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• Man accuses friend of stealing $200: Police responded to the Hard Rock Rocksino Sept. 19 around 5 p.m. for a report of theft. According to the report, a 23-year-old Macedonia man told police he had handed a friend $200 to prevent him from spending it. He said the friend, a 22-year-old Massillon resident, had left and did not return phone calls made to his cell phone. The Massillon man eventually did respond to a text message demanding he return the money by stating he was going to return with the money and that he “couldn’t believe he had called the police,” according to the report. The village prosecutor said no charges were warranted because the man’s friend had simply done what he had been asked to do.
• Man with suspended licensed had liquor in vehicle: Police arrested a 38-year-old Strongsville man about 1:40 p.m. Sept. 15 on Route 8 near Sagamore Road for an expired registration. While preparing his vehicle for towing, police found an open bottle of liquor and also determined the driver was wanted on a warrant by Brunswick police. He was charged with driving under suspension, and for an open container violation and turned over to Brunswick police.
• Canton resident picked up on warrant: A village police officer drove to a Medina gas station Sept. 14 to pick up a 23-year-old Canton man who was wanted on a Northfield Village warrant for driving under suspension and expired plates. The man had been picked up by Wadsworth police. The Canton man was given a mayor’s court date and released.
• Cleveland woman arrested on warrant: Police picked up a 23-year-old Cleveland woman Sept. 8 who was wanted on a Northfield Village warrant for failure to appear on speeding, driving under suspension and driving without a license. She had been arrested by North Randall police. The woman was given a mayor’s court date and taken to the Macedonia Jail pending payment of a $450 bond.
• Badges found with donations: Police responded to the Goodwill on Route 8 Sept. 11 to pick up badges belonging to Hudson EMS and Notre Dame Police. The badges had been found with donations to the store, according to the report. Police contacted the agencies to pick up their property, the report states.
• Woman summonsed into mayor’s court: Police charged a 51-year-old Youngstown woman with passing bad checks after a Macedonia Commons store manager reported to police Sept. 13 that the woman had used a bad check to purchase $150 worth of merchandise in May. The manager said notices the store sent by certified mail in June and July regarding the check were returned unclaimed. Police attempted to contact the woman, but reported her phone would not accept phone calls. The woman is being summonsed into Macedonia Mayor’s Court.
• Juvenile agrees to stay away from store following altercation: A patrolman responding to a disturbance at the Macedonia Commons store Sept. 12 around 11 a.m. was told two juveniles had been arguing with employees at the service counter after one of the juveniles was not allowed to pick up a money transfer, according to the report. The juvenile who had been denied the transfer agreed to contact the store’s corporate office and to stay away from the store, the report states.