A Jason Avenue man, 48, was charged with breaking and entering. Police said the man was found by an officer walking out of a Nordica Avenue residence and was arrested without incident. He is accused of crawling through the window to enter a house.
A Big Falls Avenue woman, 19, was charged with aggravated burglary and assault. Police said the woman and another woman attacked two people at a Springdale Avenue residence.
A Rosalind Court man, 19, was charged with willful fleeing from police. Police said officers saw the man driving in a reckless manner and attempted to stop him with the use of lights and siren. He refused to stop and led officers on a high-speed chase running several stop signs and red lights. The man pulled over at Johnston Street and Bank Street and was arrested.
A Redbush Road man, 28, was charged with burglary and violation of a protection order. Police said officers were called to a South Hawkins Avenue residence for a burglary call. Officers found the front door kicked open and fresh blood on the door. A woman was in the backyard. She said she has a protection order against her husband. The husband was found at a Nome Avenue residence washing blood off a fresh laceration to his right hand.
A Parkway Boulevard, Alliance man, 61, was charged with forgery. Police said the man was stopped by officers for a traffic stop and was found to have a warrant charging him with a felony. Police also report finding a counterfeit $10 bill on him.
A Marcy Street man, 26, was charged with carrying a concealed weapon, improper handling and discharging of a firearm. Police said officers were called to the area of Kenmore Boulevard and Wilbeth Road for shots fired. Officers saw a motorcycle that matched the description given by a person and initiated a traffic stop.
A 74-year-old man was charged with vandalism and trespassing. Police said the man was seen on a videotape cutting the copper pipe lines to the air conditioner unit at an East Market Street property. The damage to the property was more than $1,000.
A Garman Road man, 24 was charged with breaking and entering and obstructing official business. Police said the man was arrested after running from a vacant house on North Hawkins Avenue.
A West Long Street man, 35, was charged with possessing weapons illegally, tampering with evidence, domestic violence and domestic violence menacing. Police said he gave another man a bloody nose and put a gun to the head of the man’s mother, in front of three children.
A 31-year-old woman was charged with aggravated burglary, violation of a civil protection order, domestic violence and domestic violence menacing.
A Kling Street man, 47, was charged with domestic violence, domestic violence menacing and disrupting public service. Police said the man assaulted a woman and took her cell phone as she attempted to call for help.
An argument over being evicted from their apartment led to an Austin Court man, 55, being jailed June 5 for assault. The man is accused of punching a woman and threatening to kill her, police said.
A Green Street man, 40, was booked on a charge of domestic violence June 3. He was arrested at his home.
A First Street Northwest boy, 12, was taken to the Summit County Juvenile Detention Center on May 31 and charged with domestic violence after his grandfather said the boy punched him in the jaw.
A boy, 16, of East Ford Avenue, was jailed at the Juvenile Detention Center on May 31 on a domestic violence charge. He was accused of hitting his mother with bamboo sticks and telling her that he was going to kill her.
A 16th Street Northwest man said two men broke into his home June 3, demanded guns and money and stole several items. The men left after the resident grabbed a gun and fired at them. Police said the shots missed.
A 16th Street Northwest woman said her power went out during the night and learned the next morning that someone had removed her electric meter.
A man said cash and other items, valued at $623, were taken from his car as he ran errands June 2.
A West Ford Avenue resident said four rings, valued at $1,500, were stolen from a jewelry box at the home May 31.
Two men were charged June 13 with soliciting without a vendor’s license. The men were selling magazines door-to-door.
An Akron man, 70, told police June 5 that someone stole a Japanese Maple tree from his front garden. The value of the tree was $145.
A Hametown woman, 54, reported a bogus credit-card purchase to the police on June 8. According to her report, someone charged $400 to the card at Best Buy.
A Saint Clair Drive woman, 28, told police someone shot her car with paint balls on June 11. She said she was driving along Cleveland-Massillon Road when a truck pulled up and shot her passenger side window and windshield.
On June 9, a Glenhaven woman, 41, called police and said her boyfriend, 38, cut and bruised her eye during an argument.
Four teenagers were arrested June 10 on trespassing charges. They are accused of swimming and fishing on the Barberton Reservoir.
A Lakeway Street man, 28, was jailed June 4 on an Akron police warrant charging him with felony domestic violence.
A Maryland Avenue man reported June 1 that two handguns, valued at $1,200, were stolen from his home.
A 26-year-old Gaylyn Drive man was charged June 9 with domestic violence. He is accused of throwing his 24-year-old girlfriend into a wall.
A 34-year-old 12th Street man was charged June 10 with discharging a firearm in the city and possession of a firearm. He is accused of shooting a handgun in his backyard.
A 22-year-old Akron man reported June 9 that a 35-year-old Magnolia Avenue man punched him in the mouth and head.
A home in the 2900 block of Ninth Street was broken into June 13. Jewelry valued at $2,000 was reported taken.
