July 10

Burglary: To an apartment in the 7100 block of Glendale Avenue through the front door. It was unknown if anything was missing.

Theft of services: An employee of Subway, 1393 Boardman-Canfield Road, discovered someone had used a trash bin belonging to the eatery without permission.

Stolen property: Authorities charged 25-year-old Jeremy C. Bell, 5205 Trotter Drive, Boardman, with receiving stolen property and possession of criminal tools, both misdemeanors. While investigating a suspicious person, police determined that Bell had a global-positioning-system device that had been stolen from a Falls Church, Va., couple, a report showed.

Assault: A North Cadillac Drive man told police a woman at his residence became angry and struck his head with an object.

Vandalism: A security door to an apartment complex in the 7100 block of Glendale Avenue sustained $800 in damage.

Criminal damaging: A woman left a South Avenue store and noticed scratches on her car.

Domestic violence: Authorities picked up 20-year-old Jessica L. Willmitch at her Youngstown residence, 3828 Palmetto Drive, on a warrant after a Melrose Avenue man reported having been assaulted and injured.

Arrest: Joshua W. Koch, 34, of 3974 S. Schenley Ave., Boardman, was arrested on a warrant from Hubbard accusing him of failing to appear in court to face a charge of failing to pay income taxes.

Burglary: Someone broke into an office at the Travelers Inn, 6110 Market St., through a rear door and took an undisclosed amount of money.

Arrest: Harold Oliver Jr., 33, of 5011 Brookwood Road, Boardman, faced felony counts of domestic violence, aggravated burglary and disrupting public services after someone in the 4600 block of Southern Boulevard called 911 and hung up. A woman later alleged Oliver had entered her Southern Boulevard residence without permission, assaulted her and destroyed the accuser’s cellphone so she could not contact authorities.

Drugs: A traffic stop on Glenwood Avenue resulted in 22-year-old Andrew D. Stanton’s arrest on charges of possession of drug-abuse instruments and obstructing official business. Stanton, of 26 N. Navarre Ave., Austintown, had a syringe, then provided a false Social Security number, a report said.

July 14

Theft: A $170 set of eyeglass frames was stolen from Hometown Vision, 133 Boardman-Poland Road.

Possible assault: A Campbell woman reported her 2-year-old daughter told her that the girl had been struck in the head at a township child-care center. The mother, however, found no injuries or other evidence of an assault, a report showed.

Identity theft: A Bob-o-Link Drive man noticed 13 unauthorized charges totaling $357 to his credit card.

Aggravated menacing: A worker for a Tiffany Boulevard insurance agency told police an irate client made about 15 threatening calls expressing dissatisfaction about the handling of a 2009 claim he had filed.

Harassment: A Southern Park Mall business received roughly 60 such calls.

Theft: A woman at an East Midlothian Boulevard discount store noticed $20 missing from her wallet.

July 15

Assault: Two people were assaulted during a fight in the 7300 block of Salinas Trail. One person had redness to the neck.

Theft: Hope E. Sapp, 25, of 800 Chester Ave., East Liverpool, faced charges of theft and obstructing official business after three articles of women’s clothing were stolen from Kohl’s, 383 Boardman-Poland Road. Sapp also changed her story several times when confronted about the circumstances related to the theft, police said.

Identity fraud: A Mill Creek Boulevard woman accused her former boyfriend of fraudulently opening two credit-card accounts with her information. They showed balances of $9,857 and $6,707.

Theft: Jessica M. Garrett, 21, of 324 Lincoln Ave., Struthers, was charged in the theft of two 20-ounce drinks from a Shell gas station, 5135 Market St. Garrett also was charged with possession of drug-abuse instruments and resisting arrest.

Vandalism: Graffiti was spray painted on the rear of a building in the 80 block of Boardman-Poland Road.

Burglary: To a residence in the 600 block of Plymouth Drive through the garage. Two MP3 players, a cellphone and $60 were missing.

Arrest: Officers picked up 20-year-old Zachery D. Archuleta, 513 Eighth St., Struthers, at the Columbiana County jail on charges of intimidation, a third-degree felony, as well as one misdemeanor count each of assault and aggravated menacing. Archuleta’s girlfriend, of Boardman, alleged he had struck, bitten and threatened her, then threatened to harm her if she filed charges, a report said.

Theft: Antoinette G. Bray, 32, of Maple Heights, Ohio, was charged with theft and obstructing official business after perfume and children’s clothing were stolen from T.J. Maxx & More, 717 Boardman-Poland Road. Bray also lied about her identity, police said.

