Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by local law enforcement agencies. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.
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Boys charged: An Akron boy and a Twinsburg boy, both 17, were charged with second-degree felony robbery after an Akron man reported the boys robbed him of $100 at gunpoint in the driveway of a Barlow Road home at about 3:10 p.m. Nov. 6. According to a police report, the weapon used was apparently a BB gun.
The man said he had gone to the location to purchase a video game system he had seen advertised for sale online. The boys were taken to Summit County Juvenile Detention Center.
Mailboxes hit by pumpkins: Police responded to reports of someone striking residential mailboxes with pumpkins during the first week of November.
According to police reports, mailboxes outside two Blue Heron Drive homes were discovered on Nov. 7 to have been damaged since the evening before and a Valerie Lane woman reported someone damaged an elderly neighbor’s mailbox at around 9 p.m. Nov. 6. Police reports did not include damage estimates.
Glass seen by door: Police said that after Cheshire Road residents reported seeing broken glass on the ground by a neighbor’s back door Nov. 7, it was determined that someone broke into the home while the homeowner was away during the previous two days. Police said it was unknown if anything was stolen, but damage to the door window was estimated at $100.
Items stolen from home: Police said that after they responded to a report that someone broke into a Nicholson Drive home during the day Nov. 1, it was determined that items totaling about $2,500 in value were stolen. Property reported taken included a jade bracelet, wallet, and various documents including four passports, a marriage certificate, two birth certificates, a shot record, two citizenship certificates, three vehicle titles, the deed to the home and an insurance policy.
A police report did not say whether there was forced entry.
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