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Burglary

TV, quarters taken from home: An Eastwood Avenue man told police June 30 when he arrived home around 5:02 p.m., he discovered someone had entered his home through an unlocked back door, removing a $500 flat screen TV and $20 worth of quarters from inside. According to the report, jewelry was dumped out of a jewelry box but nothing was taken.

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Aluminum stolen from outbuilding: A Beachler Road man told police June 27 he is in the process of moving and returns to Tallmadge each month to move more of his property. On June 27 he noticed approximately 1,000 pounds of aluminum had been stolen out of a building on his land. According to the report, there was no sign of forced entry.

Theft

Cash taken from unlocked vehicle: A Tammery Drive woman told police July 7 that around 1:45 a.m., someone entered her unlocked vehicle, which was parked in her driveway, removing $4 in currency.SFlb

Akron man caught stealing vodka: Police issued a summons for theft to a 19-year-old Akron man July 5 after an employee of a South Avenue business reported he observed the suspect, via closed circuit TV, remove a $38 bottle of Absolut vodka from a shelf and leave the store without paying for the item.SFlb

iPhone stolen from unlocked vehicle: A Stow man told police June 28 that sometime between 11 and 11:50 a.m., someone removed a $200 iPhone from inside his unlocked vehicle which was parked outside a West Avenue business.

Tools not returned to business: A Southeast Avenue business told police June 25 someone rented but did not return a concrete electric mixer valued at $442, a leaf blower back pack valued at $314 and a roofing coil nailer valued at $266. That same day it was reported someone rented but did not return an electric breaker hammer valued at $1,369, a concrete floor saw valued at $1,557 and a gas powered compressor valued at $762. SFlb

Lottery tickets, cash, medication removed from unlocked vehicle: A Kent Drive woman told police June 26 that sometime between 11 p.m. June 25 and 3 p.m. June 26, someone entered her unlocked vehicle, removing $15 in lottery tickets, $8 in currency and prescription medication.

iPod, cord taken from unlocked vehicle: A Sunsetview Boulevard woman told police June 29 that sometime overnight, someone removed her $200 purple iPod and $20 cord from the center console of her vehicle which was parked in the driveway. According to the report, the woman thought she had locked her vehicle, but police could find no sign of forced entry.

CD player faceplate taken from unlocked vehicle: A Byatt Road man told police sometime between 2 a.m. June 28 and 2:45 p.m. June 29, someone entered his unlocked vehicle, removing the CD player faceplate valued at $124.

Purse, cash removed from unlocked vehicle: A Byatt Road man told police sometime between 11:30 p.m. June 28 and 4:25 p.m. June 29, someone entered his unlocked vehicle, removing a $40 brown leather purse, a driver's license and $100 cash from inside.

Norton woman foiled in theft of fishing supplies: Police issued a summon for theft to a 39-year-old Norton woman July 3 after the loss prevention officer at a South Avenue business reported the suspect was seen concealing fishing supplies valued at $91 in a bag and leaving the store without paying for the items.

Purse, cards, cash stolen from unlocked vehicle: A Sunsetview Boulevard woman told police June 29 that sometime overnight, someone entered her unlocked vehicle, removing her purse containing her driver's license, Social Security card, credit card, debit card, child support card, $150 cash and store perks cards from inside.

Using weapons while intoxicated

Falls man caught with gun in car: Police arrested a 36-year-old Cuyahoga Falls man and charged him with using weapons while intoxicated July 1 after an officer conducted a traffic stop on Southeast Avenue. According to the report, the officer called a K9 unit to the scene. The K9 hit on the vehicle, and during a search, a 40 caliber handgun was located under the passenger's seat. The suspect told the officer the gun belonged to his brother and he was taking it to get cleaned. According to the officer, the suspect had a strong odor of alcohol emanating from him. The suspect was taken to the Tallmadge Police Department where his breath sample registered .137 BAC.

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