by Kristin Casale
An Akron man charged with offenses in multiple cities will serve two years in prison after pleading guilty May 16.
According to Summit County Court of Common Pleas Judge Mary Spicer's office, David Ingersoll, 44, pleaded guilty to breaking and entering, forgery, burglary and theft.
He was sentenced May 16 to two years in prison for the offenses that took place in Stow, Silver Lake, Cuyahoga Falls and Tallmadge, according to the Summit County Prosecutor's Office.
Ingersoll also must pay a total of $3,900.80 in restitution to the victims involved in the incidents, according to Spicer's office.
Ingersoll's attorney, Eddie Sipplen, could not be reached for comment by press time.
According to a Stow Police report, Ingersoll was arrested and charged with burglary after officers determined he broke into a Graham Road home April 3 and stole $80 in cash.
According to a Tallmadge Police report, officers believe Ingersoll caused $100 in estimated damage to the rear door of a Tallmadge business April 1 after he attempted to enter the building.
Police reported no entry into the business was gained, and nothing was taken.
Silver Lake Police charged Ingersoll with burglary after officers determined he was involved in a similar incident, according to the department's records office.
Additionally, Cuyahoga Falls Police reported Ingersoll used a woman's credit card information and checks to make unauthorized purchases.
The amount of the purchases was not reported.