A summary of recent criminal activity in Hubbard and Liberty:

A summary of recent criminal activity in Hubbard and Liberty:
March 2
Vehicle theft: A light department employee reported a city-owned pickup truck stolen from the Hubbard Municipal Building, 220 W. Liberty St.
Drugs: After pulling over a vehicle near Moore and Jones streets, authorities arrested a Hubbard man on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia, drug abuse and operating a vehicle under the influence.
March 4
Theft: A Furlen Court man reported the theft of his cellular phone from his home.
March 5
Criminal damaging: A man in the 100 block of Myron Street discovered damage to his vehicle and cellular phone.
March 7
Arrest: Police arrested a Hubbard boy on a charge of disorderly conduct after a man reported someone kicking over trash cans near Elizabeth Street. Officers also discovered the boy was wanted on a warrant charging him with fraud.
Theft: A man in the 100 block of East Park Avenue reported the theft of power tools.
Theft: A worker at Great Expectations Day Care, 59 Orchard Ave., reported her purse stolen.
Fraud: A man in the 500 block of West Liberty Street reported checks stolen and forged.
Theft: A motorist left a Shell True North station, 204 W. Liberty St., without paying for gasoline.
March 1
Identity theft: A man in the 1000 block of Colonial Drive reported getting a letter regarding a $7,980 transfer to a new credit-card account, but that he never opened the account.
Arrest: Girard police turned over to Liberty authorities a 20-year-old Girard woman wanted on several misdemeanor warrants from Liberty. Charges included criminal simulation, receiving stolen property and passing bad checks.
March 2
Domestic violence: Police arrested a 14-year-old boy at his Church Hill-Hubbard Road home on a domestic-violence charge after the boy's sister alleged he kicked her in the stomach and tossed a steak knife at her. He also was charged with being an unruly juvenile.
Theft: Two employees at Forum Health Dental Services Inc., 510 Gypsy Lane, reported $364 missing from a cash box.
Criminal damaging: A youth in the 2100 block of Arms Drive discovered someone cut two of his vehicle's brake lines.
Theft: An employee at Medical Billing Network LLC, 4300 Belmont Ave., reported computer software, 31 computer backup disks, 40 r & eacute;sum & eacute;s and billing information missing from the desk of a former worker. The loss was more than $3,000.
March 3
Burglary: Someone entered a residence in the 4000 block of Monticello Drive and removed $4,100 from a drawer.
Domestic violence: A boy, 13, was arrested at his Sampson Drive home and charged with domestic violence. The boy's brother alleged he threatened the victim with a steak knife during an argument.
Aggravated menacing: A Monticello Drive man reported another man called and threatened to shoot him in the head.
March 4
Theft: A man discovered his .45-caliber semiautomatic firearm missing from a duffel bag at his mother's residence in the 3500 block of Cardinal Drive.
Drugs: After stopping a car in the 4200 block of Belmont Avenue, police took into custody a 38-year-old Warren man on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. Officers say the man admitted a suspected marijuana pipe was his.
March 5
Arrest: Police picked up a 55-year-old Youngstown man at the Knights Inn, 1600 Motor Inn Drive, wanted on a felony warrant from Boardman charging him with illegal use of a credit card.
Arrest: After a traffic stop, authorities arrested a Youngstown man, 22, on Belmont Avenue. He faced charges of carrying a concealed weapon, being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm and driving under suspension after police say they found live ammunition and a handgun in the car.
March 6
Truck theft: A man reported his 1997 Chevrolet truck stolen from his driveway in the 3500 block of Logan Gate Road.
Attempted breaking and entering: A man told police someone tried to kick in a door to a maintenance building in the 1700 block of Naylor-Lloyd Road.
Aggravated robbery: A Reynoldsburg, Ohio, man and a Columbus woman told police a gunman, 20 to 25, stole her purse and his wallet while the victims were in the Super 8 Motel parking lot, 4250 Belmont Ave.
March 7
Theft: Officers picked up a 38-year-old Youngstown man near Gypsy Lane and Belmont Avenue on a warrant charging him with theft at Rite Aid Pharmacy, 2704 Belmont Ave.

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