted Nov. 14 on a felony domestic violence warrant after he allegedly grabbed his girlfriend by the hair, kicked in a bedroom door and pushed her into a hallway mirror.StowArrestsA Kent Road man, 42, was charged with assault and resisting arrest Nov. 24 after he allegedly took a swing at officers while being arrested on a Summit County warrant.A Fishcreek Road girl, 16, was charged with domestic violence Nov. 20 after she allegedly pushed her mother into a table.A Marsh Road woman, 59, was charged with domestic violence Nov. 14.A Cuyahoga Falls woman, 23, was charged with forgery, misuse of a credit card and three counts of theft Nov. 14.A Youngstown man, 25, was charged with domestic violence Nov. 18.BurglariesA resident scared off three intruders who broke into a home Nov. 22 in the 400 block of Treeside Drive.Coins were stolen Nov. 19 from a home in the 1700 block of Lillian Road.Misuse of credit cardA Maplepark Road woman, 22, reported Nov. 14 that someone used her credit-card account to make a purchase of nearly $1,000.A Graham Road woman, 29, reported Nov. 20 that someone used her stolen credit card for more than $600 in unauthorized charges.Sexual assaultsPolice were investigating the reported sexual assault of a 12-year-old girl Nov. 20.Police were investigating a Nov. 21 rape report from a woman, 28.TallmadgeArrestsA Cuyahoga Falls man, 32, was charged Nov. 14 with possessing chemicals to manufacture methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia following a traffic stop on East Avenue.A Cleveland man, 25, was charged Nov. 19 with receiving stolen property and possession of criminal tools. He is accused of driving a car stolen from Cleveland.BurglaryA North Thomas Road woman reported Nov. 20 that her apartment was burglarized while she took her children to school and ran an errand. Cash and a Kindle Fire were taken.Cuyahoga CountyNorth RoyaltonLoud musicOfficers were called to a home on State Road after 11 p.m. Nov. 25 for a report of loud music in the backyard. Residents told officers a crew was going to film a music video. They were advised to keep it quiet.VandalismA Bennett Road resident called police Nov. 23 to complain that someone pulled her driveway reflectors out of the ground and wrote on her vehicle with butter.Medina CountyMedinaVandalismPolice were called to West Sturbridge Drive on Nov. 23 for a report of a car turfing a lawn. It turns out it was someone looking for a lost dog.Suspicious carPolice found a woman asleep in a car Nov. 23 on North Court Street. The woman said she fell asleep while waiting for her windows to defrost.Suspicious personPolice officers were called to North Court Street on Nov. 23 for a report of a suspicious person. They found a man using a sail on a skateboard scooting around a parking lot.VandalismPolice were called to Brynmar Lane on Nov. 22 to investigate a bent shepherd’s hook in a garden.Medina TownshipSuspicious personOfficers discovered a man slumped over in a car Nov. 25 on Medina Road. It turned out the man was searching his car for a missing cellphone charger.TheftPolice were called to Pearl Road business Nov. 23 to investigate the theft of scrap metal. The business owner said scrap metal has slowly been disappearing over two years.Montville TownshipSuspicious vehicleOfficers discovered a locked, empty car running with its lights on Nov. 24 at Ganley Nissan. Police officers were able to unlock the car and turn off the engine.WadsworthArrestsA Water Street man, 18, was arrested Nov. 26 on a warrant alleging he violated probation.FalsificationPolice were investigating a suspected false police report Nov. 7.Portage CountyKentArrestsA Pawnee Place man, 19, and a Cleveland woman, 18, were charged with abduction Nov. 19. The man also was charged with assault.Stark CountyCanal FultonArrestA Canton man, 50, of 14th Street Northeast, was arrested Nov. 19 on a Canal Fulton warrant charging him with felony theft.Jackson TownshipArrestsA homeless man, 50, was arrested Nov. 17 on a warrant alleging telecommunications harassment.A Canton woman, 42, of Treeside Street Northeast, was arrested Nov. 14 on a theft charge after police said she concealed jewelry and clothing, total value $818, in her pockets at Kohl’s on Dressler Road Northwest.Breaking and enteringTwo small air compressors and other items, total value $600, were reported stolen Nov. 16 from a garage on Concord Street Northwest.MenacingA woman told police Nov. 14 she was sitting in her car at a Belden Village Street Northwest lot when a man approached her and asked for cash. When she refused, he threatened to kill her. She drove away.TheftsA Highsaddle Avenue Northwest man said Nov. 20 that his credit-card information was used to make $600 in purchases without his permission.Jewelry valued at $1,500 was reported stolen Nov. 19 from a Maureen Drive Northwest home.A Pataskala, Ohio, man told police Nov. 12 that his $700 cellphone and charger were stolen from Motel 6 on Sunset Strip Avenue Northwest.Chains and binders, total value $604, were reported stolen Nov. 11 from a truck at Industrial Parks and Services on Promler Avenue Northwest.North CantonArrestsPolice arrested a Louisville woman, 34, of Colebrook Street, on a warrant alleging domestic violence and endangering children Nov. 18.A Liberty Lane Northwest man was charged with passing bad checks Nov. 15 after he allegedly gave North Canton schools two checks totaling $300 for children’s expenses.Plain TownshipArrestsTwo Canton men, both age 20 and both of Benson Court Southwest, were arrested Nov. 20 in a joint investigation of burglaries. Armed with search warrants, Stark County deputies, the Canton SWAT cooperative, the U.S. Marshal’s Violent Crime Fugitive Task Force and Stark Metro Narcotics Unit recovered numerous stolen items along with drug paraphernalia. One man was charged with three counts of felony burglary, while the other was charged with felony receiving stolen property, felony theft and two other counts.A Canton woman, 18, of Crescent Road Southwest, was charged with domestic violence Nov. 20 after she allegedly a soda can at her mother, who was driving her to school.UniontownArrestAt the request of a Uniontown officer, an Akron woman, 27, of Oxford Avenue, turned herself in to police on a felony theft charge Nov. 18.TheftA Fairchild Circle woman told police Nov. 18 that she was lured into a telephone scam from Jamaica. She believed she had won $1 million, but had to pay federal and state taxes before receiving the payoff. Over several months, she transferred more than $300,000. She called police after receiving a package stuffed with old magazines. She thought it was going to be her first installment.
