POLICE CALLS



Summary of police activity for Liberty, Girard and Hubbard:
LIBERTY
Aug. 4
Theft: An employee at PDQ Car Wash, 951 Church Hill Road, discovered $385 worth of quarters missing from a change machine.
Bad checks: An employee at Midwest Money Center, 3026 Belmont Ave., reported three Boardman men, ages 19, 22 and 24, cashed three checks later returned for nonsufficient funds. The checks totaled $1,178.
Aug. 5
Theft: A Youngstown woman shopping at Giant Eagle, 4700 Belmont Ave., noticed that someone had stolen her purse from a shopping cart.
Theft: Someone entered a construction trailer in the 1500 block of Motor Inn Drive and took a $500 tool set.
Arrest: After pulling over a vehicle for running a stop sign, police arrested a 49-year-old Youngstown woman near Fifth Avenue and Ravine Drive. She was wanted on two felony charges -- one each of theft and tampering with records.
Aug. 6
Criminal damage: A man in the 1700 block of Naylor-Lloyd Road noticed his vehicle's windshield had been shot, likely with a BB gun. Damage was estimated at $300.
Theft: An employee at A.P. O'Horo, 3130 Belmont Ave., reported someone removed a section of fencing and stole a $500 golf cart and 12 aluminum castings from a storage shed.
Criminal damage: A Warren woman discovered her vehicle's driver's-side window had been broken while she was at a residence in the 1700 block of Naylor-Lloyd Road. Damage came to $250.
Aug. 7
Breaking and entering: An employee at Rentway, 2718 Belmont Ave., reported someone entered the business and deactivated the alarm before opening a safe and removing an undisclosedu amount of money and jewelry.
Assault: A girl alleged a Girard boy, 9, punched her in the stomach at her home in the 10 block of Scott Lane. The girl was not injured.
Aug. 8
Burglary: Nothing appeared to be missing from a residence in the 200 block of Colonial Drive after someone cut the bottom of a screen window and unlocked a screen door before breaking in. Several closet doors were found open.
Auto theft: A 1988 Buick Regal was stolen from a driveway in the 1300 block of Lois Lane.
Assault: A Youngstown man suffered jaw damage and bleeding from his head after he alleged another Youngstown man struck him in the face at an Ashland One Stop gas station, 2904 Belmont Ave. The victim and another man told police the suspect offered them a ride home, requested money and committed the assault after the men said they had no money.
Aug. 9
Theft: A man reported his grandson's 16-inch bicycle stolen from a patio area at the grandfather's home in the 200 block of Colonial Drive.
Breaking and entering: Someone pried open the rear doors and broke into Glass And More, Niagara Cyclo-Massage Sales Service Parts & amp; Repairs and another business, all three at 3622 Belmont Ave., before taking $55 from two of the businesses.
Robbery: A man in the 30 block of Marla Lane alleged two acquaintances, 18 and 22, came to his home and demanded his prescription medications and that, after he refused, one of the men struck him several times in the face. Sixty pills were taken.
Criminal damage: A woman in the 1700 block of Naylor-Lloyd Road reported five windows at a nearby apartment building had been shot with a BB gun.
Auto theft: A man reported his 1992 Ford Crown Victoria stolen from his driveway in the 5200 block of Logan Arms Drive.
Theft: A woman discovered a $200 gas-powered scooter had been taken from her garage in the 4000 block of Jefferson Court.
Auto theft: A woman alleged a 40-year-old Youngstown man staying at her home in the 1400 block of Townsend Avenue took her 1994 Pontiac Bonneville.
GIRARD
Aug. 7
Theft: A man reported his wallet had been removed from his car parked in the 300 block of Plymouth Avenue.
Breaking and entering: An Arlington, Va., man called police after seeing a man in his 30s closing the driver's-side door to the Virginia man's 2004 Buick sport-utility vehicle parked near a residence in the 1000 block of Woodlawn Avenue. Two other people reported the man had been acting suspiciously and may have been trying to break into other cars.
Theft: A 36-year-old Youngstown woman was arrested on a theft charge after nine cans of baby formula valued at $103 were stolen from Santisi IGA Super Center, 419 N. State St. She also was charged with resisting arrest and attempted escape after police say she led them on a foot pursuit and, after being apprehended, struggled with officers. Police added that she also slipped out of a set of handcuffs.
Breaking and entering: Nothing appeared to be missing after someone threw a rock, breaking the glass on a door, and entered an office at 422 Truck Sales Ltd., 1560 S. State St.
Vandalism: A man in the 500 block of East Liberty Street taking care of property on Front Street called police after someone left numerous tire tracks, tore down a fence and damaged some stakes in a garden.
Aug. 8
Assaults: A Boardman woman reported a man grabbed her around the throat and pushed her into a table and onto the ground while she was at the Alumni Inn, 346 Market St. The man said the woman assaulted him at the business.
HUBBARD
Aug. 4
Theft: An employee at Rite Aid Pharmacy, 147 W. Liberty St., reported a man left without paying for two book bags.
Aug. 5
Recovered property: A bicycle was recovered on a bike trail at Roosevelt School, 110 Orchard Ave., after a man in the 50 block of Mock Street reported it stolen from his garage.
Criminal mischief: Someone called police after some juveniles reportedly broke glass bottles in the Baldine Plaza parking lot on West Liberty Street.
Aug. 6
Criminal mischief: A man in the 20 block of Roosevelt Drive discovered his vehicle parked at Roosevelt School had been vandalized.
Aug. 7
Theft: An employee at Rite Aid Pharmacy reported a man fled in a vehicle after stealing various items.
Aug. 8
Criminal mischief: A woman in the 100 block of West Liberty Street called police after she said a man had been throwing objects at her.

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