A summary of recent criminal activity in Poland and Boardman townships:
Burglary: To a residence in the 7900 block of Eastbrooke Trail through the garage, though the report did not indicate if anything had been stolen.
Theft: A Poland man reported a $300 chandelier stolen.
Theft: An undisclosed sum of money was missing from Arc of Ohio Northeast Branch, a social-services organization at 3040 Center Road.
Drugs: About 25 over-the-counter pills, a device commonly used to grind marijuana and two suspected marijuana pipes were reportedly found during a traffic stop near U.S. Route 224 and state Route 170, though the report did not mention any arrests.
Drugs: The Ohio State Highway Patrol on Boardman-Canfield Road relinquished custody of Kirstina L. Green, 28, of Hillman Way, Boardman, to township authorities. She faced two felony drug-abuse charges as well as one misdemeanor count each of possession of drug-abuse instruments and drug paraphernalia, related to a Nov. 19, 2016, overdose in a Applewood Boulevard restaurant’s restroom, where two used syringes, a spoon with burn marks typical in drug use, a bottle cap containing a piece of cotton and a folded piece of paper with a powder suspected of being heroin were found, a report showed.
Burglary: To a home in the 200 block of Forest Park Drive via an unlocked side door. Nothing appeared to have been disturbed or stolen, however, police said.
Criminal mischief: Someone in the 7000 block of West Boulevard entered a car and rummaged through its glove compartment.
Drugs: A traffic stop near Glenwood Avenue resulted in a felony drug-abuse charge against Andrew D. Stanton, 28, of North Navarre Avenue, Austintown, when, authorities alleged, several chunks of a powder that tested positive for cocaine were found.
Theft/drugs: Charles E. Quinn II of Shaw Street, New Castle, Pa., was charged with theft as well as possession of drug paraphernalia and drug-abuse instruments after $144 worth of clothing was stolen from Gabe’s, 850 Boardman-Poland Road. Quinn, 30, also had a suspected crack-cocaine pipe and two other contraband items, police alleged.
Menacing: A Salem woman alleged her former boyfriend has continually stalked her, in part by driving past her place of employment at a Southern Boulevard business and leaving food on her vehicle.
Counterfeit: A man in his 20s reportedly passed two fake $20 bills in the drive-through at Shop ‘n’ Go Convenience Store, 5122 Market St.
Theft: A Canfield woman reported a bag containing numerous items was among property that was removed from her vehicle while she was at Southern Park Mall.
Drugs: A traffic stop near Market Street resulted in the arrest of Kalyn D. Sly, 22, on a felony drug-possession charge. Sly, of Shields Road, Boardman, had one Xanex pill in his driver’s-side door compartment, a report stated.
Arrest: After pulling him over near Southern Park Mall, officers took into custody Michael A. Morrison of Brooklyn, N.Y., who was wanted on a New Jersey warrant.
Theft: Kristian A. Coons, 22, was charged in the theft of 28 items valued at $1,270 from Walmart. Coons, who listed Girard addresses on Rose Avenue and Moorelene Drive, also was wanted on two Dover, Ohio, warrants.
Domestic violence: Authorities charged Todd E. Johnston, 56, of Erskine Avenue, Boardman, with domestic violence and violating a protection order after a woman alleged Johnston had grabbed her throat and punched the accuser’s face after she had repeatedly told him to leave. He also was in violation of a protection order, a report stated.
Arson: A vehicle check near South Avenue led to the arrest of Martasia Walker, 20, of Detroit Avenue, Youngstown, who was wanted on a Youngstown misdemeanor warrant charging her with arson.
Theft: Police charged Addie M. Harts, 29, of Idlewood Avenue, Youngstown, with intentionally failing to scan 11 items valued at $91 while in Walmart, 1300 Doral Drive.
Trespassing: Police charged Daniel Reyes, 45, of Sheridan Road, Boardman, with criminal trespassing after alleging he was at an apartment complex in the 6300 block of South Avenue in violation of an August 2015 trespassing warning to stay off the property.
Theft: Rodney D. Sanders, 27, and Amber M. Jackson, 29, both of Ayers Street, Youngstown, were charged, accused of having stolen $24 worth of merchandise, including an energy drink, from Walmart.
Theft: A man and a woman reportedly took a pregnancy-test kit and a feminine product from Family Dollar, 4028 Market St.
Criminal mischief: A Sharon Road man reported someone had placed a small handicap sign in his front yard without permission.
Menacing: A Fox Run Drive man called 911 after having reportedly seen someone peering in his kitchen window. The intruder then ran away.
Arrest: Police answered a call about someone who was reportedly passed out in a car near Indianola Road, then charged Summer E. Alderman of Willow Crest Avenue, Youngstown, with operating a vehicle impaired. Alderman, 38, also faced several drug-related charges when, authorities alleged, she had a suspected crack-cocaine pipe, an over-the-counter pill and suspected marijuana in the car.
Theft: A Cook Avenue woman noticed her purse missing from her vehicle.
Arrest: Police in Youngstown picked up Patrick M. Altier, 28, of Cathy Ann Drive, Boardman, who was wanted on a misdemeanor warrant charging him with inducing panic, related to a drug overdose April 28 in the parking lot of a Southern Boulevard restaurant. Altier was given Narcan to reverse the effects of opioids, a report said.
Assault: A New Springfield man reported having been assaulted during a fight in the Southern Park Mall parking lot.
Domestic violence: Breyonna J. Moore, 24, of Miller Street, Youngstown, was charged with domestic violence, violating a protection order and resisting arrest after her father, of Moyer Avenue, alleged Moore had threatened to kill him at his residence, which also was in violation of a protection order against her. In addition, Moore kicked at officers as they tried to arrest her, a report stated.
Criminal damaging: A man reported four or five males ran up to and tossed eggs at his vehicle when he was stopped near Santa Fe Trail.
Weapons: Police responded to a complaint that someone was trying to enter cars near Grover and Maple drives before charging two 15-year-old Youngstown boys with carrying a concealed weapon and criminal mischief. The teens also had small knives, a report stated.
Arrest: Michael S. Daniels of Canfield Road, Youngstown, was taken into custody after having been pulled over near Hillman Street. Daniels, 26, was wanted on a probation-violation charge from Vienna.
Criminal mischief: A woman reported someone had left a broken fish bowl, 12 dead fish and feces on the front porch to her Lynn Mar Avenue home.
Aggravated menacing: A worker for a South Avenue group home alleged a resident threatened to kill some staff members after the accuser had reportedly caught the patient violating one of the facility’s rules.
Criminal damaging/menacing: A Sierra Madre Trail man discovered someone had spray-painted a threatening note on his garage door.
Domestic violence: A 13-year-old Boardman girl was charged with the crime after her mother alleged the teen had grabbed her hair and dug her fingernails into the accuser during an argument regarding caring for the family dog and the girl’s general unruliness.