A summary of recent criminal activity in Girard, Liberty and Hubbard:

A summary of recent criminal activity in Girard, Liberty and Hubbard:
April 1
Menacing: A Girard man accused an East Wilson Avenue woman of threatening over the phone to have someone harm the accuser because he hadn't returned various items to her.
Criminal mischief: A Shawnee Drive man discovered someone tossed an object at his home and deliberately spilled beer inside a storm door.
April 2
Theft: An East Kline Street woman reported her purse stolen from her vehicle. The purse was found, but a cellular phone and 25 were missing.
Assault: A West Howard Street woman told police a Girard man spit in her face during an argument. The man said she threatened him with a baseball bat.
Theft: A man in the 300 block of East Wilson Avenue reported someone entered his car and took five compact discs and a prescription medication.
Theft: An employee at Maxes Auto Sales, 1429 S. State St., discovered that exhaust systems were stolen from 10 vehicles, costing the business 25,000.
March 30
Criminal trespassing: Police charged with criminal trespassing a 21-year-old Struthers man whose truck was disabled on property belonging to Cleveland Auto Wrecking Co. Inc., 2700 Youngstown-Hubbard Road.
Stolen property: After stopping a vehicle they said had a stolen license plate, police arrested a Youngstown woman, 36, on Roosevelt Boulevard. She faced charges of receiving stolen property, having an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle and driving under suspension.
Drug paraphernalia: Police found a man passed out in his car next to railroad tracks on Logan Way. He was charged with operating a vehicle under the influence and possession of drug paraphernalia after officers found a suspected crack pipe.
Criminal damaging: A man in the 400 block of Laurel Street noticed a cover to his swimming pool was torn and that damage also was done to its skimmer basket and a wall.
Breaking and entering: Someone entered Cleveland Auto Wrecking and damaged two vehicles.
Arrest: Officers picked up a Fowler man, 20, near state Routes 82 and 193 who was wanted on a charge of failing to appear to face one count of breaking and entering.
Arrest: Authorities took custody of a 45-year-old Youngstown man at the Mahoning County Jail. He faced charges of forgery, receiving stolen property and passing bad checks.
Criminal damaging: A bedroom window in the 30 block of Scott Lane worth 200 was broken.
March 31
Theft: A man reported the theft of a 120 Sony PlayStation 2 game system from his apartment in the 4200 block of Logan Gate Road.
Theft: The manager of an apartment complex in the 3000 block of Northgate Road found out that a gas stove and a refrigerator were taken. The theft came to 750.
Domestic violence: A 41-year-old Niles man was taken into custody at the Tallyho-tel, 4249 Belmont Ave., on a warrant from Niles.
Assault: A 19-year-old Youngstown man was found hiding in an apartment in the 1400 block of Townsend Avenue. He was wanted on two counts of assault and one count of endangering a child.
Auto theft: A 1994 Buick Skylark from Monticello Boulevard.
April 1
Assault: A girl told authorities another girl, 14, punched her several times in the face at Liberty Skate Park, 1315 Church Hill-Hubbard Road.
April 2
Theft: A Louise Lane woman suspected a neighbor of taking 22 CDs from her vehicle and reported he failed to provide change for a payment she made to him for auto work.
April 3
Theft: A worker for Campus Health Care, 196 Colonial Drive, reported a clipboard containing a patient's medical records was removed from a room.
March 30
Assault: A city official at the Hubbard Municipal Building, 220 W. LIberty St., reported a former city worker tore and tossed paperwork at him after the worker found out he was fired.
Assault: Officers arrested a Hubbard woman on East Liberty Street and charged her with assault.
March 31
Possible drug paraphernalia: A worker for a Shell True North gas station, 204 W. Liberty St., called police after finding possible drug paraphernalia in a restroom.
April 1
Arrest: Brookfield police turned over a Hubbard man to Hubbard authorities. He was wanted on a charge of failing to pay his 2004 income taxes.
April 2
Drugs: An official of Hubbard High School, 350 Hall Ave., reported finding pills in a student's possession. The student was arrested.

More like this from vindy.com

Subscribe Today

Sign up for our email newsletter to receive daily news.

Want more? Click here to subscribe to either the Print or Digital Editions.