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City of Mansfield, Crime Reports
Violent Crime:171
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:3
Forcible Rape:32
Aggravated Assault:50
Property Crime:3,063
Larceny Theft:2,044
Motor Vehicle Theft:106
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Total population of residents47,821
White resident population recorded35,058
Black or African American resident population recorded10,592
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded96
Asian resident population recorded354
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded26
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded921
Resident population of some other race recorded261
Resident population of two or more races recorded1,434
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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 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.
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Schools adopt governor’s push to combat addiction
Local authorities, Akron schools administrators and top-ranking state and city officials came together at Buchtel Community Learning Center Tuesday to kick off the state’s “Start Talking” program.The campaign’s goal is to raise awareness about the “public health epidemic” of prescription opioid and heroin abuse, which accounted for a deadly overdose once every five hours in Ohio in 2011.The program dovetails efforts presented Monday in Gov. John Kasich’s State of the State Address in Medina.Kasich said his office, the legislature and the attorney general have shut down pill mills across Ohio, but the next step is to deal with the demand. “This is in every neighborhood,” he said. “Minority communities were dealing with it alone for a long time. It knows no race. It knows no demographics. We need to build courage and strength in people to say, ‘No.’ ”For schools, it is indeed no longer an inner-city problem.Along with former NFL player Deryck Toles, who grew up a victim of his parents’ drug use, two parents came forward Tuesday. One spoke of his son, a “strong” and “fast” athlete from Jackson High School who died 11 months after receiving his first pain killer from a friend.“Dustin was a good boy,” Dale Batdorff said of his 21-year-old son, who died in 2011. “He never experienced drug dealing outside of school. He never saw a drug deal going down on the corner of the street. We live in Jackson Township. This evil thing reached into my home and grabbed onto my son and did not let him go until he was dead. It knows no address ... It doesn’t care. This evil thing will just destroy anything it touches.“We have to start talking.”Dick Ross, Ohio superintendent of public instruction, commended Akron schools and board president Lisa Mansfield for being the first to adopt the statewide effort, and for bringing addiction to the forefront. From an education perspective, Ross said, addiction, whether by student or family, deprives children of an opportunity.“Any blockage for a student to be successful in school and moving on through careers and jobs and being good citizens, it’s something we have to look at,” he said. “It’s almost very insidious what happens.”Kasich said Monday that the Start Talking program, launched a month ago, has reached 9,000 students in the state and created 207 student ambassadors. He called on legislators to talk to their principals and superintendents about embracing the program for their own schools.Ross echoed Kasich, citing statistics that show talking to kids about drugs cut the chance of use in half. If that conversation is initiated by peers, the message could carry even more weight.That’s the goal of the program: to encourage student athletes and peers to be good role models, to share harrowing stories of addiction and to encourage the community to participate in the dialogue. More information can be found online at StartTalking.Ohio.Gov.Along with program adoption, Akron schools have applied for a $1 million grant, developed by the governor and Ohio’s First Lady Karen W. Kasich. The money would be used to train additional drug intervention staff, said Dan Rambler, director of Student Support Services.The program launch was attended by Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor, Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic, Carmen Ingram of the Summit County Sheriff’s Drug Unit, Tracy J. Plouck with the Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services and James Nice, Akron’s police chief.Nice voiced frustration about lax laws that he said allow convicted heroin and opiate dealers, who sell small but lethal quantities, to not serve mandatory jail sentences.Nice said, “Most of the work that Akron Police Department is involved in is the result of drugs.”He praised the state and local focus on encouraging meaningful conversations with minors, nipping the problem in the bud before it leads to another criminal incident.For Nice, though, it’s an issue his officers are constantly “mopping up.” In morning staff meetings on Monday and Tuesday this week, Nice said his staff informed him of two lethal drug overdoses in the city. He followed the somber declaration by announcing that the Akron Police Department is bidding for two more positions to combat addiction: an investigator who would follow up on methamphetamine busts (no county in Ohio registers more than Summit) and another who would trace heroin and illegal opiate sales back to the dealer.“People need to be responsible for selling heroin,” he said.Beacon Journal staff writer Stephanie Warsmith contributed to this report. Doug Livingston can be reached at 330-996-3792 or
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Police reports — Aug. 18
