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WEST AKRON: Police investigated housebreaking stories Sept. 15 within the 1-100 block of South Highland Avenue; Sept. 16 within the 700 block of Copley Highway; Sept. 17 within the 300 block of Grace Avenue; Sept. 20 within the 1-100 block of Nickel Avenue; and Sept. 21 within the 700 block of Copley Highway.
A Diagonal Highway girl was transported to a hospital by EMS Sept. 14 for facial lacerations, and costs of home violence, felonious assault and legal damaging have been pending completion of an investigation. Her boyfriend reported she threw a brick by the window of his automotive and used a knife to chop off a chunk of his lip, and said he assaulted her to defend himself. He was transported to a hospital for therapy.
A lady reported Sept. 14 she was at an residence on West Market Road the place she argued with a lady, who threw her purse on the ground. When she picked up her belongings and left, she discovered {that a} pockets containing jewellery and two telephones have been lacking.
On Sept. 15, police arrested a Mustill Road man for aggravated theft and theft and took him to the Summit County Jail following an investigation into theft of a cab driver. That driver stated she picked him up at a location on Byers Avenue Sept. 11 and crashed her automotive on Payne Avenue after he pulled a gun. He then stole her purse and fled from the scene.
Police responded to a report of pictures fired within the 900 block of Dover Avenue Sept. 15 and located a person with a gunshot wound to his stomach mendacity on the bottom. The sufferer was transported to a hospital by EMS and police are in search of the shooter, who was seen strolling south on Dover Avenue.
A South Highland Avenue man reported Sept. 15 somebody entered an unlocked storage on his property and stole a bike.
Officers investigated the theft of $4,000 from a Williamston Court docket man Sept. 16, when he reported he was engaged on his pc when he acquired pop-up messages stating somebody was trying to hack into his accounts. He adopted the prompts on the display, and one other particular person contacted him, claimed to work at his financial institution and advised him to buy present playing cards totaling $4,000 and supply the numbers to the caller with the intention to forestall the legal from leaving the nation together with his cash. After he did, he decided the decision didn’t come from his financial institution.
Additionally on Sept. 16, police responded to a report of pictures fired within the 300 block of Stanton Avenue and decided a number of bullets struck a home occupied by two folks.
Police investigated the theft of a 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe from the driveway of a Winton Avenue residence the night time of Sept. 16.
A South Rhodes Avenue girl reported she positioned her ex-boyfriend’s fishing poles and looking gadgets exterior her residence for him to choose up between 10:45 and 11:30 a.m. Sept. 16, they usually have been stolen.
The night time of Sept. 16, police responded to a name that pictures have been fired within the space of Hoye Avenue and Fernwood Drive and located a lady who had been shot mendacity on the street. She was taken to a hospital, the place she was pronounced useless. The day after, police responded to calls that pictures have been fired within the space at a vigil for the sufferer and arrived to discover a crowd of individuals fleeing in all instructions. Police arrange a fringe to find out whether or not anybody had been injured, and an East Crosier Road girl, who drove her automotive by the crime scene after being advised to cease, was charged with misconduct in an emergency. Police decided two males had gone to hospitals for therapy of nonlife-threatening gunshot wounds. On Sept. 18, police issued a warrant for the arrest of an Akron girl accused of killing the girl on Sept. 16 following an argument.
Firefighters and police responded to a automobile hearth within the 500 block of Hoye Avenue at 4:30 a.m. Sept. 17 and located a automobile in a driveway absolutely engulfed in flames. The fireplace was extinguished and arson investigators responded to the scene.
A West Alternate Road man reported Sept. 17 a $250 mountain bike that was chained to a deck on his property was stolen the earlier night time.
Additionally on Sept. 17, a Grace Avenue girl reported she broke up with a Slusser Avenue man, who took her pistol and refuses to return it.
Round Eight p.m. Sept. 17, pictures have been fired throughout a soccer sport between East and Firestone group studying facilities at Ellet Excessive Faculty. In some unspecified time in the future in the course of the sport, an unknown male produced a handgun and fired pictures after an argument with a 19-year-old man, who was shot within the arm. A 40-year-old girl was shot within the leg. The victims have been transported to a hospital with nonlife-threatening accidents. The gunman was described as a black male, age 17 to 20, carrying a tie-dyed shirt, blue denims and white tennis sneakers. He fled the scene. The investigation is ongoing. Anybody with data can name the Akron Police Division Detective Bureau at 330-375-2490 or 330-375-2Tip or Summit County Crimestoppers at 330-434-COPS or by texting TIPSCO with tricks to 27463. Callers can stay nameless.
Police responded to a report that somebody was trying to interrupt right into a residence within the 1400 block of Merriman Highway at Four a.m. Sept. 19 and located a person had broken the again door. A Bunker Drive man was arrested for legal damaging, trespassing and possession of marijuana and paraphernalia that was discovered throughout his arrest.
Following a visitors cease on Copley Highway at Noble Avenue Sept. 19, a Moreview Drive girl was given a court docket summons for driving below suspension and felony drug possession after police recovered a substance she admitted was fentanyl and 30 models of prescription medicine that had not been prescribed to her.
A Crosby Road man reported Sept. 19 that his automobile, which had been parked on the road exterior his residence, was stolen the earlier night time.
On two events Sept. 21, police investigated housebreaking calls at a enterprise within the 700 block of Copley Highway. Officers responded to the enterprise at 2 a.m. to discover a door had been pressured open and an undetermined quantity of cigarettes had been stolen. The door was secured, and at 4:30 a.m., police responded to a different housebreaking name on the similar enterprise, the place the door was pressured open and cigars have been stolen.

