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Police Reports for Oct. 2, 2016

Published: October 2, 2016 12:00 AM


Jewelry, phone, sunglasses taken from vehicle: A Northwest Avenue man told police sometime between Sept. 1 and 23, someone removed a $100 flip phone, a $5,000 ruby and gold ring and a $160 pair of sunglasses from inside a vehicle parked outside his residence.

Gas meter cover stolen: A Sara Bern Drive woman told police Sept. 27 that sometime overnight, someone removed an artificial rock gas meter cover valued at $50 from her yard.

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Cleveland man caught taking groceries: Police issued a summons for theft and a summons for falsification to a 41-year-old Cleveland man Sept. 24 after loss prevention at a South Avenue business told police he observed the suspect load up a cart of groceries and pass all points of sale without paying for the items, which totaled $159. According to the report, the suspect initially refused to stop for loss prevention, but then returned to the store. He initially gave officers a false name before admitting he had an outstanding warrant.

Political sign removed: A Northwest Avenue man told police Sept. 24 that sometime overnight, someone removed the 3-foot by 8-foot Trump banner from the front of his pole barn.

Criminal damage

Vehicle keyed: A Fenn Drive woman told police sometime between Sept. 19 and 22, someone keyed the driver side door and fenders of her vehicle which was parked in her driveway. Damage was estimated at $1,000.


possession of drugs

Police arrest Streetsboro man on drug charges: Police arrested a 38-year-old Streetsboro man Sept. 24 and charged him with aggravated possession of drugs, possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia after officers were dispatched to a West Overdale Drive address for a report of possible domestic violence. Police asked the woman who answered the door if they could search the house, and discovered the suspect hiding between two mattresses in a bedroom. According to the report, even though the suspect said he heard someone say "police" and "come out," he didn't because he was "scared and didn't know what was going on." The domestic violence call was later found to be just an argument with no threats of violence. The suspect was booked at the Tallmadge Police Department and transported to the Summit County Jail.

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