BREAKING AND ENTERING
Tools stolen from trailer: An employee of a Tallmadge business told police when he opened his work trailer at a West Avenue address Jan. 23, he discovered hand and power tools valued at $1,000 missing from inside.
According to the report, the brackets where the lock attached to the trailer had been unscrewed and the door opened. Damage to the locks and trailer doors was estimated at $200.
Trash can taken: A Greenbriar Drive man told police Jan. 20 that sometime during the day, someone removed his $25 brown trash can from his driveway.
Package stolen from porch: A Mark Drive man told police Jan. 20 that at 1:30 p.m., the postman placed a package on his porch. According to the report, around 4:30 p.m., his wife noticed a white Chrysler minivan turning around in their driveway. She told police she found this unusual as the van pulled way up the driveway
Later, when her husband went to retrieve the package, it was gone. The homeowners told police the Amazon package contained $174 worth of cleaning supplies.
Wadsworth woman caught taking merchandise: Police arrested an 18-year-old Wadsworth woman Jan. 19 and charged her with theft after loss prevention at a South Avenue business observed her conceal $33 worth of merchandise in her shirt and leave the store without paying.
The items were recovered and returned. After booking, the suspect was released on a personal recognizance bond.
Windshield broken: A Uniontown woman told police Jan. 27 while her vehicle was parked at a South Avenue address, someone threw a rock on her car trunk which skipped off the trunk and shattered the windshield. Damage was estimated at $800.
Angry Akron man damages rec center: Police issued a summons for criminal damaging to a 21-year-old Akron man Jan. 23 after receiving a call from the Tallmadge Recreation Center about a man who lost his temper on the basketball court. According to the report, the man threw a chair and broke the hinge on a door while exiting the building.
Window cracked: A North Thomas Road woman told police sometime between Jan. 12 and 18, someone threw something at a window on the east side of her apartment, breaking the exterior pane of glass but not the inner pane. Damage was estimated at $200.