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Violent Crime:7
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:0
Forcible Rape:1
Robbery:1
Aggravated Assault:5
Property Crime:191
Burglary:56
Larceny Theft:131
Motor Vehicle Theft:4
Arson:0
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Total population of residents6,491
White resident population recorded6,307
Black or African American resident population recorded29
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded12
Asian resident population recorded28
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded0
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded78
Resident population of some other race recorded13
Resident population of two or more races recorded102
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Police blotter — Dec. 29
Summit CountyAkronArrestsA McKinley Avenue man, 51, was charged with tampering with evidence, possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia and open container in a motor vehicle after a traffic stop on Clay Drive.An Orlando Avenue woman, 44, was charged with possession of heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia after a traffic stop in the 800 block of East Wilbeth Road.An Edison Street Northwest, Lake Township man, 34, was charged with possession of heroin, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of drug instruments. Police said he was the front-seat passenger in a vehicle parked in the 900 block of South Arlington Street. When he saw the officers, he jumped out of the seat and threw a small bag on the ground that contained heroin.A 29-year-old Highbrook Street woman was charged with possession of crack cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia after a traffic stop.A Fulmer Avenue man, 22, was charged with drug abuse heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia after a traffic stop. The man attempted to elude the police but was caught after a short pursuit.A Holdbrook Avenue, Lake Township man, 29, was charged with possession of heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia after officers were called to a location on Seventh Avenue Southwest for a man suspected of shooting heroin.A 27-year-old woman and a 31-year-old man, both of South Arlington Street, were charged with drug abuse heroin after officers responded to their apartment to check on their welfare. In the same incident, an Apache Trail, Stow woman, 37, was charged with drug abuse heroin, and a Bonnet Drive, Cuyahoga Falls man, 30, was charged with possession of heroin.A Washington Avenue, Cuyahoga Falls woman, 35, was charged with theft after police said she took drugs from her Akron place of employment.A 21-year-old Treetop Trail man was charged with receiving stolen property and criminal mischief after police said he was walking around the parking lot at North Hampton and Portage Trail looking into cars. He had a stolen debit card in his possession, police said.BarbertonForgeryOn Dec. 12, a Belleview Avenue resident told police that he learned after receiving collection letters that his personal information had been obtained without his permission and used to open loans out of state. The amount taken wasn’t disclosed.BurglaryCash totaling $802 was reported stolen from a Second Street Northwest residence on Dec. 15.TheftA Fernwood Avenue resident told police Dec. 12 that someone hacked into her Verizon account without permission and ordered merchandise totaling $1,500.An Eighth Street Northwest woman said she left her home Dec. 11 and when she returned five days later, she discovered that property worth $2,113 was missing, including a $700 necklace.Copley TownshipTheftA Cloverfield Drive, man, told police some had been stealing his neighbor’s mail and putting it into his recycle bin. The victim was advised to report any future thefts.Coventry TownshipBurglaryA kayak and other items, total value $1,600, were reported stolen from a North Viona Drive man’s residence Dec. 17.FairlawnTheftA Wadsworth woman, 62, told police someone stole her computer Dec. 26. She had taken it the Apple store in Summit Mall and laid it down for a second. When she turned around it was gone. The total value of the computer was $600.ArrestAn Akron woman, 30, was issued a summons for assaulting a Summit Mall employee. She allegedly threw some merchandise at the employee because she was dissatisfied with the service she was getting. The victim suffered a small laceration to her face.TheftAn Akron teen, 14, was arrested for theft Dec. 23. He allegedly stole a pack of fake cigarettes from Spencer’s Gifts in Summit Mall. He has been banned from Spencer’s indefinitely. ArrestA Copley woman, 45, was arrested for theft Dec. 22. She allegedly stole $222 worth in clothing from Macy’s department store. She has been banned from Macy’s for three years.GreenArrestA 40-year-old Cottage Grove Road man was jailed Dec. 17 on a charge of domestic violence after police said he argued with a woman. After they pushed each other, he punched her in the back of the head, police said.Springfield TownshipArrestAn Akron man, 20, of Inman Avenue and a Lakemore man, 32, of Hilda Street were jailed in connection with the theft of $2,650 worth of items, including a $1,700 flat-screen TV, from a Grace Road home Dec. 17. The Akron man was charged with felony receiving stolen property, obstructing official business, resisting arrest and drug possession. The suspect from Lakemore was charged with felony theft.TheftAn Elm Grove Avenue resident told police Dec. 12 that his credit card number was used to buy $582 worth of merchandise at a Walmart store in Newark, Ohio.Cuyahoga CountyNorth RoyaltonVandalismOfficers were called to Helen Drive on Dec. 21 after several lawns were turfed.Medina CountyBrunswickTheftOfficers were called Dec. 18 to a home on South Carpenter Road after a resident discovered that someone entered his unlocked vehicle and stole an iPad, headphones and an adapter.MedinaTheftA Damon Drive resident reported Dec. 23 that someone stole a Coach purse left in a car parked in the garage.Suspicious personOfficers responded to Lawrence Street on Dec. 22 for a report of a man walking around with an ax. The man had a walking stick.LitteringOfficers made a juvenile pick up a cup he had dropped Dec. 22 in Medina Square.Medina TownshipFireOfficers noticed that a luminary at a church had caught the milk jug on fire around 3 a.m. An officer used a fire extinguisher to put it out.Suspicious personA man was caught urinating in the weeds Dec. 23 on Pearl Road. He was told not to do it again.Suspicious vehicleA vehicle with an arrest warrant attached to it was found running unoccupied outside of Walmart on Dec. 24. The owner was found inside of the store and told to take care of the warrant and to turn off the car.VandalismA Nichols Road resident called police Dec. 21 to complain that for the second night in a row their mailbox was hit. The first night it was hit by a pickup truck. The second night they believe it was a dark-colored sedan.Montville TownshipVandalismA caller reported that someone driving an older pickup truck struck a sign and a rock at the end of Stockbridge Drive then drove into Trillium Creek’s complex.ShootingA Tower Road resident called police Dec. 22 to report that