A summary of recent criminal activity in Hubbard and Liberty:
Breaking and entering: A man reported someone broke into his home in the 100 block of South Main Street.
Breaking and entering: A Mock Street woman called police after someone entered a vacant apartment next door to her. Officers spoke to two juveniles, but neither was charged.
Damage: An employee at Steven's Optical, 104 N. Main St., found that a garage on the property had been damaged.
Theft: A woman in the 200 block of Westview Avenue reported the theft of her debit card.
Drugs: A man reported seeing two people in a vehicle smoking suspected crack cocaine near Bedford and Pothour Wheeler roads.
Arrest: Police picked up a Hubbard woman in Boardman who was wanted on a warrant charging her with failure to appear on a driving-under-suspension charge.
Criminal mischief: A woman in the 100 block of Hager Street discovered someone had placed fecal matter in her swimming pool.
Theft: A motorist pumped gasoline and left a Shell True North station, 204 W. Liberty St., without paying.
Forgery: An employee at Patton's IGA Super Center, 880 W. Liberty St., told officers a woman presented a counterfeit check.
Identity theft: A woman in the 100 block of Cyrus Street told police someone fraudulently withdrew money from her National City Bank account.
Theft: A customer left a Shell True North station without paying for gasoline.
Theft: A man in the 700 block of Jones Street reported his car had been entered and his wallet stolen.
Identity theft: A woman in the 600 block of West Liberty Street discovered someone used her identity to try to remove money from her National City Bank account.
Breaking and entering: A woman noticed someone tried to break into her Mock Street residence.
Arrest: A Hager Street man surrendered to police on an outstanding warrant charging him with theft.
Auto theft/recovered property: After a woman in the 500 block of West Liberty Street reported her 1993 Chevrolet stolen, the vehicle was found near the Hubbard police station.
Arrest: A resident of John White Road gave himself up to police. He was wanted on an outstanding felony warrant charging him with one count each of burglary and theft.
Stolen property: After running a registration check on a car and determining it had been stolen, officers arrested a Girard man, 29, in the 3000 block of Belmont Avenue. He faced a felony charge of receiving stolen property after police learned the license plates were stolen. The man was not charged with the theft of the vehicle, however.
Drugs: After pulling over a vehicle near Logan Way and Redfern Drive, police charged a 24-year-old Youngstown man with felony drug abuse. The officers say they found inside a pouch behind the driver's-side seat a plastic bag containing four individually packaged rocks of suspected crack cocaine.