The following was supplied by the Cuyahoga Falls Police Department.
Attempted robbery? On April 14 at about 2:20 a.m., a 19-year-old Kent man was about to make an after hours deposit at the State Road PNC Bank when he noticed two men in ski masks running past the bank's drive-thru area. The man, startled by the suspected robbers, drove across State Road and called 911; however, officers were unable to locate the pair, according to a Cuyahoga Falls police report. Masked Man Attempts Papa John's Robbery, Fails No money was taken from the bank or other nearby businesses, there are no suspects or leads and no weapon was seen. The matter remains under investigation, said Falls Police Lt. Steve Guldeman. Bomb maker sentenced David A. Dougherty, 41, was sentenced to three years in prison by Judge Christopher …
David Dougherty, 41, of Cuyahoga Falls, faces multiple felony charges in federal court.
- POLICE & FIRE
- John Deike
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
David Dougherty has quite the case stacked against him given the weapons cache discovered in his Cuyahoga Falls home on Oct. 20. On Wednesday morning, a four-count indictment was handed down by a federal grand jury charging Dougherty with possessing five pipe bombs, a silencer, a STEN 9mm submachine gun (with no serial number) and marijuana, said United States Attorney Steven M. Dettelbach. According to the indictment, the makeshift explosives found in Dougherty's Washington Avenue home were comprised of pipes, end caps, explosive powder and pyrotechnic fuses. Dougherty, 41, was charged with one count each of unlawful possession of destructive devices, possession of a firearm, possession of a machine gun and one count of manufacturing of …