she walked outside and heard a bullet buzz by her head. Her neighbors were advised to put up a back drop when shooting.Suspicious vehiclePolice were called to Churchill Way on Dec. 22 for a report that a Jeep was driving through the neighborhood with a person in the backseat using a garage door opener attempting to open doors. It turns out the people were delivering phone books and were using a scanning device to document their deliveries.Stark CountyCanal FultonArrestsCharges of domestic violence and using weapons while intoxicated were lodged against a Waterside Avenue Northwest man, 24, after the mother of their child feared that the man would hurt her in an incident Dec. 15.Officers used warrants for domestic violence by threats and criminal damaging to jail a Beverly Avenue man, 18, after he was initially arrested by Massillon police. Police said he threatened to trash his grandmother’s apartment and kill her Oct. 2.Police jailed a Canton man, 19, of Columbus Avenue Northwest on Dec. 12 on warrants charging robbery, having weapons under disability, falsification and obstructing official business after he was found hiding in a Canal Street home’s bathroom. A firearm was sticking out from between mattresses, police said.Jackson TownshipArrestsA Canton man, 24, of Newton Avenue Northwest was arrested at Stark State College on Frank Avenue Northwest and jailed on a charge of domestic violence Dec. 16 after an ex-girlfriend told police the suspect choked her during an argument, bit her nose and slapped her.A Canton woman, 23, of Jones Court Northwest was arrested by Canton police and jailed by Jackson police Dec. 16 on a Jackson warrant charging her with felony theft.A Massillon resident, 19, of Griffith Avenue Southwest was jailed on a charge of felony disrupting public services after police said he argued with his girlfriend and took her cellphone, preventing her from calling police.Felonious assaultA township man told police Dec. 15 his jaw was broken in two places when he was assaulted by another man in the parking lot of Fiddlestix on Fulton Drive Northwest.Breaking and enteringLeather clothing and other items, total value $27,550, were reported stolen Dec. 15 after the front door was pried open at George’s Menswear on Belden Village Street Northwest.BurglaryTwo TV sets and $300 were stolen from an Appleknoll Street Northwest home Dec. 17.A key apparently was used to enter a Bermuda Street Northwest home. Two TV sets, value unknown, were stolen.Entry was forced at a Miles Avenue Northwest apartment Dec. 8 to steal a laptop computer and TV set, total value $900.ForgeryA township resident told police Dec. 14 that her personal information was used to create and cash two fraudulent checks totaling $2,875.TheftsAn Xbox 360 system and other electronic items, total value $890, were reported stolen Dec. 14 from the Game Stop on Dressler Road Northwest.On Dec. 9, police were told that over a three-month period jewelry valued at $1,500 was stolen from an elderly patient’s bedroom dresser at the Canton Regency on 22nd Street Northwest. Three days earlier, another resident told police that $500 in two envelopes was stolen from a drawer in her apartment.Lake TownshipArrestA Sweitzer Street Northwest man, 21, was jailed Dec. 13 on a domestic violence warrant after he was arrested by a Summit sheriff’s deputy.Lawrence TownshipArrestPolice jailed an Orrville Street Northwest man, 21, on a charge of domestic violence Dec. 15. Police said he reversed his truck out of his driveway and rammed a vehicle with two occupants coming to pick up children the suspect has with the daughter and sister of the two victims.North CantonArrestA Marquardt Street Northeast girl, 17, was charged with felony theft Dec. 15 and released to a parent after police said she took a wallet from Hoover High School and bought items online totaling $267 and had them delivered to her home.BurglarySomeone entered a Mabry Mill Drive Southwest home and took a $500 computer tablet charging on a kitchen counter, police were told Dec. 16.Police said they had been investigating the Dec. 5 report that two rings, total value $1,100, were stolen from an Applegrove Street Northeast home.Plain TownshipA Wooster man, 22, was jailed on a charge of felony theft Dec. 17 after a Stark sheriff deputy’s report said he admitted that over a three-month period he stole numerous video games and Nintendo game systems plus food, total value $2,800, from his employer, Kmart on Harmont Avenue Northeast.While trying to get a laptop computer, a Chestnut Hill Street Northwest man, 51, grabbed his wife by the arm, causing her to believe he was trying to harm her, a deputy’s report stated.A 45th Street Northwest man was jailed Dec. 12 on a domestic violence warrant.UniontownArrestsA Rittman man, 29, of Strawberry Hill was jailed on a charge of felony theft Dec. 14. He is accused of transferring $40,000 from a store’s PayPal account to his own PayPal account over the past seven years.A felony assault charge was filed against an Akron man, 49, of Lucy Street after he was stopped at Sweitzer Street and Virginia Avenue for numerous violations. Police said that during the traffic stop he backed up his vehicle, nearly hitting an officer and the department’s cruiser.Misuse of credit cardA Shelview Circle woman told police Dec. 16 that she pulled into a PlayhouseSquare parking garage in Cleveland and gave the female attendant her credit card and driver’s license as requested and then 15 minutes into the show she was called from Walmart stating that a $959 transaction was being attempted. The victim denied the transaction and canceled the card. Police are working with Cleveland authorities to try to identify the suspect.
December 29 2013 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/police-blotter-dec-29-1.455739?localLinksEnabled=false

Police blotter — Aug. 25
Summit CountyAkronArrestsA 13th Street Southwest man, 42, was charged with hit-skip, operating a vehicle while intoxicated, driving under suspension, obstructing official police business and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police said he struck a motorcycle with his vehicle, then parked the car and ran. Officers said he was wanted on a theft warrant.A Maywood Avenue man, 39, was charged with felonious assault after he allegedly stabbed a woman during a quarrel.A 12th Street Southwest man, 33, was charged with aggravated burglary and felonious assault after he allegedly forced his way into an 11th Street home and struck a resident in the head before fleeing.A Joy Avenue woman, 21, was charged with domestic violence after she allegedly pushed and scratched her husband during a quarrel. Police said the woman was intoxicated.A Dayton Street man, 45, was charged with breaking and entering after he allegedly forced his way into an East Cuyahoga Falls Avenue business and stole a cash register drawer.An Orlando Avenue man, 41, was charged with burglary after he allegedly forced his way into an East Cuyahoga Falls Avenue home and rummaged through a resident’s dresser drawers.A Dayton Street man, 45, was charged with breaking and entering after he allegedly smashed the front window of an East Cuyahoga Falls Avenue business, entered the building and stole $40.A Cuyahoga Falls woman, 30, of