BATH: Police responded to a disturbance on Meadow Park Drive Sept. 15 after a lady reported she was strolling her canine when a canine ran from a yard on Clover Hill Highway and attacked her canine. The dogfight led to a ditch, and the sufferer was bitten and scratched whereas attempting to guard her canine. She took her canine to a neighborhood animal hospital for therapy and went to a hospital for therapy of her accidents. Police filed a report and notified the Summit County canine warden.
Additionally on Sept. 15, police shot and killed an injured deer mendacity in the midst of North Cleveland-Massillon Highway.
A St. Francis Road man reported Sept. 15 a person who referred to as him claimed to be from a web based procuring firm and said his account had been used to buy a cellphone. The person advised the caller he didn’t buy a cellphone and checked his bank card and financial institution accounts, which confirmed no fraudulent purchases. The caller advised him he wanted the password to his pc with the intention to pull up the fraudulent cost and the person offered it. The caller said he was with the FBI and the person hung up and reported it to police, who suggested him to examine his financial institution and credit score accounts often.
Police responded to a report of a suspicious man at a Pinecrest Drive residence Sept. 15, when a lady reported he was driving across the neighborhood and pulled into her driveway. When she requested what he was doing, he stated he wished to make use of her backyard hose to fill his water bottle. She advised him to depart. Police situated a automobile and its driver who match the outline close by, and he stated he had been on the property on the lookout for a hose to fill his water bottle. He reportedly did the identical factor at a residence in Copley. Police charged him with driving below suspension and contacted the Medina County Sheriff’s Workplace, the place he was wished on a felony warrant for automobile theft, however the Medina County Jail was unable to take him. He was given a court docket summons for the Tub costs, suggested to remain off non-public property and pushed to his residence in Wadsworth.
On Sept. 17, police investigated the theft of masks and energy instruments from a van parked exterior a Medina Highway lodge the earlier night time. The victims reported they went to their van at 5:30 a.m. and located the aspect window had been damaged, the inside had been ransacked and quite a few drills, saws and different gadgets had been stolen.
A West Tub Highway girl reported Sept. 18 her purse was stolen from her automotive in an unlocked storage. She said the purse contained bank cards, identification, a checkbook and money. She was suggested to contact her financial institution and collectors and monitor her accounts often.

COPLEY: Following a visitors cease on Medina Highway and Brookmont Avenue Sept. 9, a person was arrested for driving below suspension and brought to the Barberton Metropolis Jail on a Barberton warrant.
Police on Springside Drive Sept. 9 stopped the driving force of a automobile with an expired registration and decided the passenger was wished on warrants by a number of communities. A Okay-9 officer alerted police to the presence of contraband in a bit of the passenger door of the automobile, the place police discovered a number of luggage of methamphetamine, drug pipes, bongs, a THC pen, a digital scale and suspected LSD. The passenger admitted possession of many of the gadgets and was charged with felony drug possession and brought to Barberton Metropolis Jail, with further costs pending affirmation of the LSD by a lab. The driving force was charged with possession of marijuana and launched with a court docket summons.
Additionally on Sept. 9, police noticed a lady who seemed to be below the affect of a psychotropic substance get into the passenger aspect of a automobile within the parking zone of a Rothrock Highway motel, and stopped the driving force. The lady admitted she was below the affect of methamphetamine and stated she was being pushed to a therapy facility. She surrendered a drug pipe, and he or she was launched to a member of the family to proceed on her means.
Police responded to a one-car crash within the southbound lanes of state Route 21 at 1:30 a.m. Sept. 9 and located the automobile deserted and the driving force strolling on the freeway. He exhibited indicators of intoxication, failed a area sobriety check and was given a court docket summons for DUI and driving and not using a license and pushed to his residence.
A driver stopped for a visitors violation on Medina Highway Sept. 10 was arrested for driving below suspension. She and a passenger have been wished on warrants exterior of the pickup radius. When a Okay-9 officer arrived on the scene, the driving force gave permission for a search, and police recovered suspected methamphetamine that the driving force had hid in her pants. She was given a court docket summons and launched, with felony costs pending identification of the methamphetamine. The driving force, her toddler and the passenger have been pushed to their Copley lodge.
Following a visitors cease on Springside Drive Sept. 10, police noticed an orange cap used to cowl a hypodermic needle and the driving force surrendered 4 needles that had been hid within the automobile console. He was given a court docket summons for possession of drug abuse devices and launched.
Police noticed suspicious exercise in a automobile within the parking zone of a Montrose West Avenue lodge Sept. 11 and adopted the driving force to a location on White Pond Drive, the place a passenger threw a bag of suspected methamphetamine out the window. The bag was retrieved and the passenger was launched to Portage County sheriff’s deputies on a felony drug warrant and suggested that felony costs in Copley have been pending lab identification of the suspected methamphetamine he threw out the window.
A motorist on Medina Highway Sept. 11 reported somebody threw a rock at her automobile. Police situated the person, who said he thought somebody was following him and threw a rock. The driving force declined costs and requested for documentation.

