DALTON POLICE BLOTTER
Dalton Police reports are obtained from the police station and are available to the public.
MISSING PERSON A woman reported Jan. 10 she had fought with her boyfriend in the 100 block of N Mill Street and he left the house afterward. He returned later. They began to fight again and he said he was going to walk to Barberton. She had not heard from him. He was later located and contacted by phone.
THEFT OF IDENTITY A man reported a telephone scam that involved his father Jan. 10 and 11. The person on the phone claimed he was a representative for Aetna Medicare. The man said he called Medicare and put an alert on his father’s account. He also contacted his father’s bank. No loss of funds reported.
ATTEMPTED BURGLARY A woman reported a man was hitting her neighbor’s door at 8:26 p.m. Jan. 11 in the first block of W Main Street and then proceeded to back up and kick the door with his feet. He did this three times before getting into his car and sitting there for five minutes. There was no damage to the door and no entry was gained, the report states. The neighbor was not home. Police provided extra patrols in the neighborhood.
INCIDENT A business owner found two used syringes lying in an empty parking space Jan. 13 on the north side of Main Street. Both were empty and beat up and were placed in an evidence tube, the report states.
MISSING PERSON A resident who had left at 6:52 p.m. Jan. 19 from the 15000 block of Lincoln Way was later found unharmed.
WARRANT SERVED Officer stopped a vehicle for expired plates at 11:28 p.m. Jan. 20 at N Church Street and discovered the passenger had a warrant out of Wadsworth for criminal trespass. He was taken into custody and taken to the Medina County Jail by a Wadsworth police officer. The driver was issued a warning for expired plates.
PANDERING OBSCENITY INVOLVING A MINOR School administrator reported a female student had sent nude pictures to another student between Jan. 17 and 21.