Munroe Falls -- An employee of a South Main Street bank told police Jan. 22 the business had cashed a $500 check for a patron after the patron's account had been closed.

Bank employees were unaware the account had been closed when the check was cashed, according to the report.

An investigation is pending.

Operating a vehicle while intoxicated

Jan. 19. Man charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated: A Cuyahoga Falls man was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated after police stopped him on South Main Street at 9:30 p.m. for fictitious license plates.

According to the report, police believed the man was intoxicated, and he failed a field sobriety test and a breathalyzer test.

According to the report, he was not charged with possession of fictitious license plates because he was driving a vehicle that he had recently purchased.

The man is scheduled to appear in Cuyahoga Falls Municipal Court.

Criminal damaging

Jan. 19. Rock thrown through car window: A Silver Valley Boulevard woman told police someone threw a rock through the window of her car during the night, causing $250 in estimated damage. An investigation is pending.

Identity theft

Jan. 23. Identity theft: An Oakhurst Drive man told police he has been receiving harassing phone calls from employees of an area business.

According to the report, police are unsure why the business is calling the man.

The man had his wallet stolen in 2004, and he believes he is the victim of an identity theft, according to the report.

Police do not know who took the man's wallet, or why the business employees started calling the man, according to the report. An investigation is pending.

Editor's note: Police News is not meant to be an all-inclusive report. The Munroe Falls Police Department can be reached at 330-688-7494.