Police Blotter: Counterfeit Speed

The information below was provided by Cuyahoga Falls police. It does not indicate a conviction.

Counterfeit controlled substance

A ninth-grader at , 2300 Fourth St., reportedly sold six white Doan’s pills to another student at $6 apiece, claiming they were “speed” pills. He was turned over to a parent.


• A Stow resident reported tools valued at $750 were taken from the back of his pickup truck in the parking lot of , 325 Howe Ave., at about 12:45 p.m. Nov. 14.

• An Akron woman reported that two wallets were stolen from her purse at an office on the 2500 block of Bailey Road. Total loss was estimated at $420.

• A book and combination lock, total value $50, were taken from a locker at Cuyahoga Falls High School, 2300 Fourth St., between Nov. 4 and Nov. 7.

• A cellphone and combination lock, valued at $100, were taken from a locker at Cuyahoga Falls High School on Nov. 4 between 10:30 a.m. and 1:50 p.m.

• The driver’s side window was broken and an iPod and two chargers were stolen while the car was parked on the 4200 block of Americana Drive between 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Nov. 10. Damage is estimated at $200 and loss of property is estimated at $240.

Criminal damaging 

• A manager at , 1760 State Rd., reported someone ripped down an open/closed sign and a lighting fixture over one of the drive-through lanes between 4 p.m. Nov. 10 and 9 a.m. Nov. 12. No estimate for the cost of the damage was given.  

• Four survey stakes were removed from property owned by Bath Creek Health Care Holdings on Bath Road, and a fifth was moved 10 feet or so on Nov. 10 or 11. The cost to resurvey the area was unknown.

• Someone walked on a recently poured driveway on the 3200 block of Charles Street and made scatological drawings, causing minor damage to the finish, the night of Nov. 10.

Sumco Res November 16, 2011 at 02:00 PM
It is a shame that residents of Akron that object to a private property woods behind their property not owned by them would resort to vandalism to prevent its development into a permitted use. Perhaps the developer made too many concessions to them on property layout?
Robin Anderson November 16, 2011 at 04:49 PM
Unfortunately, there seems to be less respect for private property rights nowadays.


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