A officer reported May 16 that a woman dressed in a police shirt with badges and patches was at the court house. When asked who she was, she identified herself to the court officer as an auxiliary police officer. Impersonating a peace officer is a fourth-degree misdemeanor.
In other police news:
- A student reported to police that her MP3 player was taken from her purse off of her desk during school. The music player taken May 20 is valued at $340. Theft, in this situation, is a first-degree misdemeanor.
- A Heatherwood Court resident reported to police that her jeep’s back window was shattered May 23 in the driveway. The damage is around $200. Police said the item used to break the window was not found.
- A Bunting Trail resident reported items were taken from his unlocked vehicle May 21. The resident told that a mp3 player, valued at $230 and $150 in cash was taken from the car. Other items taken were a leather wallet with two bank cards. Theft, in this situation, is a fifth-degree felony according to the report.
- A Higby Drive resident had his home egged May 20. Stow Police confronted the two Stow teen males who threw the eggs and the owner of the home said if the men cleaned up the mess, he would not press charges. The eggs were cleaned up. If charges had been filed, criminal mischief is a third-degree misdemeanor, in this situation.
- A student reported to police May 20 that another student dumped orange juice on his head while riding the bus home from school. The 12-year-old said it is an ongoing problem. Disorderly conduct, in this situation, is a minor misdemeanor.
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