Fairland Street, was charged with theft of drugs and illegal processing of a drug document. Police said she took drugs for personal use while employed as a registered nurse.A North Howard Street man, 38, was charged with drug trafficking and littering. While responding to a fight call, police saw the man urinating on a sidewalk with his pants pulled down.A Cuyahoga Falls woman, 29, of Bailey Road, and a Alpha Avenue man, 51, were charged with drug trafficking after police reported seeing them making a drug transaction.A Fairbanks Place woman, 33, was charged with possession of meth, drug instruments and drug paraphernalia in a parking lot on Mogadore Road.A Briner Avenue woman, 31, was charged with trafficking, possession of drugs, drug instruments and drug paraphernalia, and child endangering following a traffic stop at Eastwood Avenue and Darrow Road. Police reported finding 21 Percocet pills and syringes. The woman’s son, 10, was in the vehicle with her.An Oakland Avenue man and woman, both 50, were charged with receiving stolen property, possession of meth and drug paraphernalia. Police said the two had a stolen motorcycle, 1 gram of meth, snort straws and a digital scale at their residence.A Raymond Street man, 32, was charged with receiving stolen property, drug abuse and possessing drug paraphernalia. Police said he had marijuana in a stolen car.A 10th Street Southwest man, 25, and an Archwood Avenue man, 22 were charged with receiving stolen property and possessing drugs after being pulled over in a stolen car on Watson Street.A Bulger Avenue man, 27, was charged with drug abuse after police reported finding him passed out behind the wheel ofas vehicle at Arlington Street and Archwood Avenue. An Akron man, 29, was charged with burglary, drug abuse and misrepresentation of identity following a burglary on Kenmore Boulevard.A Gibbs Place woman, 31, was charged with permitting drug abuse, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of cocaine.An Akron man, 46, was charged with drug abuse and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police said they stopped the man’s vehicle on North Arlington Street after he was observed making a drug transaction.BarbertonArrestsAn Akron man, 40, of Florida Avenue, and a Doylestown man, 40, of Calaboone Driver, were charged with breaking and entering and possessing criminal tools following a burglary at Petit’s Car Wash on Wooster Road North on Aug. 12.A 27th Street Northwest man, 18, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 10 after he allegedly hit his live-in girlfriend in the shoulder. The next day he was found hiding in the attic.Burglary A Fourth Street Northwest man told police Aug. 12 that several antiques, total value $25,000, were stolen from his home.Coventry TownshipIdentity fraudA State Street woman reported Aug. 12 that her credit-card information was used without permission to make purchases totaling $2,061.Bath TownshipUnderage DriverPolice stopped a speeding vehicle Aug. 13 on Hametown Road and found a boy, 14, behind the steering wheel. A resident called police after seeing the Buick Park Avenue driving back and forth above the speed limit. An officer stopped the car when it rolled through a stop sign. The boy was charged with driving without a license and failing to heed a stop sign. He and a passenger, 13, were released to their parents.VandalismSomeone spray-painted landscaping and signs Aug. 17 at Revere High School.TheftA woman reported Aug. 19 that her diamond engagement ring was taken from her workplace in the 300 block of Springside Drive.Cuyahoga FallsArrestsA 21st Street man, 41, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 20 after he allegedly assaulted his girlfriend.An Akron man, 28, was charged with violating a protection order Aug. 21 after he allegedly contacted a Fourth Court woman.Breaking and enteringSomeone broke into Thayer Power and Communication, 3432 State Road, and took more than $1,300 in tools Aug. 19.BurglarySomeone broke into a home in the 1800 block of Sackett Avenue on Aug. 19 and stole $10,000 in jewelry.Identity theftAn Ardella Road man reported Aug. 22 that someone used his personal information to withdraw $6,000 from his bank account. Sexual assaultAn Akron woman, 23, told police Aug. 18 she was sexually assaulted.TheftsA Kyser Parkway man told police Aug. 21 that someone stole his wallet in a checkout line at Acme Fresh Market, 2226 State Road. Credit cards were used for unauthorized purchases.Catalytic converters, total value $4,000, were stolen Aug. 20 from five Dodge Ram trucks at Falls Chrysler Jeep Dodge, 4100 State Road.A Sixth Street man reported Aug. 17 someone has been entering his home and taking miscellaneous items and food. He suspects his neighbors.GreenLasers at airlinersThe FBI and Summit County sheriff’s deputies were investigating reports that someone shined a green laser at three airliners arriving Aug. 4 at Akron-Canton Airport. An Air Tran Airways pilot said the laser was pointed at his cockpit for about five minutes southwest of the airport before 11 p.m. A Southwest pilot filed a similar report to the Air Tran pilot, while a PSA Airlines pilot said he was about three miles southwest of the airport when a similar incident occurred after 10 p.m.ArrestsAn Ashton Drive man was charged with domestic violence Aug. 15 after he allegedly grabbed his wife by her arms and threw her around the house.While investigating a domestic dispute Aug. 15 at a Mayfair Road home, police discovered three theft warrants, including two felonies, for an Akron resident, 46, of Sheffield Drive.An Akron man, 55, of Bender Avenue, was arrested Aug. 15 on a felony domestic violence warrant at an East Turkeyfoot Lake Road location.BurglaryAn iPad and printer, total value $750, were reported stolen Aug. 14 from a Cheshire Road home.TheftAbout 600 pounds of copper and other items, total value $2,000, were reported stolen from scrap bins on East Turkeyfoot Lake Road.HudsonAnimal crueltyHudson police responded to a report about a dog in a car Aug. 17 in the parking lot of JoAnn Fabrics, 5381 Darrow Road. A witness reported that a small dog was inside a Honda Civic with the windows closed. The dog was panting and coughing. An officer checked the car’s registration, and located the owner, 71, in the store. The officer said the woman was “shocked” that she forgot to leave the window cracked for the dog, and immediately left the store to tend to her pet.ArrestA Granby Drive man was charged with possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia Aug. 6.Breaking and enteringSomeone stole copper pipes from a vacant home in the 2300 block of West Hale Drive before Aug. 13.MogadoreTheftsSomeone stole power tools, including hedge clippers, weed trimmers, chain saws and a leaf blower, total value $1,969, from a city garage Aug. 17-19 at Greenwood Cemetery.A $400 Schecter Diamond Series bass guitar was stolen from the bedroom closet of a city man. Police discovered that the owner’s daughter had pawned the guitar.A resident told police that someone stole the owner’s manuals from two cars parked in his driveway.New FranklinArrestsA Melton Avenue resident was charged with identity fraud and felony theft Aug. 12 after allegedly using someone else’s information to