by Kristin CasaleReporterStow -- Timothy L. McKinney is accused of kidnapping a 5-year-old Stow boy and almost hitting a police officer with the vehicle he was driving.McKinney, who had a temporary address at Genevieve Boulevard before his arrest Jan. 16, took the boy from his Stow home without his mother's permission Jan. 15 at 8:38 p.m., according to Stow Police Lt. Rick Myers.Myers said McKinney and the boy left his mother's home in her van, but later later that night were found by Akron Police. The mother is an acquaintance of McKinney, said Myers, and he would not confirm the address of the mother.McKinney, 39, was spotted by Akron Police on Buchtel Avenue, and he "almost hit another vehicle [and] almost hit one officer two different times trying to get away," according to an Akron Police report.Myers said McKinney and the boy later were found in an Upson Street Home in Akron, stating the boy was not injured during the incident and was returned to his mother.Stow Police arrested McKinney and charged him with one count of kidnapping, a first-degree felony, and one count of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, a first-degree misdemeanor, according to Myers. McKinney appeared in Cuyahoga Falls Municipal Court for an arraignment Wednesday. He pleaded not guilty to unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, and he did not enter a plea on the felony charge, according to the clerk of court's office. McKinney is scheduled to appear before Judge Kim Hoover Jan. 25 for a hearing related to the felony charge and a pretrial related to the additional charges.Akron Police charged McKinney with two counts of felonious assault, second-degree felonies; one count of child endangering, a first-degree misdemeanor; and obstructing official business, a second-degree misdemeanor.McKinney did not enter a plea at a hearing in the Akron Municipal Court related to the charges brought forth by the Akron Police Department Thursday, according to the clerk of court's office. He is scheduled to appear in the Summit County Court of Common Pleas Jan. 31 at 8 a.m. for a status hearing before Judge John Shoemaker.McKinney remains in Summit County Jail. He has a $500,000 bond related to the Stow Police charges and a $500,000 bond on the Akron Police charges, according to documents from the Cuyahoga Falls and Akron municipal courts.McKinney's attorney, John Sinn, could not be reached for comment by press time.Editor's note: Casale is a reporter for the Stow Sentry.E-mail: kcasale@recordpub.comPhone: 330-686-3917