November 30 2013 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/police-blotter-dec-1-1.448780?localLinksEnabled=false

Police blotter — Oct. 6
Summit CountyAkronArrestsA Westwood Avenue man, 35 was charged with felonious assault and tampering with evidence. Police said he shot two people and ran from the scene. The man did not have the gun when he was apprehended by officers and would not reveal its location.A Jonathan Avenue man, 20, was charged with aggravated robbery and aggravated menacing after he allegedly brandished a knife and demanded money from a woman in a parking lot on Waterloo Road.A Newton Street woman, 20, was charged with felonious assault after she allegedly shot a man inside a bar on South Main Street.An Upson Street man, 30, was charged with attempted rape after he allegedly lured a woman away from a party and took her to another location.A Rotunda Drive woman, 27, was charged with possession of heroin and drug abuse instruments, and child endangering. Police reported finding her passed out behind the steering wheel of her car while her 11-month-old son was inside. Police reported finding a syringe in the vehicle.A Lakewood Boulevard man, 38, was charged with drug trafficking after police arrested him at a vacant house and reported finding 18 small plastic bags of marijuana in his pants pockets.A Bellevue Avenue man, 31 was charged with drug abuse following a traffic stop on Diagonal Road. Officers said he tried to hide ecstasy pills.An Elma Street man, 39, was charged with breaking and entering after he allegedly took scrap metal from a vacant house.A Delia Avenue man, 26, was charged with possession of heroin following a traffic stop.A Hemlock Hills Drive man, 34, was charged with domestic violence after he allegedly grabbed his live-in girlfriend around the neck and threw her down in their home.A Cleveland man, 33, was charged with willful fleeing, criminal damaging, obstructing official business and resisting arrest after he drove away from a traffic stop at Madison Avenue and Garth Street, and led officers on a chase through the neighborhood.An Oakdale Street man, 40, was charged with trafficking in marijuana, possessing drug paraphernalia and possessing marijuana after police arrested him in a high drug area.An Elma Avenue man, 23, was charged with burglary and obstructing official business after he allegedly forced open a kitchen window at a home on Johnston Street.A Kenmore Boulevard man, 46, was charged with breaking and entering after he allegedly kicked in a door at Kenmore Tires and took tools and tires.Two men, ages 25 and 28, of Wildwood Avenue, were charged with robbery Sept. 23 after they allegedly punched and kicked a man before taking $37 from him.A Dennison Avenue man, 39, was charged with manufacturing meth, illegal assembly of chemicals and possessing meth.A Weathervane Lane man, 39, was charged with possessing heroin and Adderall and obstructing official business in the parks after dark.A Tallmadge Avenue man, 30, was charged with domestic violence and aggravated trespassing after he allegedly went to a Wilbur Avenue home and kicked in a door.BarbertonArrestsA 25th Street Northwest man told police Sept. 22 that his son, 37, assaulted him. Police charged the son with domestic violence.An East Baird Avenue youth, 14, was charged with burglary after a computer was stolen from an East Paige Avenue home. The computer was returned.Domestic violenceAn Akron man, 20, of White Pond Drive, was being sought on a domestic violence warrant after a Jefferson Avenue woman said Sept. 25 that the suspect threatened to have his sister beat up the victim and that he was holding a gun.RobberyA Fowler Avenue woman told police Sept. 21 that she was robbed by a man who threatened to strangle her after jumping into her broken-down car on East Robinson Avenue, stole her money and a directional card, and fled west on foot.BurglariesA 60-inch television, a gun and several other items, total value $1,950, were reported stolen Sept. 26 from a home on Lincoln Avenue.A Yonker Street man told police he was asleep on the couch Sept. 24 when a thief entered the home, made off with $2,150 in personal property and drove away in the resident’s car.TheftsA Rubber Street man said four winter tires, total value $600, were stolen from a detached garage Sept. 24.Someone stole 30 metal pallets, total value $3,750, on Sept. 24 from Littlern Corp. on Second Street Southwest.Bath TownshipMisuse of credit cardA Cleveland-Massillon Road woman reported Sept. 27 that someone used her business credit-card account to rack up $5,500 in charges.Copley TownshipTheftsCracker Barrel employees reported a shoplifter to police Sept. 18 after she allegedly stole four candles, total value $112. The restaurant did not want to press charges.A Longhorn Steak House employee, 19, told police someone smashed a window on her car and stole her purse while she was working. Someone entered Copley Health Center on Heritage Drive, broke into a safe and stole less than $500 on Sept. 18.Coventry TownshipBurglaryA Buttercup Avenue man told police Sept. 28 that someone entered his home and stole $500 and a revolver.Cuyahoga FallsArrestsA Center Avenue man, 23, was charged with obstructing official business Sept. 26 after he allegedly lied to police during an investigation.AssaultA Maplewood Avenue woman reported her son, 12, was assaulted Sept. 26 on his way home from Roberts Middle School.BurglarySomeone looted an apartment Sept. 30 in the 2000 block of Fourth Street.Someone stole jewelry and cash after breaking into a home Sept. 25 in the 700 block of Alameda Avenue.RobberyAn Akron woman, 18, told police Sept. 30 that two women assaulted her and took her iPhone and glasses at a bus stop at Target on Howe Avenue.A Ninth Street man told police Sept. 25 that he met a man at Indian Mountain Park, 1552 Bailey Road, to sell his iPhone. The buyer displayed a handgun and took the phone.FairlawnArrestsA Cleveland Heights woman, 63, charged with theft Oct. 1 after he allegedly stole $52 in merchandise from Giant Eagle on West Market Street.An Akron man, 63, was charged with theft Oct. 1 after he allegedly stole a $39 prepaid cellphone from Walmart.An Akron man, 34, was charged with theft Oct. 1 after he allegedly stole $137 in goods from Walmart.An Akron woman, 52, was charged with theft Sept. 29 after she allegedly stole $497 in goods from Walmart.Bomb threatFirstMerit Bank on West Market Street told police Sept. 27 that a caller said: “I placed a bomb in your building.” Employees and customers evacuated the building as a precaution, but officers found nothing at the bank.GreenArrestA Sunnyview Circle man, 63, was arrested Sept. 20 on a warrant alleging he pandered sexually oriented matter involving a minor.HudsonFireA cigarette butt that was not extinguished is suspected for starting a fire Sept. 26 in a trash compactor at McDonald’s, 134 W. Streetsboro St.MiscellaneousPolice responded to Middleton Road Park with EMS on Sept. 27 after a female got stuck in a baby swing. EMS was able to cut off the