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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 — Aug. 4
Summit CountyBarbertonBurglarySomeone entered a fenced-in cellphone tower and a control room on East State Street on July 28 and stole $3,000 worth of copper wiring.TheftsJewelry valued at $6,200 was reported stolen July 25 from an East Tuscarawas Avenue residence.Another $1,350 worth of jewelry was reported stolen July 25 from a Rubber Street residence.Coins valued at $5,000 were listed as stolen July 24 from a home on Wooster Road North.A PlayStation 3 and other items, total value $670, were stolen from a Sylvester Street home July 22.On July 22, the owner of an Eighth Street Northwest vacant home told police that copper valued at $500 was missing from the basement.Bath TownshipTheftA lawn tractor and motorcycle trailer were among items taken from a garage July 6-26 in the 1200 block of Cleveland-Massillon Road.A purse was stolen from a car in a Medina Road parking lot July 25.Landscaping tools were stolen from a storage barn in the 2300 block of Cleveland-Massillon Road between June 22 and July 22.Coventry TownshipArrestA Portage Lakes Drive man, 19, was charged with telephone harassment and drug possession July 27.Breaking and enteringCash totaling $500 and other items were reported stolen July 23 from a garage on East Warner Road.BurglaryTwo sets of golf clubs, a TV and other items, totaling $4,900, were stolen after a window was broken to enter a Teal Circle home July 24.Cuyahoga FallsArrestA former employee of Speedway, 2026 Bailey Road, was charged July 31 with theft. She is accused of stealing $500 from the company.AssaultA woman reported that her brother, 63, was assaulted in a parking lot in the 2200 block of Winter Parkway.BurglaryA home in the 200 block of Victor Avenue was broken into Aug. 1, but nothing appeared to be missing.Someone stole checks July 29 from a home in the 1800 block of Second Street.Electronics and handguns were stolen July 29 from a home in the 2600 block of Maitland Avenue.Suspicious personA Birchwood Avenue man reported Aug. 1 that a man approached his 11-year-old son in the 2700 block of Oakwood Drive and asked the boy if he wanted to see a pet in the man’s truck. The boy declined and left the area. Police are investigating.TheftA gun and personal papers were taken from a home in the 3300 block of Caleb Street between July 29 and Aug. 1.A Best Buy employee reported July 31 that a man took an Apple TV, valued at $99, from the store by hiding it in his pants.A 1993 Ford Crown Victoria was stolen from a driveway in the 3000 block of Prior Drive on July 31.A purse was stolen from an unattended shopping cart in the parking lot of Acme, 2630 Bailey Road, July 30. The purse contained credit cards, $250 and other items.Landscaping equipment was stolen from a job site in the 3500 block of Grant Avenue on July 31.GreenArrestA Lake Township man, of Lee Street Northwest, was jailed on a burglary warrant July 24 after he was arrested on Lauby Road at the Interstate 77 off ramp to Akron-Canton Airport.BurglaryA Karla Drive man said July 27 that someone located a hidden spare key and entered his residence, taking a wedding ring, TV and other items, total value $2,400.TheftsA medical bag, iPod, purse and other items, total value $1,100, were reported stolen from four vehicles parked at the Hilton Garden Inn on Lauby Road on July 27.Golf clubs and bag, total value $1,400, were stolen July 26 from an Ashton Drive man’s golf cart.A Midland, Texas, man said he was staying at the Hampton Inn on South Arlington Road on July 22 when his vehicle was forced open. Luggage, clothing and a pistol, total value $3,100, were stolen. A Galveston, Texas, man also at the inn said several windows were broken in his vehicle and a $500 iPad was stolen.A Nine Iron Drive resident told authorities July 11 that two rent checks, total value $700, were taken from a drop box at his apartment complex.NortonArrestsA Doylestown man, 18, and an Akron woman, 19, were charged July 28 with underage drinking. The man also was charged with drug possession. Police investigating a suspicious vehicle in a Cleveland-Massillon Road parking lot reported finding Percocet, marijuana and beer in the car.BurglaryA home in the 2900 block of Haynes Street was looted July 27. Eight envelopes containing personal checks were stolen.Identity theftA Swain Drive woman reported July 29 someone used her deceased husband’s personal information to open a utility account, leaving a delinquent bill of nearly $500.Misuse of a credit cardA Taylor Road woman reported July 28 someone used her daughter’s debit card to make an unauthorized purchase at a Pennsylvania Walmart.VandalismA Noble Street man reported July 29 someone spray-painted his Ford Mustang black, then spray-painted smiley faces on the car.Springfield TownshipArrestsAn Akron man, 43, of Rowe Street, was jailed July 28 on a warrant charging him with breaking and entering following an incident in mid-April. Three individuals told police that items, total value $5,650, were stolen from their units at Taylor’s Mini Storage on Canton Road. A second suspect was arrested previously and charged with receiving stolen property, police said.An East Turkeyfoot Lake Road man, 45, was jailed on a charge of felony domestic violence July 18 