A hunting bow, valued at $700, was reported taken from a home in the 1800 block of Windsor Street June 11.
A home in the 2100 block of Grant Avenue was illegally reconnected to electric service June 12 after being shut off for nonpayment, reports said.
An Akron man, 21, was arrested on a theft charge June 13. He is accused of attempting to steal a white polo shirt from Dillard’s at Summit Mall. Officers arrested him after a short foot chase.
A Ravenna woman, 43, was arrested for theft and drug-abuse charges June 11. She is accused of trying to steal two boxes of Crest white strips from Walmart.
An Akron woman, 29, was accused of stealing two packs of socks from Dillard’s on June 11.
An Akron man, 44, was arrested on theft and forgery charges June 10. He is accused of attempting to steal two air conditioners, valued at $308, from Walmart, and writing checks using his deceased grandfather’s name.
An Akron man, 54, was arrested for telecommunications harassment June 9. He is accused of making numerous calls to Target making violent threats toward an employee. He had been banned from Target.
A Richfield man, 21, told police someone stole his MacBook Pro while he was visiting Croghan Park June 13. He said the value of the MacBook was $1,000.
On June 1, an Akron woman, 72, told police her sister was missing some jewelry, valued at $12,295.
A Chamberlain man, 31, reported a break-in at his residence June 9. According to his report, the intruders forced their way in and stole a 47-inch Samsung television, DVD player, and Wii game console. The value of items taken was $1,019.
A Plain Township man, 45, of 37th Street Northeast, was booked June 5 on charges of grand theft, identity fraud and misuse of credit cards. He was arrested during a traffic stop on South Arlington Road.
An East Turkeyfoot Lake Road woman, 49, was jailed June 1 on a burglary warrant and drug charge.
A handgun, ammunition and a digital camera, valued at $2,340, were reported stolen May 31 from a South Arlington Road home.
A computer and accessories, valued at $2,000, were reported stolen June 3 from a truck at the Regal Cinema parking lot. A window in the vehicle was broken.
A Streetsboro man, 48, of Portage Drive, was charged June 7 with his eighth drunken-driving charge. Reports said police spotted the man driving erratically on state Route 303. The man’s car swerved into the oncoming lane and officers pulled him over on Stow Road.
A 14-year-old girl was booked at the Summit County Juvenile Detention Center on June 1 after a Center Road woman said the teen grabbed her arm as she was driving to the police department because the child had been unruly.
A West Nimisila Road man said his garage was forced open and tools and other items, valued at $770, were stolen June 3.
A woman reported her purse was taken from a shopping cart as she shopped in a Greenwich Road store June 13.
A pearl necklace, valued at $2,000, was stolen from a home in the 4000 block of Columbia Woods Drive sometime after Nov. 10.
A Munroe Falls Road woman, 42, was ordered to appear in Akron Municipal Court after being arrested June 7. She was accused of hitting and choking her boyfriend.
A Burbank resident, 45, of Friendsville Road, was jailed May 30 at a Waterbury Court location involving an eviction issue. Police said the woman kicked a police officer and had to be carried to a cruiser.
Jewelry and cash, valued at $1,952, were reported stolen June 6 from a Kubler Road
A Farmdale Road man said a $2,900 diamond ring was missing when he was moving to a new home June 4.
Fifty boxes of trash bags and a generator, valued at $5,800, were reported stolen May 31 from the Die Gem Co.
A Helmsdale Drive woman said she discovered May 30 that a $2,550 diamond ring was missing from her home.
A 22-year-old Ravenna woman was charged June 12 with theft, criminal trespassing and possession of drugs. She is accused of stealing $292 worth of merchandise from Kohl’s, 4240 Kent Road. Police reported finding marijuana.
A 40-year-old Pennsylvania man was arrested June 11 on a warrant for receiving stolen property.
A 36-year-old Ravenna man was arrested June 8 on a charge of burglary.
A Lynnwood Drive woman reported June 8 someone used her credit-card information to make $2,400 in unauthorized transactions.
A King Drive resident reported June 12 someone stole jewelry valued at $650 from her home.
A Cuyahoga Falls man, of Winter Parkway, and an Akron man, 52, of Grant Street, were charged June 8 with making methamphetamine. A K-9 officer reported finding chemicals in the Cuyahoga Falls man’s car during a traffic stop. Reports said officers pulled the two over in the 2000 block of Eastwood Avenue and found an unassembled meth lab in the trunk and other chemicals in the passenger compartment.
A Berkley St. man, 24, of North Thomas Road, was charged June 12 with domestic violence, accused of striking the mother of his children in the back of the head with an unopened soda can. The woman told police she recently ended their relationship and the two argued about who the woman was dating.
A 60-year-old Akron woman was charged June 12 with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol and child endangering.
A camera valued at $600 was reported stolen from a vehicle parked in the 200 block of East Bergey Street June 11.
A Blacklick woman, 20, was charged June 8 with assaulting a police officer and menacing in the 1800 block of Choctaw Place.
