Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by local law enforcement agencies. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.
— Cuyahoga Falls —
Gun found in vehicle: A Mayfield Heights man, 64, and a Beachwood man, 36, were charged with third-degree felony weapons under disability following an unspecified traffic stop at the intersection of Munroe Falls Avenue and Stone Street at about 2:35 a.m. April 17. The younger man was also charged with fourth-degree felony carrying a concealed weapon and misdemeanor falsification and resisting arrest and the older man was also charged with misdemeanor carrying a concealed weapon and obstructing official business. Police said both men falsely identified the younger man, who was wanted on unspecified arrest warrants. Police said the younger man ran from them, then wrestled with them after they caught him.
Police said weapons charges were due to a loaded handgun found in the vehicle. The weapons under disability charges were due to men not being allowed to possess firearms, the older man because of a prior felony drug trafficking conviction and the younger man because of the warrants, said police.
Both men were taken to Cuyahoga Falls City Jail.
Fraudulent ad posted: A Cuyahoga Falls man reported April 15 that someone using his identity was advertising property he owns as being for rent online. The man said the unknown person was using a legitimate ad he posted on another website, but with a different phone number for prospective renters to call.
Card charged: An Ohio Street man reported April 14 that someone used his bank card information to make purchases totaling about $640 during the previous two weeks.
Packages stolen: Two Cuyahoga Falls women reported someone stole packages after they were delivered to their front doors in mid-April.
A Buckingham Court woman reported someone took a package containing a $219 sewing machine after its April 15 delivery.
A Beacon Hills Circle woman reported someone stole two packages containing fitness equipment and health drinks totaling more than $90 in value after they were delivered April 14.
Tools stolen: A Magnolia Avenue woman reported someone took about $1,500 worth of tools from near a shed on her property during the late evening April 9.
Attempted breaking and entering
Door latch damaged: A Valencia Drive woman reported April 14 that someone tried to break into her unattached garage during the night after she discovered a garage door latch was damaged. Police said the garage was apparently not entered and the damage was estimated at $50.
Breaking and entering
Cash and trimmers stolen: The owner of a Graham Road barber shop reported April 12 that someone broke into the shop by smashing a front window and stole about $1,000 from a drawer and two hair trimmers totaling about $200 in value since the evening before. A police report did not include a damage estimate.
Items stolen from garage: An Oak Park Boulevard man reported someone stole a generator, a power washer and some tools totaling about $700 in value from his unlocked garage during the late evening April 10.
Vehicle scratched: A French Mill Run woman reported someone scratched her car’s driver side doors while the vehicle was parked outside her apartment during the late afternoon April 12. A police report did not include a damage estimate.
Fuel lines cut: A Maitland Avenue woman reported April 10 that someone cut her vehicle’s fuel lines, causing gasoline to spill out, while the vehicle was parked outside her home since the evening before. Police said the damage was estimated at $120.