after a witness told police the suspect was seen punching his girlfriend in the face before she jumped from their vehicle. The man was arrested at a Ripley Avenue location.Breaking and enteringTwo chain saws and other items, total value $2,300, were stolen from a shed at a Gregory Drive home July 25.BurglaryA flat-screen TV valued at $650 was reported stolen July 23 from a Pawnee Boulevard home.Jewelry and medications valued at $1,100 were stolen from a Delaware Avenue home July 22.A thief entered an attached garage on Rolling Meadows Lane on July 22 and fled with a paint sprayer, tools and other items, total value $5,830.Identity fraudA Pressler Road resident said a female used his personal information to open a Dominion East Ohio Gas account, which is now $2,868 past due.TheftA $1,000 computer owned by Akron Public Schools was stolen from a Foxford Court residence. A homeless man, 23, was being sought by police.StowArrestsA 41-year-old Warren woman was charged Aug. 1 with theft and possession of criminal tools. She is accused of stealing two cameras from Target, 4200 Kent Road, and hiding them in a foil-lined bag to avoid detection.A 24-year-old Akron man was charged July 31 with forgery. He is accused of using a counterfeit $100 bill to buy merchandise at Walmart, 3520 Hudson Drive. Police said they found three similar bills when the man was arrested.ArsonA man reported July 29 someone set his work van on fire while he was sleeping. Items were removed from the van before it was ignited.Breaking and enteringSomeone broke into a home that is being renovated in the 3900 block of Hiwood Avenue and took a hot water heater between June 1 and July 31.Identity theftA Springdale Road man reported July 25 that someone used his personal information to open two credit card accounts in his name. The accounts were closed before any charges were made.TheftThe manager of Get-Go, 3845 Darrow Road, reported Aug. 1 that a woman has been borrowing Giant Eagle discount cards from customers buying gas, then pumping gas into her vehicle and leaving without paying.TallmadgeArrestsA man was charged July 27 with domestic violence. He is accused of assaulting his ex-girlfriend at her North Thomas Road residence.A 57-year-old Akron man was charged July 29 with possession of marijuana. The drugs were found by police during a traffic stop. A 26-year-old Norton man was charged July 29 with possession of a drug abuse instrument.A 14-year-old Ledgebrook Road girl was charged July 27 with domestic violence and resisting arrest. She is accused of choking her mother because she wouldn’t give the teen her car keys, then scuffling with officers during her arrest.A man was charged July 31 with possession of a drug abuse instrument and drug paraphernalia. Police were called to the 200 block of West Avenue, where they found the man and his friend. The friend told police the man took a drug, then passed out in the friend’s truck. Police found a syringe, burnt spoon and a plastic bag containing white powder.AssaultA Giant Eagle employee, 48, reported he was assaulted by a co-worker at the West Avenue store.TheftA North Thomas Road man reported July 26 someone removed a check from his mailbox and cashed it.VandalismA Woods Drive man reported July 24 that while outside inspecting new windows, he found a bullet hole near one of the windows. The spent casing was found on top of his dresser. Police have no suspects.Medina CountyBrunswickAssaultPolice were called to Southwick Boulevard after a basketball game turned violent. One player was headbutted by another. Impaired pedestrianThe Ohio Highway Patrol asked Brunswick police to assist with a drunk man on Pearl Road on Aug. 1. The man was hitting his head inside of the patrol’s cruiser. He was cited for disorderly conduct and obstructing official business.MedinaDomestic violenceA woman called police July 29 upset that her husband would not go to the hospital. Officers advised the woman that her husband “seemed competent to make that decision” on his own.A business in the 1000 block of South Court reported the theft of scrap tires on July 21.Suspicious personOfficers found a man “tampering” with garbage at a North Court Street business on July 31. He was charged with criminal mischief and trespassing.Medina TownshipAssaultOfficers were called to Eastpoint Drive on July 28 for a report of a male being hit in the head with a beer bottle. Two individuals told officers that everything was fine and the injured male was gone.Abduction attemptA girl told her father July 27 that a man tried to get her to go with him. The suspect denied the allegation. Police plan to review a video of the incident.Montville TownshipSuspicious personPolice were called to the 2900 block of Medina Road on July 28 for a man who was bobbing his head in a vehicle at the BP station. He checked out OK.Customer disputeA customer called police Aug. 2 to complain that he did not receive $20 in pre-paid gas from a pump. The gas station showed that the customer did pump 5.465 gallons of gas into his vehicle. The customer said his tank still showed it was on “E” — it read half a tank when the officer checked.WadsworthArrestA Broad Street man, 32, was charged July 29 with domestic violence and possession of drug paraphernalia.FraudPolice received a report July 29 from Walmart, 222 E. Smokerise