A summary of recent police activity in Hubbard, Liberty and Girard:
Bad checks: An employee at Patton's IGA Super Center, 880 W. Liberty St., told police a Hubbard man presented two bad checks.
Bad checks: Lowellville police reported a Caroline Avenue woman had cashed some checks, stolen in Lowellville, at Patton's IGA Super Center.
Arrest: After pulling over a vehicle for running a red light, police arrested a Poland man near Hubbard Music, 51 N. Main St. The suspect was wanted on a misdemeanor warrant from Hubbard charging him with criminal trespass.
Arrest: An East Park Avenue man surrendered his son, no age given, to police. The son was wanted on a felony warrant from Girard charging him with passing bad checks.
Forgery: A woman in the 7400 block of Chestnut Ridge Drive discovered some checks stolen from her home and alleged her son-in-law, 46, may have forged and cashed them at an undetermined location.
Theft: A man reported a minibike stolen from his front porch in the 400 block of Idaho Avenue.
Theft: A Sebring man discovered his wallet missing when he visited his girlfriend's home in the 1700 block of Oak Street.
Menacing: A North State Street woman said a neighbor threatened to beat her up during a dispute involving the two women's children. The other woman said the victim threatened her.
Assault: Police responded to a report of a man and a woman fighting at a Shell True North gas station, 307 S. State St. The woman later said she struck her boyfriend inside the vehicle as they traveled on Trumbull Avenue.
Unauthorized use of a vehicle: A woman in the 100 block of East Broadway Avenue said her daughter, 18, took her 2000 Ford Mustang without permission.
Theft: An employee at Aim Nationalease, 1500 Trumbull Ave., reported a Ravenna man, 49, rented a truck and failed to make payments on the vehicle.
Drugs: After stopping a car near Belmont Avenue and Naylor-Lloyd Road for a moving violation, officers arrested a 46-year-old Girard man on charges of drug abuse and driving under the influence. Police say they found a rolled cigarette containing suspected marijuana inside a cigarette pack.
Aggravated robbery: A Youngstown woman told police that after giving a ride to a relative's friend on Ohio Avenue, the man, 35 to 40, pulled a knife and ordered her to drive. The victim jumped out of the vehicle near Gypsy Lane and Logan Avenue, and the man stole her 1989 Buick LeSabre.
Auto theft: An employee at Cleveland Auto Wrecking Co. Inc., 2700 Youngstown-Hubbard Road, discovered someone had entered the salvage yard before damaging some vehicles and stealing a 1991 Buick Regal.
Theft: A Youngstown woman told police that after offering a ride to someone in the Big Lots parking lot, 3479 Belmont Ave., she discovered her purse missing.