POLICE BLOTTER


POLICE BLOTTER
Canfield, Austintown
Summary of police activity:
CANFIELD CITY
Nov. 10
Burglary: Cash and jewelry were reported stolen from a residence in the 30 block of Montgomery Drive. The back door was kicked in and the house was found in disarray. Missing were a black onyx and diamond ring, several pairs of earrings, $150 in cash and $50 in old coins.
AUSTINTOWN
Nov. 4
Criminal damage: A brick was thrown through the window of a truck in the 3000 block of Ayrshire Drive.
Criminal damage: A window in McQuaid's gas station, 702 N. Meridian Road, was damaged.
Criminal damage: Two windows were broken at a residence in the 1000 block of Maplecrest Drive.
Theft: A total of $233.95 in diesel fuel was stolen from the TA Travel Center, 5400 Seventy-Six Drive.
Criminal damage: Clay targets damaged the siding at two residences in the 2000 block of Fox Chase.
Nov. 5
Breaking and entering: A garage was entered and a 2001 Honda motorcycle stolen from a residence in the 1000 block of South Canfield-Niles Road.
Theft: A cement mixer was stolen from a construction site at 5459 Mahoning Ave.
Breaking and entering: A storage shed was broken into in the 5000 block of Clarkins Drive.
Theft from auto: A hand-held radio was stolen from a vehicle at Wendy's, 5551 Interstate Blvd.
Child enticement: A white male in his 20s was reportedly asking children if they wanted candy on Idaho Road, Woodhurst Drive and Rhode Island Drive.
Theft: An AM-FM CD player was stolen from a vehicle parked at Regal Cinemas, 6020 Mahoning Ave.
Nov. 6
Criminal damage: A glass window was damaged in the first block of South Edgehill Avenue.
Theft: Scuba equipment was stolen from a vehicle parked at Hampton Inn, 880 N. Niles-Canfield Road.
Theft: An operating table was reported stolen from Austintown Ambulatory, 45 N. Canfield-Niles Road.
Criminal damage: A vehicle window was broken by rocks in the 2000 block of Woodgate Street.
Criminal damage: Household items were damaged at a residence in the 100 block of South Four Mile Run Road.
Criminal damage: A vehicle was hit by an unidentified man with a pool cue in the first block of North Edgehill Avenue.
Nov. 7
Theft: The front Ohio license plate was stolen from an auto in the 4000 block of Pembrook Road.
Criminal damage: A fence was damaged by a neighbor in the residential 3000 block of Bentwillow Lane.
Theft: A black purse was reported stolen from Sammy's, 1722 S. Raccoon Road.
Theft: Stereo equipment was reported stolen after the passenger window of a vehicle was broken out in the 400 block of North Meridian Road.
Nov. 8
Theft: A rocking chair was reported stolen from Cracker Barrel Restaurant, 5600 Interstate Blvd.
Theft: A CD player and transmission were stolen from a residence in the 100 block of Carnegie Ave.
Nov. 9
Theft: A CD player and a radar detector were reported stolen from a vehicle parked at Frank Ohl Middle School.
Aggravated robbery: A man took an unknown amount of money from Econolodge, 5431 Seventy-Six Drive.
Criminal damage: The left side of a car was scratched at the Skate Zone, 5420 Mahoning Ave.
Criminal damage: The windshield to a car was damaged in the 200 block of South Aldrich Road.
Criminal damage: The passenger door was dented and a sticky substance was poured on the hood, windshield, and passenger side of a vehicle parked at McDonald's Restaurant, 1709 S. Raccoon Road.
Nov. 10
Theft: Two men walked out without paying their bill at Denny's Restaurant, 4927 Mahoning Ave.
Theft: A boy's bicycle was stolen from McDonald's Restaurant, 1709 S. Raccoon Road.
Criminal damage: A brick was thrown through a car window in the 4000 block of Woodridge Drive.
Theft: Gasoline was reported stolen from True North, 60 N. Canfield-Niles Road.
Breaking and entering: Office equipment was reported stolen from a trailer at Fyda White, 5260 Seventy-Six Drive.
Criminal damage: A vehicle windshield was damaged in the 5000 block of Radcliffe Avenue.
Criminal damage: A rock was thrown through windows of a residence in the 3000 block of Orchard Hill Drive.


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