A summary of recent criminal activity in Boardman:

A summary of recent criminal activity in Boardman:
Sept. 21
Theft: An employee at Dillard's in the Southern Park Mall discovered property stolen from a sales floor.
Misuse of a credit card: A woman found out her credit card was fraudulently used at Target, 417 Boardman-Poland Road.
Identity fraud: A woman discovered an unauthorized withdrawal was made from her account at Home Savings and Loan, 7525 Market St.
Theft: Police arrested two Youngstown women, 29 and 40, on theft charges after merchandise was stolen from Wal-Mart, 1300 Doral Drive.
Theft: A man in the 4500 block of New England Boulevard reported the theft of five lawn ornaments from his yard.
Criminal damaging: A woman in the 300 block of Boardman-Poland Road told police someone intentionally flattened her car's tires.
Theft: A woman discovered gasoline was stolen from her vehicle at her residence in the 1300 block of Red Tail Hawk Drive.
Assault: A man told police he was assaulted near South Avenue and Cedar Way.
Robbery: A woman in the 5000 block of Aravesta Avenue reported being robbed of her purse while sitting in her car.
Arrests: In unrelated cases, two Boardman men, 18 and 24, were picked up on warrants. Charges were falsification and theft.
Assault: An 18-year-old New Springfield man faced an assault charge after a victim said he was punched in the head.
Drugs: A 45-year-old Boardman man was arrested during an investigation on one felony drug-abuse charge. Police say he had suspected crack cocaine in his possession.
Sept. 22
Theft: A 35-year-old Youngstown man was charged with theft after being accused of stealing steaks from Giant Eagle, 476 Boardman-Canfield Road.
Domestic violence: Officers took into custody a Boardman man, 57, on a domestic-violence charge after a Bristlewood Drive woman alleged he punched her on the left side of her head in her driveway.
Drugs: After pulling over a vehicle near Family Video, 5205 Market St., police cited a 20-year-old Campbell man on one count of possession of marijuana. Officers say they found suspected marijuana in the car.
Theft: A man reported his cellular phone stolen while at Wal-Mart.
Domestic violence: A Boardman woman, 24, was charged with domestic violence after a man in the 100 block of Washington Boulevard reported being a victim. Also arrested was a 20-year-old Boardman woman. She was charged with obstructing official business.
Auto theft: A man in the 4000 block of Glenwood Avenue discovered his car stolen.
Drugs: While investigating a suspicious vehicle near the Outback Steakhouse, officers apprehended a Boardman man, 20, on a charge of possession of psilocybin mushrooms (hallucinogenics), a felony, and possession of marijuana, a misdemeanor.
Burglary: A woman in the 800 block of Moyer Avenue reported her home was broken into and items stolen.
Domestic violence: After going to a Willow Drive residence in reference to a juvenile investigation, police learned a 30-year-old man was wanted on a felony warrant charging him with domestic violence. He was taken into custody.
Theft: Police charged an 18-year-old Boardman man with theft after beer was stolen from Giant Eagle, 476 Boardman-Canfield Road.
Sept. 23
Theft: Tires were stolen off a vehicle at Greenwood Market Motors, 7871 Market St.
Theft: A man discovered two cars were broken into in the 100 block of Lemans Drive.
Unauthorized use of a vehicle: A woman in the 4000 block of Glenwood Avenue told police her car was used and not returned.
Drugs: A 47-year-old Boardman man was apprehended in North Lima. He was wanted on two warrants charging him with one count each of complicity to trafficking.
Arrest: Officers arrested a 33-year-old Youngstown woman at the J.C. Penney store in the Southern Park Mall on charges of theft and obstructing official business. She also was wanted on a felony warrant charging her with domestic violence.
Sept. 24
Theft: Gasoline was stolen from a Get Go station, 6911 South Ave.
Theft: Police arrested a 22-year-old Youngstown man on a theft charge after a pair of boots was stolen from Gabriel Bros., 850 Boardman-Poland Road.
Theft: After merchandise was stolen from Kohl's, 383 Boardman-Poland Road, an 18-year-old Boardman woman was charged with theft.
Theft: An employee at Outback Steakhouse told police someone stole items from her car and a co-worker's vehicle.
Theft: A Youngstown woman, 21, and a North Jackson boy, 17, were charged with theft and complicity to theft, respectively, after a pair of tennis shoes was taken from the J.C. Penney store.
Arrest: During a traffic stop, police arrested a Youngstown man, 22, on a charge of operating a vehicle under the influence. He also was wanted on a warrant charging him with failure to appear on a probation-violation charge.
Arrest: While assisting a disabled vehicle, officers found out a 21-year-old Austintown woman was wanted on a warrant charging her with failure to appear. The original charge was misuse of a credit card.
Bad checks: A Boardman woman, 49, was picked up on two warrants charging her with passing bad checks.
Theft: After stopping his car, police arrested a 43-year-old Boardman man wanted on a warrant from Warren. It charged him with failure to appear on a theft count.
Sept. 25
Theft: Police caught up to and arrested an 18-year-old Youngstown woman on a theft charge. She was accused of stealing gasoline from a Get Go station, 480 Boardman-Canfield Road.
Theft: A man reported the theft of his son's bicycle from Kmart, 1209 Boardman-Poland Road.
Theft: A student at Boardman High School, 7777 Glenwood Ave., reported his cellular phone and $10 stolen.
Arrest: Hubbard police arrested and turned over to Boardman authorities a 23-year-old Hubbard man wanted on a felony warrant from Boardman. The warrant charged him with passing bad checks.
Criminal damaging: A woman in the 3000 block of Applecrest Court found damage to her car after someone apparently tried to break in.

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