Cuyahoga Falls police reports

Staff Writer
Kent Weeklies

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

— Cuyahoga Falls —


Bike taken from rack: A Prange Drive man reported July 1 that someone stole his approximately $200 bicycle from a rack on his vehicle while the vehicle was parked outside his apartment during the night.

Woman reports insurance scam: A Cuyahoga Falls woman reported June 25 that she was scammed out of $1,540 after she responded to a fake online insurance offer made over a social media site.

Banking statements taken from vehicle: A Kennedy Boulevard woman reported June 24 that someone stole some banking statements from her vehicle while it was parked outside her home during the night. A police report did not say whether there was forced entry.

Harassment by inmate

Spit hit officer’s eye: Police said they charged a 37-year-old Akron man with fifth-degree felony harassment by inmate after he allegedly spit in a police officer’s eye while he was being moved to a cell in Cuyahoga Falls City Jail. Police said the man was moved to Summit County Jail. Stow Municipal Court ordered that the man undergo medical testing.

Police said they charged the man earlier in the day with misdemeanor criminal damaging, menacing, prohibited weapon and fourth-degree misdemeanor domestic violence after he allegedly threatened his former live-in girlfriend and cracked her vehicle’s windshield, with the damage estimated at $400, while they were at a Main Street service station the previous evening. Police said the man also allegedly threatened a station store employee who came to the woman’s aid. Police also said they found a large fixed-blade knife in the man’s waistband.

Criminal damaging

Windshield broken: A Cuyahoga Falls woman reported June 29 that someone apparently threw an unknown object that struck and broke her vehicle’s windshield as she was coming to a stop at the Wyoga Lake and Seasons roads intersection at about 9:30 a.m. June 29. Police said the damage was estimated at $300.

Picnic table damaged: A Symphony Lane man reported June 29 that someone caused about $400 in damages to a picnic table at Blossom Glen Park in the Keyser Parkway and Quartette Lane area during the previous few days.

Criminal mischief

Eggs hit door: A Prange Drive woman reported someone struck her apartment’s front door with several eggs during the evening June 26.


Safe opened with key: A Norwood Street woman reported June 24 that someone unknown entered her locked home by unknown means, forced open her locked bedroom door and opened her safe after finding its key and stole cash, jewelry and a gun totaling about $6,150 in value since early January.