swing.MogadoreFightPolice were called Sept. 30 to break up a family fight on Herbert Street. The dispute was over a child’s activity on social media. As police investigated the incident, a resident reportedly struck an officer.New FranklinBurglaryOn Sept. 23, police were investigating the theft of 175 feet of copper pipe from the basement and bathroom of a West Turkeyfoot Lake Road home.A silver strong box and contents were stolen Sept. 18 from a residence on Fairland Road.NortonArrestsA Helmick Avenue man, 36, was arrested Oct. 2 on a warrant alleging he failed to appear in court. His mother, 54, was charged with obstructing justice after she allegedly told police that her son was not home. Police found him hiding in a bedroom closet where guns were stored.BurglarySomeone stole two video game systems and games Sept. 28 from a home in the 2800 block of Brookfield Drive.More than $8,000 in jewelry was reported stolen Sept. 26 from a home in the 2700 block of Hametown Road. The burglar left behind a vinyl glove.Springfield TownshipArrestsA Gowanda Avenue man, 32, was arrested Sept. 26 at the GetGo station on Canton Road on warrants alleging illegal assembly of chemicals, endangering children and tampering with evidence following a Sept. 14 house explosion believed to involve a methamphetamine lab.A Krumroy Road mother, 27, was charged with endangering children Sept. 26 after a boy, age 3, jumped out of a kitchen window and was returned home by a bystander.An East Waterloo Road boy, 17, was charged with assault Sept. 24 after he allegedly pushed a woman into a window and hit her in the face.A Coach Lane man, 38, was charged with sexual imposition after he allegedly touched a woman, 18.Breaking and enteringSomeone broke into a shed Sept. 22 on Plaza Court and stole a toolbox, tools, an air compressor and mower, total value $6,050.BurglaryA 60-inch plasma TV and a laptop computer, total value $2,300, were reported stolen Sept. 20 from a Rhoadesdale Avenue apartment.A surround-sound system, a 40-inch TV and other items, total value $1,210, were reported stolen Sept. 19 from a Chelsea Drive home.TheftA woman’s purse and contents, including a $1,300 white gold ring, were stolen after someone smashed the window of a car at the Golden Corral on South Arlington Road.StowArrestsA Higby Drive man, 37, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 29 after he allegedly assaulted a woman inside his home.An Apache Trail man, 41, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 28 after he allegedly struck his wife. A Garfield Heights man, 37, was charged with violating a protection order Sept. 26.Public indecencyA Warren woman, 25, reported on Sept. 29 that a man was fondling himself in a car in the Walmart parking lot at 3520 Hudson Drive.TheftAn Akron woman, 75, told police Sept. 30 that someone stole prescription medication from her purse at Drug Mart, 4044 Fishcreek Road.Cuyahoga CountyNorth RidgevilleImpersonating an officerA Timber Ridge Plaza employee told police Sept, 28 that a man claiming to be an officer approached her near a wooded area. The man was around 35 years old, with sandy blond hair and wore police-type clothing with “North Royalton Police” stitched on.Medina CountyBrunswickCrashPolice were called Sept. 30 to the Circle K on Boston Road after a motorist crashed into a utility pole then exited the vehicle and began urinating on a sidewalk. The motorist was cited for numerous violations.MedinaBurglaryOfficers were called to a Beechwood Drive home Sept. 30 after someone attempted to break in.GunshotsA Ryan Road resident reported hearing gunshots Sept. 29. Officers did not locate anything suspicious.Citizen assistA West Sturbridge Drive resident called police for help after a child got locked in a bedroom. Officers were able to free the child.Medina TownshipUnruly customerPolice were called to a Pearl Road business Sept. 28 after a supervisor “yelled at a customer for picking another girl up by the throat.” The customers were asked to leave. A male threatened to assault the worker, but the customers left.Montville TownshipTheftA River Styx Road resident called police Sept. 30 to report that someone took a bucket half-filled with change from a barn.WadsworthMisuse of credit cardA man reported Sept. 26 his credit card was used without his permission to purchase merchandise at Walmart, 222 East Smokerise Drive.Portage CountyKentArrestsA North Mantua Street man, 18, was charged with underage drinking and criminal mischief Oct. 2.Stark CountyHartvilleBurglaryA Copley woman, 23, of Copley Road, was arrested in the 1200 block of West Maple Street on charges of burglary and petty theft Sept. 24.Jackson TownshipArrestsA Blackfriars Drive Northwest man, 31, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 25 after he allegedly threw a woman onto a bed and tried to choke her in a hallway.A Malvern resident, 25, was charged with felony theft and possession of criminal tools Sept. 23 after being arrested Sept. 23 at Kohl’s on Dressler Road Northwest. She allegedly used scissors to cut security cords and tried to take $1,052 in merchandise.A Portage Street Northwest man, 33, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 11 after he allegedly slammed his girlfriend into a wall several times and threw her to the floor.Two Cleveland women, ages 38 and 28, were charged with receiving stolen property Sept. 10 after they allegedly carried merchandise, total value $1,663, from Westfield Belden Village Mall.TheftsA Drumcliff Drive Northwest man told police Sept. 20 that someone used his credit card to make $612 in unauthorized charges at Walmart.Someone smashed a window of a Navy vehicle parked Sept. 18 at the U.S. Armed Forces Career Center on Whipple Avenue Northwest at the center and stole a laptop computer, scanner, printer and several other items.Lake TownshipArrestA Market Avenue North man, 27, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 26 after he allegedly grabbed a woman and dragged her. He was taken to a local hospital after his arrest, complaining of chest pains.North CantonArrestA Cleveland man, 29, was arrested in the 400 block of North Main Street and charged with domestic violence Sept. 23 after he allegedly threatened to harm the mother of his child.ForgeryA Valley Drive Northwest woman, 32, was being sought on a forgery warrant Sept. 26.Plain TownshipArrestsA 34th Street Northeast man was charged with domestic violence Sept. 26 after he allegedly punched his brother-in-law in the face.A St. Elmo Avenue Northeast man, 58, was charged with misuse of a credit card Sept. 22 after he told officials he found it on the ground on Columbus Road Northeast and used it to buy gift cards, total value $521.A Canton woman, 41, of Linwood Avenue Southwest, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 22 after she allegedly struck her husband and sister-in-law during an altercation at a Maxine Avenue Northeast location.UniontownArrestAn Akron man, 36, of East Market Street, was arrested Sept. 23 on warrants stemming from a Pontius Street incident Sept. 15.