Summit CountyAkronArrestsA Lake Street woman, 40, was charged with possession of cocaine and possession of an open container in a motor vehicle after a traffic stop at South Main Street and West Miller Avenue. Also arrested was a Ravenna man, 43, of Richardson Avenue, who was charged with possession of cocaine and tampering with evidence. Police said he had a rock of crack cocaine and tried to destroy it by crushing it with his driver’s license.An Excelsior Street man, 45, was charged with domestic violence after he allegedly assaulted his girlfriend outside an East Archwood Avenue bar.A Wooster man, 22, of Bowman Street, was charged with misrepresenting identity, escape, resisting arrest and obstructing police business following a traffic stop. A passenger, 32, of Woodcrest Drive, Wooster, was charged with drug possession, tampering with evidence and possession of an open container.A Smith Farm Road man, 40, was charged with possession of drugs and possession of an open container in a motor vehicle.An East Firestone Boulevard man, 33, was charged with drug abuse and possession of criminal tools. Police said he was driving on a suspended license and had three Percocet pills in his underwear and a digital scale in his front pant pockets when arrested.A Cuyahoga Falls woman, 23, of Munroe Falls Avenue, was charged with possession of methamphetamines. Police reported seeing her leave a suspected drug house on Beardsley Street with a small plastic bag of meth sticking out of her bra.A Lakewood Boulevard woman, 51, was charged with felony theft after she allegedly had a dog that was reported stolen from Lakewood Boulevard.BarbertonArrestAn East Robinson Avenue boy was charged with domestic violence after he allegedly threatened to kill his grandmother during a quarrel Aug. 3.RobberyA College Street man, 35, said he was struck in the head with a handgun and robbed of $50 during an attack by two men Aug. 5.TheftTwo Washington Avenue women told police Aug. 5 that furniture, an entertainment center and other items, total value $10,425, were missing from storage at the home of relatives.Two transmissions, a full motor and a partially built motor, total value $1,000, were reported stolen Aug. 2 from Mike’s Muffler parking lot on Wooster Road West.Coventry TownshipBreaking and enteringA safe, two cash registers, cash and other items, total value $3,570, were reported stolen Aug. 5 from Tito’s Mexican Grille on Manchester Road.TheftA homemade trailer valued at $1,200 was reported stolen Aug. 4 from a Cormany Road yard.Cuyahoga FallsArrestsA Lincoln Avenue man, 54, was charged with disorderly conduct by intoxication Aug. 10 after he allegedly urinated in a trash can in the lobby of the Cuyahoga Falls Police Department.An Akron woman, 30, was charged with fleeing police, speeding, and driving under suspension Aug. 2 following a traffic stop on state Route 8 at Howe Avenue. Police said she fled, left the freeway, drove through several red lights and swerved around other traffic before finally stopping in an East Market Street parking lot.An Akron man, 29, was charged with possession of marijuana and another man, 37, was charged with having an open container of alcohol Aug. 11 following a traffic stop on state Route 8 at Front Street. An officer said the driver had marijuana and the passenger had a plastic water battle containing gin and tonic.AssaultA Meir Place man, 25, reported Aug. 11 he was assaulted by a man he knows. He declined to prosecute.BurglarySomeone stole cash, a spare key and credit cards Aug. 13 from a home in the 1500 block of Bailey Road.Someone stole jewelry and cash, total value $2,500, from a home in the 1700 block of 14th Street on Aug. 11.Criminal damagingWindows were broken on two limousines and someone tried to pry open a shed Aug. 12 at the Islamic Center, 152 E. Steels Corners Road.ForgeryA Valley Savings Bank official told police Aug. 9 that a woman made a cash ATM deposit, filling out the envelope with the amount $2,000. There was only $2 in the envelope. The woman then debited more than $2,000 at local retailers.Misuse of a credit cardA man, 44, was suspected of stealing a debit card and using it for two transactions totaling $405.TheftExhaust systems from four trucks, total value $15,000, were stolen Aug. 12 on the lot at Falls Dodge, 4100 State Road. A blue Nissan Sentra stolen Aug. 7 from the 4900 block of State Road was recovered in Akron.Items valued at $2,500 were taken from a shed, garage and home Aug. 12 in the 400 block of Kathron Avenue.GreenArrestA Canton man, 36, of Eighth Street Northeast, was arrested at his home on a Summit County sheriff’s warrant charging felony menacing and stalking.BurglaryA Massillon Road woman told authorities Aug. 7 that someone entered her home and stole $3,000.New FranklinArrestA Coventry Township man, 31, of Flynn Avenue, was jailed Aug. 2 on charges of forgery and theft, both felonies, after turning himself in to New Franklin police. Officers said he admitted forging four checks in his mother’s name for a total of $2,401.Springfield TownshipArrestA Pressler Road man, 62, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 8 after he allegedly threatened to harm his ex-wife.TheftThree cellphones, total value $1,050, were stolen Aug. 6 from the Walmart on South Arlington Road.StowArrestsA Cuyahoga Falls woman, 27, was charged with forgery Aug. 12.ArsonA Lyndhurst Avenue woman told police Aug. 7 that someone smashed holes in two television screens at her home, then set fire to the televisions, three doors, two cable television boxes and a printer in the backyard.Criminal simulation Two counterfeit $50 bills were used to buy merchandise Aug. 11 at Giant Eagle, 4300 Kent Road.Identity theftA Hile Road woman reported Aug. 9 that someone used her personal information to apply for credit cards in Florida.NegligenceThe case manager of a group home resident filed a complaint of patient neglect Aug. 10.Phone harassmentA woman told police Aug. 10 that she answered the phone while visiting a 73-year-old relative in Stow. The caller told her