Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by local law enforcement agencies. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.
— Munroe Falls —
Juveniles seen in area: Police responded to a report of two unknown suspicious juvenile boys on Prentiss Street during the early evening Feb. 10. Police said they searched the area, but could not find the males. Police said they spoke to two children living on the street who said they had seen the males walking around the area over the previous couple of days, but did not know who they were.
Lehner door found open: A police reserve officer on patrol reported finding the rear sliding door of the city-owned Lehner Community Center off South River Road open at about 10:35 a.m. Feb. 9. Police said they checked the building, did not find anything wrong and locked the door.
Possibly impaired driver reported: Police said they responded to the area of Route 91 and Munroe Falls Avenue after receiving a report of a vehicle that was traveling at under the speed limit and crossing lane lines at about 10:40 p.m. Feb. 4. Police said they were unable to locate the vehicle.
— Stow —
Vehicles scratched at high school: Two Stow-Munroe Falls High School students reported someone scratched the sides of vehicles they were using while they were parked in the school’s student parking lot during the morning or early afternoon, with one incident occurring on Jan. 30 and the other the next day. Police said there were no suspects and a police report did not include damage estimates.
Dressing taken from package: A woman reported someone opened a package after it was delivered to her home in Crestdale Drive’s 2000 block Jan. 30 and took the raspberry dressing of unspecified value that was inside.
Phone sent to wrong address: A Stow man reported Jan. 29 that after selling a cell phone for $200 on an online auction site, he received an email from somebody he believed was the buyer requesting that he send the phone to a different address, one in Delaware. The man said he did so and tracking showed the phone was delivered, but then he discovered the buyer did not send the email. The man said the auction site agreed it would reimburse the money, but wanted him to file a police report. He said he initially contacted the police department with jurisdiction in the area where he mailed the phone, but they told him to file with Stow police. Stow police said they would contact the department in Delaware with the information the man provided.
Crab legs stolen at store: A manager of a store in Kent Road’s 4300 block reported an unidentified person left the store without paying for two packages of crab legs totaling more than $30 in value Jan. 28.