• A 12th Street resident reported harassing phone calls on Oct. 27, including threats to come to her home and shoot her.
Counterfeit, forgery, false ID
• Police said Jay Cho of Woodside, N.Y., attempted to buy a $200 Visa gift card with two fake $100 bills at about 7:15 p.m. Oct. 29 at , 755 Howe Ave. He was arrested and charged with forgery and falsification. Police said Cho lied about his identification.
• A manager at , 310 Tallmadge Rd., reported a counterfeit $50 was used to make a $9.22 purchase at 9:30 p.m. Oct. 24. The store lost $40.78.
• The owner of the , 2695 North Haven Blvd., reported that a vinyl fitted sign for her business had been cut off the night of Oct. 26. The sign was valued at $250.
• A resident on the 2600 block of Hudson drive told police that someone let the air out of his tires four times between Oct. 6 and Oct. 27, causing scratches on the rims. Damage is estimated at $600.
The driver’s side door window was egged between 11 and 11:40 a.m. on Oct. 28 on the 2800 block of 13th St. There was no permanent damage.
A supervisor at America's Best Medical, 1566 Akron-Peninsula Rd., reports that someone is throwing beer bottles against 9,000-gallon tank of liquid oxygen, creating a mess on the ground.