to go to Walmart to buy “some type of card.” When she refused, the caller said he would kill the woman’s family. The older relative said he has received 100 calls from the man in the past five months.TheftA narcotic pain patch was stolen Aug. 3-11 from Emeritus at Stow, 4411 Fishcreek Road.An Akron woman, 35, told police that her wallet was stolen from her purse Aug. 7 as she played bingo at VFW Post 4738, 3726 Fishcreek Road. Credit cards and $80 were taken.Tools and a car battery were stolen Aug. 8 from an open garage in the 2200 block of Merria Road.TallmadgeArrestsAn Akron man, 35, was arrested Aug. 12 on warrants alleging conspiracy to commit kidnapping and illegal use of a minor in nudity-oriented material.A North Thomas Road man, 38, was charged with felony domestic violence and obstructing official business Aug. 14 after he allegedly slapped and punched his girlfriend. A child in the home called 911 when she awoke and heard “loud smacks.”BurglaryA screen door was damaged in an attempted break-in Aug. 11 at a home in the 100 block of South Munroe Road.Sexual assaultPolice were investigating an Aug. 9 report of a sexual assault of a child.Cuyahoga CountyNorth RoyaltonScrap theftOfficers found “some suspicious characters hanging out” in an industrial park Aug. 14. They are suspected of stealing scrap.Medina CountyBrunswickNoise complaintOfficers responded to an Aug. 11 complaint of loud music coming from a Pearl Road business. The business owner was charged with noise disturbance.Disturbing the peaceA Warren Drive resident called 911 several times Aug. 11 to complain of hip pain. The man became “belligerent and uncooperative with dispatchers,” and when officers arrived at the home, they found him to be “highly intoxicated from a mixture of Vicodin and alcohol.” He was taken to a hospital for treatment.Fake billA clerk at the Speedway station on Center Road called police Aug. 13 to report a counterfeit $10 bill. The customer said he received the bill at a concession stand at the Cuyahoga County Fair.Citizen assistPolice were called to Glenbrook Drive on Aug. 12 for a report of man who kept falling. He had several scratches and road-rash burns from falling. Officers said he did not have an odor of an alcohol. He told them he kept falling because of “severe knee and back pain.” He refused help from paramedics and would not further discuss his ailment. Officers were called back when he fell again. After refusing medical assistance a second time, he was charged with disorderly conduct.VandalismOfficers discovered the words “Diesel” and “Krome” spray-painted on bathroom buildings at Hopkins Park. The markings resemble those found at Lou Ray Associates and Laurel Square earlier in the week.MedinaCriminal damageOfficers responded to a call Aug. 11 that a street light had been vandalized on Brandywine Drive.Barking dogsOfficers were called to Strawberry Lane on Aug. 10 for a report that three dogs had been barking for hours. No one was home. A homeowner later called police to say that she thought her husband had brought the dogs inside. The husband thought the wife brought the dogs in.Suspicious personPolice were called to East Homestead Street for a report of people “taking pictures of kids” Aug. 13 at a park. A check of the camera found no images.Medina TownshipFireworksA trash can was on fire Aug. 14 on Yellowstone Drive. Officers found the remnants of fireworks. A homeowner believed teenagers were responsible.TheftSomeone stole a radiator from a 1966 motor home parked Aug. 13 on Pearl Road.Montville TownshipTheftAn Ashland couple was charged with theft Aug. 13 from the Ace Hardware on Medina Road.Stark CountyCanal FultonArrestA Wayne County woman, 51, of Oak Grove Drive, and a Cathedral Circle couple, ages 55 and 65, were arrested Aug. 6 on warrants charging child endangerment, illegal manufacturing of drugs and assembly and possession of chemicals for manufacturing drugs.Jackson TownshipArrestsA Plain Township woman, 28, of Newgate Avenue Northwest, was charged with child endangering and tampering with drugs Aug. 8. Police said she left a child unattended in a vehicle with a window cracked open in hot weather at the Clothes Mentor parking lot on Dressler Road Northwest. The child was taken to a hospital. Police reported finding drugs in the woman’s purse.A Mansfield man, 30, was arrested Aug. 5 on Jackson warrants charging forgery and receiving stolen property.Breaking and enteringA floor safe containing an undisclosed amount of cash and other items was reported stolen Aug. 3 from a secretary’s office at Windy Hills Hardwoods on Erie Avenue Northwest. BurglaryJewelry, a computer and Blu-ray equipment, total value $2,341, were reported stolen Aug. 3 from a South Boulevard Northwest home.Someone ransacked several rooms of a Jacque Drive Northwest home Aug. 2 and stole $2,300.TheftsJewelry valued at $25,601 was reported stolen Aug. 4 from a Malory Circle Northwest home.Several pairs of stolen sunglasses were exchanged Aug. 2 at the Sunglass Hut in Westfield Belden Village Mall. Within a couple of hours, more glasses with a false price tag were exchanged at Macy’s for four watches, total value $1,081.Lake TownshipArrestA Kent Avenue Northeast man, 26, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 6 after he allegedly hit his father in the face.North CantonTheftsTwo Winston Avenue Northeast neighbors reported thefts to police July 31. A woman said her vehicle was entered and a laptop computers and business documents, total value $2,000, were stolen. A neighbor said someone entered his garage and ­vehicles and stole a wedding ring, watch and earphones, total value $610.
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14-60888-rk Michael A. Roesler
Type: bk Office: 6 Chapter: 7 Trustee: DeGirolamo,, Trustee - Mansfield Anthony J. [Declaration Re: Electronic Filing] (<a href=''>4</a>)
Happening April 19 2014 - Source:

