Summary of police activity:
July 22
Criminal damaging: A vehicle parked on South Raccoon Road was damaged.
Criminal damaging: The aluminum siding and glass window of a Mahoning Avenue building were damaged by a BB gun pellet.
Theft: The front license plate was stolen from a vehicle parked on Woodhurst Drive.
Theft: Items were taken from a vehicle parked on Clarkins Drive.
Criminal damaging: Thirty feet of wire fence was damaged in the 6000 block of Kirk Road.
Theft: A gas grill was stolen from Kmart, 4475 Mahoning Ave.
Theft: Compact disks and money were taken from a vehicle parked on South Raccoon Road.
July 23
Criminal damaging: Vandals damaged the paint finish of a vehicle parked on Hamman Drive.
Counterfeit: A $20 counterfeit bill was passed at The Babylon, 114 Javit Court.
Criminal damaging: Vandals damaged the siding of a Country Green Drive home.
Theft: A compact disk player was taken from an auto parked on Mahoning Avenue.
Criminal damaging: Vandals damaged a parking lot and down spouts of a North Meridian Road building.
July 24
Weapons offense: Police arrested a woman accused of carrying a knife at the Rebel Lounge, 5335 Seventy-Six Drive.
Auto theft: A vehicle that was parked on London Drive was reported stolen.
Breaking and entering: An air conditioning unit was removed and the business entered at Crestwood Massage Therapy, 1685 S. Raccoon Road, but police report nothing was taken.
Criminal mischief: A portable toilet was dumped into a pond at Austintown Township Park, 6000 Mahoning Ave.
Breaking and entering: Bicycles and a ladder were taken from an unlocked garage of a Westminster Avenue home.
Criminal damaging: A sign at Trumbull Industries, 1040 N. Meridian Road, was spray painted.
Theft: Sixty-five compact disks and change were stolen from a vehicle parked at Kmart.
July 25
Theft: A person placed a brick in a stereo box and returned it for $148 in cash at Wal-Mart, 6001 Mahoning Ave.
Theft: Police arrested two male teen-agers in the theft of a stereo from a vehicle parked on Carnegie Avenue.
Theft: The Ohio registration was stolen from a vehicle parked on Woodland Trace.
Burglary: A diamond ring and $400 were stolen from a Bainbridge Street home.
Fraud: A total of $400 was charged to a person's credit card. The victim lives on South DeHoff Drive.
Breaking and entering: Two weed whackers were stolen from a Lanterman Road home.
Theft: A compact disk player was taken from a vehicle parked at Perkins Restaurant, 5550 Interstate Blvd.
July 26
Criminal damaging: A rock was thrown through the windshield of a vehicle parked at King Kar, 4125 Mahoning Ave.
Criminal mischief: Vandals spray painted a concession stand on Vassar Road.
Theft: A .22-caliber revolver was stolen from a guest room at Westgate Manor Motel, 4493 Mahoning Ave.
Theft: A Sony PlayStation, six games and a remote control were stolen from a North Roanoke Avenue home.
Theft: A man stole two saws from Big Lots, 1730 S. Raccoon Road.
Arrest: Police charged a man with breaking and entering the Golden Food Mart, 4290 New Road.
Burglary: A rear door was broken and entry gained to a Aldrich Drive home.
July 27
Theft: A cellular phone was stolen from a vehicle parked on Victoria Road.
Criminal damaging: A window was broken with a golf ball at Frank Ohl Middle School, 255 Idaho Road.
Theft: A 27-inch television was stolen from Econo Lodge, 5431 Seventy-Six Drive.
Criminal damaging: Vandals damaged the vinyl siding of a Purdue Avenue home.
July 28
Theft: A girl's 18-speed bike was reported stolen from a North Redgate Lane home.
Theft: A 26-inch, 18-speed mountain bike was stolen from a North Redgate Lane Home.
Criminal damaging: Vehicle windows were damaged at a North Kimberly Avenue home.
Vehicle theft: A 1991 Ford F-150 was stolen from Charlie's, 4455 Kirk Road.
Theft: A 20-inch bicycle was taken from the front yard of a Timberlane Drive home.
Theft: Six pizzas were purchased on an invalid credit card at Pizza Hut, 1705 S. Raccoon Road.
Breaking and entering: A four-wheel vehicle was taken from the unattached garage of a South Turner Road home.

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