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WEST AKRON: Police investigated housebreaking reviews Oct. 20 within the 600 block of Copley Street, the 700 block of Greenwood Avenue and the 1700 block of Liberty Drive; Oct. 21 within the 800 block of Frederick Boulevard and the 1600 block of Copley Street; Oct. 22 within the 1-100 block of Mayfield Avenue, the 100 block of Citadel Boulevard and the 600 block of Grace Avenue; Oct. 23 within the 1400 block of Seward Avenue; Oct. 24 within the 200 block of Nob Hill Drive and the 300 block of Lyndale Drive; Oct. 25 within the 500 block of Nome Avenue; and Oct. 26 within the 200 block of Lownsdale Avenue, the 400 block of Kathleen Avenue, the 800 block of Fried Avenue and the 1100 block of Sundown View Drive.
On Oct. 17 at 2 a.m., police responded to reviews of photographs fired at an condominium on South Hawkins Avenue. Officers discovered the glass in a rear door had been shattered and a bullet had penetrated the door to an condominium. A resident mentioned he had been sleeping and was unable to supply details about the incident. Officers spoke to a neighbor, who said he was exterior together with his household and after they left he turned to stroll again to his condominium, when he heard gunfire and ran to his condominium. He couldn’t present any data.
On Oct. 18, police had been known as to a South Hawkins Avenue enterprise, the place an worker reported a buyer demanded a service and when he was instructed it didn’t include the bundle he had bought, the client punched him within the face a number of occasions and fled. Police noticed a purple mark on the face of the worker, who was unable to supply details about the person’s id.
Police responded to reviews of photographs fired within the 600 block of Copley Street Oct. 18. Three folks in a automobile and three others in a close-by home reported somebody fired photographs at them, however they didn’t see anybody. One man within the again seat of the automobile was shot within the arm and EMS transported him to a hospital. He refused to speak to detectives and instructed police he didn’t see something and he doesn’t imagine he was the goal. Officers collected shell casings from the entrance of the home and the road.
Officers patrolling Copley Street Oct. 20 stopped a driver for lane violations and charged him with driving beneath suspension. A passenger was taken into custody on Summit County Sheriff’s Workplace felony warrants for theft and a parole violation and charged with possession of fentanyl present in his pocket. The East South Avenue man was moreover charged with possession of drug abuse devices and drug paraphernalia after a tow stock of the automobile revealed a hypodermic syringe containing one-half milligram of fentanyl and different contraband. Deputies had been unable to just accept him on his warrants, and he was launched.
On Oct. 21 at 2 a.m., police responded to an alarm at a gasoline station within the 1600 block of Copley Street. They discovered a window had been damaged and quite a few cartons of cigarettes had been stolen.
Police patrolling an space close to Seward Avenue the afternoon of Oct. 21 heard gunshots and decided they got here from a residence within the 1400 block of Seward Avenue. Upon arrival, they discovered a 15-year-old male who had been shot and was unresponsive mendacity exterior the house. He was transported to a hospital, the place he died of his accidents, in accordance with the police report.
A lady reported she was asleep in an upstairs bed room of a Frederick Boulevard residence the evening of Oct. 21 when she woke to listen to folks speaking on the primary flooring. She said she grabbed her purse, ran downstairs and out the again door, and a person on the again porch grabbed her purse. She fled and a number of other folks yelled for her to come back again and pointed a gun at her. She pounded on the door of a neighbor, who let her inside to name police.
Police had been known as to a combat involving three victims at a enterprise within the 1300 block of Vernon Odom Boulevard the evening of Oct. 22. The three pointed to a automobile and mentioned the suspects had been inside. Officers spoke to the driving force, who was the one one inside, and arrested her for menacing and failure to tell police she was carrying a hid weapon after retrieving a loaded gun from the automobile console. The Nadia Court docket girl was moreover charged with possession of a narcotic pill. She was refused admittance to the Summit County Jail and was launched. As police positioned her in a cruiser, two different ladies, whom the victims had identified, approached police and continued to threaten the victims. The ladies, from Bellows Avenue and Tonawanda Avenue, had been arrested for menacing and incarcerated within the Summit County Jail.