October 06 2013 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/crime-watch/police-blotter-oct-6-1.434499?localLinksEnabled=false

Police blotter — Sept. 1
Summit CountyAkronArrestsAn Aqueduct Street man, 24, was charged with aggravated robbery and felonious assault after he allegedly pistol whipped a man, kicked him several times, then pointed the revolver and threatened to shoot him if he didn’t give him his property.A North Main Street man, 48, was charged with burglary and possessing criminal tools after police reported seeing him walking inside a house with a flashlight. Officers recovered a duffel bag containing pipe cutters, screwdrivers, gloves, a utility knife, backpacks, a flashlight and pliers.A Neville Avenue man, 33, was charged with willful fleeing, drug abuse, possession of drug paraphernalia, resisting arrest, obstructing police business and criminal damaging. He allegedly led police on a car chase, ran from the vehicle and resisted arrest.A Roslyn Avenue man, 27, was charged with receiving stolen property after he allegedly stole a woman’s wedding ring while he was a guest in her home. Cashland provided computer printouts of the man pawning the ring, as well as photos of the ring.A Theodore Street man, 39, and a Victory Street man, 27, were charged with breaking and entering and possession of criminal tools. The younger man was also charged with drug possession. Police said the two entered a vacant property on Lakeshore Boulevard to remove scrap metal. The older man had a pocket knife. The younger man had vice grips and marijuana.BarbertonArrestsA man, 23, and a woman, 20, both of West Ford Avenue, were arrested after a cash box containing $120 was stolen from a vendor at the Barberton Farmers’ Market at West Tuscarawas Avenue and Third Street Northwest on Aug. 21. The man was charged with theft. The woman was charged with obstructing official business.A Romig Avenue man, 46, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 16 after he and his girlfriend fought over living arrangements.A Noble Street man, 31, was arrested Aug. 17 on a felony forgery warrant.An Ashland Court man, 33, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 15 after he allegedly grabbed a stick and chased his girlfriend.BurglarySomeone broke into a Creedmore Avenue home Aug. 15 and stole antique silverware, DVDs and CDs, total value $2,590.TheftsTwo nail guns, tools and other items, total value $800, were reported stolen Aug. 19 outside a Wooster Road North home.Two electronic game systems and other items, total value $2,650, were stolen Aug. 17 from a Fifth Street Northwest man’s home.Bath TownshipBreaking and enteringSomeone broke into a trailer Aug. 26 behind Appliance Warehouse, 186 N. Cleveland-Massillon Road, and stole used appliances.TheftA Bath Road woman reported Aug. 26 that her ex-boyfriend took personal and household items from her home.Coventry TownshipArrestA Linda Street man, 23, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 25 after he allegedly injured a sibling.Cuyahoga FallsArrestsA Cortland man, 56, and his son, 25, were charged with obstructing official business Aug. 26. The father also was charged with falsification. They are accused of giving false information to a Cuyahoga Falls prosecutor and a police officer regarding a traffic crash.AssaultAn Overbrook Road man, 63, reported Aug. 26 that a man assaulted him at the Natatorium. He said the man pushed him against an exercise machine after a quarrel over another machine.BurglarySomeone looted a home Aug. 25 in the 1500 block of Sixth Street and stole about $2,000 in property.TheftA purse was stolen from a vehicle parked Aug. 25 at Outback Steakhouse, 738 Howe Ave.GreenForgeryWarrants were issued for a man accused of stealing checks from an East Turkeyfoot Lake Road company. The suspect allegedly admitting cashing three checks totaling $1,617.MogadoreDrug arrestOfficers responded to a report of a drug overdose Aug. 24 on South Cleveland Avenue. A man was found unconscious. A woman at the home told officers she had swallowed a bag of heroin in a panic as officers arrived. She was also taken to the hospital.TheftA North Cleveland Avenue resident reported the theft of an extension ladder, four gas cans and a propane tank Aug. 23. New FranklinArrestA Manchester Road man, 58, was jailed for domestic violence Aug. 18 after his wife told authorities he was throwing items around the house during an argument.ForgeryA West Turkeyfoot Lake Road resident told police Aug. 20 that 11 checks totaling $1,700 were stolen, and four or five checks valued at $750 total were stolen from her daughter’s purse and forged.NortonArrestsAn Akron man, 21, was charged with felony drug possession and driving with a suspended license Aug. 26 after police reported finding methamphetamine during a traffic stop at Barber Road and Interstate 76.AssaultA Watkins Road man, 56, reported Aug. 25 he was assaulted by a 37-year-old man in his home.TheftA Fairland Road man reported Aug. 26 his medication was stolen from his mailbox between Aug. 22 and 26.Springfield TownshipArrestsA Mohican Boulevard woman, 63, was charged with felony domestic violence Aug. 19 after she allegedly attacked her daughter and granddaughter with two knives.A Sadler Street man, 33, was charged with domestic violence and endangering children Aug. 21 after he allegedly grabbed and squeezed the face of an 11-month-old baby and pushed her back in her crib.A Tallmadge man, 41, of Eastwood Avenue, was charged with felony burglary, misdemeanor menacing and criminal trespassing when arrested on warrants at his home Aug. 18.Breaking and enteringAn $820 radar gun was reported stolen Aug. 17 from Spano Dome on Pressler Road.BurglarySomeone pried open a safe Aug. 17 at an Armil Drive home and stole $6,000 in contents Aug. 17. Two gun cases were found in a nearby yard.TheftSomeone stole 13,000 pounds of scrap valued at $1,300 from a bin at AA Blueprint on Gilchrist Road, police were told Aug. 21.TallmadgeArrestsA Waterford Way man, 21, was arrested Aug. 29 on warrants alleging theft and misuse of credit cards.A South Thomas Road woman, 39, was charged with assault Aug. 29 after she allegedly assaulted a member of her household.Cuyahoga CountyNorth RoyaltonFightOfficers were called to the Pine Forest Apartments on Aug. 23 for a report of two juveniles fighting while someone was recording the altercation on video. The fight reportedly was viewed on Facebook messages. One of the juveniles was taken to a hospital.TheftGiant Eagle reported a shoplifter Aug. 24. Security “recognized the subject from previous thefts at other Giant Eagle stores.” The person attempted to exit the store with a cart full of baby formula, dog food and other items worth more than $1,000.False reportA woman walked into the police station Aug. 27 to retract her previous statement that resulted in her husband being arrested on a domestic violence charge the previous week. She was charged with falsification.Medina CountyBrunswickDisorderly conductA man was observed Aug. 24 urinating on the receiving dock at Home Depot on Center Ridge Road. He was charged with disorderly conduct.MedinaFightPolice were called to Medina High School for a report of a fight Aug. 28. One student was taken into custody.VandalismA renter on Tremain Place called police to report that an automated garage door that was not working was found open. The belt drive was off the track and hanging. Tenants believe the landlord’s boyfriend may have forced the door open to retrieve a tractor.Medina TownshipTheftA Walmart employee was charged with theft from the store Aug. 23.Stolen carA Granger Road woman told police Aug. 28 to call off a search for her stolen car. She discovered that a 16-year-old drove the car without permission and crashed it on the way to school. She did not want to press charges.Montville TownshipNeighbor disputeA Torington Drive woman called police Aug. 24 to report that a neighbor swore at her and threatened her dog. She said the neighbor told her that if she brought the dog outside again,“he knows people