October 24, 2022

COVENTRY: On Dec. 8, Summit County Sheriff’s Office deputies investigated the egging of 20 school buses in a Cormany Road garage.
A utility worker reported he went inside a fenced yard at a West Ingleside Drive residence Dec. 9 and a dog came out and bit him. He declined medical attention.
A man reported his vehicle was egged Dec. 9 between 9:40 and 10:03 p.m. while it was parked outside a Manchester Road restaurant.
A customer of a Manchester Road store asked deputies Dec. 9 for a copy of video surveillance of another customer pushing a shopping cart across the parking lot that missed the cart corral and damaged his vehicle.
A Nancy Avenue man reported Dec. 10 his ex-wife came to his residence uninvited and assaulted him. Due to conflicting information provided, no charges were filed.
Following a traffic stop Dec. 10, deputies charged a Snyder Street man with driving without a license and carrying a concealed weapon after a loaded handgun was found under the driver’s seat. He was taken to the Summit County Jail.
A vehicle that was partially blocking a southbound lane in a construction zone of Interstate 77 Dec. 11 was towed to an impound lot. Deputies found the vehicle had a license plate registered to a different vehicle.
A Portage Point Boulevard man reported Dec. 13 someone stole a check made out to him and deposited it to an online stock trading site.
Also on Dec. 13, a Wood Duck Lane woman reported the catalytic converter was stolen from her vehicle while it was…

Read more…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.