Fraud: A Cook Avenue woman told authorities she bought four $300 gift certificates for $500, but discovered the certificates had a zero balance.

Theft: Two women stole nail and cosmetics supplies from Sally Beauty Supply, 395 Boardman-Poland Road.

July 16

Theft: A $500 cellphone was stolen from AT&T, 7125 Tiffany Blvd.

Theft: A motorcycle’s rear license plate was removed in the 7100 block of Tiffany Boulevard.

Theft: A Chester Drive woman reported a man stole a $20 TV stand she intended to sell.

Arrests: Authorities responding to a possible domestic situation charged 19-year-old Tyler Hupp, 119 Erskine Ave., Boardman, with obstructing official business and resisting arrest, as well as Dylan A. Yuhas, 20, of 166 Afton Ave., Boardman, with obstructing official business. Hupp also was cited on a charge of marijuana possession.

Theft: Several yard signs were stolen from homes in Angiline Estates as well as on Park Harbour and Creston drives and Erskine Avenue.

Arson: Officers assisted township firefighters with a car fire in the 6000 block of Applecrest Court. The vehicle was engulfed in flames, and two other cars sustained fire damage, a police report said.

Auto theft: Authorities charged 18-year-old Trevon D. Weaver, 211 E. LaClede Ave., Youngstown, with receiving stolen property after saying Weaver admitted having stolen a 1999 Buick LeSabre police recovered at the Southern Park Mall.

Theft: A woman in the 300 block of Boardman-Poland Road discovered her purse missing from her vehicle.

Theft: Police charged a 16-year-old Youngstown girl with the theft of $81 worth of items from Walmart, 1300 Doral Drive.

Drugs: Police on Afton Avenue pulled over 21-year-old Ashley A. Wilkinson, 4092 Brookwood Road, Boardman, and charged her with possession of drugs after saying Wilkinson had a bottle of 90 pills with someone else’s prescription.

Theft: Amanda Cotton, 21, of 420 S. Garland Ave., Youngstown, and a 17-year-old city girl were charged with stealing $67 worth of clothing and beauty products from Walmart.

July 17

Criminal damaging: A vehicle’s windshield was smashed in the 5000 block of Firnley Avenue.

Drugs: Officers took 27-year-old John D. Brozman into custody at his home, 5620 W. Middletown Road, Canfield. Brozman was wanted on a township warrant accusing him of possession of drug-abuse instruments.

Assault: A Salem woman in the 4000 block of South Avenue alleged her boyfriend had pushed her, causing the accuser to hit her head.

Arrest: Police responded to a vehicular accident in the 300 block of Mathews Road, then charged 24-year-old Steven S. Moses, 331 Mathews, Boardman, with obstructing official business after saying Moses provided inconsistent information related to the accident.

Criminal mischief: Someone tossed two tires and a piece of wood into a swimming pool at Applewood Swim & Tennis Club, 850 Teakwood Drive.

Arrest: Police in the 1700 block of Lynn Mar Avenue arrested 60-year-old Robert W. Lauer of Mathews Road, Boardman, on a felony warrant from Wayne County, Ohio, charging him with sex crimes.

Theft: A man who had lost his credit card later discovered $200 worth of unauthorized charges made from two township businesses.

Theft: Two women in their 20s took $200 worth of merchandise from Kmart, 1209 Boardman-Poland Road.

Criminal mischief: An obscenity was spray-painted on the road in the 1900 block of Cover Drive.

Arrest: A traffic stop in the 100 block of Maple Drive led to the arrest of 31-year-old Joshua I. White, 716 Glendale Ave., Boardman, on two warrants from Youngstown.

Domestic violence: A charge was pending against a woman after an Applecrest Court man alleged she had struck him multiple times in the face, causing cuts and swelling.

Theft: A man reported $126 and a credit card missing from his locker at a McClurg Road business.

Drugs: Police responded to suspicious activity in the 20 block of Homestead Drive, then charged 25-year-old Daniel T. Dellick, 34 Crestline Place, Boardman, with possession of drug-abuse instruments after saying two hypodermic needles were found.

Theft: A woman reported the theft of a laptop computer from her apartment in the 400 block of Mathews Road.

Assault: Jermelle M. Denson, 36, of 4100 Hillman Way, Boardman, surrendered on a misdemeanor charge after Denson’s girlfriend alleged he had struck her several times in the head during an argument.

