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Police Blotter: Daytime Burglaries, Identity Fraud and Water Works Park Mischief

The following was provided by the Cuyahoga Falls Police Department. It doesn't indicate a conviction.

A mischievous group entered early Monday morning and moved the soccer goals from the field and set them on a nearby roadway. They also stacked several picnic tables to make a giant pyramid. Police reported there was no damage to the park property.

His own worst enemy

A man was picked up Sunday morning for public intoxication after he was spotted near Oakwood Drive yelling at no one.

Tax cheat

On Monday morning, a 6th Street resident reported someone used her identity to receive an IRS tax refund valued at $5,000.

Grand theft jalopy

Someone stole a man’s 1989 Oldsmobile Delta on Tuesday morning from the on Howe Road. The jalopy and various items inside the car were valued at $600.

Daytime burglaries

  • On Tuesday afternoon, a man reported a burglar broke down the door of his Curtis Avenue residence and stole $2.500. There are no leads or suspects.
  • A man reported on Tuesday afternoon that someone kicked in the back door of his Ohio Avenue house and stole numerous electronics and jewelry. The electronics were valued at $2,600.

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