and she would not like what happens.” Since the neighbor’s threat was vague, police advised him to not have any more communications with his neighbors.WadsworthArrestsTwo women, ages 29 and 21, and a juvenile were charged with receiving stolen property Aug. 25. They are accused of having merchandise stolen from Walmart, 222 E. Smokerise Drive.A Mills Street man, 35, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 28. TheftA trailer valued at $3,000 and a license plate were stolen Aug. 21-26 from the 800 block of Broad Street.Utility theftPolice were investigating an Aug. 28 report of a West Bergey Street resident stealing cable TV service.Stark CountyCanal FultonArrestA Cathedral Circle woman, 26, was arrested Aug. 21 on warrants containing felony charges of aggravated arson, illegal manufacture of drugs, assembly or possession of chemicals for making drugs and endangering children.Jackson TownshipArrestsAn Amherst Road Northwest woman, 40, was arrested Aug. 21 on warrants of felony menacing by stalking and criminal trespass after police said she was found in a crawl space in the roof of her residence.A Daytona Street Northwest man, 31, was arrested Aug. 20 at home on warrants charging domestic violence and obstructing official business.Breaking and enteringA rock was used to break a small basement window at a Sandbrook Street Northwest home Aug. 19, allowing a thief to unlatch a door and steal a large TV set and wall mount bracket, total value $824.Miscellaneous car parts, total value $2,000, were stolen Aug. 15 during a break-in at Top Value Car & Truck Service on Whipple Avenue Northwest. Identity theftA Fleetwood Avenue Northwest woman told police Aug. 21 that someone used an automatic withdrawal to take $564 from her bank account.TheftsA Minnesota truck driver said someone stole his $500 cellphone while he was showering Aug. 20 at the Travel Centers of America truck stop on Portage Street Northwest.A Lima man reported Aug. 18 that someone stole a $2,000 generator from his truck bed while he was at the Red Roof Inn on Inn Circle Northwest in Belden Village.Jewelry valued at $15,500 was reported stolen Aug. 15 from a Glengarry Street Northwest home.Lake TownshipArrestsA Cleveland Avenue Northwest woman, 28, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 18 after she allegedly punched her boyfriend in the face and tried to push him down the stairs.An Akron man, 23, of Alphada Avenue, was arrested Aug. 17 on felony forgery and theft warrants in the 8100 block of Cleveland Avenue Northwest.North CantonArrestA Portage Street Northwest man, 20, was charged with felony receiving stolen property, two counts of criminal trespass and one count of petty theft Aug. 23 after police reported finding items stolen from vehicles throughout the city’s northwest section.TheftPolice were told Aug. 17 that someone stole two credit cards, cash and a laptop, total value $820, from a South Main Street apartment.Plain TownshipArrestsAn Orchardale Drive Northwest man, 22, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 17 after he allegedly choked, slapped and head-butted his girlfriend at their home.A 31st Street Northeast man, 52, was charged with three counts of breaking and entering and two counts of theft Aug. 20.A Lesh Road Northeast man, 25, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 17 after he allegedly threw his girlfriend to the ground in an quarrel.A Roosevelt Avenue Northeast man, 59, was charged with robbery Aug. 16 in an incident at 62 Drive Thru on Harrisburg Road Northeast. Deputies said he didn’t have enough money to purchase beer, so he followed a female clerk into the cooler, then tried to take beer and threatened to harm her before he fled.UniontownArrestA Lisbon man, 32, was arrested by Columbiana County authorities and turned over to Uniontown police Aug. 22 on a menacing warrant.BurglaryA Hampshire Circle resident told police Aug. 18 that jewelry valued at $10,000 was stolen from the home.Portage CountyKentArrestsA Ravenna man, 24, was charged with felonious assault and violating a probation order Aug. 30.A man, 21, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 28.Breaking and enteringKent State police charged three students, ages 21 and 22, with breaking and entering Aug. 28.BurglarySomeone broke into a home Aug. 29 in the 300 block of Dale Drive and stole nearly $900 in property, including a television and video game system. The day before, two televisions, total value $700, were taken from a home in the 1600 block of Olympus Drive.Wayne CountyWayne sheriffArrestsA Massillon man, 35, and a Flint, Mich., man, 37, were charged with breaking and entering, theft, criminal tools and vandalism Aug. 28 after they allegedly took scrap metal and tools from a shed at 2532 S. Apple Creek Road, owned by Apple Creek village.An Apple Creek man, a Smithville woman and a Wooster woman were arrested Aug. 24 on warrants at a camping trailer. Deputies believed they uncovered a methamphetamine lab when they served the warrants. No charges were filed on drug violations.Breaking and enteringAn East Union Township man reported Aug. 22 that thieves fled from his home in the 5800 block of Ely Road, East Union Township.BurglariesA television and coins, total value $1,100, were reported stolen Aug. 27 from a home in the 3600 block of Sylvan Road, Wooster Township.A safe containing jewelry, cash and five certificates of deposit, total value $8,850, was stolen Aug. 23 from a home in the 100 block of North West Lebanon Road, Sugar Creek Township.A Wii game system, jewelry and a computer, total value $401, were reported taken Aug. 28 from a home in the 9400 block of McFadden Road, Clinton Township.Disrupting public serviceA Wooster Township woman, 41, reported Aug. 28 that her daughter attacked her as she left a home in the 1000 block of Madison Avenue with her granddaughter.Weapons under disabilityA North Ridgeville man, 37, allegedly pointed a gun Aug. 25 at Dragway 42, 9161 Rainbow Highway, Congress Township during an event. The man, a convicted felon, reportedly pulled the gun during a fight with his brother.TheftsA 1997 Ford valued at $1,000 was reported stolen Aug. 26 from a residence in the 1700 block of Portage Road, Wayne Township.A 2001 Ford pickup truck valued at $2,000 was reported taken Aug. 25 from a home in the 3200 block of West Britton Road, Congress Township.A wallet was stolen from an unlocked pickup truck Aug. 23 in the 100 block of West Middle St., Burbank.Tools valued at $3,335 were reported stolen Aug. 22 from a home in the 14700 block of Oak Grove Drive, Chippewa Township.A mountain bike worth $100 was reported stolen Aug. 26 from a home in the 14700 block of Oak Grove Drive, Chippewa Township.WoosterArrestsA Wooster man, 28, was charged with drug possession Aug. 26 after police reported finding him with heroin and drug paraphernalia at a home in the 700 block of Hamilton Avenue.Two Wooster men, 19 and 18, were charged with breaking and entering and criminal trespass Aug. 26 after police reported seeing them climbing a fire escape at Everything Rubbermaid and PNC bank in the 100 block of West Liberty Street.Breaking and enteringOn Aug. 27, a resident reported $12 was taken from an unlocked car in the 1500 block of Burbank Road.A window was reported broken Aug. 24 at Wayne County Rubber, 1205 E. Bowman St., but nothing was taken.BurglariesA laptop computer and children’s money earned during the summer, total value $1,430, were reported stolen Aug. 27 from a home in the 1600 block of Christmas Run Boulevard.An Xbox valued at $200 was reported stolen Aug. 21 from a home in the 600 block of East South Street.TheftsTwo checks and a tax refund, total value $1,502, were reported forged and deposited at Commercial Savings Bank, 305 W. Liberty St.Household items valued at $1,801 were reported stolen Aug. 23 from Walmart at 3883 Burbank Road.Percocet tablets were reported stolen Aug. 23 from a home in the 400 block of Palmer Street.VandalismGraffiti was sprayed Aug. 24 on buildings at Christmas Run Park, 700 N. Grant St., causing $700 in damage.
