Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by local law enforcement agencies. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.

— Tallmadge —

Disorderly conduct

Woman yelling: A North Alling Road woman, 46, was cited with disorderly conduct after a neighbor reported the woman was yelling and using abusive language near his home at a little before noon July 8.


Bikes taken from garage: A woman reported someone took two bicycles totaling about $400 in value from her open garage in Tammery Drive’s 300 block during the late morning July 6.

Air conditioner stolen: The owner of a home building firm reported June 29 that someone took an approximately $3,500 air conditioner from outside an unoccupied model home in Cherry Ridge’s 400 block since the day before.


Police hear loud music: A Northeast Avenue man, 59, was cited with sound amplifying device after police responded to a report of loud music coming from the man’s home at about 9:15 p.m. July 4. Police said they heard the music as they approached his home and determined it was coming from a barn on his property. Police told the man to turn the music down.

Identity fraud

Fraudulent accounts opened: A Narragansett Drive man reported June 29 that he recently discovered someone used his personal information to open two unspecified accounts with two banks during the previous few years and there was a total of a little over $1,200 in balances owed on them. Police said the man requested a police report to document the issue.

Menacing by stalking

Woman received birthday card: A Tallmadge woman reported June 25 that starting in November 2018, an unidentified person had been coming into the South Avenue store where she works and making comments to her that made her uncomfortable and her coworkers told her that when she was not working, the person would come in and ask about her. The woman said that after the store manager spoke to the person, the suspect stopped coming in, but then on her recent birthday, she was shocked to receive a birthday card from the person. Police said the card had a Cleveland postmark, but there was no return address or any other information that would help them identify the person.