sign up for two Capital One credit cards and run up charges totaling $284.A West Caston Road man was charged with disrupting public services Aug. 10 after he allegedly called 911 repeatedly to complain about his son being arrested.A Vanderhoof Road man, 31, was charged with felony domestic violence Aug. 10, a day after he allegedly grabbed his girlfriend by the hair and threw her into a wooden gate.NortonBurglariesA coin collection valued at $60,000 was stolen from a Krancz Drive home Aug. 18-22.A .22 caliber rifle and 100 pairs of shoes were among items stolen from a home Aug. 18-22 in the 3300 block of Clarkmill Road.Someone broke into a home in the 3600 block of Ruth Drive on Aug. 22. Nothing appeared to be missing.Credit cards were among items stolen Aug. 22 from a home in the 3200 block of Clubside Drive.TheftA four-wheeler was stolen from the 3700 block of Summit Street Aug. 20.Springfield TownshipArrestsAn Akron boy, 17, and a Lakemore boy, 14, were charged with breaking and entering Aug. 11 after they allegedly were found inside a Sanitarium Road rental property.A Kent man, 51, of Spaulding Boulevard, was arrested on a warrant alleging telecommunications harassment after he approached an officer about a civil matter and the officer discovered the charge.BurglaryA Krumroy Road man said Aug. 12 that a Playstation 3 and jewelry, total value $650, were stolen from his home.TheftA Lakemore man told police Aug. 11 that a saw and other items, total value $7,149, were stolen from his pickup at his Church Street home.StowPublic indecencyA leasing agent for Bridge­water Apartments, 4172 Bridgewater Parkway, told police Aug. 19 that a man and woman were caught having sex in the swimming pool.ArrestsA Cuyahoga Falls man, 40, wanted in Georgia, was arrested Aug 17.Animal crueltyA McTaggart Road woman reported Aug. 13 that a man hit her dog with a board. The man told police he was defending himself because the dog was biting him.Breaking and enteringSomeone broke into a vacant home Aug. 20 in the 2000 block of Elmwood Avenue and stole copper pipes.Domestic violenceA Ritchie Road woman, 42, reported Aug. 13 that a household member threatened to hurt her.Identity fraudA Young Road man told police Aug. 19 that someone illegally withdrew $100 from his bank account. TheftA purse containing a wedding band and prescription narcotics was stolen Aug. 4 from a car parked at Walmart, 3520 Hudson Drive.TallmadgeAssaultA Minwood Avenue man told police that his daughter’s boyfriend hit him in the head with a brick Aug. 17. He declined to prosecute.TheftA woman reported Aug. 16 that the treasurer of a local club where she is president confessed to stealing money from the club’s checking account.Cuyahoga CountyNorth RoyaltonVandalismPolice officers were called Aug. 20 to the Royal Park Condos on North Akins Road after vandals threw sand and chairs into a pool and spray-painted signs.DomesticA North Akins Road woman called police Aug. 20 for help in calming her son, 13, who was “having a tantrum because his older brother was getting a bigger bedroom.” The officer told the boy to “grow up” and realize the consequences of domestic violence and parental disciplinary rights.Medina CountyBrunswickTrespassingOfficers were called to Alderwood Oval on Aug. 17 to confront two men camping in the woods. The two told police they “had been living” in the woods for two weeks. They were charged with trespassing.AssaultOfficers were called to Turnbridge Court on Aug. 19 because a couple was quarreling. A man told officers that his girlfriend “ripped the thermostat off the wall and hit him in the chest,” causing minor injuries.ArsonOfficers responded Aug. 20 to a report of a small fire on the porch of a home on Marion Parkway. A small paper bag was set ablaze on the porch, causing minor damage to a storm door. Neighbors said they saw a group of young males run from the area.TheftThe owner of a Pearl Road restaurant called police to report that someone called claiming to be with Ohio Edison and said the power would be shut off unless a payment of $1,150 was made immediately. The caller was able to steal $1,000 via money orders before the owner became suspicious.MedinaNeighbor disputeOfficers were called to Branch Road on Aug. 16 after a woman complained that a neighbor was taking videos and pictures through a balcony patio door. The man told officers he “doing this to document noise complaints as well as suspected drug activity” in the apartment. Since the man was taking the photos from a common area, he was not violating any law. The woman was advised to close her curtains.Medina TownshipTheftA homeowner on Retreat Drive reported Aug. 21 that cash, checkbooks, an iPad, an iPhone and a laptop computer were stolen from a locked car.Montville policeVandalismA Ridgewood Road resident called police Aug. 21 to report that a rear patio door appeared to have been shattered by a BB.WadsworthArrestsA Second Street man, 34, was arrested Aug. 19 on a probation violation.A Baird Avenue man was charged Aug. 19 with domestic violence. An East Walnut Street man, 54, was charged with possession of marijuana, cultivating marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia Aug. 22.A warrant was issued Aug. 22 for a man who allegedly used false information to obtain license plates.TheftPolice are investigating a report of theft from an elderly woman reported by Adult Protective Services Aug. 21.Stark CountyJackson TownshipArrestsA Canton woman, 23, of Mount Vernon Boulevard, was charged with felony assault, escape and two counts of resisting arrest Aug. 8 at the Diamond Royale nightclub on Munson Street Northwest. Police said she spit in an officer’s eye and kicked him twice in the leg. Her Canton boyfriend, 39, of Fourth Street Northwest, was charged with resisting arrest, obstructing official business and disorderly conduct.A North Canton man, 44, of Hillcrest Avenue Southwest was charged with grand theft Aug. 10 after he allegedly admitted taking $25,601 in jewelry from a Malory Circle Northwest home Aug. 2 and selling it to an Alliance gold shop.A Seymour Street Northwest male, 44, was charged with domestic violence Aug. 11 after he allegedly grabbed a woman around the neck, lifted her off the floor and pushed her to the ground.An Ontario Street Northwest man was charged with felony domestic violence Aug. 10 after he allegedly stuck his stepdaughter several times.BurglaryTwo laptop computers, a Play­Station 3 and other items, total value $1,230, were stolen Aug. 13 from a Kipling Avenue Northwest home.A Techwood Street Northwest woman told police Aug. 10 that someone stole an iPad and clothing, total value $600, from her home.FraudA woman told police Aug. 5 that someone used personal information to obtain $14,430 from Remax Crossroads on Promler Avenue Northwest.Identity theftA Jackson Township woman told police Aug. 9 that someone used her lost credit card to make 12 unauthorized charges totaling $1,255.TheftsA representative of Marshall’s Department Store on Strip Avenue Northwest told police Aug. 11 that a woman stole four purses worth $1,080.A Hocking Street Northwest told police Aug. 11 that a laptop computer and accessories, total value $1,000, were stolen from the residence.Lake TownshipBreaking and enteringA Swamp Street