Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by local law enforcement agencies. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.

— Cuyahoga Falls —

Assault

Woman punched in face: An Akron woman reported an unknown woman punched her in the face multiple times during a traffic altercation on Main Street at about 3:10 a.m. June 2. Cuyahoga Falls EMS examined the woman, who had a swollen and reddened eye and scratches on her arms and legs, but she declined treatment, police said.

Attempted burglary

Screens damaged: A Pleasant Meadow Boulevard woman reported June 2 that someone tried to enter her home since the day before after she discovered two front window screens were damaged. A police report did not include a damage estimate.

Screen door damaged: A Tallmadge Road man reported someone damaged the screen door on his home's rear enclosed porch after a neighbor reported seeing unspecified suspicious activity at the home during the late afternoon May 28.

Criminal damaging

Vehicle scratched: A Prange Drive man reported Jan. 2 that someone scratched his rental car while it was parked in front of his home during the night. Police said the damage was estimated at about $200.

Theft

Cell phone stolen in gym: An Akron man reported someone took his approximately $100 cell phone after he left it on a bench in the gym at the city's Natatorium during the early evening June 2.

For Sale signs stolen: An Akron real estate agent reported June 1 that someone took five For Sale signs totaling about $285 in value from Woodridge Drive homes during the previous month.

Propane stolen from shed: A Tanglewood Trail man reported June 1 that someone took two tanks of propane totaling about $20 in value from his shed since late March.

Gun stolen from home: A 3rd Street woman reported someone took a $450 handgun from her bedroom closet while family and friends were at her home during the afternoon May 31.

Suspects seen: A 3rd Street man reported someone took at least a dozen keys from his vehicle while it was parked outside his home after a neighbor reported seeing two unknown males enter the truck at about 3:30 a.m. May 31. A police report did not say whether there was forced entry.

Lawnmower stolen: An Ensemble Drive man reported May 30 that someone took his approximately $350 lawnmower during the previous week.

Lighter taken from vehicle: A Tallmadge Road woman reported May 30 that someone took a lighter of unspecified value from her locked vehicle while it was parked outside her home during the night. Police said it was uncertain how the vehicle was entered.

Tools stolen outside home: A Front Street man reported someone took bags containing tools totaling about $700 in value from outside his home during the day May 28.

Vehicles entered: A Cedar Woods Drive woman and five nearby Cedar Hill Road residents reported May 26 that someone entered vehicles while they were parked outside their homes during the night, with thefts reported from five vehicles.

The Cedar Woods woman reported someone took a wallet containing a bank card, a credit card and insurance cards from her unlocked vehicle, then used the bank card to make purchases totaling nearly $150 at an Akron service station and at a store with an unknown location.

A Cedar Hill man reported a pair of athletic shoes and a pair of leather workout gloves totaling about $100 in value were taken from his unlocked vehicle, a woman reported someone took items totaling more than $60 in value from two unlocked vehicles outside her home and another woman said $7 was taken from her vehicle. She said she was uncertain whether the vehicle was locked.

Two Cedar Hill men said someone entered two unlocked vehicles in each of their driveways, but nothing was taken.

Computer and knife taken: A Pinebrook Trail woman reported May 21 that someone took a laptop computer and a pocketknife totaling about $450 in value from her vehicle while it was parked outside her home during the previous few days. Police said it is unknown how the vehicle was entered.

Disorderly conduct

Man treated for cuts: A Wilson Street man, 30, was cited with disorderly conduct while intoxicated after police found him allegedly intoxicated and bleeding from cuts on his hands and arms at a State Road service station at about 3:30 a.m. June 2. The man told police he had injured himself trying to climb over a fence. Cuyahoga Falls EMS treated the man's injuries, after which he was released to a family member.

Vandalism

Building flooded: A Munroe Falls woman reported June 1 that someone broke a water pipe, causing flooding in a 2nd Street industrial building she owns since the day before. Police said they did not have a damage estimate.

Discharging firearms

Man allegedly shot animal: A North Haven Boulevard man, 78, was charged with fourth-degree misdemeanor discharging firearms after a neighbor reported hearing a gun shot and seeing the man in his back yard holding a handgun during the morning June 1. Police said that when they spoke to the man, he did not deny shooting an unspecified wild animal on his property.

Breaking and entering

Microwave stolen from home: A project manager for a Virginia home building firm reported May 29 that someone entered an Old Mill Road home under construction by unknown means and stole a microwave oven of unspecified value during the previous few days.

Criminal mischief

Paint thrown onto vehicle: A Woodhaven Drive man reported someone threw white paint onto his vehicle while it parked outside his home during the late morning May 28. Police said there were no leads or suspects.

Cruelty to animals

Dog was panting in vehicle: A 21-year-old Akron woman was charged with second-degree misdemeanor cruelty to animals after two women reported the Akron woman's dog was in her vehicle panting with the windows rolled up while it was parked outside a Howe Avenue store during the early afternoon May 24. Police said the temperature at the time was 83 degrees. Police said that when they found the woman in the store, she told them the dog had been in the vehicle for about an hour. The woman was given a Stow Municipal Court date and released on a personal bond.