Summary of police activity:

Summary of police activity:
Oct. 16
Criminal damaging: A man caused $600 damage to the paint of a vehicle parked in the 10 block of Holly Drive.
Theft: A newspaper vending machine was stolen from the front of Fortune Gardens, Belmont Avenue.
Theft: A 13-year-old Youngstown girl was arrested at Phar-Mor, 3551 Belmont Ave., in the theft of fake fingernails and body spray.
Theft: A 16-year-old Youngstown girl and a 16-year-old Campbell girl were arrested at Phar-Mor in the theft of $87 worth of cosmetics and $10 worth of hair supplies.
Oct. 17
Arrest: A 28-year-old Youngstown man was arrested on Logan Avenue for probation violation.
Theft: A man was unable to pay a $20 food bill at Pizza Hut, 3903 Belmont Ave.
Oct. 18
Criminal damaging: Someone shot BBs into a trailer in the 200 block of Liberty Street.
Attempted rape: A 33-year-old Youngstown man is accused of stealing a vehicle after attempting to rape a woman at the Tally hotel, Belmont Avenue.
Breaking and entering: Someone broke into a vehicle at the Holiday Inn, Motor Inn Drive, and stole a cell phone, credit cards and $10.
Robbery: A 34-year-old Youngstown man was arrested at Ames, 3551 Belmont Ave., in the theft of two sweatshirts.
Breaking and entering: Someone stole two drills, a glass block and a CD player from a house construction site in the 1000 block of Red Oaks Drive.
Oct. 19
Burglary: Someone entered a trailer in the 1 block of Kris Lane and stole $3,650 worth of items.
Theft: A man stole a television from the Knights Inn, 1600 Motor Inn Drive.
Oct. 20
Criminal damaging: Someone did $100 in damage to a mailbox in the 1000 block Fisher Drive.
Criminal damaging: Someone did damage to a mailbox in the 600 block of Ravine Drive.
Oct. 21
Criminal damaging: A mailbox was knocked off the post in the 800 block of Ravine Drive.
Criminal damaging: A man threw a rock at a truck and punched it in the 1000 block of Townsend Drive.
Theft: A YSU penguin was stolen from a yard in the 1000 block of Tomilu Drive.
Criminal damaging: Someone smashed out a window and damaged a phone line at Grimms Trailer Park, Churchill Hubbard Road.
Oct. 22
Theft: Someone stole $65 worth of Halloween decorations in the 1000 block of Lucretia Drive.
Forgery: Someone cashed a forged check for $762 at Home Savings and Loan, 3500 Belmont Ave.
Criminal damaging: A tire was punctured in the 1000 block of Churchill Road.
Oct. 19
Theft: A juvenile stole an item from Dairy Mart on Liberty Street.
Theft: A person was accused of shoplifting at Devine's, 529 North Main St.
Theft: A cell phone was stolen from a vehicle on East Liberty Street.
Oct. 20
Unruly: A 13-year-old Hubbard girl was charged with being an unruly juvenile in the 30 block of West Liberty Street.
Theft: A vehicle was broken into in the 500 block of West Liberty Street.
Oct. 22
Arrest: A women was arrested on Triangle Drive for fictitious plates and driving under suspension.
Theft: A cell phone was stolen from a vehicle at Hubbard Laundromat, 365 West Liberty St.
Oct. 23
Drug paraphernalia: Drug paraphernalia was found in a vehicle at Hubbard High School, 350 Hall Ave.
Oct. 24
Theft: A lawn ornament was stolen in the 300 block of Caroline Avenue.
Theft: A customer tried to shortchange an employee at Hubbard Gas and Mini Mart, 175 Youngstown Hubbard Road.
Theft: Someone paid for merchandise with a check on a closed account at Sally's Toys, 34 North Main St.
Oct. 22
Burglary: Someone stole a golf bag with clubs, a sand wedge, a wooden driver and shoes from a garage in the 3000 block of Swallow Hallow.
Suspended: A 25-year-old Boardman woman was arrested on Struthers Road for driving under suspension.
Oct. 23
Suspended: A 20-year-old Boardman man was arrested on Clingan Road for driving under suspension.
Oct. 26
Criminal damaging: A woman shattered a glass window when punching it in the 2000 block of Shetland Lane.
Oct. 27
Theft: A man stole a table, lamp and rifle in the 2000 block of Bel Aire Lane.
Criminal mischief: Someone spray painted the exterior of a home in the 8000 block of Kansas Road.

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