Cuyahoga Falls Police Investigate Subway Robbery

The robber escaped from the local sandwich shop with over $100 in cash Aug. 17.

Got a tip regarding the Subway robbery? Call Cuyahoga Falls police dispatch at 330-928-2181. Photo Credit: John Deike
Got a tip regarding the Subway robbery? Call Cuyahoga Falls police dispatch at 330-928-2181. Photo Credit: John Deike
State Road suffered yet another robbery Aug. 17 when a man reportedly entered one of the corridors' Subway locations, ordered a sandwich and demanded cash from the register. 

The robber reportedly snatched $140 in cash and fled the store on foot, according to the police report. 

Cuyahoga Falls police described the suspect as a black man between 25 and 35 years of age, standing 5 feet 9 inches tall with a medium build. 

Police are investigating the incident. 
Darla DeNiro August 22, 2013 at 08:14 AM
It's hard to catch the bad guys when the cops are shooting the shee-ite with each other in the Drug Mart Parking Lot...
Christine August 23, 2013 at 09:57 AM
Did this guy have a gun? The article doesn't mention it, so I am thinking he did not.
Don August 26, 2013 at 07:29 AM
You guys would complain if you were given a fresh donut! Too bad you want instant gratification on everything. This is the real world - not Disneyland! You want more cops? I'm sure the City would accept additional taxes from you to pay for them - cops don't work for free! I'm guessing you don't pay any taxes at all! Try getting a real job instead of whining all day on the blogs. All you are doing is showing your (lack of) intelligence!
Jeff August 26, 2013 at 09:10 AM
Don - the sourness is because CF Police are now allowed to work overtime, but ONLY if they make a minimum quota on traffic tickets. So.. guess what they spend a larger percentage of regular hours doing now?
Sumco Res August 26, 2013 at 10:08 AM
You need to understand that when the officers are on the STOPS overtime detail, they do NOT handle regular calls. They have a quota of 3 per hour and they only write for 15 mph over the limit. Stop signs are important too. One officer likes to make his quota watching certain stop signs. The cops are happy. They make their quota easily. The traffic fines pay for their overtime. As a manager, when you hire someone on overtime, you expect them to work. The quota set is easily made. So what is the beef? You want safe streets - the Chief is doing his part and NOT adding to the tax burden of the citizens (except those that are dumb enough to violate the traffic laws). The normal shift officers are handling the domestics, the crazies, the drunks, and the accidents, and there are more than enough of those to keep them busy.


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