Police Reports

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Burglary

Jewelry, prescription meds stolen from home: A Southeast Avenue man told police April 4 that sometime between 7:30 a.m. and 3 p.m., someone forced entry through a screen in the back porch window. According to the report, the home was ransacked and a large amount of jewelry and prescription pills were removed. Damage to the screen was estimated at $60.

Theft

Akron woman nabbed stealing from store: Police issued a summons for theft to a 47-year-old Akron woman April 1 after the shift leader at a West Avenue business told police that the woman had left the store without paying for $70 worth of miscellaneous goods. According to the report, the suspect was released with a court date.

Bicycle removed from property: An employee of a South Avenue business told police March 31 that sometime overnight, someone removed his $50 bicycle from behind the building.

Domestic violence

Woman charged with domestic violence: Police arrested a Tallmadge woman and charged her with domestic violence after her husband called to report the couple had been involved in a physical altercation. According to the husband, the couple had returned from an evening out in Cleveland and began arguing. Police report the argument turned physical after the husband tried to sleep and his wife, he said, began hitting and slapping him. According to the report, both parties admitted to having too much to drink and both parties showed signs of injuries, but the reporting officer determined the wife was the primary physical aggressor. She was taken to the Tallmadge Police Department, was processed and released on bond.

Dog at large

Leashed dog killed by loose dog: A North Elm Avenue woman told police March 31 while walking her small dog down North Elm Avenue around 1 p.m., a large dog came running out of one of the yards and attacked her dog. According to the report, the larger dog bit the smaller dog and the wound began to bleed. The large dog was taken into its house by its owner and the complainant took her dog to the veterinarian, where it died. The complainant filed a report with the police and police made contact with the large dog's owner before speaking to the city's law director and Summit County Animal Control. A summons will be issued for dog at large and animal control will follow up with a dangerous ordinance packet, according to the report.

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