Electronics removed from unlocked vehicle: A Linda Drive man told police May 18 that sometime overnight, someone removed a $200 digital camera and a $130 GPS unit from inside his unlocked vehicle which was parked in his driveway.
Duo make off with 70 cases of soda: The manager of a West Avenue business told police May 16 he saw two suspects load 70 cases of soda valued at $350 into a black Honda Civic, having left the store without paying for the merchandise. Police are pursing a lead.
Delivery box stolen from front porch: A South Elm Avenue woman told police May 14 that someone removed a delivery box from her front porch which contained $90 worth of candles and fragrances.
Diamond ring missing from home: A Maryann Road woman told police May 14 that sometime between April 28 and 31, someone removed a yellow gold and diamond woman's wedding ring valued at $2,100 from her home.
Girls caught taking clothes, hygiene products: An employee of a South Avenue business told police May 16 he saw two juvenile females conceal hygiene products and clothing totaling $334 in their purses and leave the store without paying for the merchandise. The items were recovered and the girls were released to their mother.
iPhone removed from restroon: A Mogadore woman told police while visiting a South Avenue business, she accidentally left her $600 iPhone in the restroom. When she realized it was missing and returned to the business, the phone was gone.
Car damages ballfield: A Tallmadge City Schools' employee told police May 16 that sometime overnight, someone drove through the grass onto the ballfield at Strecker Drive which caused deep ruts and damage estimated at $500.
Car window smashed: An Indian Hills Drive man told police April 27 that around 8:45 p.m. he heard his car alarm go off. According to the report, when he went outside to investigate, he discovered the front passenger side window of his vehicle, which was parked in his driveway, had been smashed. The homeowner told police he saw a man running away from the scene. No items were found to be missing from the vehicle. Damage was estimated at $200.
Dogs at large
Woman issued citation for dogs at large: A West Howe Road woman was issued a misdemeanor citation for dogs at large after police received a report of two dogs at large on West Howe Road May 11, and that one of the dogs had just killed the caller's cat. According to the report, a short time later, a second call was received reporting that same dog had killed another cat. Officers were able to locate the dogs coming out of the woods behind the suspect's home. Officers stated they were able to return the dogs to the fenced in part of their yard. They were also able to locate one of the cats that had been killed, returning it to its owner.