A summary of recent criminal activity in Boardman Township:

A summary of recent criminal activity in Boardman Township:
May 27
Assault: A man told police a woman bit him after becoming angry when he accidentally knocked a mirror off her car in the Salty Grog's parking lot, 1203 Boardman-Poland Road.
Theft/criminal damage: A woman in the 4200 block of Hillman Way found her vehicle's driver's-side window smashed. An in-dash compact disc player was stolen.
Criminal damage: A man discovered a window broken at Mother Goose Preschool, 8061 Market St.
Identity fraud: A woman realized she was a victim after she discovered $304.30 had been fraudulently withdrawn from her account at Sky Bank, 7234 South Ave.
Theft: An employee at Auto Zone, 8290 Market St., reported the theft of two air hammers, an air grinder and an air impact wrench.
Theft: Officers arrested a Youngstown man, 26, on a theft charge after a worker at Sears in the Southern Park Mall reported someone stole a compression tester and a punch set.
Theft: A man discovered $93,531 had been stolen from him when he went to Farmer's National Bank, 102 W. Western Reserve Road.
Assault: A woman told police someone grabbed her and twisted her left wrist in the road near IGA Super Center, 223 Boardman-Canfield Road.
Assault: A woman alleged her boyfriend assaulted the victim at her apartment in the 6000 block of Applecrest Court.
Theft/criminal damage: An employee at The Vindicator, 107 Vindicator Square, found a newspaper box in front of Amendolara's Pizza & amp; Rolls, 5998 Market St., had been broken into. Loose change was removed.
Arrests: After pulling over a car near Lockwood Boulevard and U.S. Route 224, police arrested a Leavittsburg man and a Warren man, both 20. Each was charged with possession of drugs and underage possession of alcohol.
Arrest: Officers took into custody a 44-year-old man at his Jaguar Drive residence on a domestic-violence charge.
May 28
Theft: Someone left a BP station, 1090 Boardman-Poland Road, and failed to pay for gasoline. The amount was not in the report.
Theft: A customer left Target, 417 Boardman-Poland Road, without paying for a CD and a video game.
Theft: An employee at Wal-Mart, 1300 Doral Drive, reported the theft of miscellaneous items.
Theft: A worker at Payless Shoesource reported four pairs of shoes stolen.
Criminal damage: A man discovered damage to an attached garage and a carport at his residence in the 4900 block of Brookwood Road.
Theft: A woman returned to her vehicle while at Gabriel Bros., 850 Boardman-Poland Road, and noticed a CD player was missing.
Theft/criminal damage: A woman discovered her car had been damaged while she was at the Southern Park Mall, and that someone removed an in-dash stereo with a built-in CD player.
Arrest: Police arrested a 19-year-old Boardman man and charged him with obstructing official business.
Arrest: Officers apprehended a 24-year-old Orwell man on an assault charge. The suspect's former girlfriend alleged he assaulted her at the Southern Park Mall.
Arrest: Police arrested a Hubbard man, 44. He faced a theft charge after being accused of taking a sheet set from the J.C. Penney store in the Southern Park Mall.
May 29
Theft: Police arrested a man, 31, and a woman, 41, both from Youngstown, after two bottles of alcohol, a package of chicken and a bottle of body wash were stolen from Giant Eagle, 476 Boardman-Canfield Road. The man was charged with theft and menacing; the woman faced a charge of receiving stolen property and was wanted on two warrants.
Assault: A woman reported being assaulted while at the Southern Park Mall.
Burglary: A man discovered his apartment in the 100 block of Shields Road had been broken into. A $60 collectible soup clock was taken.
Theft: An employee at New Valley Transport Inc., 270 Washington Blvd., reported a theft of services in which someone failed to pay a $35 taxi fee.
Assault: Police responded to a fight between two men in front of Oak Express, 444 Boardman-Canfield Road.
Arrest: A Struthers man, 19, was picked up at the LaVilla Restaurant, 812 Youngstown-Poland Road, and turned over to Boardman police. He was wanted on a felony warrant charging him with possession of drugs.
Arrest: A 19-year-old Boardman man was arrested at Denny's Restaurant, 154 Boardman-Canfield Road, on a charge of obstructing official business.
Arrest: A 29-year-old Youngstown man was arrested in the 800 block of Compton Lane. He faced charges of operating a vehicle under the influence, obstructing official business, failure to comply with the orders of a police officer and two traffic violations.
Arrest: A 19-year-old Struthers man was charged with obstructing official business and resisting arrest after police say he fled on foot from a vehicle they pulled over for missing a headlight.
Arrest: After conducting a traffic stop, officers arrested a 24-year-old Boardman man after they say he tried to pass off someone else's identity as his own during the stop. He was charged with obstructing official business, and police discovered he was wanted on a warrant from Pennsylvania charging him with probation violation.
May 30
Burglary: A man in the 5000 block of Aravesta Avenue discovered his apartment had been broken into.
Theft: A man in the 4000 block of South Avenue noticed both license plates had been stolen off his vehicle.
Theft: A man visiting the Boardman Inn, 7109 Market St., reported being a victim of theft.
Theft/criminal damage: A woman in the 4000 block of Hillman Way discovered damage to her car, and that a portable DVD player was missing.
Unauthorized use of a vehicle: A woman reported her car was used without permission while she was at Country Fair Food Store, 7465 South Ave.
Theft: A woman reported a small statue missing from her yard in the 800 block of Larkridge Drive.
Theft: A man came out of the Southern Park Mall and found his truck had been broken into and that various items were missing.
Arrest: A 16-year-old Lisbon girl was charged with theft after being accused of stealing clothes and perfume products from various businesses at Southern Park Mall.

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