POLICE CALLS



POLICE CALLS
Summary of police activity in the city of Canfield and Austintown:
CANFIELD
Aug. 2
Drug paraphernalia: A 31-year-old Massillon man was arrested in the Colonial Plaza, 429 E. Main St., on a charge of possession of narcotic equipment, including a package of rolling papers
Aug. 5
Trafficking in marijuana: Police responded when an alarm went off at a home in the 400 block of Glen Oaks Drive. Construction workers who were repairing siding on the house were asked for identification, and a 30-year-old Salem man was found to have an active warrant from the Columbiana County Sheriff's Department. The man was arrested and taken to the Canfield station where he was picked up by a Columbiana deputy.
Aug. 6
Foot pursuit, drugs: A 49-year-old Canfield man was accused of possessing a plastic bag containing 5 grams of suspected marijuana, a tin containing a roach of suspected marijuana, three packs of rolling papers and a pipe containing suspected marijuana. Police attempted to stop the man in his vehicle on Blueberry Hill. He pulled into a drive in the 600 block of the street, exited the car and started jogging. He tried to pull away from an officer to run around to the back of the house and go in. He was charged with resisting arrest and possession of drug paraphernalia and drug abuse.
Potential arson: A 1998 Ford truck had a window smashed and the truck set ablaze in the parking lot of Professional Engine Systems, 495 W. Main St. The truck belonged to an employee. Windows on two other vehicles, 1996 and 1992 Dodge trucks, were also damaged.
Aug. 7
Possession: Police arrested a 19-year-old Alliance man on West Main Street on a marijuana possession charge.
Drugs: A 26-year-old Campbell man was arrested on charges of drug abuse, obtaining, possession, use and concealing. Police found 5.2 grams of suspected marijuana, two boxes of rolling paper, two packages of burnt wrappers and a silver drug siphoning case.
Aug. 8
Drug paraphernalia: A 21-year-old East Palestine man was arrested on a drug paraphernalia charge after police found suspected marijuana residue in a pipe.
AUSTINTOWN
Aug. 2
Criminal trespassing: Three females and a male were found swimming at a residence in the 4000 block of New Road.
Drug offense: An Austintown man was arrested on a charge of drug abuse of marijuana at South Main Street and Wickliffe Circle.
Theft from auto: A toolbox with tools was stolen from an auto in the 4000 block, Wording Court.
Theft: Jewelry was stolen from a residence in the 4000 block of New Road.
Theft: A digital camera was stolen from a desk at an apartment in the 50 block of Westchester Drive.
Theft: $1,748 in cash was taken at Penske, 350 Victoria Road.
Theft: Fuel was taken at Valley View Gas, 3605 Mahoning Ave.
Theft: A man was arrested on a charge of receiving stolen property. Mail was stolen from a victim in the 1000 block of South Meridian Road.
Breaking and entering: Lawn equipment was stolen from a garage in the 100 block of North Raccoon Road.
Aug. 3
Theft: A man stole a scanner at the TA Travel Center, 5400 Seventy-six Drive.
Criminal damaging: A mailbox was damaged in the 700 block of Oberlin Place. Three male juveniles are suspects.
Breaking and entering: A storage shed was broken into in the 100 block of Fairmeadow Drive.
Theft: Police have a male suspect in theft of a residence in the 3000 block, Allendale Avenue.
Theft from auto: Checks were taken from a vehicle in the 100 block of North Beverly Avenue.
Aug. 4
Breaking and entering: A 2004 Arctic Cat all-terrain vehicle was stolen from the 5000 block of Pinecrest Avenue.
Attempted auto theft: A window was broken and the ignition taken out of a vehicle at Key Auto Brokers, 5849 Mahoning Ave.
Theft: A man was accused of stealing ice cream and milk at Sheetz, 5499 Mahoning Ave.
Child endangering: A 21/2-year-old child was found in the roadway in the 1700 block of Celeste Circle.
Criminal damaging: A screen door was damaged in the 900 block of Compass West apartments.
Criminal damaging: A BB pellet hit a window in the 100 block of Aldrich Drive.
Auto theft: A 1993 Suzuki 750 was stolen from a residence in the 4000 block of Kirk Road.
Aug. 5
Theft: A paddle boat was stolen from the 3000 block of Easy Street.
Criminal damaging: A windshield was damaged on a vehicle at Alterra Clare Bridge Cottage of Austintown, 1420 S. Canfield-Niles Road.
Criminal damaging: A vehicle was damaged in the 5000 block of Madrid Drive.
Theft: A check and $5 cash were taken at Eat 'N Park, 5459 Mahoning Ave.
Theft from auto: A license plate was taken from a vehicle in the 4000 block of Kirk Road.
Criminal damaging: A mailbox was damaged in the 5000 block of Boulder Creek.
Burglary: A window screen was cut and coins were taken from a residence in the 200 block of Carnegie Avenue.
Theft: A wallet was taken at Wal-Mart, 6001 Mahoning Ave.
Disorderly conduct: A man was placed in county jail after being arrested on a disorderly conduct charge at Club 76, 5335 Seventy-six Drive.
Aug. 6
Theft from auto: A phone was taken from a vehicle at Valley View Gas, 3605 Mahoning Ave.
Criminal damaging: Rocks were thrown through a vehicle window in the 3000 block, Timber Lane.
Criminal damaging: A rock was thrown through a vehicle's window in the 3000 block of Bentwillow Drive.
Auto theft: A 1985 Chevrolet Camaro was stolen from the 2000 block of South Raccoon Road.
Theft: One thousand flower plants were stolen from the 5000 block of Kirk Road.
Theft: A trailer along with a riding mower and a push mower were stolen from a residence in the 4000 block of South Raccoon Road.
Theft: A gasoline drive-off was reported at Pilot Oil, 1150 N. Canfield-Niles Road.
Theft: Medication was stolen at AustinWoods Nursing Home, 4780 Kirk Road.
Aug. 7
Criminal damaging: A vehicle window was broken in the 2000 block of Penny Lane.
Theft: Twelve dollars in gasoline was stolen from Pilot Oil, 1150 N. Niles-Canfield Road.
Theft: A bicycle tire and rim were stolen from a residence in the 2000 block of Bainbridge St.
Theft: A $200 check was stolen at Aldi's, 5868 Mahoning Ave.

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