Witnesses known as police to an condominium on Madison Avenue Oct. 22 after a person pointed a gun at a girl throughout an argument exterior her condominium, fired a shot in her route and fled in a automobile. Police signed a warrant for the arrest of the Russell Avenue man for home violence by menacing, improper discharge of a firearm and having a weapon whereas beneath incapacity resulting from a previous felony conviction.
Police tried to cease the driving force of a stolen automobile within the space of Hillwood and Norway drives Oct. 22. The motive force went to the Akron Zoo, the place he exited the automobile and fled on foot. He was discovered hiding on the property and brought into custody. The juvenile male was charged with receiving stolen property and failure to adjust to police orders and transported to the Summit County Juvenile Detention Middle.
On Oct. 24, police on Copley Street stopped a driver for a visitors violation and arrested the Texas man for felony drug possession after a consent search revealed crack cocaine beneath the floorboard.
Following a visitors cease on Copley Street and Packard Drive Oct. 26, police arrested a Roslyn Avenue man for driving beneath suspension and felony drug possession after a tow stock revealed crack cocaine within the automobile.

BATH: Police and EMS responded to a three-vehicle crash on the intersection of Medina and South Hametown roads Oct. 17. Some occupants of the autos had been handled by EMS for minor accidents. The motive force of a automobile reported to be at fault for the accident was handled for a chin laceration. She failed a subject sobriety take a look at and her BAC examined .247. She was given a courtroom summons for DUI and a visitors violation and launched to a sober driver.
The morning of Oct. 17, police investigated the theft of a 2018 Nissan Rogue bearing Michigan plates from behind a Springside Drive lodge the earlier evening. Police notified the automobile proprietor, which is a automobile rental enterprise at Cleveland Hopkins Airport, and entered details about it on a nationwide database for stolen autos.
Workers of a Medina Street retailer reported Oct. 20 {that a} girl hid merchandise value $70 and left the shop with out paying for it. Police positioned her within the car parking zone and recovered the merchandise, which she admitted concealing. She was charged with theft, banned from the shop and launched with a courtroom summons.
A lady who reportedly hid merchandise value $70 in her purse and left a Medina Street retailer with out paying for it Oct. 22 was arrested for theft and moreover charged with felony drug possession after police discovered narcotic tablets in her pocket and decided that they had not been prescribed to her. She was given a courtroom summons and launched.
A Fox Hole Lane man reported Oct. 23 an unknown particular person used his id and employment data to file for unemployment advantages.

COPLEY: A Copley Meadows Drive girl reported Oct. 6 a gun and jewellery gadgets had been stolen from her residence.
Police investigated an Oct. 6 report by a girl who mentioned her mom was assaulted whereas at a Heritage Woods Drive facility. The sufferer, who sustained head and facial accidents and a damaged hand, mentioned she was pushed out of her wheelchair.
On Oct. 6, a landscaper reported the theft of a chainsaw, which was final seen at a Copley Street storage facility the day before today.
Police responded to a combat involving a person and girl in a Montrose West Avenue lodge Oct. 7, when the person reported the girl struck him on the top with an unknown object. His harm was evaluated by EMS and he was transported to a hospital. The lady was transported to a hospital for a psychiatric analysis.
Following a visitors cease on Medina Street Oct. 7, police arrested a person and girl for felony drug possession and possession of drug abuse devices after a Okay-9 officer alerted police to the presence of contraband within the automobile and officers positioned methamphetamine totaling greater than four grams, in addition to drug abuse devices. Each had been taken to Barberton Municipal Court docket and arraigned.
Police investigated suspicious exercise in a room of a Montrose West Avenue lodge Oct. 7 and obtained permission from the occupant to go looking the room. Officers recovered a BB gun, methamphetamine in particular person baggage, varied narcotic tablets, suspected ecstasy tablets, scales, hypodermic needles and tons of of small, plastic baggage. The occupant opened a secure, the place police discovered extra methamphetamine. He was evicted from the room on the request of the lodge supervisor and suggested that prices for the contraband discovered within the room had been pending completion of an investigation.
