Thursday, April 18, 2013
Cuyahoga Falls police arrested Allen L. Salter and charged him with aggravated robbery, a first-degree felony. A second suspect remains on the loose.
Cuyahoga Falls police have charged Allen L. Salter, 23, of Akron, in connection with an armed robbery that occurred on April 15 at 1061 Clyde Ave. At about 12:49 a.m., a pair of men entered the apartment, pointed a handgun at the residents and stole their 60-inch flat screen TV, laptop, a digital picture frame and cash, according to Cuyahoga Falls Police Lt. Steve Guldeman. Guldeman said detectives arrested Salter after he voluntarily turned himself in to police. He was charged with aggravated robbery, a first-degree felony, and is in custody at Summit County Jail. The investigation is ongoing as police continue their search fof the second suspect.
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Steven J. Woods will appear before Stow Municipal Court Judge Kim Hoover on April 12.
Steven J. Woods was released from Summit County Jail on Monday after paying 10 percent (or $10,000) of a $100,000 court bond. Bond was set during Woods' April 8 arraignment in Stow Municipal Court, according to stowmunicourt.com. The court attached a GPS unit to the child pornography suspect to track his movements. Woods is scheduled to appear before Judge Kim Hoover for a preliminary hearing April 12 at 9:15 a.m., the Stow Clerk of Courts Office reported. Woods is charged with two counts of pandering obscenity involving a minor, a second-degree felony. His case will likely be bounded over to the Summit County Court of Common Pleas following Friday's hearing as Stow Municipal Court doesn't prosecute felonies. Cuyahoga Falls police …
Friday, February 15, 2013
Four people arrested on Feb. 10 face several meth-related felony charges.
An early morning trip to the local Walgreen's ended badly for four people after they were seen purchasing items that can be used to produce methamphetamine. On Feb. 10 at 12:43 a.m., an officer from the Cuyahoga Falls Police K-9 Unit pulled over two members of the group -- Cliff J. Cundiff, 29, of Akron, and Richelle L. Brown, 33, of Cuyahoga Falls -- as they left the State Road drug store. The officer found methamphetamine, a glass pipe allegedly used to smoke the drug and "Wal-Phed," an over-the-counter medicine that can double as a meth ingredient, according to the Cuyahoga Falls police report. Once the pair was in custody, police arrested the other two suspects -- Brandon T. Stewart, 30, of Kent, and Mark D. Veasey, 48, of Cuyahoga …
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Neal Benner, 41, was taken into custody on Tuesday and transported to Summit County Jail.
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Wednesday, September 12, 2012
U.S. Marshals arrested a Cuyahoga Falls man on Tuesday after several felony warrants were issued against him. Neal Benner, 41, was plucked from his residence on Silver Lake Boulevard and went peacefully into custody, according to Jeff Irwin, of the Marshal’s office in Akron. “Benner was wanted on multiple felony counts...out of Summit, Ashland and Portage County,” said Irwin. The list of charges include burglary, theft and fraud. Benner is being held in Summit County Jail.
Thursday, April 5, 2012
Brandi Tomko was hit with a list of charges this week after allegedly treating and performing botched surgeries on animals with no prior veterinary experience.
As of Wednesday, Brandi Tomko remained in Summit County Jail after being charged with injuring animals, cruelty to animals, practicing without a license and drug-related offenses, reports Fox 8 News. In 2011, Tomko posed as a veterinarian at the C&D Veterinary Hospital on Brittain Road. Without any prior experience or veterinary certification, she allegedly attempted to treat animals, and in some cases, performed botched surgeries on them, according to court documents. Holly Denavich discovered Tomko was a fraud last May when she took her Yorkie terrier mix to C&D for treatment. Denavich described her interactions with Tomko as “sketchy” and her suspicions were confirmed when she arrived home and couldn’t find Tomko on the Ohio …