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

— Cuyahoga Falls —

Burglary

Laptop stolen from home: A Wyoga Lake Road woman reported someone entered her home, created a mess and stole an approximately $450 laptop computer during the late morning or early afternoon Oct. 3. Police said there were no signs of forced entry.

Medication taken from home: A 10th Street woman reported someone entered her home through an unlocked window and stole nine bottles of a prescription opioid pain medication of unspecified value during the day or evening Sept. 29.

Assault

Woman reports she was punched: A 19-year-old Kellybrook Drive woman was charged with misdemeanor assault and criminal damaging after an Akron woman reported the Kellybrook woman punched her twice in the back and once in the shoulder and threw her phone onto the ground while they were at the Kellybrook woman’s home Oct. 3. The Kellybrook woman was given a Stow Municipal Court date and released on a personal bond.

Breaking and entering

Man reports tool theft: An Overlook Drive man reported Sept. 28 that someone entered an unlocked storage barn, garage and travel trailer outside his home and took cordless tools estimated at about $1,650 in value during the previous week.

Theft

Medication taken from vehicle: A Cuyahoga Falls woman reported Sept. 28 that someone stole a prescription stimulant of unspecified value from her unlocked vehicle while it was in a Lillis Drive parking lot since the day before.

SUV stolen from business: The manager of a State Road business reported someone stole a business-owned 2010 model SUV from outside the business during the night Sept. 26. Police said the vehicle is valued at an estimated $4,000 and an air filtration unit in it is valued at about $1,000. An employee of the business said the SUV was unlocked and the keys were in it.

Man reports scam: A Cuyahoga Falls man reported Oct. 1 that he was scammed out of $1,000 after an unknown person called and claimed he was under criminal investigation and could avoid prosecution by paying the money. The man said he bought gift cards and provided their numbers to the person so they could be redeemed.

Vandalism

Car damaged: A Beech Street woman reported someone slashed two of the tires on her juvenile daughter’s car, put eggs into its gas tank and stole an approximately $30 electronic device from inside it while the car was parked outside their home during the night Sept. 28. A police report did not include a damage estimate or say whether there was forced entry.

Criminal damaging

Car windows smashed: A Hardman Drive woman reported Sept. 28 that someone smashed her car’s windshield and a side window while the car was parked outside her home during the night. Police said the damage was estimated at $925.

Car door trim damaged: A State Road woman reported someone damaged her rental car’s driver door trim while the car was parked outside her home during the night Sept. 27. Police said it appeared the damage was the result of someone trying to pry the door open. A police report did not include a damage estimate.