Northeast resident told deputies Aug. 14 that someone stole $15,400 in jewelry.Lawrence TownshipArrestsA Canal Fulton man, 30, of Poplar Street, was charged with two counts of aggravated assault and one count of carrying a concealed weapon, both felonies, plus drug charges following during an altercation at the Clay’s Park restaurant Aug. 14. Police said the man pointed a gun at two males.A Butterbridge Road Northwest man, 42, was charged with felony domestic violence Aug. 10 after he allegedly threw his father on the ground.North CantonTheftA woman told police Aug. 4 that two people posing as sweepstakes distributors defrauded her of $11,125.Plain TownshipArrestsA Harmont Avenue Northeast man, 29, was charged with voyeurism and aggravated trespassing Aug. 15.A Sandleford Avenue Northeast man, 28, was charged with felony theft Aug. 14.UniontownArrestA Canton man, 25, of Camden Avenue Southwest, was arrested Aug. 15 on a warrant alleging felony theft and passing bad checks. Wayne CountyWayne sheriffArrestsDeputies charged a man with possessing items to make methamphetamines Aug. 11 in the 3500 block of East Lincoln Way, Wooster Township.A man was found to have a white substance and pills while being booked at the Wayne County Jail on Aug. 20.RobberyA Rittman man, 31, told deputies Aug. 10 that someone he knew assaulted him and took $25 and prescription medicine at a residence in the 12600 block of Shondel Road, Chippewa Township.Breaking and enteringSomeone kicked in a door Aug. 18 at Medina Sod Farms, 14349 Burton City Road, Baughman Township.BurglariesHousehold items valued at $3,000 were reported stolen Aug. 14 from a cabin in the 2800 block of Ewing Road, Canaan Township. Damage was estimated at $900.A revolver, a bracelet and $1,000 were reported stolen Aug. 19 from a home in the 12600 block of Shondel Road, Chippewa Township.A computer tablet and Wii game, total value $451, were reported stolen Aug. 9 from a home in the 14700 block of Oak Drive, Chippewa Township.Discharge of firearmA Canaan Township woman reported Aug. 4 that she found a bullet hole in the side of her home in the 12700 block of Friendsville Road.PursuitWayne County deputies assisted Marshallville police in pursuing a four-wheeler Aug. 18 on Coal Bank and Bieri roads in Chippewa Township. The driver was not apprehended, but a suspect was identified, a report said.TheftsA DVD and Vicodin tablets, total value $101, were reported stolen Aug. 14 from a home in the 12700 block of Goudy Road, Sugar Creek Township.A representative of Frontz Drilling Inc., 2031 Millersburg Road, Wooster Township, reported Aug. 15 that he suspected an employee of taking $5,100 from the business.Prescription medication was reported stolen Aug. 7 from a residence in the 2600 block of Timothy Place.WoosterArrestsAn Akron man, 22, and a Wooster man, 25, were arrested on drug charges Aug. 18 after a drug raid at a hotel in the 700 block of Milltown Road.A Wooster woman, 34, was arrested Aug. 14 on a charge of possession of drugs after she was found with prescription medications at a residence in the 600 block of North Bever Street.BurglarySix compact discs, $400 and other items, total value $690, were reported stolen Aug. 18 from a home in the 1700 block of Highland Park Road.Discharge of a firearmA car fender was damaged by a bullet at Club Envy, 969 Timken Road.ForgeryA Wooster man reported Aug. 20 that someone signed his name to a check for $360 without his permission.Drug possessionOfficials at Wooster Community Hospital, 1761 Beall Ave., reported Aug. 16 that two men were found with suspected heroin.TheftPrescription medication was reported stolen Aug. 20 from a home in the 2300 block of Cardinal Court.Tools were reported stolen Aug. 12 from a pickup truck in the 2300 block of Cardinal Court.Percocet and Oxycodone were reported stolen Aug. 12 from a home in the 400 block of West Larwill Street.
August 25 2013 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/police-blotter-aug-25-1.423411?localLinksEnabled=false

Police blotter — July 21
Summit CountyAkronArrestsAn East Tallmadge Avenue man, 43, was charged with domestic violence and felonious assault after he came home and found another man talking to the mother of his child. The man went into the house, got a knife and stabbed the other man several times, police said.A West Lowell Avenue man, 28, was charged with domestic violence after he allegedly punched and struck the mother of his child in the face several times after finding suspicious phone numbers on her cellphone. Police said he had a previous conviction for domestic violence.A Nathan Street man, 27, was charged with domestic violence after he allegedly threw three dishes and a phone at his mother, striking her in the back. Police said he had a prior conviction for domestic violence.A Tampa Avenue man, 37, was charged with domestic violence after he allegedly grabbed his stepdaughter and threw her on the ground.A Moore Street man, 26, was charged with felony domestic violence after he allegedly assaulted his child’s mother.A Dudley Street man, 26, was charged with carrying a concealed weapon, trafficking, tampering with drugs, drug abuse and driving under suspension following a traffic stop at East Archwood Avenue and Coventry Street. Police reported finding marijuana in the man’s pocket and a gun in the car. The man’s driver’s license was suspended.A Copley man, 24, of Denise Drive, was charged with carrying a concealed weapon and mishandling a firearm in a motor vehicle. Police said the man was a passenger in a car stopped for a traffic violation in the 400 block of Beechwood Drive. He had a loaded gun in his pocket.A Seward Avenue man, 35, and a West Thornton Street man, 35, were charged with carrying a concealed weapon and improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle. The West Thornton Street man also was charged with possessing a weapon illegally. A loaded gun was found in the glove box.A Mull Avenue man, 40, was charged with two counts of aggravated robbery and drug abuse of marijuana after he allegedly tried to carjack two drivers at North Main and Olive streets.A Callis Drive man, 29, was charged with felonious assault and obstructing official business after he allegedly entered an apartment on Callis Drive and hit the resident in the mouth with the barrel of a small handgun.A Good Park Boulevard man, 24, was charged with burglary, assault and criminal damaging after he allegedly entered a woman’s apartment through an unlocked door and assaulted her.A Moon Street woman, 33, was charged with drug trafficking and possessing drugs after police reported seeing her make a drug deal in a parking lot on Britain Road.A South Arlington Street man, 23, was charged with breaking and entering and possession of criminal tools after he allegedly entered a business through a hole in the wall.A 13th Street Southwest man, 36, and a Shady Way man, 31, were charged with breaking and entering and possessing criminal tools after they allegedly broke into Karder Machine on Kenmore Boulevard.A Darrow Road woman, 21, was charged with forgery and uttering after she allegedly tried to cash a fraudulent check at a business in the 1500 block of Home Avenue.An Akron man, 53, was charged with violating a protection order