A summary of recent criminal activity in Boardman:

A summary of recent criminal activity in Boardman:
Jan. 24
Identity fraud: A West Boulevard man told police his identity was used without permission to obtain a credit card through a bank.
Theft: A woman reported money and a credit card stolen from her purse while she was in the 300 block of Boardman-Canfield Road.
Criminal mischief: A man in the 200 block of Argyle Avenue discovered two broken windows on his vehicle.
Theft: A woman accidentally left her wallet on a table at IHOP, 833 Boardman-Poland Road, and found out it had been taken when she returned for it.
Theft: A Barbie Drive woman reported a credit card stolen from her mailbox and found out multiple transactions were made with it.
Arrest: While investigating a suspicious person and vehicle in the parking lot of Wal-Mart, 1300 Doral Drive, authorities arrested a 30-year-old Salem man on a charge of obstructing official business. The man provided false information regarding his identity, police said.
Theft: A man at Drunken Jack's Saloon, 1714 Boardman-Poland Road, reported that someone had removed both license plates from his car.
Bad checks: A 48-year-old Boardman man was picked up on two warrants from Boardman charging him with passing bad checks after being accused of passing bad checks at A & amp;T Mart, 5721 Market St.
Arrest: Boardman police arrested a Massillon man, 36, while conducting an investigation after they learned the man was wanted on two warrants from Austintown. The charges were phone harassment and domestic violence.
Jan. 25
Identity fraud: Police said that while investigating a vehicle accident near Indianola Road and South Avenue, a man told them someone had used his personal information as their own.
Theft: A woman discovered two night deposits missing from Puzzlemania in the Southern Park Mall.
Theft: Police arrested a 30-year-old Lowellville woman on a theft charge after clothing was stolen from Value City Department Store, 1130 Boardman-Poland Road.
Theft: A Boardman man discovered his debit card had been stolen and that someone used it to make five transactions in Chicago totaling 532.
Theft: Two Youngstown women, 21 and 23, face theft charges. Both were accused of taking clothing from the J.C. Penney store in the Southern Park Mall.
Theft: A Youngstown woman, 49, was charged with theft after 94 worth of clothing was stolen from Sears in the Southern Park Mall.
Drugs: Officers arrested a 28-year-old West Boulevard man wanted on a felony warrant charging him with trafficking in crack cocaine.
Drugs: A Struthers man, 21, wanted on a felony warrant from Boardman charging him with trafficking in marijuana, surrendered to police. Eleven bags of suspected marijuana were in his apartment, authorities said.
Theft: As they investigated a suspicious person in the township, police took into custody a 27-year-old Struthers woman. She was wanted on a warrant charging her with failure to appear to face a theft count.
Jan. 26
Breaking and entering: A break-in was reported at Boardman Sparkle Market, 6315 Market St.
Theft: A customer staying at the Red Roof Inn, 1051 Tiffany Blvd., left without paying the room charge.
Theft: Someone removed 145 from a desk at Poland United Methodist Church, 1940 Boardman-Poland Road.
Theft: A man stole four packages of steaks from Giant Eagle, 476 Boardman-Canfield Road.
Theft: A pair of shoes was recovered after having been stolen from Gabriel Bros., 850 Boardman-Poland Road.
Phone harassment: Someone threatened over the phone to blow up Burger King, 841 Boardman-Poland Road. No bomb was found.
Vandalism: A Winterberry Drive man reported two tires on his vehicle had been sliced and a rear window broken. He also told officers six garage windows were broken.
Arrest: The investigation of a domestic dispute led to the arrest of a 19-year-old man at his South Avenue residence when police found out he was wanted on a warrant from Austintown charging him with one count of telephone harassment.
Arrests: A woman, 21, and a man, 22, both of Youngstown, were arrested after being pulled over in the township. The woman was wanted on a warrant charging her with receiving stolen property and faced an additional charge of obstructing official business; the man was cited on a charge of possession of marijuana.
Jan. 27
Assault: A West Midlothian Boulevard man told officers that a man repossessing his car slapped the victim in the head.
Counterfeit: A customer used a phony 20 bill to pay for food at Wendy's, 8541 South Ave.
Theft: Someone fled Sears after taking two chair massage pads. The items were found nearby.
Criminal damaging: A door was damaged at Simco Management, 540 Boardman-Canfield Road.
Assaults: A Lockwood Boulevard woman alleged her boyfriend assaulted her and her daughter.
Arrest: A traffic stop in the township resulted in a 50-year-old Columbus man's arrest on charges of operating a vehicle under the influence, driving under suspension, resisting arrest, obstructing official business and a felony count of intimidating a public servant when, police say, the man threatened them.
Arrest: While responding to a fight at the Holiday Inn, 7410 South Ave., authorities apprehended a 26-year-old Polk, Pa., man. He was charged with disorderly conduct, aggravated menacing and obstructing official business after police say he became combative and threatened officers.
Jan. 28
Theft: A box of crayons was stolen from Walgreen Pharmacy, 525 E. Midlothian Blvd., and recovered.
Theft: A woman reported a Nintendo game system and two games were removed from her son's book bag while the pupil was at West Boulevard Elementary School, 6125 West Blvd.
Theft: A man left Walgreen Pharmacy without paying for a floor heater.
Assault: A Hitchcock Road woman told police she was punched in the face five times during an argument.
Criminal damaging: Four eggs were tossed at a window at Dunkin' Donuts, 6041 Market St.
Criminal damaging: A woman in the 800 block of Woodfield Court reported damage to a flower arrangement and a plant stand.
Felonious assault: Police charged a 35-year-old South Avenue woman with the crime after her mother alleged the woman stabbed her in the arm with a knife during an argument.
Breaking and entering: Nothing appeared to be missing after someone pushed in a rear overhead door panel and entered The Lube Stop, 250 Boardman-Canfield Road.
Theft: A woman took two 24-ounce cans of beer from Boardman Convenient Food Mart, 8270 Market St.
Criminal damaging: Two residents, one each in the 900 block of Moyer Avenue and 6600 block of Applewood Boulevard, reported eggs had been thrown at their homes. It was unclear if the incidents were related.
Possible theft: A worker at Payless Shoesource, 48 Boardman-Canfield Road, found two empty shoe boxes in a trash can after several people left the store.
Theft: A man stole several videos from Hollywood Video, 6731 South Ave.
Criminal damaging: An employee with The Donnell Auto Group, 7955 Market St., discovered a work vehicle had been tampered with, apparently after someone tried to pry open a driver's-side lock. Also at the business, a passenger-side window was broken and the dashboard damaged on one car and a passenger-side window was damaged on another.
Citation: A Youngstown man, 19, was cited on a charge of possession of marijuana after being stopped in the township.
Arrest: An 18-year-old Youngstown woman faced charges of menacing, obstructing official business and resisting arrest after authorities responded to a disturbance in the Wal-Mart parking lot.

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