Arrest: Officers arrested Anthony C. Mitchell, 27, at his Shadyside Drive residence after determining the Boardman man was wanted on a Campbell warrant charging him with violating a court order.
Unauthorized use of a vehicle/drug paraphernalia: After pulling him over on Market Street, authorities filed a felony charge of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle against Jordan P. Hall, 35, of Tremble Avenue, Campbell, after a Kiowa Road man reported in mid-July he had given his 2007 Ford Windstar minivan that needed brake work to a man who failed to return it. The traffic stop confirmed the vehicle had been stolen, a report stated. In addition, they charged Danielle N. Kramer, 41, of Cannon Road, Youngstown, with possessing drug paraphernalia after alleging she had in her purse a paper bindle with a white powder, a cut straw and a razor blade.
Assault: The Ohio State Highway Patrol in Columbiana County transferred to Boardman police custody of Steven L. Jarvis, 49, of East Florida Avenue, Youngstown, who was wanted on a simple-assault charge, related to an incident March 1 in which a manager with FedEx, 700 Boardman-Poland Road, reported having been assaulted. After becoming irate when told his package didn’t meet certain specifications for shipment, a customer slammed the box into a door, then struck the victim’s head and threw him into the set of doors as he tried to get the suspect’s license-plate number, a report showed.
Theft: A Cook Avenue man noticed three bicycles missing from the driveway area to his apartment building.
Theft: A woman discovered 49 morphine-type pills missing from her Auburn Hills Drive home.
Drugs: Mindy E. Gandy, 34, of Willis Avenue, Youngstown, and Marvin L. Spivey, 57, of Cottage Grove Avenue, Youngstown, were charged with possessing dangerous drugs after having been pulled over in the 5200 block of Market Street and when officers alleged finding a bag with three yellow tablets, as well as several loose pills in her purse. Gandy also was charged with obstructing official business when, they further alleged, she provided a false date of birth.
Theft: A Gertrude Avenue woman alleged a friend took 15 prescription pills from her purse.
Domestic violence: Terrance L. Johnson of West Fifth Street, Salem, faced a felony charge after his stepdaughter alleged that during an argument about a pair of shoes that occurred in a vehicle outside of a Boardman-Poland Road store, Johnson, 51, choked and pulled her neck backward into a seat, then tried to choke her again with a seatbelt.
Theft: Officers in the 1100 block of Doral Drive took into custody Jeremiah D. Womack, 30, who was charged with theft. Womack, of Megan Circle, Youngstown, was accused of stealing 14 articles of clothing valued at $210 from nearby Gabe’s, 850 Boardman-Poland Road.
Theft: She’Aontai L. Wells, 26, of Roberts Avenue, Warren, was charged with taking $55 worth of property, including a pair of women’s sandals, from Gabe’s. Theft: Youngstown police handed to township authorities Shavonne L. Jones, 29, who listed Youngstown addresses on Brooklyn and Taft avenues, and who was wanted on a theft charge, related to a shoplifting situation Feb. 15 in which $200 worth of health-and-beauty products was stolen from Family Dollar, 4026 South Ave.
Vandalism: Police were dispatched to Boardman Area Court on Market Street to charge Brandon J. Crespo, 22, of East Florida Avenue, Youngstown, with one felony count each of vandalism and tampering with a coin machine. In May, an officer on patrol reported seeing someone damage two sections of a coin-operated vacuum cleaner at Splash & Shine Auto Bath, 869 E. Midlothian Blvd., which resulted in a $1,500 repair estimate.
Theft: Authorities at Boardman Area Court booked Ricardo R. Wallace, 60, of Cook Avenue, Boardman, on a theft count after he was accused of recently stealing $308 worth of jerseys and socks from Touchdown Gifts & More in Southern Park Mall.
Theft: Robert D. Clark of Altman Road, New Castle, Pa., surrendered on a felony-theft charge. Clark, 22, was accused of stealing $1,073 worth of electronics items June 20 from Walmart, 1300 Doral Drive.
Attempted fraud: A Sheridan Road woman told authorities several females called claiming the accuser had breached a contract and was suspected of committing fraud in four other cases dating to 2014. The callers also told the woman she would have to pay $35,980, supposedly to rectify the problem, or be detained and arrested, she further reported.
