A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland and Boardman Township:

A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland and Boardman Township:
Aug. 7
Threats: A North Main Street girl, 15, reported another girl threatened her with physical harm via e-mail messages.
Aug. 4
Theft: A customer left Eat 'n' Park Restaurant, 8051 Market St., without paying a food bill.
Assault: A man told police he and two friends were assaulted while at Salty Grogs, 1203 Boardman-Poland Road.
Breaking and entering: Someone broke into Country Fair Food Mart, 7465 South Ave.
Criminal damaging: A man in the 7500 block of Eisenhower Drive discovered damage to his mailbox.
Criminal damaging: A man in the 8000 block of Southern Boulevard found out someone tossed a brick through his car window.
Theft: A woman reported an air-conditioning unit stolen from her apartment in the 5000 block of Aravesta Avenue.
Theft: Someone stole cigarettes from a Speedway gas station, 649 E. Midlothian Blvd.
Theft: A jersey was taken from Sportstown in the Southern Park Mall.
Identity fraud: A woman in the 300 block of Mathews Road discovered someone is fraudulently using her Social Security number.
Burglary: A woman reported someone broke into her apartment in the 5000 block of Forest Park Drive.
Assault/criminal mischief: An employee at a Shell gas station, 5135 Market St., told police an angry customer pushed merchandise displays off a sales counter and struck her, and that the customer tossed other displays onto the ground.
Domestic violence: A 40-year-old Boardman man was picked up on Lake Park Road and charged with domestic violence after a Lightner Place woman reported being a victim.
Arrest: A Youngstown woman, 47, was arrested at Wal-Mart, 1300 Doral Drive, and charged with complicity to theft.
Arrest: Officers apprehended a 38-year-old Youngstown woman in the 4900 block of Market Street. She was wanted on a warrant charging her with passing bad checks.
Arrests: A Boardman man, 25, and a Struthers man, 37, were arrested at Giant Eagle, 476 Boardman-Canfield Road. One was charged with theft and possession of drug-abuse instruments; the other man faced one count of obstructing official business.
Aug. 5
Arrests: After officers say they saw a passenger fire a shot from a vehicle and saw the car driving erratically, they made three arrests near Market Street and Midlothian Boulevard. Arrested were a Youngstown man, 29, an Austintown man, 26, and a New Springfield man, 25, and charges included carrying a concealed weapon and driving under the influence. One suspect was wanted on two warrants charging him with failure to appear in court.
Assault: A woman said she was punched in the arm during an argument with a co-worker at Advanced Cardiology Inc., 905 Sahara Trail.
Fraud: A Boardman man told police he ordered a $600 television over the Internet and that the item never arrived.
Arrest: After conducting a traffic stop on a vehicle missing its front license plate, officers arrested a 22-year-old Youngstown woman on a charge of obstructing official business and on a warrant charging her with failure to appear.
Domestic violence: A 61-year-old Baymar Drive man was charged with domestic violence after a 14-year-old family member said he was a victim.
Domestic violence: A Colwyn Court man, 26, faced a domestic-violence charge after his wife reported being a victim.
Auto theft/recovered property: Police located a 1992 Chevy Caprice in Youngstown after the owner reported it stolen from Cochran's Sparkle Market, 4121 South Ave.
Theft: A woman reported the theft of credit cards and money from her home in the 200 block of Shields Road.
Arrest: Charges against a 28-year-old Boardman man were driving under the influence, operating a vehicle while under the influence and failure to stop with an assured clear distance ahead. Police say a drunken driver with a blood alcohol content of .0238 struck a motorcycle stopped at a red light.
Aug. 6
Arrests: After investigating a report of a suspicious person asking for money at a BP gas station, 310 Boardman-Canfield Road, officers ran the vehicle's license plate and discovered the car had been stolen in Trumbull County. Arrested were a Warren man, 28, and a Jacksonville, Fla., woman, 24; charges included receiving stolen property, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of drug-abuse instruments.
Arson/criminal mischief: An Oakridge Drive woman called police after seeing her neighbor's shed on fire and noticing someone tossed eggs at the neighbor's car.
Arrest: After responding to a report of someone sleeping outside of Lowe's, 1100 Doral Drive, officers arrested a 30-year-old Boardman man. He was wanted on warrants from Columbiana County charging him with theft and passing bad checks.
Theft: A customer left a Shell station, 1510 Boardman-Canfield Road, without paying for gasoline.
Vandalism: An Aspen Lane woman discovered damage to a home under construction.
Criminal damaging: A man in the 4600 block of Euclid Boulevard noticed a rear window damaged on his car.
Theft: A man reported the theft of his cell phone while he was at Smoker Friendly, 4605 Market St.
Burglary: A man reported property missing from his residence in the 4200 block of South Avenue.
Theft: A woman reported an oak table and a TV stand were removed from her apartment in the 1100 block of Boardman-Canfield Road.
Theft: Someone stole a woman's purse while she was at the Boardman Tennis & amp; Swim Club, 6907 West Blvd.
Auto theft: A man reported his vehicle stolen while he was at Lowe's.
Robbery: An employee at a Speedway gas station, 649 E. Midlothian Blvd., told police a co-worker was pushed into a display case while someone stole 12 cartons of cigarettes.
Arrest: Police picked up a 33-year-old Boardman man walking on Market Street after learning he was wanted on a warrant from Boardman charging him with burglary.
Drugs: After pulling over a vehicle, Boardman police arrested a Youngstown woman, 36, on a felony warrant from Portage County charging her with possession of drugs. She also was charged with trafficking in drugs (cocaine) after officers say they found packets of suspected cocaine in her purse.
Arrest: Police took into custody a 28-year-old man at his Tod Avenue residence who was wanted on a felony warrant charging him with trafficking in drugs.
Theft: Someone placed fake coins in a Vindicator box in the 5000 block of Youngstown-Poland Road, and took newspapers.
Aug. 7
Vandalism: Someone used caulking material to damage a Vindicator box in the 5000 block of Youngstown-Poland Road.
Auto theft: A woman discovered her 1994 Chevy Lumina missing from Cinemark Movies 8, 469 Boardman-Poland Road.
Unauthorized use of a vehicle: A woman in the 5000 block of Forest Park Drive reported her car was used without permission.
Domestic violence/assault: Two Boardman women, 19 and 21, wanted on warrants, surrendered to police after a man in the 6700 block of Tippecanoe Road told officers he was attacked. One woman was charged with domestic violence, the other with assault.
Theft: Officers arrested a 15-year-old Youngstown boy on two counts of theft after a South Avenue man reported his bicycle stolen. The boy was accused of taking the bicycle from the victim's porch and riding it to Wal-Mart, where he was suspected of stealing a BB gun and BBs.
Burglary: A Boardman man, 28, was arrested on a burglary charge after someone was seen leaving the apartment of a woman in the 4800 block of Brookwood Road who reported being a victim.
Attempted burglary: A woman in the 6800 block of Lockwood Boulevard told police a man opened a rear screen door to her apartment and exposed himself.
Attempted burglary: Police discovered someone tried to gain entry to an apartment in the 800 block of Cook Avenue without permission.
Arrest: A Brookfield Avenue man, 20, was taken into custody at his residence on a warrant charging him with domestic violence.
Vandalism: A boy, 13, and two 14-year-old boys, all from Boardman, faced felony vandalism charges after a man said he caught the three leaving a home under construction. Police say the boys admitted damaging the residence; two also were charged with criminal trespass.

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