On Oct. 8, police stopped a automobile leaving the car parking zone of a Medina Street retailer and arrested two ladies for theft of a $280 nail gun from the shop. The motive force was moreover charged with driving beneath suspension and each ladies got courtroom summonses and launched.
Officers stopped a driver for a visitors violation on Medina Street Oct. 8, charged him with possession of marijuana and launched him with a courtroom summons. Police confiscated greater than $6,000 money from him, to be returned pending an investigation, and supplied him with a receipt. The passenger was arrested for felony possession of methamphetamine and brought to the Barberton Metropolis Jail.
Following a visitors cease on Medina Street Oct. 8, a passenger lied about her id. Police recognized her, decided she was needed on warrants in a number of communities, charged her with obstructing official enterprise and launched her to the Canal Fulton Police Division.
A Cloverfield Drive man reported somebody stole instruments value $600 from his storage between Oct. 15 and 23.
Police investigated a suspicious automobile in a Montrose West Avenue car parking zone Oct. 23 and located two folks smoking marijuana. A search of the automobile revealed a loaded handgun on the driving force’s aspect floorboard and marijuana in quite a few locations within the automobile. The passenger was given a courtroom summons for possession of marijuana and the driving force was arrested on felony weapons prices and brought to the Barberton Metropolis Jail.
Additionally on Oct. 23, officers responded to a report of assault at a Montrose West Avenue restaurant. The sufferer said he was assaulted and his property was broken by unknown folks, who left in a automobile earlier than police arrived. He described the assailants and automobile to police, who’re investigating.
Police positioned a suspected shoplifter within the car parking zone of a Medina Street retailer Oct. 24, recovered footwear and a hat totaling $208 from him, and arrested him for theft. He was given a courtroom summons and the merchandise was returned.
On Oct. 24 at Three a.m., police responded to the car parking zone of a South Cleveland-Massillon Street enterprise, the place unknown folks smashed home windows of 5 tractor-trailers, a van and a pickup truck, ransacked the contents and stole gadgets from them. Police reviewed dashboard video surveillance and gathered proof from the scene.
Police investigated thefts from a number of motor autos parked exterior a South Cleveland-Massillon Street retailer Oct. 24.
Additionally on Oct. 24, police responded to a bulletin {that a} stolen automobile pushed by a person who was needed for the homicide of his brother in Barberton was heading into Copley on Interstate 77 northbound. Police stopped the automobile, the driving force fled on foot, and officers took the Cleveland man into custody and launched him to the Barberton Police Division. Officers from Tub, Fairlawn and the Ohio State Freeway Patrol assisted in pursuit of the suspect.

FAIRLAWN: Police arrested a Hereford Drive man for theft Oct. 15 and gave him a courtroom summons for allegedly concealing merchandise totaling $195 in a procuring bag and leaving a West Market Avenue retailer with out paying for it.
Workers of a Medina Street retailer reported Oct. 15 a person hid merchandise value $15 and tried to depart the shop with out paying for it. The Broadway Avenue man was arrested for theft and launched with a courtroom summons.
A employee for a political marketing campaign reported he erected an indication on North Miller Street Oct. 16 and by the subsequent morning it had been stolen. He said that is the second signal that has been stolen from the location since Oct. 14.
A Shiawassee Avenue girl reported Oct. 17 an unknown particular person used her bank card data to make an $84 buy through a web based procuring web site.
On Oct. 19, police investigated the felony theft of a $3,000 snow pusher, which was taken from an space behind a West Market Avenue procuring heart.
Workers of a Summit Mall retailer reported Oct. 21 two males they suspected of shoplifting left the realm after one man reportedly hid sun shades value $179 in his backpack. Police positioned two males who match the outline within the rear of one other mall retailer, recovered the merchandise from a Graybill Street man and gave him a courtroom summons for theft. He additionally was banned from the mall.