A Lake Street man, 52, was charged June 7 with theft and arrested on a Portage County Sheriff’s warrant charging him with failing to pay child support. The man was arrested in the Jordan Courts Apartments.
A King Street woman, 25, was charged June 8 with domestic violence at her residence.
A Stein Court woman, 22, was charged June 9 with domestic violence in the 100 block of North Water Street.
An East Spruce Street woman, 40, was charged June 9 with domestic violence, menacing and resisting arrest at his residence. Reports said the woman struck her boyfriend in the neck and back and threatened to attack him if he called police. Officers had to use force against the woman to stop her from damaging a police vehicle, reports said.
A Kindle e-book reader, Wii equipment and a computer, valued at $3,500, were reported stolen May 31 from a Cathedral Street residence.
Police were told May 31 that $760 was taken from a safe at the McDonald’s on South Locust Street.
An Atwater woman, 31, of New Milford Road, was jailed May 31 after being arrested at home and charged with felony theft.
A Perry Township man, 36, of Perry Hills Drive Southwest, was jailed by Jackson police on June 2 after being arrested by Perry police on a Jackson warrant charging him with assault and retaliation.
Jackson Township Rotary Foundation cash and checks totaling $7,200 were reported stolen May 28 after a Mudbrook Street Northwest home was broken into.
A Knight Street Northwest woman said a laptop computer, clothing and books, valued at $1,400, were discovered missing from her residence after she and a man argued.
A Daphne Circle Northwest man said someone used his personal information to open a PayPal account on eBay to make a $900 purchase.
Cash, an iPad and other items, valued at $1,140, were reported stolen from a Massillon woman’s car while parked on Paulding Street Northwest on June 1.
A Glenridge Avenue Northwest man said a $900 laptop computer was stolen from his truck May 29.
An Eloise Circle Northwest man, 19, was jailed on a charge of domestic violence June 5. He is accused of pulling a knife on his grandfather.
A Bentler Avenue Northeast man, 32, was jailed on a felony theft warrant June 7. Police said he is accused of depositing what police said was a fraudulent $2,950 check at a Huntington Bank branch on May 9 and the next day going to another Huntington office and withdrawing $2,000. Police said the man refused to return the money when contacted by bank personnel.
A Casper Drive Northwest man and a Chantilly Circle Northwest man, both 40, were jailed June 1 on a charge of felony receiving stolen property after two stolen credit cards were used to make a purchase at Gander Mountain on Portage Street Northwest, police said.
A Sandalwood Avenue Northeast man, 21, turned himself in at the Stark County Jail on June 6 on a charge of felony receiving stolen property.
A McDowell Street Northeast man, 25, was jailed on a charge of domestic violence June 5, accused of striking a woman in the face with his fist.
A Maxine Avenue Northwest woman, 23, was jailed June 5 after being arrested at her home on a warrant charging her with forgery and receiving stolen property, both felonies.
A Canton man, 19, of Gibbs Avenue Northeast, was charged with burglary, possession of criminal tools and vandalism, all felonies, June 1. He was accused of having copper pipe taken from a Harrisburg Road Northeast home.
An Apple Creek man, 33, was arrested June 8 on a charge of receiving stolen property. He is accused of taking six rifles, four shotguns and two scopes from a residence in the 5100 block of Dover Road, East Union Township.
Two Orrville men, 20 and 18, were arrested June 11 on charges of theft, breaking and entering and criminal trespass after it was reported that they took a bulldozer, two car batteries and 12 car manifolds from a field and a building in the 11300 block of Black Diamond Road, Chippewa Township.
A flat-screen television worth $690 was reported stolen June 10 from a residence in the 2300 block of Chippewa Road, Green Township.
A golf cart valued at $7,000 was reported stolen June 11 from a yard in the 9700 block of Kline Road, Congress Township.
A four-wheeler worth $3,000 was reported taken June 11 from a barn in the 11900 block of North Elyria Road, Congress Township.
Four ladders valued at $1,165 were reported taken June 8 from a truck in the 15900 block of Galehouse Road, Chippewa Township.
On June 6, a Chippewa Township resident reported someone took lights and ornaments valued at $1,150 from her yard in the 18300 block of James Way. Two days later, a neighbor in the 18400 block of James Way reported that five gallons of gasoline and tools worth $100 were missing from a shed.
Breaking and entering
T Mobile reported June 11 that copper wire valued at $1,600 was taken from cell towers in the 200 block of Branstetter Street, 3500 block of Oak Hill Road, Wayne Township, and 1900 block of East Lincoln Way, Wooster Township.
Two sets of state quarters worth $25 were reported taken June 11 from a residence in the 600 block of East Henry Street.
Golf clubs valued at $9,300 were reported stolen June 12 from the patio of a residence in the 4400 block of Melrose Drive.
A loaded .45-caliber handgun worth $400 was reported stolen June 13 from a residence in the 700 block of East Henry Street.