FAIRLAWN: Workers of a Medina Highway retailer reported Sept. 12 a person hid 36 gadgets in a procuring bag and left the shop with out paying for them. Police arrested him, and he lied about his id. When officers recognized him, he admitted he hid his New York identification in his underwear, and officers recovered it, together with 1 gram of marijuana. He was given a court docket summons for misrepresentation, theft and possession of medicine, banned from the shop and launched.
Officers responded to a report of a shoplifter at a Medina Highway retailer Sept. 13, arrested a Financial institution Road girl for theft of merchandise value $137, and launched her with a court docket summons.
On Sept. 14, police responded to an nameless name from an individual, who stated an intoxicated man was trying to get into their automobile exterior an leisure venue on South Miller Highway. The automobile and caller have been gone when police arrived, they usually situated the person strolling south alongside the highway. He was barely capable of stand, and police gave the Hawthorne Avenue man a court docket summons for disorderly conduct by intoxication. Police transported him to a cleansing middle, the place his BAC examined .273.
Workers of a West Market Road retailer reported Sept. 15 a person positioned a $60 leisure middle in a procuring cart and pushed it out of the shop with out paying. Police stopped his automobile on West Market Road, noticed the merchandise within the again seat with safety webbing nonetheless hooked up, and gave the Doylestown man a court docket summons for theft. He was suggested he’s banned from the shop.
Police responded to a report that two shoplifters left a Medina Highway retailer in a automobile Sept. 15 and stopped their automobile because it left the parking zone. Each males, from Crosier Road and Sixth Road Southwest, admitted the theft. They have been suggested they’re banned from the shop, charged with theft and given court docket summonses.
The driving force of a automobile that ran out of fuel on Interstate 77 Sept. 16 was charged with possession of two grams of marijuana after police recovered a marijuana cigar from the again seat of the automobile. The Moreley Avenue man was given a court docket summons and launched. The automobile registration had expired in Might 2019, and the automobile was towed.
An Eastwood Avenue girl was arrested for theft of things totaling $35 from a West Market Road drugstore Sept. 16 and launched with a court docket summons.

