Alice Seibert, Maine Boulevard, reported a laptop computer missing. Dwayne Seibert told officers he was sitting on the porch using the computer when he heard an unknown voice saying, "This is from Canton," and the next thing he knew was Alice Seibert was waking him up and the laptop was gone.
Officers responded to the Walnut Street Dollar General for a shoplifter and reported seeing a woman grab candy from a shelf and stick it into the waistband of her pants. They also reported seeing pink slippers sticking out of her purse that had been reported taken by store personnel. Clara McCready, 49, no address listed, was charged with theft.
Kaitlynn R. Carroll, no address listed, reported her purse taken while she was working in the bookstore at Kent State University downtown.
Joy Norman, Cadmus Street, reported a man she knows stole a refrigerator from her residence.
June Miller, Sugar Street, reported her grandson took a television from her bedroom, wrapping it in a blanket and saying he was taking it to the basement. Miller told officers she thinks he traded it for drugs. Officers found no television in her basement.
Diana L. Badger, East Sixth Street, reported a woman named Trina Huddleston of California has used her identity to obtain credit cards, running up $10,000 in debt to date.
An officer on patrol saw a Jeep sitting on St. Clair Avenue without one tire .The tire had struck a porch and damaged it. The driver's father arrived on the scene, but the car was towed, with the officer advising the owner, Allison Zacharias, about the damaged porch.
Officers responded to a report of possible drug activity at the rear of Riverview Cemetery and found a man and woman in the dump area who said they had permission to be there. The man, Terry Smith, no age or address listed, was taken into custody on an outstanding warrant.
Sonya Shasteen, no address listed, reported seeing an ex-boyfriend walking near her home and then receiving a prank call from a private number. She later found tires on her vehicle slashed.
Officers responded to a call of several men fighting on Orchard Grove and found Reginald Pugh staggering down the street, not making much sense. They said he was in possession of pills he identified as Xanax and he was charged with public intoxication.
Responding to a report of a dog struck by a car on Parkway, officers found the white pitbull still alive but unable to move. Using tags on his collar, they called the owner, who advised he is in a wheelchair and was unable to get the dog, who was deaf. He also was asked if a neighbor could come get his dog, but he told the officers to "put it down." The Humane Society was called and came to get the dog and take it to a veterinarian, according to reports.