Police responded to reviews {that a} man was screaming exterior the door to a facility on Smith Street Oct. 22 and spoke to the Hardesty Boulevard man, who denied screaming and mentioned his girlfriend works there and he was making an attempt to get a cellphone from her. She was on the opposite aspect of the door and refused to come back exterior. Police recognized him, decided his driver’s license was beneath suspension and requested how he acquired there. He said he acquired a trip from somebody who was at Summit Mall. He was suggested to not return to the property, on the request of the administration, and he walked throughout the road towards the mall car parking zone. A number of minutes later, police noticed him cross the road, stroll by a wooded space, go to the power car parking zone and drive away in a automobile, which they stopped. He was arrested for trespassing and driving beneath suspension and moreover charged with trafficking in and felony possession of medication after a tow stock of his automobile. Police confiscated marijuana, narcotics, a powdered substance that was despatched to a lab for identification, and greater than $1,250 money and took him to the Summit County Jail, the place he was unable to be admitted. He then was launched with a courtroom summons.

NORTON: On Oct. 16 at 6 a.m., police patrolling Wadsworth Street heard a girl screaming, seemed by the home windows of a house and noticed indicators of a wrestle, furnishings overturned, gadgets smashed on the ground and the girl sitting on the ground. Officers entered to examine on her welfare and he or she was uncooperative. Police spoke to her boyfriend, who was strolling to an space enterprise, and he said that they had a verbal argument. The events denied any bodily altercation and refused to supply extra data to police. The lady, who was intoxicated however in any other case OK, in accordance with the report, requested to be transported to the enterprise the place her boyfriend had gone.
On Oct. 16, police elevated patrol in an space of Wadsworth Street following ongoing residents’ complaints of suspicious exercise at a enterprise.
Police positioned two juveniles who ran away from residence Oct. 16 at a Norton Avenue procuring plaza. Officers transported them to their properties, the place their mother and father declined prices and said they might deal with the matter.
Police and EMS responded to a report of a attainable drug overdose at a McCoy Street residence Oct. 16. The person regained consciousness following two doses of Narcan and was transported to a hospital.
The motive force of a automobile with a loud exhaust system was stopped on South Cleveland-Massillon Street Oct. 16, arrested for driving beneath suspension and launched with a courtroom summons. He additionally was needed on warrants by communities exterior of the pickup radius. A passenger who reportedly lied about his id was recognized and charged with falsification and possession of drug paraphernalia and drug abuse devices after police discovered a tourniquet, digital scale and a needle containing drug residue in his pocket. He was needed on a felony warrant in Cuyahoga County, however deputies there have been unable to choose him up. He was given a courtroom summons on the Norton Police Division prices and suggested that extra prices had been pending completion of exams on a white powder present in his possession.
Officers had been known as to a Shellhart Street residence Oct. 18, when a girl got here to the residence to choose up her little one, although a spot in Barberton had been established for all custody exchanges, and the property house owners had suggested the girl to not come to their property. They reported the girl was driving a automobile on their property, making a disturbance and honking the horn. She returned Oct. 19, stating the property house owners’ son gave her permission to be there. Police suggested her of the principles for custody exchanges and instructed her she wouldn’t be arrested for trespassing on this event, however she mustn’t return to the property.
Workers known as police to an Akron hospital Oct. 18 once they recovered suspected contraband from a person they handled for accidents sustained in a automobile crash on state Route 21 and rushed to the hospital in an ambulance. Police despatched the substance to a lab for identification and positioned different gadgets given to them by workers and recovered from the scene into proof for a crash investigation.
Following a visitors cease on Wadsworth Street Oct. 20, police arrested the driving force for driving beneath suspension and questioned him and the passengers concerning the odor of marijuana within the automobile. They denied data of the odor. The automobile was registered to a special particular person, and the driving force said he had simply bought it however couldn’t present proof of possession, so the automobile was towed. Throughout a tow stock, police discovered a bank card in one other particular person’s title within the automobile console and a bag containing a stack of credit score and debit playing cards, together with two cellphones within the automobile trunk. The bag contained one other bank card and a driver’s license within the title of the identical particular person whose card was discovered within the automobile console. The motive force mentioned he didn’t know the place the playing cards got here from and police confiscated the bag for investigation, had the automobile towed and gave the driving force a courtroom summons for driving beneath suspension and failure to register his automobile. He was then launched. Police denied his request to return the telephones discovered within the bag to him. Police contacted the person whose title was on the driving force’s license and bank cards, and he said his pockets had been stolen and he had reported it to the Barberton Police Division the day before today. Officers tried to find quite a few different folks whose playing cards had been within the bag and signed a felony warrant for receiving stolen property towards the driving force.