14-60871-rk Cindy Ann Edwards
Type: bk Office: 6 Chapter: 7 Trustee: DeGirolamo,, Trustee - Mansfield Anthony J. [Declaration Re: Electronic Filing] (<a href=''>4</a>)
Happening April 17 2014 - Source:

14-60854-rk Richard Lee Wise and Diane Lee Wise
Type: bk Office: 6 Chapter: 7 Trustee: DeGirolamo,, Trustee - Mansfield Anthony J. [Declaration Re: Electronic Filing] (<a href=''>6</a>)
Happening April 15 2014 - Source:

Area deaths — compiled April 14
MEDINABivins, Joan M., 70, of Wadsworth. Died Sunday. Parker & Son, Lodi.Cummings, Pamela, 53, of Brunswick. Died Friday. Carlson.Rudolph, Dorothy J., 90, of Wadsworth. Died Thursday. Hilliard-Rospert.STARKBravis, O. Kay Best, 64, of Alliance. Died Monday. Cassady-Turkle-Christian.Kouri, Fred F. Jr., 74, of Perry Township. Died Friday. Paquelet, Massillon.Leapline, Lynn S., 60, of Massillon. Died Thursday. Paquelet & Arnold-LynchMcNemar, James G., 66, of Alliance. Died Sunday. Cassady-Turkle-Christian.Popa, Arylis A., 64, of Alliance. Died Monday. Cassady-Turkle-Christian.WAYNEFlynn, Thomas, 69, of Wadsworth. Died Saturday. Auble-Gillman, Rittman.Graham, Glenna J., 77, of Wooster. Died Saturday. Auble, Orrville.Masters, Helen “Miki,” 65, of Orrville. Died Saturday. Auble.OTHERPawlus, John James Sr., 73, of Grafton. Died Friday. Carlson, Brunswick.Slayton, Allen Wayne, 62, of Mansfield, formerly of Orrville. Died Saturday. Auble, Orrville.
Happening April 15 2014 - Source:

14-60848-rk Nathan Sutter
Type: bk Office: 6 Chapter: 7 Trustee: DeGirolamo,, Trustee - Mansfield Anthony J. [Declaration Re: Electronic Filing] (<a href=''>4</a>)
Happening April 15 2014 - Source:

14-60829-rk Jessica L Sexton
Type: bk Office: 6 Chapter: 7 Trustee: DeGirolamo,, Trustee - Mansfield Anthony J. [ADI List of Creditors Uploaded]
Happening April 14 2014 - Source:

Mansfield, Missing People
Currently missing persons sought by law enforcement derived from public and private sources
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Mansfield, Crime News
Published news and events of criminal activity
Three plead guilty in Mansfield Tyger case
Defendants accused of improper use of more than $200,000 in scholarship funding for student athletes.
April 05 2014 - Source:

Broken Mystery Tombstone Belongs to WWII Vet
MANSFIELD, Ohio — The mystery of a World War II veteran’s broken tombstone found in a Mansfield woman’s yard has...
March 26 2014 - Source:

Broken Mystery Tombstone Found in Yard Belongs to WWII Vet
MANSFIELD, Ohio — The mystery of a World War II veteran’s broken tombstone found in a Mansfield woman’s yard has...
March 26 2014 - Source:

Three People Arrested In Mansfield Drug Bust
Suspected heroin overdoses lead police to house filled with drugs. Learn more.
February 22 2014 - Source:

Data Center: Crime map, database updated
We've just added 167 new crime reports from last week. See what's being reported in your Mansfield neighborhood.
November 19 2013 - Source:

Data Center: Mansfield crime map updated
We've just added over 200 new data points to our Mansfield crime map and database. See what is being reported in your neighborhood.
October 07 2013 - Source:


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