The sheriff's office called at 11:10 p.m. Sunday to say there was a blond-haired woman approaching vehicles in the roadway near the Rite Aid store. Police were unable to locate the woman.
A barking dog complaint was received in the 300 section of East Chestnut Street at 7:30 p.m. Monday. The officer checked the area but did not hear any dogs.
Wendell Cole, Garfield Street, reported two men were going door to door selling products at 3:38 p.m. Monday and they offered him a free bottle of Gain detergent. An officer caught up with the suspects, who were from Pittsburgh and selling a combination vacuum/carpet cleaner. The officer told them they needed a permit and were warned failure to do so could result in them being cited.
Terry Adams Jr., 37, East Chestnut Street, was arrested early Tuesday and charged with domestic violence for allegedly punching Ryan A. Brown twice in the side of the face and mouth.
Ashley Crosser, North Market Street, reported Tuesday $310 was stolen electronically from her checking account.
Police were called to the Circle K at 1:32 a.m. Monday after a resident of a nearby group home for the mentally handicapped showed up saying she wanted a ride to Massillon because she did not wish to remain housed with blacks. She also made some comments about the Mafia. Police arrived and told her not to call the police for non-police matters and advised her to go home.
Police were called to the county Department of Job and Family Services parking lot at 8 a.m. Tuesday in regard to a two-vehicle minor accident. The drivers were Jennifer L. Calko of Canfield, who was at fault, and Kathleen Chafee-Gaige of Canfield.
Bob White, North Jefferson Street, reported Saturday having problems with his neighbor, who he believes spies on him everytime he goes outside.
Aryn Glenn, North Market Street, reported Saturday her former landlords showed up and were causing a scene in front of her children. Glenn said she had moved out of her previous residence several weeks ago on bad terms. Police told the former landlords they were not welcome and to leave, which they did.
The sheriff's office requested an officer answer a call at the Twin Oaks trailer park at 1:18 a.m. Wednesday, where someone reported seeing shadows and rattling their door knob. Police arrived at the same time as a deputy but did not find anyone lurking about.
Police were called to a minor accident outside Huntington National Bank at 12:13 p.m. Wednesday. Christine Canan of Cuyahoga Falls reportedly unparked from a spot and into a vehicle driven by Clay McCullough of Leetonia.
Michael R. Windle, 32, West Lincoln Way, was arrested for domestic violence early Thursday for allegedly grabbing Casey Reynolds by the neck and punching her in the face.
A passing motorist reported at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday seeing someone carrying what looked like aluminum gutters from the old county Department of Job and Family Services building and then hiding the items in some weeds along North Jefferson Street. The person was described as a white male in his 40s, with long hair and a beard. Police did not find the suspect but did locate the described items in the weeds. Police also checked the building but no one was found inside. About $30,000 in copper plumbing and wiring were stolen from the JFS building this summer, and the theft remains under investigation.