Theft: Sandra L. Solis, 46, was charged after authorities alleged the San Diego woman stole $418 worth of hats and women’s shoes from Kohl’s, 383 Boardman-Poland Road.
Theft: Julia V. Butler of East Indianola Avenue, Youngstown, faced a charge after police alleged Butler, 34, took $136 worth of clothing items from Target, 417 Boardman-Poland Road.
Theft: Authorities charged Kameron L. Fennell, 20, of Wilson Avenue, Struthers, with stealing an $89 cellphone from Walmart.
Menacing: A worker with a Market Street used-car business reported an irate customer screamed at her and caused a scene after having been turned down for a loan.
Identity fraud: A Westport Circle man showed officers a letter he had received from Verizon Wireless stating he had a past-due account of more than $677, causing him to surmise someone had used his personal information to open the account.
Theft: Maleana J. Moore, 25, of Market Street, Boardman, surrendered on a felony-theft warrant, related to a July 25 situation in which a Pulaski, Pa., woman discovered her wallet missing while at a Market Street gas station.
Theft: A man reportedly fled in a light-colored car after having stolen $55 worth of food items from Walmart.
Theft: Police charged Melissa S. Mills, 35, of Homeworth, and Susanne L. Rodden, 46, of West Middletown Road, Beloit, with theft and contributing to the delinquency of minors after 30 articles of children’s clothing valued at $147 was stolen from Walmart. Also charged in the shoplifting situation were two Cutchogue, N.Y., girls, 12 and 16.
Harassment: A Cook Avenue woman said her soon-to-be former husband has made multiple unwanted calls in an attempt to speak with their daughter.
Theft: Police charged Ashley N. Miller, 31, along with a 16-year-old Youngstown boy, with theft after alleging they deliberately failed to self-scan a belt and $106 worth of clothing while in Walmart. Miller, of East Lucius Avenue, Youngstown, also was charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Theft: A Huntington Court man reported a $600 backpack-style leaf blower stolen from his front yard.
Theft: A Crestview Drive man discovered his wallet and $700 had been removed from his car.
Counterfeit: An employee with Cocca’s Pizza, 7144 Market St., reported two fake $20 bills had been used to pay for a food order.
Theft: A man in his 60s reportedly stole miscellaneous items from Dollar General, 4996 Market St.
Theft/vandalism: A Huntington Drive woman saw that her mailbox had been damaged and that various pieces of mail were missing from it.
Domestic violence: Raymond D. Patterson Jr., 23, of Windsor Road, Boardman, faced domestic-violence and simple-assault charges after the mother of his child alleged Patterson pushed her to the ground as she blocked the door in an effort to prevent him from leaving with their son, which also resulted in the child’s head accidentally hitting a door frame as they left the residence. Patterson also was charged with interference with custody.
Identity fraud: A Suzylinn Avenue woman alleged her husband created an account with her name and a photograph of the accuser on a website without her consent before it was removed.
Theft: Nicholas C. Makris, 45, no address listed, was arrested outside of a South Avenue restaurant, then charged in the theft of four video games from Walmart. Makris also was wanted on an outstanding Trumbull County warrant.
Theft: Salineville police relinquished custody of Noah R. Martin, 22, to township authorities, who wanted him on a theft warrant. The Wintersville, Ohio, man was accused of stealing a cellphone, a speaker and a set of headphones May 16 from Walmart.
Identity fraud: An Aravesta Avenue man discovered two fraudulent withdrawals totaling $480 had been made from his account at an automated teller machine.
Domestic violence: A 12-year-old Boardman boy was charged with the crime after his mother alleged he picked up a wall picture and struck her near the left eye with a corner of it during an argument related to discipline issues.
Theft: A woman discovered two garbage bags’ worth of clothing missing from her Glenwood Avenue apartment.
Identity fraud: An Austintown woman alleged her daughter used her personal information at a Boardman-Poland Road business to open an account without permission.
Theft: A man reportedly stole $23 worth of food and clothing from Dollar General, 859 E. Midlothian Blvd.