July 21

Arson: Authorities assisted township firefighters with a fire that had been intentionally set at Smoker Friendly, 4927 Market St. Two mattresses next to gas meters were on fire, a police report said.

Arrest: Police charged 49-year-old Hubie L. McMeans, 360 W. Delason Ave., Youngstown, with aggravated robbery, assault and theft after two purses had been stolen from Macy’s in the Southern Park Mall. McMeans also stole a man’s keys after threatening to shoot him in an attempted carjacking on Market Street, a report said.

Theft: Nicole L. Degenaro, 28, of 1751 Mahoning Ave., Youngstown, faced felony charges of theft and possession of criminal tools after $930 worth of jewelry was stolen from Macy’s. Degenaro also had lined her purse with tin foil in an effort to circumvent the store’s security system, police said.

Theft: A dealer tag was missing from a vehicle at an East Western Reserve Road dealership.

Theft: A boys bicycle was stolen from a front yard in the 7300 block of Salinas Trail.

Theft: A woman reported her purse and a $250 cellphone stolen while at a South Avenue grocery store.

Theft: A 17-year-old township boy was arrested at his home on charges of theft and domestic violence after his mother discovered her debit card missing. The teen also was accused of threatening to kill his mother and shoving his sister, causing her to fall.

Theft: Inez L. Garcia, 32, of 3916 Fourth St., Struthers, and 40-year-old Lori B. Vitko, 3914 Fourth, were charged in the theft of about $244 worth of merchandise from Walmart, 1300 Doral Drive.

Criminal damaging: A car in the 1400 block of Turnberry Drive was struck with several eggs.

Harassment: A Truesdale Avenue woman told police her sister-in-law has been making belligerent and unwanted cell-phone calls.

Theft: The owner of a South Avenue restaurant reported an intoxicated woman was unable to pay her $35 bill, though no charges were brought against her.

Theft: Several pieces of jewelry were removed from a vehicle in the 200 block of Brookfield Avenue. The loss came to about $4,320.

Theft of services: One of the owners of Subway, 1393 Boardman-Canfield Road, reported someone has been continually dumping garbage in the eatery’s trash bin without permission.

Robbery: Authorities charged Valencia M. Howard, 23, of 1755 Ogden Ave., Warren, with robbery after $37 worth of clothing was stolen from Old Navy Clothing Store, 377 Boardman-Poland Road. Howard, who also was wanted on a contempt-of-court charge, struggled with an off-duty Ohio State Highway Patrol officer, a report said.

July 22

Fraud: A Southern Boulevard woman accused a family member of cashing eight child-support checks totaling $1,218 without permission.

Arrest: Officers near Leighton Avenue arrested 21-year-old Ashley A. Wilkinson, 177 Marion St., Struthers, on township warrants charging her with receiving stolen property and possession of drug-abuse instruments.

Fraud: An employee with Kay Jewelers Inc. in the Southern Park Mall told police a man and a woman used phony information to open a credit-card account, then used the card to buy $8,737.42 worth of merchandise. The two tried a similar scam at another mall jewelry store, a report showed.

Misuse of a credit card: A man learned his credit card was used without authorization at two businesses after his wallet had been stolen from a locker at a McClurg Road business.

Arrest: Police on Sierra Madre Trail picked up 21-year-old Nathan M. Shores, 7421 Sierra Madre, Boardman, who was wanted by Cuyahoga County authorities on two felony counts each of burglary and theft.

Arrest: A traffic stop near Southern Boulevard led to 44-year-old Dale L. Edmonds’ arrest. Edmonds, of 3313 Southern, Boardman, was wanted by Trumbull County authorities.

Arrest: Police booked 20-year-old Derek J. Higham, 280 Wildwood Drive, Boardman, on a charge of possession and use of fireworks, a first-degree misdemeanor, after a Glendale Avenue man reported fireworks had been detonated in his front yard in an effort to harass him.

July 23

Theft: Michael G. Moore, 20, of 6110 Market St., Boardman, was charged with stealing popcorn from Walmart.

Theft: A $170 DVD player was removed from a car in the 40 block of McClurg Road.

Theft: A worker for a Boardman-Canfield Road fast-food restaurant noticed a drawer was $7 short.

Arrest: Jacqueline A. Kather, 21, of 4441 Southern Blvd., Boardman, was taken into custody on a misdemeanor warrant from Warren.

Theft: A man discovered $2,000 worth of jewelry and money missing from his home in the 5900 block of Parkland Avenue.

