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Published: May 21, 2017 12:00 AM

Munroe Falls


Baseball memorabilia reported stolen: A man reported discovering May 10 that someone apparently took a package containing baseball memorabilia valued at nearly $7,000 after it was delivered to his home in Hiwood Avenue's 300 block during the previous 10 days. Police said the investigation is closed.

Operating a vehicle under the influence

Woman's vehicle disabled: A Jean Avenue woman, 21, was charged with operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol and blood alcohol content after police responded to a report by another motorist that the woman's vehicle was disabled on North River Road at about 3:30 a.m. May 6. Police said the woman's BAC level measured at 0.207 percent, more than double the 0.08 percent legal limit. The woman was given a Munroe Falls Mayor's Court date and released on a personal bond.

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Physical control

Man found in vehicle: A 41-year-old Akron man was charged with first-degree misdemeanor physical control and minor misdemeanor open container after he was found allegedly intoxicated in his vehicle at a service station in Steels Corners Road's 700 block at about 5:40 p.m. May 16. Police said the man's blood alcohol content level measured at 0.195 percent, more than twice the 0.08 percent legal limit. The man was given a Stow Municipal Court date and released on a personal bond.

Driving under suspension

Woman wanted on warrant: A Cleveland woman, 33, was charged with driving under suspension, no operator's license and no headlights after dark after she was stopped on Route 8 southbound at about midnight May 13. The woman was given a Stow Municipal Court date and turned over to Solon police on an arrest warrant for failing to appear in court on a driving under suspension charge.

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Drug paraphernalia possession

Woman cited during traffic stop: An Akron woman, 32, was cited with drug paraphernalia possession, open container and speeding, all minor misdemeanors, after she was stopped on Route 8 southbound at about 11:15 p.m. May 12. Police said they saw an open container of alcohol and found a marijuana grinder in her vehicle.


Girl ran away: A Stow girl, 15, was charged as an unruly runaway after her mother reported she ran away and was then found at the Cuyahoga Falls Library in the early evening May 11. The girl was released to her mother pending notification of a Summit County Juvenile Court date.

Mother files complaint: A Stow boy, 15, was charged with unruliness and drug abuse after his mother reported May 10 that he was disobedient, disrespectful and she had smelled the odor of marijuana coming from him. The boy was not taken into custody and was referred to Stow Youth Services in lieu of filing the charges in Summit County Juvenile Court.


Medical supplies stolen: A Waterford Circle man reported discovering May 6 that someone took non-drug medical supplies of unspecified value after they were delivered to his mailbox in late April. Police said the man had also reported the theft to the U.S. Postal Service and the police are not investigating.

Money withdrawn from bank account: A Serra Vista Drive woman reported May 4 that someone submitted a withdrawal at an unidentified bank branch and removed $900 from her bank account several days earlier. Police said they are not investigating.

Purses stolen from vehicles: Three women, who are Cuyahoga Falls, Silver Lake and Uniontown residents, all reported someone stole their purses from their vehicles while they were parked outside a fitness gym in Graham Road's 800 block in the early evening May 2. Police said entry was gained into each vehicle by smashing a window.

Police said at least one of several credit cards stolen was fraudulently used to make a purchase of an unspecified amount at a store in Hudson Drive's 3500 block. Other items of unspecified value reported stolen were a driver's license some bracelets, three wallets, two checkbooks, a cell phone, a phone charger, and an unidentified amount of cash. Police said they have closed the investigation without identifying any suspects.

Criminal mischief

Truck defaced: A man reported someone put white paint on the rear window of his work truck while it was parked in the street outside his home in Baumberger Road's 3900 block during the late evening May 6. Police said the paint appeared to be easy to clean off. The man said the vehicle had been defaced several times in the past, always with the same kind of paint.

Woman reports disturbances: A woman reported that after someone was ringing her doorbell and banging on her home's front window in East Santom Road's 2100 block during the evening April 28, she discovered dog feces on her garage door the next morning and a yard sign had been stolen. Police said there were no suspects.


Fraudulent accounts opened: A Shining Willow Boulevard man reported discovering May 5 that someone used his personal information to open four credit card accounts and charged purchases to two of the cards totaling nearly $2,250 at unknown locations. Police said all of the accounts had been closed.

Attempted transaction reported: A Mannington Boulevard man reported discovering May 5 that someone tried to use his bank card information to make an online purchase. Police said the bank recognized the transaction as fraudulent and canceled it.

Misuse of a credit card

Unauthorized charges reported: A Forest Heights Drive woman reported May 4 that someone charged three online purchases of unspecified amounts to her bank card. Police said they are not investigating.

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