Aggravated menacing: A Leighton Avenue woman reported a woman pounded on her door, then threatened to beat up the homeowner after accusing her daughter of having pushed the second woman’s daughter.
Arrest: Police answered a call about a child possibly having been struck by a vehicle near Roche Way before arresting Cemal S. Yelkin, 35,who listed addresses on Roche Way in Boardman and Timbercrest Drive in Canfield, and who was wanted on a warrant charging failure to appear in court. Authorities, however, found no evidence anyone had been hit by a car, a report showed.
Theft: Jerome A. Straughter, 31, faced a theft charge after police alleged Straughter, of East Avondale Avenue, Youngstown, had stolen $86 worth of merchandise, including a DVD box set, food and a pair of men’s socks, from Walmart, 1300 Doral Drive.
Citation: A traffic stop near Market Street resulted in a minor-misdemeanor citation charging Curtis K. Hayes Sr., 57, of West Judson Avenue, Youngstown, with marijuana possession.
Theft: A Campbell man noticed his $700 iPhone missing while shopping at a Boardman-Poland Road big-box store.
Theft: A woman reportedly stole two pieces of jewelry valued at $110 from Kohl’s, 383 Boardman-Poland Road.
Misuse of a credit card: A manager with a McClurg Road business reportedly reviewed invoices before noticing $404 worth of fraudulent charges that originated in Boardman, North Lima and Salem had been made to a business credit card.
Theft: A Niles man reported his $3,000 bicycle stolen after he had ridden it to a Boardman-Poland Road restaurant.
Theft: Melanie R. Lanzo, 32, of Smithfield Street, Struthers, and Thomas J. Nagle, 34, of Aldrich Road, Austintown, were charged with stealing about $47 worth of merchandise from Walmart.
Assault: Officers booked Troy E. Lucas, 45, of Montgomery Court, Canfield, on two assault charges after an Aug. 15 incident in which a man reportedly had pushed two juveniles who were distributing fliers at a Boardman-Poland Road restaurant on behalf of the Salvation Army, then stole the leaflets.
Misuse of a credit card: Police responded to two vehicle break-ins at a McClurg Road business before one of the victims discovered her stolen credit card had been used to make $598 worth of fraudulent purchases at a big-box store.
Theft: A woman returned to her car after working at a Boardman-Poland Road restaurant and discovered 120 over-the-counter pills and loose change missing.
Theft: A supervisor with Days Inn, 7393 South Ave., alleged a woman had checked out of the motel without paying a $507 balance.
Menacing: A branch manager for a Market Street business reported a man yelled at employees, refused to leave and made an implied threat after having been terminated.
Theft: A staff member of a West Western Reserve Road group home reported a resident was missing two over-the-counter pills.
Theft: A man reported a $700 gold chain stolen from his Sheridan Road residence.
Possible theft: A license plate was lost or stolen off a trailer in the 7700 block of Glenwood Avenue.
Theft: Two Austintown girls, 14 and 15, were accused of stealing 33 cosmetics items June 16 from Ulta Beauty, 403 Boardman-Poland Road.
Animal complaint: Police received information that a dog had bitten two boys, 11 and 12, in the 4500 block of Waseka Lane.
Unauthorized use of a vehicle: A service manager for Taylor Kia of Boardman, 7870 Market St., alleged a woman who had brought her vehicle to the dealership for service rented a loaner car from the business but failed to return it.
Arrest: Officers on Market Street pulled over and took into custody Teqwan I. Scott, 22, of Marion Street, Struthers. He was wanted on a Liberty Township warrant charging failure to appear in court.
Felonious assault: Officers responding to a noise complaint in the 100 block of Lemans Drive talked to a woman who alleged that after an argument, a man had purposely slammed into the rear end of her car, causing a crash. Charges of felonious assault and domestic violence were pending.
Theft: A man and a woman reportedly stole $30 worth of items from Walmart.
Vandalism: A Struthers man told police someone threw an object at his vehicle as he drove on U.S. Route 224. Damage to a rear door was estimated at $400.