Theft: A woman in her 30s stole $40 worth of hair products from Dollar General, 5953 South Ave.

July 24

Theft: A man returned to his residence in the 700 block of Indianola Road and discovered a safe with $1,200, a handgun and laptop computer missing, for an estimated $2,700 loss.

Domestic violence: Marquis R. Perry, 28, of 557 E. Florida Ave., Youngstown, was charged with the crime after his wife, of Hudson Drive, alleged Perry had struck her head during an argument.

Domestic violence: Police charged 27-year-old Evan M. Hudson, 90 Washington Blvd., Boardman, after a family member reported having been struck several times in the face and back of the head. She suffered pain and swelling.

Drugs: Police pulled over 23-year-old Nicholas A. West on Midlothian Boulevard, then charged him with possession of drugs, drug-abuse instruments and drug paraphernalia. West, of 314 Stuart Ave., Youngstown, had a spoon with suspected heroin residue, a syringe and a folded piece of paper with suspected heroin residue, a report showed.

July 28

Robbery: A worker for Payless Shoe Source, 48 Boardman-Poland Road, told police a medium-thin man with a thick beard, jeans, a polo shirt and a black Youngstown State University baseball cap carrying old newspapers handed her a note demanding money from the safe. The robber walked away with an undisclosed sum, but didn’t appear to have had a firearm, a report showed.

Arrest: Police picked up 22-year-old Jessica M. Dellick at her residence, 4902 Brookwood Road, Boardman, on a warrant accusing her of failing to appear in court on a charge of driving under suspension.

Attempted burglary: Someone tried to enter an Allan Drive apartment through a first-floor window police discovered had been dislodged.

Burglary: Took place in the 8300 block of Glenwood Avenue via a rear window. Stolen was a 37-inch flat-screen TV.

Theft: A man reported a lawn mower and a global-positioning system unit missing from his South Avenue trailer.

Misuse of a credit card: A Simon Road man discovered four unauthorized charges to his account totaling $351.46.

Theft: A man reported his wallet stolen while at a Market Street car dealership.

Theft: Melinda S. Schroeder, 27, of 50869 Richardson Ave., Negley, was charged with stealing four articles of women’s clothing from Kmart, 1209 Boardman-Poland Road.

Vandalism: Someone pulled wires from a control box and damaged an electrical sign at Boardman Auto Spa, 7685 South Ave.

Menacing: A worker for a Southern Park Mall store reported a customer threatened to seek revenge as part of a dispute between the two.

Attempted auto theft: Someone tried to steal a 2001 Kia Rio from a carport in the 4100 block of Hillman Way.

Theft: An Oak Knoll Drive woman reported the theft of expensive patio doors and a porch light, as well as a flower box.

Theft: Police charged a 17-year-old Boardman girl and 19-year-old Richard E. Kozak, 128 Melrose Ave., Boardman, with theft and complicity to theft, respectively, after two DVDs, a package of batteries and candy were taken from Walmart, 1300 Doral Drive. The girl was released to the custody of her mother; Kozak was released on a summons.

Drug paraphernalia: Authorities pulled over a vehicle on Market Street, where they charged 25-year-old Amber G. Christoff, 17 Arms Blvd., Niles, with possession of drug paraphernalia. A spoon with suspected heroin residue, papers commonly used to roll marijuana and a bowl with suspected marijuana residue were found, a report said.

July 29

Misuse of a credit card: A Boardman man found two unauthorized $10 charges to his credit-card statement.

Aggravated menacing: An Erskine Avenue woman reported a caller threatened to choke and kill her.

Possible breaking and entering: A neighbor noticed broken glass next to a rear sliding-glass door at a home in the 5700 block of Border Avenue.

Attempted robbery: A Youngstown woman told police a man holding what appeared to be a firearm tried to steal money from her at a Hillman Way bank before fleeing in a red vehicle.

Theft: A Washington Boulevard woman reported her $450 cellphone stolen.

Arrest: Police attempting to serve a felony warrant apprehended 21-year-old Daniel S. Krotky Jr., 134 Clifton Drive, Boardman, and charged him with obstructing official business and resisting arrest after saying Krotky had led them on a foot chase and hindered their duties. Krotky, who also was wanted on a probation-violation charge, was not the subject of the felony warrant, however.

Theft: Princeton O. Prude, 20, of 5609 Erie St., Boardman, was charged in the theft of merchandise from Walmart.