Police investigated a report of forgery Oct. 20, when a Mount Vernon Boulevard girl reported she obtained a discover from an Akron retailer stating a examine drawn on her checking account had been refused. She mentioned she by no means wrote the examine and no checks from her checkbook had been lacking. She was suggested to watch all of her financial institution and credit score accounts for fraudulent exercise.
Neighbors on Landis and Wadsworth roads known as police once they heard folks arguing and a toddler screaming the evening of Oct. 22 and a person sped away in a automobile, leaving a girl behind. The motive force returned to a location on Landis Street, and police spoke to him. He said he and the girl had a verbal argument, he sped away and left her behind, then returned to choose her up. The events agreed there had been no bodily altercation and all of them gave the impression to be OK.
On Oct. 23, police had been searching for a Barberton man who sped away after officers tried to cease him for dashing 60 mph on residential streets. He then sped as much as 80 mph on Medina Line Street, the place police discontinued the pursuit within the curiosity of public security after observing him within the driver’s seat of the automobile and recording the license quantity.

RICHFIELD: Police patrolling Farnham Street Oct. 12 at four a.m. noticed a constructing with a window that appeared to have been damaged from the skin. There have been no indicators that anybody had gained entry to the constructing and police notified the proprietor.
On two events Oct. 13, police had been known as to disputes involving two brothers at a Brush Street residence. Officers suggested them to not name 911 except it was an emergency or they might face prices.
On Oct. 14, police investigated ongoing incidents involving trespassing exterior a Boston Mills Street residence. The sufferer gave police video surveillance taken by a safety digicam that recorded two males exterior the entrance door at 12:41 a.m. Oct. 10. It appeared that one male was videorecording the opposite male going as much as the entrance door. The males ran down the driveway and had been gone when the property proprietor went exterior. Different incidents involving trespassing on the property, presumably by the identical males, had been reported in August.
A person flagged down police on Streetsboro Street Oct. 14 when he discovered a driver’s license on the highway. Police positioned the proprietor and delivered it to him.
Police responded to a report of housebreaking at a Brecksville Street enterprise at 12:33 a.m. Oct. 16, when the proprietor reported an unknown particular person entered by a gate, went to the car parking zone and broke into a number of vans. The window of 1 truck was smashed. Instruments and different gear totaling greater than $3,000 had been stolen. Police took pictures on the scene.
The proprietor of a landscaping enterprise on Hart Street known as police the morning of Oct. 16 after he found somebody had crashed right into a storage door, entered the storage, spilled oil on the ground, ransacked cupboards and stole instruments. He gave police video surveillance from inside and out of doors the enterprise, and officers noticed a automobile pull into the enterprise and drive to the again storage door at 5:12 a.m. The video surveillance confirmed a girl exit the automobile and start pulling on doorways of firm autos. A person exited the automobile with a flashlight, which he used to look by the storage home windows. He crashed the automobile into the door and squeezed by it and into the storage, the place he knocked over a drum of oil, and walked again to the automobile, carrying a chainsaw. He went again into the enterprise and took different instruments earlier than he and the girl left within the automobile, which police decided had been reported stolen from Cuyahoga Falls.
Officers investigated an tried housebreaking of a Brecksville Street enterprise Oct. 16, when an unknown particular person broke a window and used a automobile to ram a storage door of a mechanic store however failed to achieve entry.
On Oct. 17, police responded to a disturbance at a Hawthorne Street residence, the place the events said it was a verbal argument and a person agreed to depart for the evening.
Police investigated a report of prison damaging Oct. 17, when the window of a automobile parked at a Brecksville Street location was damaged. Nothing was reported lacking on the time.
A driver stopped for dashing on Brecksville Street Oct. 18 surrendered a marijuana blunt to police, who discovered a number of gadgets of drug paraphernalia throughout a search of the automobile. The marijuana and gadgets had been logged into proof and the person was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and launched with a courtroom summons.

 

The police reviews had been compiled by Maggie DeMellier.

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