Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by local law enforcement agencies. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.
— Macedonia —
Man charged with multiple thefts: An Akron man, 24, was charged with two counts each of fifth-degree felony theft and first-degree misdemeanor theft after a Macedonia Commons Boulevard store employee reported the man left the store without paying for two air conditioners totaling about $685 in value July 2.
The employee also said video evidence connected the man with the thefts of two 70-inch television sets, one on April 17 and the other on April 19, both nearly $1,200 in value, and the theft of two 43-inch television sets totaling $676 in value April 23.
The man was taken to Macedonia City Jail.
Woman charged in alleged shoplifting: A Maple Heights woman, 22, was charged with misdemeanor theft after a Macedonia Commons Boulevard store employee reported the woman left the store without paying for merchandise totaling nearly $40 in value June 27. The woman was taken to Macedonia City Jail.
Email and phone call reported: A Macedonia man reported July 2 that he received an email from a recruiting firm offering him a job with a company. The man said he provided some requested information, but thought it suspicious. The man’s mother then reported she received a phone call from someone claiming to be an Army reserves recruiter in Toledo, where her son goes to college, and he was trying to reach her son. The woman said she did not provide any information. She then contacted a Toledo Army recruiting office and the company mentioned in the email and was told the call and email were scams.
Police said the information provided by her son in response to the email was not as sensitive as banking information and a Social Security number would be, but they advised that the mother and son monitor their financial information and contact police in Toledo and the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center.
Fraudulent charge reported: A Macedonia woman reported July 2 that someone charged an approximately $675 online purchase against her credit card.
Operating a vehicle under the influence
Man charged following crash: An Olmsted Falls man, 31, was charged with operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, blood alcohol content test refusal, failure to assure clear distance ahead, open container and alcohol consumption in a motor vehicle after another man reported the Olmsted Falls man struck the rear of his trailer on Route 82 at Summer Road at about 10:10 p.m. June 30. Police said they smelled a strong odor of alcohol coming from the Olmsted Falls man’s breath, his eyes were watery and his speech was slurred. He was taken to Macedonia City Jail.
No injuries were reported and police said the other man declined to file a crash report because damage to the trailer was very minor.
Drug abuse instrument possession
Man denied he overdosed: A Twinsburg man, 24, was charged with second-degree misdemeanor drug abuse instruments possession after a Pennsylvania woman reported the man may have overdosed on heroin while they were staying at a Highland Road hotel June 28. Police said the man denied he overdosed and declined treatment by Macedonia EMS or to be taken to a hospital. Police said that while talking with the man, they saw a syringe in his room.
Bottle thrown over child: An Oakwood Village man, 26, was charged with domestic violence and child endangerment, both first-degree misdemeanors, after a woman reported the man struck her in the cheek with a bottle and threw another bottle through the air over a sleeping 2-year-old girl during an argument at their room at a Highland Road hotel June 22. Police said the woman’s cheek was swollen. No injuries were reported to the girl. The man was taken to Macedonia City Jail.