A summary of recent criminal activity in Girard and Liberty:
Theft: A woman discovered her purse stolen while at Woody's Bar & amp; Grill, 718 N. State St.
Breaking and entering: A Powers Avenue woman reported someone entered her garage. It was undetermined whether anything was taken.
Thefts: A woman in the 1000 block of Washington Avenue found that 10 worth of coins was missing from her car; a man in the same area reported 45 was removed from his vehicle.
Robbery: A Girard man called police after a gunman got out of a vehicle and demanded the victim empty his pockets as the man walked to Expresso Market, 143 E. Liberty St.
Aggravated menacing: An official at Girard High School, 31 N. Ward Ave., reported that a student told him that her stepfather, 42, threatened to shoot her boyfriend, and the girl said he threatened her when she refused to call the boyfriend.
Arrest: Authorities picked up a Niles woman, 30, wanted on a warrant from Liberty charging her with failure to appear in court to answer a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.
Felonious assault: After pulling over a vehicle near Colonial Drive and Fifth Avenue, officers arrested a 24-year-old Youngstown man after learning he was wanted on warrants charging him with failing to appear in court to face one count each of felonious assault and simple assault.
Drugs: Police arrested a 19-year-old Columbus woman in the Denny's Restaurant parking lot, 4020 Belmont Ave. She faced three counts of possession of drugs. She had a bag of suspected marijuana as well as several types of pills, police said.
Recovered property: A Green Acres Drive woman found her 1996 GMC Jimmy truck in the 3000 block of Frederick Street after having reported it stolen.
Arrest: A Youngstown man was arrested at the Mahoning County jail on two warrants from Girard Municipal Court. The charges were probation violation and possession of drug-abuse instruments.
Unauthorized use of a credit card: A Trumbull Court man accused his brother of making 245 worth of unauthorized purchases with the man's Visa card.
Drugs: A traffic stop on state Route 193 resulted in the arrest of a Youngstown man after police said they found 3.6 grams of suspected crack cocaine in his pocket. He was charged with drug abuse (cocaine), having fictitious license plates and driving under suspension.
Theft: A Canfield man reported a Game Boy game system and a video game stolen while he was at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2205 Tibbetts-Wick Road.
Arrest: While conducting a vehicle registration check and determining the car had been stolen, officers took into custody a 33-year-old Kinsman man near state Routes 193 and 304. The driver faced charges of receiving stolen property and driving under suspension; he also was wanted on a warrant charging him with domestic violence.
Domestic violence: An arrest warrant was issued for a 26-year-old Girard man charging him with domestic violence after the man's wife alleged he choked her and banged her head against the side of their Tuttle Lane home.
Drugs: A Youngstown man was arrested near Gypsy Lane on two counts of possession of drugs and on three traffic violations. A bag of suspected cocaine and a bag of suspected marijuana were found, police said.
Arrest: Vienna police picked up and turned over to Liberty authorities a 29-year-old Warren man wanted on a warrant from Liberty charging him with telecommunications harassment.
Criminal damaging: A Logan Arms Drive woman reported someone using a vehicle caused 600 worth of damage to her lawn.
Assault: A Cortland woman accused a Youngstown woman of using a beer bottle to strike the victim in the head while they were dancing at Choice's Niteclub, 1620 Motor Inn Drive.
Theft: A woman reported the theft of six cameras and other items from her home in the 3700 block of Logan Way. The loss was estimated at more than 1,800.
Theft: A woman in the 1700 block of Liberty Avenue reported tools stolen from her garage.
Theft: A Logan Gate Road woman found out someone fraudulently withdrew 180 from her account at Home Savings and Loan, 3500 Belmont Ave.