Friday, October 5, 2012
The following information was provided by Cuyahoga Falls Police. It does not indicate a conviction.
The owner of a 2011 Mercedes Benz C-Class sedan that was stolen Sept. 19 from the Natatorium parking lot recovered the $31,000 car Tuesday afternoon from behind a city business, according to Cuyahoga Falls Police. Lt. Steve Guldeman said the vehicle’s owner, a Falls resident, received a phone call from someone who saw it parked behind Testa Companies at 2335 2nd St. The caller knew the man’s car, possibly because of its vanity license plates. Guldeman said there didn’t appear to be any damage to the luxury car, which the owner drove away from the scene before calling police to report that it had been found. According to the Sept. 19 police report about the theft, the man’s car keys were swiped from his unlocked locker at the Natatorium. …
Sunday, September 18, 2011
The following information was supplied by the Cuyahoga Falls Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
Tuesday, January 18, 2011
An update on the latest local crime from Jan. 12- Jan. 17.
A flurry of car break-ins are reported throughout Cuyahoga Falls. A man living in an apartment on the 4000 block of Americana Drive reported that someone stole a Magellan GPS navigation device, along with the device's charger, valued at $90, from his Chevy Cavalier. The theft occurred sometime between 3 a.m. and 8 a.m. on Jan. 13. On the evening of Jan. 12, a man exercising at the Natatorium on Fourth Street reported his clothing and car keys stolen from the men's locker room. The suspected thief then used the victim's car keys to rummage through his Toyota Highlander, removing a wallet and cell phone, a total loss estimated at $304. The keys were then left in the ignition. A total of 15 CDs and $20 in miscellaneous change, a loss of $170 …