after police reported finding him at his ex-wife’s house.A Seventh Avenue man, 36, was charged with receiving stolen property after police pulled him over in a car stolen from East Cleveland.BarbertonArrestsNew Street siblings were jailed July 8 following an argument in which the brother, 22, was accused of threatening his sister, 30. He was jailed on a charge of domestic violence; she was jailed on an outstanding warrant and a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.A Maple Street man, 26, was jailed on a charge of burglary July 8 in connection with an incident on 35th Street Southwest, where a garage was entered.TheftA Meadow Court man told police July 8 that a satellite TV company declined to provide him service until his outstanding debt totaling $4,000 was paid off. The man, who hadn’t had the service, said a company worker told him there were two services provided in his name, one in Doylestown and one in the Massillon area. The service provider is investigating.Bath TownshipArrestsA 32-year-old woman was charged July 16 with theft and possession of criminal tools. She is accused of stealing perfume from Ulta Beauty, 3879 Medina Road, by placing them in an altered bag and leaving the store.Domestic violencePolice responded to Speedway, 9 Cleveland-Massillon Road, where witnesses said a man in a vehicle hit his wife, knocking her to the ground, as she stood in front of the car asking for her purse. The woman’s elbows were bruised. She refused to prosecute.Cuyahoga FallsArrestsA Munroe Falls man, 25, was charged with resisting arrest July 14 after he allegedly fought with officers as they took him into custody on Anderson Road at Briarwood Circle because of public intoxication.A Riverfront Parkway man, 36, was charged with violating a protection order July 12 after he allegedly contacted his girlfriend against a ruling.Sexual assaultA woman, 19, told police July 13 that she was sexually assaulted. She said she did not want to prosecute.TheftA man told police July 17 that someone took his debit card and driver’s license from an unlocked locker at the Natatorium and made nearly $500 worth of unauthorized charges.A Suncrest Drive man told police July 13 he paid more than $1,100 for siding work that was not done.Mail was stolen from a business in the 700 block of Portage Trail July 17.HudsonFound propertyA man told police July 14 he found a cellphone and $10 bill on North Main Street at Morning Song Lane while riding his bicycle. He gave an officer the phone, but not the cash. When the officer asked for the money, the man said he was keeping it. The officer persuaded him to turn in the $10.New FranklinTheftA mower, grill and other items, total value $2,875, were stolen July 4 from a North Oval Drive residence.NortonExtortionA boy, 15, playing an Internet game July 16-18 was contacted by another player who asked for a picture of the teen. After the boy sent a picture, the player told him to send money or he would post the image on other websites. The teen sent $90 in iTunes gift certificates.FraudA Weyrick Road woman reported July 18 that a man called, identified himself as a debt collector and told her she owed $138,000.Springfield TownshipDomestic violenceA Brunk Road man, 21, was wanted on a domestic violence warrant July 9 after he allegedly choked a female and threw her on top of a vehicle.Breaking and enteringAn Atlanta woman told police June 28 that a table, chair and other items, total value $779, were stolen from a unit at Storage Zone on Canton Road.BurglaryA burglar entered a South Arlington Road home through a window July 7 and stole a platinum and gold ring and other items, total value $2,659.A revolver and gold watch, total value $1,500, were stolen July 8 from a home on Harlan Avenue, Lakemore.Two TV sets, total value $795, were stolen July 3 from an East Waterloo Road home.TheftsAn Ironwood Road woman told police she paid four men $2,300 to pressure-wash her home. They worked three hours and said they would finish the next day. They never returned.A $3,000 gold chain belonging to a Lakemore man was stolen from his Lakeside Drive home, a neighbor told police July 7.A mower and two bread racks, total value $1,579, were reported stolen July 8 from behind Walmart on South Arlington Road.Someone broke a lock off a trailer July 8 and stole a $1,200 generator from L.A. Motorcars on South Arlington Road.StowSexual assaultA Cuyahoga Falls man, 28, told police July 14 that he was groped and kissed without his consent at a Lakepoint Corporate Drive restaurant.Domestic violenceA Fishcreek Road woman, 21, told police July 10 that her boyfriend assaulted her.AssaultA Darrow Road man, 24, reportedly was punched July 13 by a fellow resident at a group home.BurglarySomeone stole jewelry July 11 from a home in the 3900 block of Lake Run Boulevard.A thief stole two televisions July 12 from a home in the 4900 block of Ridgewood Court.Misuse of a credit cardA Ridgewood Court woman told police that someone stole her credit card and made unauthorized transactions.TallmadgeArrestsTwo Akron woman, ages 40 and 45, were charged July 12 with possession of chemicals used in the manufacture of methamphetamine during a traffic stop on Interstate 76. The older woman also was charged with possessing marijuana.An Atwater woman, 46, was charged July 13 with two counts of aggravated possession of drugs and one count each of theft and possession of drug abuse instruments. Police reported finding heroin and syringes after the woman was charged with shoplifting at Kmart, 555 South Ave.BurglarySomeone broke into a home July 14-17 in the 300 block of North Thomas Road and stole jewelry.Cuyahoga CountyNorth Royalton Underage drinkingTwo parents were cited for obstructing official business after their son, 19, and several other underage men were drinking alcohol at a Douglas Court home. Officers responding to a noise complaint had to wait 40 minutes for the homeowners to answer the door. The men were cited for underage consumption and their parents were contacted to pick them up.Suspicious entryA maintenance for Deer Creek Apartments alerted police after seeing two men climb a balcony, enter a unit through sliding glass doors and carry a mattress out the front door. Officers responding to the scene found the men were making room for new furniture that was to be delivered the next day.TheftPolice found drugs and several catalytic converters in a vehicle that was pulled over for weaving July 14 on West 130th Street. The passenger was charged with possessing criminal tools, receiving stolen property, possessing drug paraphernalia and drug abuse. The driver was charged with possessing criminal tools, receiving stolen property, driving under suspension, having tinted windows and driving left of center. ExplosivesA business in the York Road Industrial Park reported that someone put explosives in a refrigerator behind the business and blew it up.TheftA worker at St. Albert the Great on Wallings Road reported that an older man stole her wallet from a janitor’s closet. The woman retrieved the wallet, but the man fled before police arrived. The victim did not press charges.Medina CountyBrunswickArrestOfficers were called to the 3900 block of Myrtle Lane on July 15 after the former boyfriend of the caller’s