NORTON: Following a visitors cease on Wadsworth Highway Sept. 8, the driving force was arrested on a warrant and brought to Barberton Metropolis Jail. She gave permission for a search of the automobile, which revealed a number of hypodermic needles. The passenger was given a court docket summons for possession of drug abuse devices and launched.
A Fairway Drive man reported Sept. Eight he found his go-kart had been stolen from a shed on his property Sept. 6. Police situated the automobile on Hillcrest Avenue yesterday and took it to the police station. He was suggested to confirm possession and decide up the automobile.
On Sept. 8, a Nice Drive girl reported she arrived at residence to discover a man inside her residence promoting meat. She stated a disabled particular person in her residence answered the door, and the person walked inside, opened her fridge and started trying to make offers on the meat. Her neighbor reported the identical man, together with one other man, was at her residence. She said she opened her door and he walked in, sat in a chair and opened a case crammed with frozen meat. She stated he began by asking for $400, then went right down to $20. A short while later, the boys have been visitors stopped by police, who suggested them towards soliciting and not using a license and gathered details about their employer.
The supervisor of a storage facility on Greenwich Highway reported Sept. 9 he arrived at work to seek out two automobiles parked exterior a storage unit, when nobody was licensed to be there. He gave police pictures of two males and details about the automobiles. Police are trying to find drivers of a white work van and a inexperienced Ford Ranger concerned in theft of things from three renters of storage models. Officers decided locks had been reduce and gadgets, together with a bike and furnishings, had been stolen. Police gathered proof left behind on the scene.
Police responded to a crash involving a automotive and tractor-trailer on Interstate 76 Sept. 10. The driving force of the automotive exhibited indicators of intoxication, failed a area sobriety check and his BAC examined .168. He was given a court docket summons for DUI, an elevated BAC and lane violations and pushed residence.
The night time of Sept. 10, a clerk at an Jap Highway fuel station reported cellphone harassment by his little one’s mom, who reportedly referred to as him repeatedly at his place of job after he advised her to not name him. She referred to as thrice whereas police have been there, and every time she referred to as he advised her to cease calling. On the third name, he handed the cellphone to an officer, who recognized himself to the girl and advised her to cease calling or she can be arrested. She reportedly started screaming and calling the officer vulgar names. She referred to as the Norton dispatch middle to complain concerning the officer and referred to as staff vulgar names. After police left the fuel station, the worker referred to as officers again and stated he wished to file costs towards her. Police issued a warrant for cellphone harassment towards the girl, who was later taken into custody by Wayne County sheriff’s deputies and launched to Norton police. She was uncooperative with officers on the police station and refused to be fingerprinted, so that they took her to Barberton Municipal Court docket, the place she pleaded responsible to her costs and, as a result of she refused to be fingerprinted, she was taken to Barberton Metropolis Jail, the place she agreed to cooperate and was taken again to the police station, processed and launched.
A Glenbrook Drive girl reported Sept. 10 she acquired a number of harassing letters relating to political candidates she helps. Police suggested her to contact them if she receives extra mail.
A Wadsworth Highway girl reported Sept. 11 she contacted somebody on the darkish internet by way of a social media web site and paid $100 for a online game however by no means acquired it. She stated the particular person she contacted hacked into and took management of her e-mail account and posted her Social Safety quantity on the darkish internet. Police suggested her of the method to acquire a brand new quantity.
Police investigated a report of suspicious exercise within the parking zone of a Greenwich Highway enterprise Sept. 12, when witnesses reported seeing a person loading unbagged grocery gadgets right into a backpack. Police situated him and requested what was within the backpack and he said meals gadgets he had stolen. Officers discovered merchandise totaling $74 that had been stolen from a close-by retailer and spoke to staff, who stated he had pushed a cart containing merchandise out the door with out paying. Officers situated that cart within the parking zone and located further gadgets value $45 in it. The person was charged with theft, launched with a court docket summons and suggested he’s banned from all shops within the chain.
Officers investigated a report of housebreaking at a Creekside Drive residence Sept. 13, when somebody eliminated a plywood staple and bent a latch in an try and enter a storage.
An Jap Highway man reported Sept. 13 he observed a $75 cost on his financial institution assertion and traced it to a pc assist firm. He later discovered that somebody who claimed to work for the corporate had used a money utility to make an unauthorized switch of $1,402 from his account.
A lady who went to the police station Sept. 14 to acquire the discharge of a automobile that had been towed was taken into custody and launched to the Cuyahoga Falls Police Division on a warrant.

RICHFIELD: A Ramblewood Drive girl reported Sept. Eight she discovered clothes gadgets on her property. She forwarded pictures of a trespasser taken by a surveillance digital camera.
Hudson police pursued a motorcyclist alongside state Route 303 into Richfield Sept. 9 and requested help. A Richfield officer adopted behind the Hudson police officer as the driving force sped from the visitors cease, drove north on Black Highway, failed to barter a curve close to Columbia Highway and crashed the motorbike in a ditch. He was transported to a hospital by EMS. Hudson police had the motorbike towed and the driving force confronted visitors costs in Richfield and extra costs in Hudson.
A Broadview Highway man reported a trespasser on his property Sept. 9 and offered images of a automobile and license plate. Police traced the license plate and spoke to the proprietor, who said he labored for a utility firm and he was there to learn a meter. Police suggested the property proprietor.
The proprietor of a home on Streetsboro Highway reported Sept. 9 the home was within the means of being offered however the funds had not been transferred. She said the potential purchaser modified the locks and he or she doesn’t need him on the property. Police referred to as the division’s authorized adviser, who decided the potential purchaser doesn’t have the correct to be on the property, and the events have been suggested.
On Sept. 10, police investigated the theft of a trailer from exterior a Brecksville Highway enterprise.
Police responded to the intersection of Ratener and Motor roads Sept. 10, the place utility wires have been within the roadway. Officers obtained insurance coverage data from the driving force of a transferring van that struck the wires, and utility staff have been referred to as to the scene to restore the wires.
On Sept. 11, police investigated a report by a Ramblewood Drive man who stated a person gained entry to his checking account and took $3,300, saying he was a guardian of the account.

 

The police stories have been compiled by Maggie DeMellier.

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