Police Blotter: Disgruntled Gardener, Bar Room Theft and Stolen identity

The following information was supplied by the Cuyahoga Falls Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

A Falls Avenue resident called police late Tuesday morning and said someone had torn her garden apart. All 200 of her daffodils were ripped out and placed on a car on 7th street. The value of the flowers were estimated at $150.  

Woman arrested on marijuana charges

Police pulled over a woman early Tuesday morning on West Portage Trail and found two pipes along with a bag of marijuana. She was cited for drug abuse and drug paraphernalia. 

Bar room theft

On Tuesday evening, a customer walked behind the bar, stole $305 and left. The bartender said she was sweeping up cigarette butts outside at the time of the theft.

Identity fraud

An Edward Avenue resident called police on Monday evening after she realized someone had stolen $850 from her bank account. The woman said someone must have gained access to her personal information to process a cash advance.

Criminal damaging

On Sunday night, someone shattered a woman's glass front door on North Haven Road. The woman didn't see who did it. The value of the window was estimated at $200.

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