Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by local law enforcement agencies. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.
— Tallmadge —
Damages reported at fairground: Police responded to reports of damages to property at the Summit County Fairground during a two-day period in April.
A manager for a Munroe Falls electrical contractor reported April 7 that someone caused an estimated $5,000 in damages to six company-owned vehicles parked at the fairground since the evening before by smashing the vehicle’s side windows, the windshields of two vehicles and the headlights of some of the vehicles.
A fairground manager reported April 6 that someone caused an estimated $3,200 in damages since the day before by tearing the covers off three boats left on the property and ransacking them, as well as two dump trucks and a food trailer.
Police said there were no suspects.
Tools taken from garage: A man reported someone took a toolbox from his open attached garage in Evergreen Drive’s 400 block during the late morning April 6. He said he found the toolbox abandoned in a flower bed next to his house, but tools totaling more than $300 in value were missing from it.
Man chased suspect: A man reported seeing an unidentified person trying to open his attached garage’s door through a security camera and then take an approximately $200 bicycle that was leaning against his home in West Garwood Drive’s 200 block at about 9:15 p.m. April 5. The man said he briefly chased the person, who abandoned the bike and ran away.
Breaking and entering
Items missing from storage unit: An Alabama woman reported April 4 that someone apparently took some collectibles and other items of unspecified value from her rented storage unit in Brittain Road’s 1500 block since June 2018. Police said there were no signs of forced entry.
Vehicle parts removed: A Whitehall Drive man reported April 1 that someone stole his vehicle’s catalytic converter and oxygen sensor of unspecified values while the vehicle was parked outside his home during the night.