Summary of police activity for Hubbard, Liberty and Girard:

Summary of police activity for Hubbard, Liberty and Girard:
Feb. 25
Breaking and entering: A First Street man called 911 to report someone was attempting to break into his home through a rear door.
Recovered property: After observing a suspicious vehicle, police recovered a 1993 Buick, stolen in Youngstown, in the Sky Bank parking lot, 11 S. Main St.
Feb. 26
Arrest: Police arrested an Eastwood Drive man at his residence on a warrant charging him with two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia.
Feb. 27
Assault: A woman reported her son was assaulted at St. Patrick's School, 38 E. Water St.
Criminal damage: A Hillview Drive woman noticed someone placed glue in the keyhole to her mailbox.
Feb. 29
Criminal mischief: A man reported someone tossed a beer bottle at his vehicle as he was driving on Mount Everett Road.
Feb. 24
Theft: A Holmesville, Ohio, man reported a $300 toolbox stolen from a residence in the 300 block of Davis Street.
Vandalism: An employee at A.S. Friedkin & amp; Associates, 3223 Belmont Ave., reported someone dumped oil on a door and some windows.
Burglary: A woman in the 4700 block of Fifth Avenue alleged a man, 28, kicked in a rear door to her residence and took a $300 surround-sound system and a $500 DVD player.
Feb. 25
Auto theft: A 1990 Chevy Blazer was stolen from a parking lot near Belmont Avenue and East Montrose Street.
Feb. 26
Assault: A Youngstown woman alleged a man, 21, assaulted her in their room at the American Inn on Motor Inn Drive.
Auto theft: A 1989 Pontiac Bonneville was stolen from the Forum Health Dental Services parking lot, 510 Gypsy Lane.
Feb. 27
Arrest: After stopping a vehicle near Catherine Street and Parkwood Avenue for having no license-plate light, police arrested a 22-year-old Youngstown man. He was charged with carrying a concealed weapon, drug abuse (marijuana) and driving under suspension after officers say they found a bag of suspected marijuana under the front seat, as well as a pair of brass knuckles in the car.
Feb. 28
Arrest: After pulling over a vehicle in the Papa John's Pizza parking lot, 3175 Belmont Ave., for having no front license plate, police arrested a 28-year-old Youngstown man on charges of driving under suspension, furnishing false information and resisting arrest. Officers say he fled from his car, led them on a foot chase and left two children in the vehicle.
Arrest: A 22-year-old Hubbard man was arrested on Shady Road on one count of failure to appear in court to face a traffic charge.
Arrest: A Girard man, 31, was arrested at a Shell True North gas station, 3990 Belmont Ave., on a warrant charging him with domestic violence.
Feb. 29
Theft: An employee at West Fork Roadhouse, 3850 Belmont Ave., reported her wallet, $9 in cash and 20 checks were stolen from her purse that was inside a breakroom.
March 1
Theft: After reviewing his Visa credit-card account, an Arbor Circle man discovered someone placed $13,000 worth of fraudulent charges on the account.
Theft: A Youngstown man reported seeing someone steal his $250 26-inch bicycle from the T.W. Pet Center parking lot, 3551 Belmont Ave.
Theft: A man in the 60 block of Dunn Drive discovered two aluminum benches, a box of tools and two pairs of stilts taken. Estimated value of the items was $2,600.
Theft: An employee at Giant Eagle, 4700 Belmont Ave., noticed someone removed the rear license plate from her car.
Arrests: After conducting a traffic stop on Motor Inn Drive, police arrested two Youngstown women, 28 and 38. One was cited on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia and was charged with failure to appear in court on a probation violation charge; the other woman faced charges of driving under suspension (drug suspension) and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia. Officers say they found a suspected glass crack pipe under the car's passenger seat and another suspected crack pipe in her purse.
Feb. 27
Vandalism: An East Broadway Avenue woman reported someone spray-painted obscenities on a carport in the 300 block of Church Hill Road.
Burglary: A woman returned to her Robinwood Street residence and noticed it had been burglarized. A 27-inch TV, a surround-sound system, various compact discs and DVDs and assorted jewelry were missing.
Possible theft: An employee at Werner Trucking Co. in Omaha, Neb., reported a rear seal on his trailer was broken off, and that someone entered the trailer and tampered with two boxes while the vehicle was parked on South State Street.
Feb. 28
Arrests: Police arrested a Lawrence Avenue woman at her home on a charge of providing alcohol to underage people after a juvenile said she provided alcoholic beverages there. Also, several juveniles faced charges of underage consumption of alcohol.
Criminal damage: A man in the 200 block of East Main Street discovered his car's back window broken.
Criminal mischief: An employee at the Mahoning Country Club Inc., 710 E. Liberty St., reported someone drove three golf carts into a nearby pond and overturned two others in a wooded area.
Feb. 29
Arrest: After a traffic stop on Church Hill Road, a Tibbets-Wick Road man was charged with contributing to the delinquency of minors. Police say he had two boys, 16 and 17, in the car around 3 a.m., in violation of their curfew.
Criminal damage: A woman in the 800 block of Lincoln Avenue reported some juveniles smashed her front doorbell.
Criminal damage: Someone used a brick to smash a vehicle's rear window in the 400 block of Forsythe Avenue. The car's trunk lid was also damaged.
March 1
Arrest: After responding to a possible domestic situation at an apartment on West Liberty Street, police charged a Girard woman with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
Theft: A man in the 100 block of Church Hill Road discovered his toolbox had been stolen from his garage. Estimated value of the loss was $5,000 to $7,000.
Recovered property: Police recovered a 1993 Chevy Cavalier at a residence in the 100 block of Crumlin Avenue. The car was reported stolen in Niles.

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