granddaughter tried to enter the home. The former boyfriend, 19, was charged with trespassing.Disorderly conductA Brunswick man was arrested July 1 after he refused to quit swearing in the police station lobby. The man had come to station to complain about damage to his vehicle during a drug search by a police dog.Fireworks arrestA Twinsburg man was arrested July 3 after officers saw him setting off a firework. The man had previously been warned to stop setting off fireworks.MedinaThefts A Forrest Meadows resident reported July 14 that someone stole money from an account without permission. North Court Street residents told police July 15 that they had been bilked out of $600 in concert tickets.A Branch Road woman called police July 15 to report that her former boyfriend had taken her WIC card and refused to return it.VandalismSomeone vandalized a portable toilet July 16 in the 800 block of Gates Mills Boulevard.Someone cracked a patio July 16 in the 500 block of Falling Oaks Boulevard.WadsworthBurglarySeveral items were stolen July 18 from a garage attached to a home in the 300 block of Edenmore Street.Identity theftA Main Street woman reported July 16 that someone opened a credit account in her name in October. TheftA man whose vehicle was repossessed July 17 from the 1300 block of High Street allegedly stole the vehicle back the next day. Police contacted the man and assisted with another repossession. The company declined to prosecute the man.Stark CountyJackson TownshipArrestsA Windward Trace Circle Northwest man, 44, was charged with domestic violence and resisting arrest July 8 after he allegedly assaulted his sister during a quarrel and had to be removed from a bedroom after locking himself inside.A Cleveland man, 52, was arrested July 5 on a theft warrant.TheftsA 6-ton jack, oil drum and jack stands, total value $1,000, were reported stolen July 8 from a Wales Avenue Northwest home.A purse, cash and other items, total value $590, were stolen from a vehicle July 1 at Powerhouse Gym on Promler Avenue Northwest.Lake TownshipArrestA Middlebranch Avenue Northwest man, 19, was charged with felonious assault, domestic violence and criminal damaging July 8 when arrested at home on a warrant.North CantonArrestsA Lake Township man, 25, of Smith Kramer Road, was charged with felony vandalism, obstructing official business and disorderly conduct July 9 after he allegedly threw a large rock at a traffic control box on North Main Street and then threw the rock through the window of a Subway restaurant.A Postiy Street Northwest man, 31, turned himself in to police July 8 on a warrant charging domestic violence.Plain TownshipArrestA Zircon Street Northeast man, 18, was charged with threatening to hit a woman with a hammer July 9.UniontownArrestA Bay Vista Circle Northwest man, 23, admitted taking a credit card July 9 from an unlocked car on Williamsburg Avenue, fueling his vehicle at a gas station and driving to a second location and purchasing items, police said. Total loss was $89.20.Wayne CountyWayne sheriffArrestsTwo Massillon men, 40 and 32, were charged with failure to comply July 12 after they allegedly drove through a traffic stop at Warwick and Porr roads in Chippewa Township. The men drove through high water, fled their 2000 Chevrolet van and ran into woods at Porr and Pleasant Home roads, where they were apprehended.A Chippewa Township man, 36, was charged with felony domestic violence July 14 after his girlfriend, 37, reported that he struck her in the arm.BurglariesA 9 mm handgun worth $350 was reported stolen July 11 from a home in the 900 block of Cockrell Road, Canaan Township.A Chippewa Township resident reported July 13 that $209 was taken from a home in the 15300 block of Rittman Road.Tools valued at $750 were reported stolen July 12 from a garage in the 7000 block of Back Orrville Road, Green Township.A Wooster Township resident reported July 12 that someone cut a hole in a swimming pool in the 2800 block of Secrest Road, causing $300 in damage.TheftsA motorcycle worth $1,200 was taken July 11 from the driveway of a home in the 12600 block of Doylestown Road, Chippewa Township.Cash, jewelry and two scuba suits, total value $102, were reported stolen July 15 from MCC Connections, 4080 Kidron Road, Sugar Creek Township.WoosterArrestA Wooster woman, 30, was charged with cocaine possession July 10 after she was allegedly tried to shoplift three lip balms and a video game worth $24 at Dollar General Store, 1811 Beall Ave.BurglariesA TV was reported stolen July 12 from a home in the 1000 block of East Bowman Street.A TV and a jar of coins, total value $800, were reported stolen July 15 from a home in the 800 block of Stibbs Street.Three Vicodin tablets valued at $25 were reported stolen July 16 from a home in the 500 block of East South Street.A computer worth $100 was reported stolen July 16 from a home in the 100 block of Leroy Court.
July 21 2013 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/crime-watch/police-blotter-july-21-1.414670?localLinksEnabled=false

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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: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/area-deaths-compiled-april-14-1.480759?localLinksEnabled=false

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Canal coalition kicking off 2014 Healthy Steps walking program
The Ohio & Erie Canalway Coalition will kick off its 2014 Healthy Steps this week with three events.The kickoff event, with the goal to get more people walking, will be at 11:30 a.m. Thursday on the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail, 155 Fifth St. NE in Barberton. Sponsors are Summa’s Barberton and Wadsworth-Rittman hospitals.In addition, the 10th annual event will get underway on the Towpath Trail from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday at Lock 3 Park, 200 S. Main St. in downtown Akron.In Tuscarawas County, Healthy Steps will kick off from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Fort Laurens Museum in Bolivar.Those who register in advance will get a free lunch or snacks along with materials to help them get started in health and wellness goals. The first 350 people to register get free pedometers. Participants will get a health and wellness e-newsletter.To register, go to www.ohioeriecanal.org.Participants are eligible for prize drawings, depending on the number of steps they walk daily.Healthy Step walkers will meet at noon Tuesdays at the Richard Howe House, 47 W. Exchange St., for walks around downtown Akron. They also will meet at noon Thursdays in Barberton starting next week.Last year, the program had 361 individuals or teams that completed the six-week program that runs through May 10, organizer Lynn Williams said.Sponsors include Akron General Health System, Summa, the city of Akron, Summit County, Rubber City McDonald’s restaurants, Giant Eagle, Main Street Gourmet, Zimmer, Allied Machine, ComDoc, Akron RubberDucks, Meaden & Moore, the city of Barberton, Downtown Akron Partnership, Austin BioInnovation and the Tuscarawas County Parks Department.For more information, contact Williams at 330-374-5657 or lwilliams@ohioeriecanal.org.Bob Downing can be reached at 330-996-3745 or bdowning@thebeaconjournal.com.