Theft: A woman reportedly took five packages of doll clothing worth $25 from Walmart.
Theft: Victoria A. Naples, 28, of Francisca Avenue, Youngstown, was charged, accused of stealing makeup and other items from Walmart.
Theft: Police charged Nechal S. Rice, 25, with theft after alleging Rice, of South Lakeview Avenue, Youngstown, had stolen $142 worth of clothing from Walmart.
Domestic violence: Austin J. Trgovcich of Eagle Trace Drive, Boardman, was charged with the crime after his father alleged that during an argument, Trgovcich, 24, had threatened to beat up the accuser and shoot him in the head.
Citation: Stephanie C. Moskyok, 27, received a minor-misdemeanor citation after having been pulled over on Market Street. The Pittsburgh woman was charged with marijuana possession.
Drugs: Matthew B. Popa, 43, faced a felony drug-abuse charge after having been pulled over near Market Street. The Alliance man had a brown powder he admitted was heroin; also, three bindles of suspected heroin were collected, police alleged.
Theft: A woman noticed a debit card and several other items missing as she worked at a South Avenue medical facility.
Theft: Someone in the 70 block of Maple Drive entered a vehicle and removed $1 in change.
Criminal mischief: A Wolosyn Circle man said a friend informed him that someone had placed about 20 screws under his vehicle, though the car was not damaged.
Theft: Chantaz L.I. Brown and Christopher D. Tell, both 22 and of Cordova Avenue, Youngstown, were charged with taking $159 worth of merchandise, including a pillow, from Walmart. Also accused in the theft was a 17-year-old Youngstown boy.
Robbery: A Girard man told authorities that as he walked on Southern Boulevard toward a Homestead Drive residence, possibly three men jumped out of a car, beat him up and took $100, a debit card and clothing.
Theft: A woman reportedly stole $49 worth of property that included a pair of jeans and food from Walmart.
Theft: Four women reportedly failed to self-scan $300 worth of merchandise while at Walmart.
Arrest: Police responded to a vehicular accident with possible injuries on Terrace Drive, then charged Abdul I.A. Matthews, 28, of Pointview Avenue, Youngstown, with operating a vehicle impaired. Matthews refused to submit to Breathalyzer and urine tests, a report showed.
Theft: Michael C. Mele, 30, of Tremble Avenue, Campbell, was charged in the theft of 47 grocery items valued at $214 from Walmart.
Theft: An employee with Fairfield Inn, 7397 Tiffany Blvd., alleged a former worker failed to pay $81 for two nights worth of lodging.
Burglary: To a home in the 60 block of Sciota Avenue through a basement window. Stolen was a $60 Xbox game.
Theft: Four or five women reportedly stole two necklaces from Claire’s, a Southern Park Mall store that sells largely jewelry and hair accessories.
Theft: A Youngstown woman discovered her purse missing from her vehicle while she was in the 6700 block of Applewood Boulevard.
Citation: Officers responded to a report of a man slumped in a pickup truck in the 7400 block of West Boulevard, where they issued a minor-misdemeanor citation to David R. White Jr., 34, of West Boulevard, Boardman, charging him with having an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle.
Domestic violence: Gerald R. Baker, 58, of North Cadillac Drive, Boardman, was charged after his wife alleged that while driving in front of her near South Avenue, Baker intentionally slammed on his brakes then backed his vehicle into and damaged hers.
Theft: A woman reportedly took $56 worth of pastry items from Giant Eagle, 476 Boardman-Canfield Road.
Identity theft: A Hitchcock Road man told police he received a letter from a bank informing him that he had an application to open a credit-card account for which he had never applied.
Theft: The manager of a Rockdale Avenue apartment complex reported a $1,640 riding mower stolen.
Unauthorized use of a vehicle: A woman told authorities that after loaning to a friend a 2017 Hyundai Sonata she had rented from a township rental-car agency, the friend has never returned the car.