Drive, that someone used a fake gift card to purchase an iPad.ForgeryA resident reported July 30 that someone forged and cashed several of her checks.TheftPolice are investigating a July 28 report of theft by an employee from a Broad Street business.Portage CountyKentArrestsTwo 20-year-old men were arrested Aug. 1 in the 100 block of North Water Street. They were charged with underage drinking and criminal trespass. One of the men also is charged with obstructing official business.A homeless woman, 21, was arrested July 31 in the 1300 block of Fairchild Avenue on warrants for failure to appear in court, illegal manufacture of drugs, assembly of chemicals used in the manufacture of drugs and aggravated drug possession. She also faces a charge of falsification.Stark CountyJackson TownshipArrestCharges of forgery and disrupting official business were lodged against a Canton man, 45, of Dueber Avenue Southwest. He is accused of taking $170 in clothes from Macy’s at Westfield Belden Village Mall on July 27.BurglaryA PlayStation 3 system and other items, total value $680, were stolen July 24 from a Miles Avenue Northwest apartment.TheftsOn July 24, someone broke a car window at Kindercare Pre-School on Dressler Road Northwest and fled with a purse, cash and contents totaling $730. On July 18, another township resident told police someone entered her van’s unlocked door and took a purse, cash and other items, total value $990.A purse and cash, total value $1,100, were stolen July 22 from a vehicle at the Powerhouse Gym on Promler Avenue Northwest.A spokesperson for RAB Communications on Promway Avenue Northwest said July 22 that a DVD and modem plus miscellaneous tools, total value $1,033, were taken by two former employees who had been terminated and had failed to return the items.North CantonBurglaryA Farrell Street Southeast resident told police July 23 that three bicycles, total value $1,300, were stolen from her garage because the door was left open.Plain TownshipArrestsA Beverly Avenue Northeast man was jailed on a charge of domestic violence July 25 after police said he pushed the mother of their child against a wall and tried to take the child from her arms during an altercation.A Canton man, 28, of Miami Court Northeast was jailed on charges of domestic violence and aggravated burglary July 25 when arrested on a warrant by U.S. marshals at a 30th Street Northeast location.Wayne CountyWayne sheriffArrestAn Orrville man, 25, was arrested July 27 on a charge of possession of cocaine after deputies said they found the drug during a traffic stop on Old Lincoln Way.AssaultA deputy reported July 23 that he received minor injuries after an inmate at Wayne County Jail assaulted him.Breaking and enteringTools, fishing equipment and two hunting bows, total value $1,500, were reported stolen July 30 from a storage unit in the 10200 block of East Easton Road, Milton Township.Someone broke three door frames and a window, causing $350 in damage, July 27 at a building at the Wayne County Fairgrounds, 199 Vanover St., Wooster.A generator valued at $500 was reported taken July 27 from a garage in the 6000 block of East Steiner Road, Milton Township.Lawn equipment and tools worth $2,440 were reported stolen July 28 from a shed at St. Anne Catholic Church, 8200 East Easton Road, Milton Township.BurglariesA shotgun and a rifle were reported stolen July 29 from a residence in the 9000 block of McFadden Road, Clinton Township.A Wayne Township resident reported July 21 that $110 was taken from a bedroom of a residence in the 6200 block of Hoffman Road.A safe with $1,800, jewelry and a PlayStation 2, total value $2,150, were reported stolen July 25 from a residence in the 1600 block of Sylvan Road, Wooster Township.TheftA Chippewa Township resident reported July 26 that 300 gallons of diesel fuel worth $1,000 were taken from a residence in the 10500 block of Coal Bank Road.WoosterArrestsA Wooster woman, 30, was arrested July 29 on charges of shoplifting and possessing drug paraphernalia after she was found with cocaine and items reported taken from Family Dollar, 239 W. Liberty St. Police said the woman also was found with cocaine July 28 during a traffic stop on East Bowman Street, but she denied the drug belonged to her.A Wooster man, 30, was arrested July 27 on a charge of drug abuse after police said they found him with cocaine in the 300 block of East Bowman Street.Two Wooster women, 28 and 25, were arrested July 29 on three charges of trafficking in drugs and two counts of possession of drugs during a raid on a suspected drug house in the 300 block of North Grant Street. Police seized $1,625 in drug items and ammunition magazines.A Wooster man, 25, was arrested July 26 on a charge of domestic violence after a woman complained of an assault at a residence in the 500 block of North Buckeye Street.TheftsA motor scooter valued at $500 was reported stolen July 29 from a residence in the 1600 block of Mechanicsburg Road.A wallet with $70 was reported taken July 30 from a residence in the 4900 block of Pine Ridge Drive.VandalismSomeone threw rocks at railroad equipment and damaged two CSX railroad cars in the 700 block of Spruce Street. Damage was estimated at $1,000.
August 03 2013 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/police-blotter-aug-4-1.418413?localLinksEnabled=false

