Munroe Falls -- A Sandown Lane man told police that shortly after 11 p.m. on June 11, he heard noises from his front yard. When he checked the area, he found a 5-pound bucket filled with petroleum that had been set on fire.

According to the report, the man did not get a description of a speeding car he saw fleeing the scene.

Police reported the fire went out on its own. According to the report, the fire was small and had not completely consumed the bucket.

Police are investigating.


June 10. Valuables stolen from vehicle: A 17-year-old Stow male told police that while he was visiting friends at a Prentiss Road home at 10:30 p.m. someone entered his vehicle through an open window and stole his iPod, valued at $200, and a transmitter cable, valued at $75.

Police are investigating.

June 5. Satellite radio component stolen: An Akron woman told police someone broke the window of her car, parked in foront of the North Main Street business where she works, and stole a satellite radio power cord valued at $70.

The theft occurred at 11 a.m., according to the report.

Police are investigating.

Criminal mischief

June 11. Rocks thrown at house: A Lindsay Road couple told police they heard a crash outside of their home at 10:45 p.m., and when they inspected their residence, they found a large dent in the home's siding and a large storm window had been broken.

The window was valued at $75 and the estimated damage to the siding was $100.

Police are investigating.

Police is not meant to be an all-inclusive report. The Munroe Falls Police Department can be reached at 330-688-7494.