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Local Mormons will gather for conference on Easter
Local Mormons in the Akron district, or stake, of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will gather next weekend for their semiannual conference at the Latter-day Saints chapel, 106 E. Howe Road in Tallmadge.Elder Michael John U. Teh, president of the Philippines area of the denomination, will be special guest at the conference. He is the second Filipino to serve as a general authority in the church. Teh, 41, earned his undergraduate degree in business administration at De La Salle University in Manila.Both sessions of the conference — 7 p.m. April 19 and 10 a.m. April 20 (Easter Sunday) — are open to the public. Saturday’s session is limited to those who are 12 years old and older.Latter-day Saints’ stake conferences take place every six months. They include talks by church leaders on a variety of topics from the gospel of Jesus Christ. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has nearly 12,500 members in Northeast Ohio. The Akron stake is made up of 10 geographical wards, including Akron, Canton, Wooster and Medina. The church functions with lay clergy and has no paid or professional clergy at the congregational level. The denomination, commonly referred to as the Mormon Church, was founded in 1830 in upstate New York and is headquartered in Salt Lake City. For more information about the church, go to www.mormon.org. In other religion news:Holy Week eventsCanton Baptist Temple — 515 Whipple Ave. NW, Perry Township. Holy Week schedule: At 7 p.m. Friday Good Friday service. At 6 p.m. April 19 and 10:15 a.m. Easter Sunday there will be identical services with choir, orchestra and special music. Child care available at both evening services. On Sunday, the 9 a.m. children’s Sunday School and Adult Bible fellowships will operate on their normal schedule. 330-477-6267.Christ is the Answer Ministries — 379 E. South St., Akron. 3 p.m. Sunday. Nikeland Nichols of P.U.S.H. Inc. will minister at the service. 330-376-1869. At 7 p.m. Friday, Sharon Eatmon of Greater Heights International Ministries in Detroit, Mich., will be guest speaker for Good Friday worship service.Cottage Grove Evangelical Congregational Church — 3133 Cottage Grove Road, Coventry Township. 7 p.m. Friday. Good Friday service will be held. Stations of the Cross will be the focus and The Lord’s Supper will be observed. 330-644-5616.Diocese of Youngstown — at St. Columba Cathedral, 159 W Rayen Ave., Youngstown. 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. About 1,000 people representing the 87 parishes, missions and schools of the six-county diocese will gather to demonstrate unity. Bishop George V. Murry will be principal celebrant. On Thursday at 6 p.m., Holy Thursday will be celebrated. At 3 p.m. on Good Friday, Bishop Murry will preside at Passion of the Lord and Veneration of the Cross Service. Holy Saturday will take place at 3 p.m. with Blessing of the Easter Food. The Easter Vigil will be at 8:30 p.m. Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord Masses will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., featuring the Cathedral Choir. The usual 4 p.m. Mass will not take place. 330-744-8451.Goodyear Heights Community Church — 464 Brittain Road, Akron. 7 p.m. Friday. Good Friday Communion Service will be held. Special music by the children’s choir, followed by communion. Child care provided. 330-733-6664.Grace United Church of Christ — 13275 Cleveland Ave., Lake Township. Holy week services: Palm Sunday worship with palms at 10:45 a.m.; Maundy Thursday Tennebrae Service of Shadows with communion at 7:30 p.m.; on Good Friday, the sanctuary will be open from noon to 3 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. for individual prayer and reflection with devotional material provided; Easter Sunrise service at 7 a.m. Sunday led by youth group with pancake breakfast immediately following, and Easter Worship Celebration at 10:45 a.m. 330-699-3255.Holy Trinity Anglican Church — 55 Atterbury Blvd., Hudson. Holy Week services: Palm Sunday at 10 a.m. with Holy Eucharist; Maundy Thursday at 7 p.m. with Holy Eucharist; Good Friday Tenebrae Service at 7 p.m.; The Great Easter Vigil Saturday at 8:30 p.m.; and Easter Sunday service at 10 a.m. with Holy Eucharist. 330-342-0429.Mogadore Christian Church — 106 S. Cleveland Ave., Mogadore. Holy Week services: Maundy Thursday at 7 p.m. with Holy Communion; Good Friday services at 7 p.m.; on Easter Sunday, 8:30 a.m. traditional worship with communion, 9:30 a.m. breakfast and fellowship in the social hall and 10:30 a.m. contemporary worship with communion. 330-628-3344.Queen of Heaven Church — 1800 Steese Road, Green. Holy Week services, Monday through April 19. Masses on Monday and Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., Tuesday at 8:30 and 9:30 a.m. at Greenview Inn. Confessions Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 9 to 10 a.m., and Monday and Wednesday, 5 to 5:30 p.m. On Holy Thursday, The Lord’s Supper Mass at 7 p.m., confessions for one hour after Mass, Adoration until 11 p.m. On Good Friday, Stations of the Cross at noon, Liturgy of Lord’s Passion at 3 p.m., confessions 9 to 10 a.m. and after noon and 3 p.m. services for one hour. On Holy Saturday, confessions 10 to 11 a.m., Blessing of Food at 3 p.m., Vigil Mass with baptism and adult choir at 9 p.m. On Easter Sunday, there will be Masses at 8 and 10 a.m. and noon. 330-896-2345.RiverTree Christian Church — There will be an annual Easter Egg Hunt at three campus locations: 11 a.m. Sunday at 1600 Main Ave. W., Massillon; 2:30 p.m. April 19 at 7373 Portage St. NW, Jackson Township, followed by a 3:30 p.m. Easter service; and 4:30 p.m. April 19 at 2201 Lake Center St. NW, Lake Township, along with Easter services at 3:30 or 5:30 p.m. 330-494-1860.St. Mark Lutheran Church — 158 North Ave., Tallmadge. Holy Week activities: Palm Sunday worship at 8:15 and 10:30 a.m., Procession of Palms weather permitting. Maundy Thursday worship with Holy Communion at 7 p.m. Good Friday worship at 7 p.m. On Easter Sunday, Sunrise Service with Holy Communion at 7 a.m. Easter breakfast served from 8:15 to 9:15 a.m. Easter Egg Hunt at 9:15 a.m. and Easter Service with Holy Communion at 10:30 a.m. 330-633-3718.St. Mark’s Episcopal Church — 515 48th St. NW, Canton. Holy week services: Passion/Palm Sunday at 8 