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Bob Dyer: Blimp names too heavy for helium
My readers are reading my mind.In an email whose subject line is “Goodyear Blimp Contest,” James Miller writes:“Out of 15,000 entries? These are the best 10? Must have been a pretty sad list.”Either that or a sad group of judges.I, too, was completely underwhelmed.The names are mostly bland and numbingly corporate. Compared to the soaring, quirky, lovable aircraft that will carry one of the 10 monikers, they are flat-out pedestrian.Only one seems worthy of being attached to the new bird, which is 50 feet longer, 20 mph faster and has 71 percent more seating capacity (12) than the blimps of the past half-century.If you missed the story about the finalists, here goes (try to stay awake):• Adventurer• Ambassador• Commitment• Excursion• Explorer• Goodwill• Inspiration• Pride of Goodyear• Resolute• Wingfoot OneYes, those have been declared the top 0.0667 percent of all the names submitted.Keep in mind that no two of the 15,000 entries were the same, because Goodyear’s website blocked multiple entries with the same name.“Goodwill”? Is the blimp going to start swooping down over area households to collect gently worn clothing?“Excursion”? “Explorer”? Perhaps the Ford Motor Co. is getting kickbacks. “Resolute”? Do you really want to name this blimp after another blimp? And out of all the past blimps, you pick one that was christened by Amelia Earhart? Talk about bad vibes.But maybe it’s just me. Here’s what Autoweek said about the finalists: “We like Resolute for badass historical reasons. If so named, may this blimp fare better than its namesake.” The HMS Resolute was a member of the British Navy during the mid-1800s. Built for Arctic exploration, it got stuck in the ice and was abandoned, and the entire crew died. An American whaling ship fished it out years later and returned it to Queen Victoria.Perfect.“Pride of Goodyear” sounds too much like the recently departed “Spirit of Goodyear” — and not far from “Spirit of Akron,” “Spirit of America” and “Spirit of Innovation.” After we run through all the “spirit of” names and all of the “pride of” names, will we turn to “heart of” names?“Ambassador” also carries a strong scent of deja vu because for decades Goodyear has described its blimps generically as “aerial ambassadors.”“Adventurer” doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue. Say it out loud. Even coming from the mouth of a network TV announcer, it’s just not punchy enough.The only one I like on the entire list is “Wingfoot One.”It’s fun to say out loud. It combines an iconic name with the number one, signifying a fresh start in blimp design. And, unlike “Commitment” and “Inspiration,” it sounds like a thing, not a political party’s platform.One reader complained that “Wingfoot One” would resonate only with locals because the rest of the nation doesn’t know the blimp’s hangar is at a place called Wingfoot Lake in Suffield Township.But the winged foot also has been a central part of the corporate logo for 114 years. Everyone has seen it.Then there’s this: The mythological dude with the winged foot was Hermes, who was nothing less than the messenger of the Gods. Hard to argue with that kind of networking.Still, some readers are firmly committed to “none of the above.”“These names are crap,” wrote the ever-subtle Michael Hendrickson.His own entry was “Assurance Aloft,” which would have satisfied the complicated criteria, offered alliteration and, from a marketing standpoint, furthered the name recognition of one of the company’s major tire lines (Assurance).I guess we should have expected this type of result given the unwieldy contest rules in which judges were supposed to assign various weights to four different criteria, such as 40 percent for a name that “acknowledges Goodyear’s ongoing track record of delivering superior performance and innovation.”If you can work up enough enthusiasm, the voting will run through May 9 at www.Goodyear.com/
NametheBlimp.Bombs away.Bob Dyer can be reached at 330-996-3580 or bdyer@thebeaconjournal.com.
Happening April 24 2014 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/bob-dyer-blimp-names-too-heavy-for-helium-1.483004?localLinksEnabled=false