Attempted burglary: A woman told police her former boyfriend tried to pry open a screen door to her apartment in the 6700 block of Tippecanoe Road.

Auto theft: A 1997 Acura Integra was stolen in the 400 block of Boardman-Poland Road.

Theft: Two girls in their mid-teens stole health and beauty products from Family Dollar, 4030 Market St.

Misuse of a credit card: A Campbell woman accused her former boyfriend, of Wilda Avenue, of making three purchases totaling $170 without consent.

Assault: A Willow Drive man told police he had been slapped in the face as part of an argument.

July 30

Criminal damaging: Three small flags were damaged in a yard in the 100 block of Lost Creek Drive.

Menacing: A South Avenue woman reported having been threatened with bodily harm during a dispute pertaining to a motorcycle.

Theft: A woman discovered her purse missing from her Boardman Boulevard residence.

Theft: A $40 pillow case was removed from a laundry room at an apartment complex in the 7500 block of Market Street.

Domestic violence: A 14-year-old township boy was charged after being accused of punching his sister multiple times in the face and tossing her onto a couch during an argument.

Theft: Christopher S. Donnelly, 18, of 2991 Longview Road, Hermitage, Pa., and 22-year-old Zachary L. Rhoades, 1580 Idaho St., Hermitage, were charged in the theft of two cellphones, three posters and other items from Walmart.

Domestic violence: Richard W. Slaven Jr., 38, of 62 Brookwood Road, Boardman, and a 14-year-old boy were charged after a situation between the two in which both sustained injuries.

Theft: Authorities booked 25-year-old Daniel T. Dellick, 344 Melrose Ave., Boardman, on charges of theft and criminal trespassing after Dellick was accused of leaving Denny’s Restaurant, 154 Boardman-Canfield Road without paying his food bill.

Drugs: Police cited five juveniles after saying they caught the teens with suspected marijuana in a vacant garage in the 70 block of Prestwick Drive.

Drug paraphernalia: A 16-year-old Boardman boy was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia after having been pulled over on Market Street. A suspected marijuana pipe was found, a report showed.

Theft: Theresa L. Stillwagon, 29, of 541 Cameron Ave., Youngstown, was charged with stealing $74 worth of baby supplies from Walmart.

July 31

Domestic violence: Officers charged 20-year-old Alahana M. Cleland, 61 Walnut St., Struthers, with the crime after her former boyfriend, of Centervale Avenue, alleged she had struck his right eye and face, then spit on the accuser during an argument related to Cleland’s gathering her belongings.

Assault: A traffic stop on Doral Drive led to the arrest of 36-year-old Aqualynette S. Berger, 4108 Helena Ave., Boardman, who was wanted by Youngstown police on a misdemeanor assault charge. Aug. 5

Theft: A man discovered $441 missing from his delivery truck at the Southern Park Mall.

Theft: A wallet and $30 were taken from a car at the Southern Park Mall.

Theft: Evonne Jackson, 48, of 110 N. Main St, Hubbard, was charged with stealing $134 worth of clothing from Kmart, 1209 Boardman-Poland Road.

Breaking and entering: Someone broke into a home in the 100 block of Island Drive, then unplugged a sump pump, causing flooding to the basement.

Arrest: Jedediah M. Thomas, 33, was arrested at his home, 6300 South Ave., Boardman, on a probation-violation charge from Struthers.

Aug. 6

Theft/criminal mischief: A woman returned to her Shields Road apartment and found it had been ransacked. Among items stolen were a DVD player, a birth certificate and a 16-inch oscillating fan.

Assault: Police broke up a fight between five people at a business in the 7300 block of South Avenue. One person was treated for injuries, including pain in his knees.

Theft/criminal damaging: A vehicle at the Southern Park Mall sustained a broken driver’s-side window, and a $145 global-positioning-system device was removed.

Arrest: A traffic stop on Glenwood Avenue resulted in the arrest of 60-year-old Ozie C. Curry, 1557 Hubbard Court, Youngstown, on a warrant charging him with contempt of court.

Criminal damaging: A key was used to damage the finish on a vehicle’s driver’s-side door in the 6700 block of Tippecanoe Road.

Harassment: A North Cadillac Drive man reported getting the latest in a series of threatening text messages.

Burglary: To a residence in the 5900 block of Parkland Avenue, from which three envelopes containing money were taken.