and 10 a.m., Holy Eucharist with Blessing of Palms outside, weather permitting, with brunch following 10 a.m. service; Maundy Thursday at 7 p.m., Holy Eucharist, foot washing and stripping of the altar. A potluck meal at 5:30 p.m. precedes the service; on Thursday and Friday, there will be an overnight prayer watch, continuing until the Good Friday service; Good Friday service at noon, Liturgy with Communion from reserved sacrament, and Stations of the Cross at 6:30 p.m.; Holy Saturday at 8 p.m., Great Vigil of Easter with lighting of new fire, champagne reception following; Easter Day services at 8 and 10 a.m., Holy Eucharist, choir and handbells at the late service.Trinity Lutheran Church — 600 S. Water St., Kent. Holy Week services: Palm/Passion Sunday, Blessing of the Palms at 8:15 and 10:45 a.m.; Maundy Thursday, 7 p.m. service with chancel drama, first Holy Communion for fifth graders and stripping of the altar; Good Friday worship at noon and 7 p.m.; and Easter Sunday services at 8, 9:30 and 11 a.m. 330-673-5445.Wesley Temple AME Zion Church —104 N. Prospect St., Akron. Holy week activities: Maundy Thursday service at 6:30 p.m.; The Last Seven Words service at 6:30 p.m. Friday; Family & Friends Day from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 19 with free food, fellowship, fun and games; Easter Sunday begins with a 6:30 a.m. service with breakfast served at 8 a.m., Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. and worship service at 10:30 a.m. Dinner will be served after the service along with gifts, gas cards and grocery cards.EventsBethel Church — 711 25th St. NW, Canton. 10 a.m. April 19. The 25th annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held for toddlers through grade 5. Children must be accompanied by an adult. 330-454-3058.Grace and Glory Fellowship — 2128 Front St., Cuyahoga Falls. 11 a.m. Sunday. Celebrating the 40th anniversary with the Rev. Richard Skoff at morning service. All Falls residents invited. Cake, coffee and drinks served afterward. 330-922-4871.Grace United Church of Christ — 13275 Cleveland Ave., Lake Township. 10:30 to noon April 19. Free community Easter Egg-stravaganza for toddlers through sixth-grade children in the Family Activity Center. Includes a snack, craft, story, games and a traditional Easter egg hunt. It will be held rain or shine. 330-699-3255.Lakemore United Methodist Church — 1536 Flickinger Road, Lakemore. 4 to 6:30 p.m. today. Swiss steak dinner will be served. Includes mashed potatoes, green beans, applesauce, coleslaw, bread, dessert and beverage. Carryout available.Mogadore Christian Church — 106 S. Cleveland Ave., Mogadore. 5 to 7 p.m. today. Swiss steak dinner, includes mashed potatoes, green beans, applesauce, coleslaw, rolls, beverage and dessert. Adults $8, ages 6-12 $4 and ages 5 and under free. Carryout available. 330-628-3344.Mount Calvary Baptist Church — 442 Bell St., Akron. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today. Community clothing giveaway. Donations of clothing and shoes for men, women and children are needed, and are accepted on Thursdays until 4:30 p.m. 330-253-3711.Mount Zion Church of God in Christ — 1208 Sherrick Road SE, Canton. Noon today. God Given Church Young Women’s Christian Council will have a Day of Celebration. Danielle Revish of Unity Temple in Columbus will bring the word. Refreshments will be served. 330-453-1119.Nelson United Methodist Church — at Nelson Community House, 11639 Windham Parkman Road, Nelson Township. 4:30 to 7 p.m. today. Swiss steak dinner will be served. Includes mashed potatoes, green beans, corn casserole, coleslaw, rolls, dessert and beverage. Adults $9. Carryout available. 330-527-2268.North Canton Community Christian Church (Disciples) — 210 N. Main St., North Canton. 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Monday. Praying in Color will be held each Monday through May 19. Facilitated by Kim Porter, director of faith development, it is an active, meditative, playful prayer practice. It involves a re-entry into the childlike world of coloring and improvising. Participants need to bring drawing pad, markers or colored pencils and black roller-point pen. Call 330-499-5458 to preregister for the six-week group, or email kimporter@northcantonccc.org.Providence Baptist Church — 458 Madison Ave., Akron. 10 a.m. April 26. Youth Scholarship Prayer Breakfast will be held in the University of Akron Quaker Square Inn Ballroom, 135 S. Broadway. Featured speaker is Benita Y. Pearson, first African-American female federal judge in Ohio. Tickets $25 donation. 330-253-3932.St. Joseph Church — 11045 St. Joseph Blvd., Mantua. 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday. Palm Sunday Pancake Breakfast will feature a visit from Bishop George V. Murry of the Diocese of Youngstown. He will preside at the 11:15 a.m. Mass. The breakfast is co-sponsored by Mantua K of C Women’s Auxiliary in Hughes Hall. All-you-can-eat pancakes, sausage, fruit toppings and choice of coffee, tea, orange juice or milk. Adults $7, seniors $5, ages 6 to 12 $4, ages 5 and under free. Also, theme basket raffles. The Appalachian Experience group will hold a bake sale to raise funds for its mission trip to repair houses in Clintwood, Va., in June. 330-274-2253.St. Philip’s Episcopal Church — 1130 Mercer Ave., Akron. 10 a.m. today. A rummage sale will be held.PerformancesAkron Apostolic Temple — 599 Noble Ave., Akron. 5 p.m. Sunday. Radio host Henry Dunn celebrates 46 years of gospel music, featuring The Christian All Stars, New Gospel Heavy Weight, Lucy Hale, Linda Bridges, Brandon Hollis, Newport Christianaires, Gretchen Green, Blessed From Afar, Royal Angelettes, JLTS Singers, Good Shepherd Mass Choir, Dynamic Dundaleers, Boot & The Boys, Fortson Singers, Mount Lebanon Mass Choir and Half Mile Home. Free admission. 330-867-4907.St. Hilary School — 645 Moorfield Road, Fairlawn. 10:30 a.m. Monday. Eighth-grade students will re-enact a pantomime version of the Passion of Jesus Christ. All but the student playing Jesus will wear pantomime makeup and black clothing. The half-hour portrayal, an annual part of Holy Week, will be accompanied by music. 330-867-8720.The deadline for Religion Notes is noon Tuesday. Items must be in writing. Please fax information to 330-996-3033, email it to religion@thebeaconjournal.com or send it to Religion, Akron Beacon Journal, 44 E. Exchange St., Akron, OH 44309.
