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Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Friday, November 16, 2012
Teresa Rodgers, 47, of Cuyahoga Falls, was arrested Thursday night in Coventry Township.
A Summit County sheriff's deputy got more than they bargained for during a routine traffic stop at 10:30 p.m. Thursday night. The deputy pulled over Teresa Rodgers, 47, of Cuyahoga Falls, in Coventry Township and immediately detected an odor of drugs coming from the car, according to a Summit County Sheriff's Department press release. Following a search of her car, the deputy found methamphetamine and components consistent with those used to manufacture the highly addictive drug. Rodgers was arrested and charged with illegal assembly of chemicals, possession of methamphetamine and driving under suspension. She was taken into custody, and is being held in Summit County Jail.
Monday, January 23, 2012
The following information was provided by the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force. It does not indicate a conviction.
Have you seen this man or know his whereabouts? The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force is offering a reward for information which would lead to the capture of Gerald Howard, who is wanted by the Summit County Sheriff's Department for trafficking in heroin. The task force has been looking for Howard since a warrant for his arrest was issued in October 2011. Howard, 60, is about 6'01" and weighs about 220 pounds. Task Force Officers developed information that Howard may be staying in the area of East 35th Street in Cleveland. The task force said Howard also has ties to Maple Heights and Akron. Howard has a criminal history that includes convictions for narcotics, fraud and burglary dating back to the 1970s, according to officers. …
Thursday, September 1, 2011
Summit County Sheriff's Department has suspended more than 200 concealed-carry permits.
A Fairlawn man has been arrested by theSummit County Sheriff's Department in connection with improperly conducting firearms classes that are a state requirement for concealed-carry permits. More than 200 permits based on the training have been suspended as a result. Alvin Bagley, 58, of Cleveland-Massillon Road in Fairlawn has been charged with felony tampering with records. If convicted, the charge could bring a fine and/or jail time. Summit Sheriff's spokesman Bill Holland said some of the classes were conducted at a Stark County Internet Cafe and a rehabilitation center in Fairlawn. "The state requirement is 10 hours classroom instruction and two hours shooting and firearms operation instruction," Holland said. "It's hard to imagine …