Arrest: Acting on a tip, police arrested 45-year-old Christopher H. Childs at his residence, 5306 Youngstown-Poland Road, Boardman, on charges of resisting arrest and obstructing official business. Childs had led officers on a foot chase during a traffic stop, a report showed.

Aug. 7

Drugs: Police responded to a possible domestic situation at a Beechwood Drive home, where 42-year-old Robert A. Majoros Jr., 180 Beechwood, faced two drug charges after police said a spoon, a syringe and a cotton ball associated with heroin use were found. Majoros also was charged with aggravated menacing when, authorities said, a review of a 911 call showed he had threatened to kill officers when they arrived.

Domestic violence: Michael E. Hardy, 25, was taken into custody at his residence, 7042 Paxton Road, Boardman, and charged with the crime after Hardy’s girlfriend alleged he had shoved her during an argument.

Breaking and entering: A large rock was used to smash a side window before someone broke into Sleepy Hollow Sleep Shop, 4931 Market St., and removed a small box with an undisclosed amount of money.

Aggravated menacing: A man leaving a Simon Road business told police another man got out of a vehicle and threatened to shoot the accuser in the head.

Theft: Carmine Sammartino Jr., 28, of 3001 Julian St., Youngstown, was charged in the theft of baseball cards from Kmart.

Theft: Police charged 20-year-old Shannon S. Scott, 193 W. Evergreen Ave., Youngstown, with stealing notebook paper from Walmart, 1300 Doral Drive.

Theft: A woman noticed her purse missing from her car at a Doral Drive store.

Criminal damaging: A vehicle in the 7000 block of Bristlewood Drive was found with a broken rear driver’s-side window. Damage came to $400.

Aug. 8

Arrest: Police arrested a 17-year-old township boy at the Southern Park Mall after learning he was wanted on pick-up orders from the Columbiana County Sheriff’s Department and the Mahoning County Juvenile Court. The teen also was charged with obstructing official business when, officers said, he refused to identify himself.

Weapon: Police pulled over a vehicle near Southern Boulevard, where 61-year-old Azer I. Suleiman, 1010 Fox Den Trail, Canfield, faced a felony count of carrying a concealed weapon. Suleiman had an empty handgun with no permit, a report said.

Theft: A man reported the theft of his 20-inch bicycle in the 600 block of East Midlothian Boulevard.

Criminal damaging: A car at the Southern Park Mall had a broken driver’s-side window.

Theft: A Youngstown boy, 17, was detained after a $30 wristwatch was stolen from Macy’s in the Southern Park Mall.

Breaking and entering: A lawn mower, a gas can and a car-battery charger were removed from a garage in the 300 block of Shields Road.

Assault: A Youngstown woman told officers that while at an apartment, possibly on Lemans Drive, two people punched her head and pulled her hair, and that one of the two shot the accuser in the left side of her stomach with a stun gun.

Theft/drugs: Police charged Raylin L. Blunt, 33, of 2006 Summer Ave., Youngstown, with theft, trafficking in drugs and possession of drugs, both felonies, as well as Marcus M. Menton, 23, of 331 W. Delason Ave., Youngstown, with theft and drug abuse after a $30 video disc had been stolen from Walmart. Menton threw away a cologne bottle, inside of which was a small bag of suspected cocaine; also found was a bag with several small bags of suspected marijuana and a bag containing several prescription pills, a report said.

Drug paraphernalia: Lucy G. McCarty, 21, of 220 Ridgewood Drive, Boardman, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia during a traffic stop. Found was a torn-off cigarette filter with its paper removed in a way that’s consistent with heroin use, a report said.

Identity fraud: An elderly Harrington Avenue man reported that a collection agency claimed he owes $7,526 on an account he had never opened.

Burglary: To a garage in the 90 block of Buena Vista Avenue, from which a bicycle was removed.

Arrest: A vehicle check on South Avenue resulted in 55-year-old Lorenzo T. Brooks’ arrest. Brooks, of 3105 Regis St., Youngstown, was wanted on a felony probation-violation charge.

Aug. 9

Theft: Youngstown police handed 42-year-old Kevin E. Yuhas, 1790 E. Western Reserve Road, Poland, to township authorities. Yuhas was wanted on a theft charge, accused of stealing $130 worth of food from Giant Eagle, 476 Boardman-Canfield Road.

Burglary: Occurred in the 400 block of Mathews Road. Two TVs, a laptop computer, an Xbox system and numerous DVDs were stolen.

Theft: A woman reported her purse stolen at a Boardman-Poland Road business.

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