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

— Cuyahoga Falls —

Breaking and entering

Tools stolen from garage: A Lancaster Street man reported Nov. 24 that someone stole tools totaling an estimated $1,500 from his garage between Nov. 4 and 11. Police said there was no sign of forced entry and the method of entry was unknown.

Someone staying in home: A Stow man reported Nov. 18 that someone entered a vacant Sixth Street home he owns and had apparently been staying in a bedroom during the previous two weeks. A police report did not say how the home was entered.


Dead deer found at store: Police responded to a report Nov. 22 that someone left a dead deer in a trash bag by donation boxes in front of a Howe Avenue store since the evening before.

Criminal damaging

Tires punctured: A Union Street man and woman reported someone punctured one tire each on their two vehicles while they were parked in their driveway during the night Nov. 20. Police said the damage was approximately $400.


Home broken into: A 10th Street man reported discovering Nov. 19 that someone smashed his home’s rear door window, with the door left ajar, and took items totaling about $2,850 in value and unspecified medications while he was away during the previous five days.

Jewelry stolen from apartment: An Akron man reported Nov. 18 that someone stole jewelry totaling approximately $1,100 in value from his deceased mother’s Kennedy Boulevard apartment during the previous six days. A police report did not say whether there was forced entry.


Bike stolen from rack: A Cuyahoga Falls man reported someone stole his sister’s approximately $425 bicycle from a bike rack outside a State Road store during the early evening Nov. 17. A police report did not say whether the bike was secured to the rack.

Money taken from vehicle: A Cuyahoga Falls woman reported someone took $211 from her unlocked vehicle while it was parked outside a State Road store during the early afternoon Nov. 15.