13-34936-jpg Aaron C Mylek, Sr. and Heather L Mylek
Type: bk Office: 3 Chapter: 7 Trustee: Baumgartner-Novak, Patti [Compensation (PDF)] (<a href='https://ecf.ohnb.uscourts.gov/doc1/140039740380?pdf_header=&de_seq_num=99&caseid=945075'>28</a>)
Happening April 23 2014 - Source: https://ecf.ohnb.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/DktRpt.pl?945075

13-31688-jpg Jessica L. Farson
Type: bk Office: 3 Chapter: 7 Trustee: Baumgartner-Novak, Patti [Case Closed Group 350] (<a href='https://ecf.ohnb.uscourts.gov/doc1/140039735283?pdf_header=&de_seq_num=114&caseid=929875'>37</a>)
Happening April 22 2014 - Source: https://ecf.ohnb.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/DktRpt.pl?929875

13-31346-jpg John A. Bringman and Kimberly J. Bringman
Type: bk Office: 3 Chapter: 7 Trustee: Baumgartner-Novak, Patti [Case Closed Group 350] (<a href='https://ecf.ohnb.uscourts.gov/doc1/140039735279?pdf_header=&de_seq_num=154&caseid=928317'>51</a>)
Happening April 22 2014 - Source: https://ecf.ohnb.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/DktRpt.pl?928317

11-36608-jpg Julie A. Bobash
Type: bk Office: 3 Chapter: 7 Trustee: Baumgartner-Novak, Patti [Case Closed Group 350] (<a href='https://ecf.ohnb.uscourts.gov/doc1/140039735278?pdf_header=&de_seq_num=189&caseid=893831'>63</a>)
Happening April 22 2014 - Source: https://ecf.ohnb.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/DktRpt.pl?893831

13-32544-jpg Michael P. O'Leary and Lella M. O'Leary
Type: bk Office: 3 Chapter: 7 Trustee: Baumgartner-Novak, Patti [Case Closed Group 350] (<a href='https://ecf.ohnb.uscourts.gov/doc1/140039735277?pdf_header=&de_seq_num=102&caseid=933780'>27</a>)
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Ohio State band director: 'I have the greatest job in America'
Jonathan Waters keeps busy as director of the Ohio State University marching band, but it's a job he enjoys as he continues to look at new ways to be innovative going forward.
March 28 2014 - Source: http://newarkadvocate.com/article/20140328/NEWS01/303280011/1006/rss02

USM music students perform for construction workers repairing damaged buildings
About three dozen music students at the University of Southern Mississippi Wednesday performed for construction workers who are repairing and renovating campus buildings that were damaged during the 2013 tornado.
March 26 2014 - Source: http://www.wdam.com/story/25080627/usm-music-students-perform-for-construction-workers-repairing-damaged-buildings

Music students perform for construction workers at USM
About three dozen music students at the University of Southern Mississippi Wednesday performed for construction workers who are repairing and renovating campus buildings that were damaged during the 2013 tornado.
March 26 2014 - Source: http://www.wdam.com/story/25080627/usm-music-students-perform-for-construction-workers-repairing-damaged-buildings

Findlay unveils plan to revamp downtown area
The City of Findlay unveiled a plan to renovate and revitalize its downtown on Thursday. The goal of the project is to draw more shoppers and visitors to the area.
March 13 2014 - Source: http://www.toledonewsnow.com/story/24971775/findlay-unveils-plan-to-revamp-downtown-area

Put-in-Bay renovation project may upset ice fishing business
Ice fishing is a big business in Ottawa County when there's ice. Unlike recent years, there's ice this year and that's good news for tourism officials.
January 17 2014 - Source: http://www.toledonewsnow.com/story/24486542/put-in-bay-renovation-project-may-upset-ice-fishing-business

BGSU begins $24 million building renovation
Bowling Green State University is set to overhaul another building – this time, South Hall will be getting a multi-million dollar renovation.
December 11 2013 - Source: http://www.toledonewsnow.com/story/24198670/bgsu-begins-24-million-building-renovation

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