Happening April 02 2014 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/canal-coalition-kicking-off-2014-healthy-steps-walking-program-1.477882?localLinksEnabled=false

Akron-Canton area charters reluctant to release public information
Here’s how area charter schools answered questions when contacted for information about school managers, school boards and board meeting times.Operated by public schoolsAkron Digital Academy — 335 S Main St., Akron. Called Jan. 23 and spoke with Superintendent David Bowlin, who offered to send requested information via email. Reporter sent two emails. No responses received.Schnee Learning Center — 2222 Issaquah St., Cuyahoga Falls. Called Feb. 18 and left voice mail. No response.Massillon Digital Academy Inc. — 930 17th St. NE, Massillon. Called Jan. 16 and left message for Janie Egan, the superintendent’s secretary. No response.Falcon Academy of Creative Arts — 2900 State Route 43, Mogadore. Called Jan. 21 and spoke with Kelly Tate, program coordinator assistant. Tate forwarded call to Principal Margo Snyder; left voice mail. No response.Greater Summit County Early Learning Center — 2141 Pickle Road, Springfield Township. Called Jan. 21 and spoke with Dr. Sarah Jackson and Teresa Graves. They provided all information and offered to be a source for stories.Operated by corporationsCharter School SpecialistsAkros Middle School — 265 Park St., Akron. Called Jan. 30 and received some information, but was then asked to leave name and number for the superintendent. No call received. Called Feb. 6 and spoke with Superintendent Christina Burchfield, who said to call Charter School Specialists. Called Charter School Specialists Feb. 11 and left a number. A representative from Charter School Specialists returned the call that day and left message saying he would call the next day. No call received.GEMS Global NetworkBelieve to Achieve-Canton — 101 Cleveland Ave. NW, Canton. Called Feb. 4. The man who answered said “no,” to all questions except one. When asked for names and contact information for board members, he said: “I don’t trust you with that information.”ICAN SchoolsAkron Preparatory School — 1200 E Market St., Suite 3360, Akron. Called Jan. 30 and was told to contact the main office in Cleveland. Called ICAN Schools, and recording said to leave a message. Voice message was left. No return call received.Canton College Preparatory School — 2215 Third St. SE, Canton. Called Feb. 6 and was transferred to Susan (no last name given), an intervention specialist, who had some answers. She transferred call to voice mail; message was left. No return call received. Email sent Feb. 11 to Heather Stevens, executive director of school accountability at ICAN Schools. No response.Imagine SchoolsImagine Akron Academy — 1585 Frederick Blvd., Akron. Called Jan. 21 and spoke with Jeanette Twitty, office manager, who asked, “What do you do with this information?” Reporter was put on hold. When Twitty returned, she said Superintendent Wendy Hubbard, “would not like to give out any information because that’s something she hasn’t heard of.” Reporter offered to fax the request. Twitty responded, “OK, you can fax it over. If she’s interested, she’ll give you a call back or fax it back. If she’s not interested, you won’t hear from her.” No response. Second call Feb. 3, Twitty told the reporter: “Like I said before, we are not interested in participating. Please don’t call back again.” Reporter visited school website and sent email via the “Contact Us” service. On March 25, Imagine Schools in Arlington, Va., responded with all the information.Imagine Leadership Academy, also known as Imagine Romig Road Community School, 2405 Romig Road, Akron. Reporter called Feb. 3 and left voice mail. Edward Hayes Jr., a lawyer for Imagine Schools, sent an email Feb. 6 saying he has learned from several schools that The NewsOutlet was “seeking public information. We are in the process of gathering the information that you have requested so that we may forward it to you.” On March 25, Imagine Schools in Arlington, Va., responded with all the information..Imagine on Superior — 1500 Superior Ave. NE, Canton. Same as Imagine Leadership Academy.Summit AcademiesSummit Academy Akron Elementary School — 2503 Leland Ave., Akron. Email requesting information for all Summit Academy schools sent Jan. 9 to the management company. Received all requested information via email Jan. 14 from David A. Norman, chief communications officer at the management company.”Summit Academy Akron Middle School — 2791 Mogadore Road, Akron. Same as above.Summit Academy Community School for Alternative Learners-Canton — 1620 Market Ave. S, Canton. Same as above.Summit Academy Secondary - Akron — 464 S. Hawkins Ave., Akron. Same as above.Summit Academy Secondary - Canton — 2400 Cleveland Ave. NW, Canton. Same as above.White Hat ManagementGarfield Academy — 1379 Garfield Ave. SW, Canton. Called Feb. 3 and was referred to the management company. Email requesting information sent Feb. 3 to Shannon Allen at White Hat Management. No response received.Life Skills Center of Canton — 1100 Cleveland Ave. NW, Canton. Email requesting information sent Feb. 3 to Shannon Allen at White Hat Management. No response.Life Skills Center of North Akron — 1458 Brittain Road, Akron. Called Jan. 16, spoke with administrator Steve Garton, who referred reporter to a phone number at management company. Reporter called White Hat Management and was referred to Shannon Allen and transferred to her voice mail; and left a voice mail. No response received. Email requesting information sent Feb. 3 to Allen. No response.Life Skills Center Of Summit County — 2168 Romig Road, Akron. Called Jan. 14 and spoke with Monica Speights, coordinator for school improvement. She asked for reporter’s name and number and said she would call back. No call received. Email requesting information sent Feb. 3 to Shannon Allen at White Hat Management. No response.Brown Street Academy — 1035 Clay St., Akron. Email requesting information sent Feb. 3 to Shannon Allen at White Hat Management. No response.University Academy — 107 S. Arlington St., Akron. Same as Brown Street Academy.Independent schools, or management company is unknown.Beacon Hill Academy — P.O. Box 285, Mount Eaton. Called Feb. 4 and spoke with a secretary who took a message for the principal. Call not returned.Main Street Preparatory Academy — 388 S. Main St., Akron. Send an email Feb. 3 requesting information. No information received.Project Rebuild Community School — 1731 Grace Ave. NE, Canton. Called Jan. 10 and spoke to Joseph Cole, superintendent/principal, who answered everything except for board member information. Cole said he would fax the information on board members. Information was not received.The Next Frontier Academy — 4663 Anderson Road, South Euclid. Called Feb. 14 and spoke with Principal Tarik West, who provided everything except board member information. West said board member information would be available at the website of the school sponsor, Tri-County ESC. No board information is listed on the site.Towpath Trail High School — 275 W. Market St. Akron. Called Feb. 14 and received all information from Andrew Talcott, director of media.Because of the overwhelming challenge, not all schools were called. These are the area schools not contacted: Colonial Prep Academy, 2199 Fifth St. SW, Akron; The Edge Academy, 92 N. Union St., Akron; Liberty Preparatory School, 741 Winkler Drive, Wooster; Middlebury Academy, 88 Kent St., Akron; Rittman Academy, 100 Saurer St., Rittman; STEAM Academy of Akron, 1350 Virginia Ave., Akron.Information provided by the NewsOutlet.
Happening March 30 2014 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/akron-canton-area-charters-reluctant-to-release-public-information-1.477054?localLinksEnabled=false

Area deaths — March 4
STARKBuys, Anna C., 100, of Canton. Died Saturday. Shriver.MEDINASchoolcraft, Lucille E., 91, of Chippewa Lake. Died Monday. Waite & Son, Medina.Tipton, Nadine E., 86, of Lodi. Died Sunday. Parker & Son.WAYNEAmstutz, Sue, 62, of Fredericksburg. Died Monday. Murray.Hunyady, Andrew L., 100, of Rittman. Died Sunday. Auble-Gillman.
Happening March 04 2014 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/area-deaths-march-4-1.470990?localLinksEnabled=false

Area deaths — March 2
MEDINACogar, Aaron F., 78, of Lodi. Died Sunday. Parker & Son.Cullin, Juanita M., 79, of Litchfield Township. Died Friday. Parker & Son, Lodi.Hantzsche, Donald E., 80, of Wadsworth. Died Friday. Hilliard-Rospert.McDonnell, Georgia D., 48, of Lodi. Died Friday. Parker & Son.WAYNECaskey, Juanita, 66, of Wooster. Died Friday. McIntire, Bradham & Sleek.Chapman, Joyce C., 85, of Wooster. Died Sunday. McIntire, Bradham & Sleek.Graybeal, Laura A., 46, of Rittman. Died Friday. Auble-Gillman Funeral Home.Young, Patricia L., 72, of Columbus, formerly of Wooster. Died Friday. McIntire, Bradham & Sleek, Wooster.
Happening March 02 2014 - Source: http://www.ohio.com/news/local/area-deaths-march-2-1.470415?localLinksEnabled=false

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