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Earth Day celebrations commence Saturday at Wilderness Center, Sunday in Cleveland area
Earth Day events commence this weekend in Stark County and Greater Cleveland.The Wilderness Center, near Wilmot, will host activities Saturday that will include a clean-up from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and a garlic mustard cook-off to prepare the invasive plant at 11 a.m.If you want to help remove invasive plants, contact Vicki Shoenfelt at vicki@wildernesscenter.org.Visitors can meet the center’s new director, Jeff Corney, from 10 a.m. to noon. He comes from the University of Minnesota as the center’s third director, replacing Gordon Maupin, who is retiring after 32 years in charge.Other activities include a bird walk at 8 a.m., a backpacking/hiking demonstration from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and a story walk from 2 to 4 p.m. and a program on natural burials at 2 p.m.The Back Porch Swing Band will appear in concert at 7 p.m. Tickets for the concert are $10 for adults and $5 for children 15 and under if accompanied by adults.The center will also host its 21st annual Foto Fest. It will run from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday and 1 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday.The center is at 9877 Alabama Ave. SW in Sugar Creek Township.For more information, call 1-877-359-5235 or go to www.wildernesscenter.org.The Cleveland-based Earth Day Coalition will present its 25th annual EarthFest 2014 on Sunday.It will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds in Berea.More than 250 exhibitors will be on hand. There will be entertainment and family activities.EarthFest is Ohio’s largest environmental education event and the longest running Earth Day celebration in the United States.Admission is $8 for those 12 and older; $4 for those 2 to 11.For more information, call 216-281-6468 or www.earthdaycoalition.org.The Cuyahoga Valley National Park is seeking Earth Day volunteers to help with restoring native habitat April 19. That effort will run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.The program is being funded by a grant from the National Parks Conservation Association. It will enable the park to purchase 250 native trees and protection to keep away hungry white-tailed deer.For details, call 330-657-2299 or go to www.nps.gov/cuva and click on Volunteer.West Park State Park in Portage County will host a shoreline and roadside cleanup from 9 a.m. to noon April 19. Meet at the park’s west boat ramp off Rock Spring Road in Edinburg Township. Due to bridge construction, you must arrive from the south. Bring work gloves. A hot dog cookout will follow the cleanup. For details, call 330-654-4989.In Wayne County, the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center will host the sixth annual Scarlet, Gray and Green Fair on April 22.The Earth Day event will run from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. with speakers, exhibits and more at 1680 Madison Ave..For more information, go.osu.edu/2014woostergreenfair or www.facebook.com/ScarletGrayGreen. You also can contact 330-263-3700 or covert.25@osu.edu.The Akron Zoo will hold its Party for the Planet on April 26.It will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 500 Edgewood Ave.Vendors and exhibitors will be on hand, plus Conrad Conservation, the zoo’s mascot.Admission is $7 per person. The parking fee is $2.For more information, call 330-375-2550 or www.akronzoo.org.Medina County will mark its 18th annual Earth Day Celebration from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 26 at Buffalo Creek Retreat, 8708 Hubbard Valley Road in Guilford Township.There will be kite-flying demonstrations, live animals, entertainment, kids’ activities and crafts, ecology information, paper shredding, making your own rain barrel and a family fishing derby.Advance registration is required for making a rain barrel. The fee is $65. Classes will be offered at 10 and 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Call 330-722-9322.There will also be an Earth Day Family Conservation Walk on April 26 at Hubbard Valley Park. Registration is from 9 to 9:45 a.m.Volunteers are needed April 26 for a cleanup in Adam’s Run Preserve and Haley’s Run Greenway in South Akron from 9 a.m. to noon. Meet at Goodyear’s Plant 5 parking lot, 1452 E. Archwood Ave.The cleanup is part of Keep Akron Beautiful’s activities.For more information, call 330-657-2378 or 330-864-6033.Bob Downing can be reached at 330-996-3745 or bdowning@thebeaconjournal.com.
Happening April 11 2014 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/break-news/earth-day-celebrations-commence-saturday-at-wilderness-center-sunday-in-cleveland-area-1.479983?localLinksEnabled=false

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Police searching for suspect in Antique Mall robbery
On March 10, police responded to a felony theft at the Antique Mall located on 3715 Madison Rd.
March 31 2014 - Source: http://www.fox19.com/story/25117193/police-searching-for-suspect-in-antique-mall-robbery

Police report
Howard County Arrests Monday, 11:09 a.m., deputies arrested Kevin W. Catron, 46, 400 block of West Mulberry Street, at the Howard County jail, on a warrant for theft. Monday, 1:30 p.m., deputies arrested Roger Gilpin, 42, Anderson, at the Madison Cou
March 13 2014 - Source: http://www.kokomotribune.com/local/x1387861465/Police-report

Ohio River bridge closed after worker injured
Authorities have closed an Ohio River bridge linking Madison, Ind., and Milton, Ky., until further notice after a construction worker was injured.
March 11 2014 - Source: http://www.wthr.com/story/24947704/2014/03/11/ohio-river-bridge-closed-after-worker-injured

Four indicted for Red Bank Road homicide
Four people were indicted Thursday by a Hamilton County grand jury in connection with the  shooting death of a 21-year-old man last July on Red Bank Road in Madisonville.
February 27 2014 - Source: http://www.fox19.com/story/24843099/grand-jury-indicts-three-for-red-bank-road-homicide

Three indicted for Red Bank Road homicide
Three people were indicted Thursday by a Hamilton County grand jury in connection with the  shooting death of a 21-year-old man last July on Red Bank Road in Madisonville.
February 27 2014 - Source: http://www.fox19.com/story/24843099/grand-jury-indicts-three-for-red-bank-road-homicide

$6,000 Reward Offered For 2010 Murder In Madison County
A reward of up to $6,000 is being offered in connection with the murder of a 62-year-old man in Madison County in 2010.
February 26 2014 - Source: http://www.nbc4i.com/story/24832441/6000-reward-offered-for-2010-murder-in-madison-county

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