POLICE BLOTTER Canfield city, Austintown

Summary of police activity:
June 3
Arrest: Police arrested a 27-year-old Warren man on charges of carrying a concealed handgun and possession of drug paraphernalia on West Main Street.
June 8
Drug paraphernalia: A public works employee found a small metal marijuana pipe with the apparent residue of suspected marijuana in it on top of the trash container in front of Farmers National Bank, 20 S. Broad Street.
June 3
Burglary: A video camera was reported stolen from Kirk Road.
Criminal damage: A trampoline was reported damaged at a Duke Circle home.
Burglary: Loose change was stolen from an apartment in the 1000 block of Fountain Square.
Breaking and entering: A bow, contractor saw, miter saw and other tools were reported stolen from a Western Place home.
Attempted burglary: Someone tried to pry open a door at a South Turner Road home.
Criminal damage: Paint was thrown on a vehicle parked on Fountain Square Drive.
June 4
Theft: Temporary Ohio license tags were stolen from a vehicle parked on Westchester Drive.
Breaking and entering: A storage trailer was broken into but nothing was taken at Glenwood Cycle, 69 Fitch Blvd.
Criminal damage: Someone broke into a mailbox at a Kirk Road home.
Breaking and entering: Someone stole six sheets of plywood from Skelly Foam Products, 3890 Oakwood Ave.
Vehicle theft: A 1998 Trailblazer trailer parked on North Niles-Canfield Road and filled with computer desks and copiers was reported stolen.
Criminal damage: Someone used a rock to damage two windows and a metal frame at Davis Elementary School.
Theft: Someone stole a pair of Nike athletic shoes from the women's locker room at Austintown Ambulatory, 45 N. Canfield-Niles Road.
Criminal damage: Someone shattered a door window at Austintown Fitch High School, 4560 Falcon Drive.
Criminal damage: The window was broken out and a vehicle was ransacked at Wedgewood Lanes, 1741 S. Raccoon Road.
Theft: The lock was pulled from the door of a vehicle and an AM-FM stereo was stolen at Wedgewood Lanes.
June 5
Sex offense: Police arrested a woman on charges of loitering for solicitation at The Rebel Lounge, 5335 Seventy-Six Drive.
Theft: Someone stole a stereo, amplifier and 50 compact discs from a vehicle parked at a South Raccoon Road home.
Theft: Someone took $20 from a purse in the bridal room at Briarfield at Ashley Circle, 5291 Ashley Circle.
Auto theft: Someone stole a a 1992 Ford Thunderbird parked in the J.C. Penney parking lot, 6000 Mahoning Ave.
Aggravated burglary: Someone took a shotgun and a muzzle loader from a Fairview Road home.
June 7
Theft: A woman stole $1,300 from a truck driver who had stopped at The Rebel Lounge rear lot.
Criminal damage: Someone broke a window and mirror and dented a door on a 1995 Chevrolet Astro van found on South Kimberly Avenue.
Theft: Someone took two mountain bikes from an Ayrshire Boulevard home.
Dog theft: Someone took a Boston terrier named Scrapper from a North Redgate Lane home.
Theft: Someone stole $34 in gasoline from the BP gas station, 3107 S. Canfield-Niles Road.
June 8
Breaking and entering: An unattached garage was broken into and a vehicle inside was damaged at a South Raccoon Road home.
Criminal damage: A woman is suspected of damaging the vehicle of an ex-boyfriend parked at The Mill, 1743 S. Raccoon Road.
Criminal damage: Someone broke a window at McQuaid's, 702 N. Meridian Road.
Criminal damage: Someone damaged a vehicle parked on North Edgehill Avenue.
Criminal damaging: Police reported damage to three vehicles parked at King Kar Motors, 4120 Mahoning Ave.
Burglary: Someone stole a television and video equipment from a South Raccoon Road home.
June 9
Criminal damage: Someone used a key to scratch up the finish of a vehicle parked on Deer Creek Drive.
Burglary: Someone kicked out a crawl-space hole in the attic of a Rhode Island Drive home.
Burglary: Someone stole $200 from a residence in the Compass West apartments.
Auto theft: Someone stole a 1995 Ford parked at a Kirk Road apartment.
Theft: Someone stole a satellite dish from the front yard of a Burkey Road home.

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