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Wadsworth police blotter for Dec. 21

Wadsworth police

Wednesday, Dec. 12
9:01 p.m. — 222 E. Smokerise Drive, police charged Melissa Jarvis, 25, of Barberton, and Latetia Booher, 22, of Doylestown, with theft at Walmart.
Thursday, Dec. 13
2 a.m. — 1160 Akron Road, an officer responded to Speedway for a reported burglary. The front door was broken and someone tampered with an automated teller machine. One of two suspects was apprehended. Charges are pending.
Friday, Dec. 14
12:37 p.m. — 90 Akron Road, the owner of K.J.’s Tree Service called police to report a stump grinder was stolen overnight from the business.
5:50 p.m. — 100 block East St., a resident reported the fraudulent use of his credit card in the amount of $95.84. The charge came from California.
Saturday, Dec. 16
1:37 p.m. — High St. and Brouse Drive, an officer cited Michael L. Watkins, 19, of Barberton, for possession of marijuana after a one-vehicle accident. No one was injured in the accident.
Sunday, Dec. 17
1:30 p.m. — 208 High St., an employee of Pepsi Co. reported the theft of his hand-held computer while his delivery truck was parked at Save-a-lot.
Monday, Dec. 18
12:55 a.m. — 292 Main St., Todd Molnar, 47, of 537 Ringer St., was arrested after police said he slashed a tire on a vehicle parked at Wadsworth Tavern.

Lodi police

Friday, Dec. 14
10:45 p.m. — 100 block S. Academy St., Marie Wilson, 39, of 109 S. Academy St., was arrested on the charge of felony child endangering after police said two juveniles were smoking a synthetic contraband inside her residence. One of the juveniles had an allergic reaction to the drug.