Thursday, Jan. 31
5:11 p.m. — 201 Park Center Blvd., an officer responded to The Galaxy about a patron who failed to pay a tab of $53. Charges are pending.
Friday, Feb. 1
11:02 a.m. — 100 block Summit St., an officer met with a resident about $144 in fraudulent charges made to his credit card.
11:41 p.m. — 210 Great Oaks Trail, an officer responded to Brubaker’s Pub about a reported disturbance. David S. Seamon, 26, of 6808 Boneta Road, Sharon Township, was charged with disorderly conduct.
Saturday, Feb. 2
5:51 p.m. — Bicksler Drive and Franks Ave., police were dispatched about a utility pole struck by a vehicle whose driver fled the scene. Tyler Huff, 19, of 205 Stratford Ave., Wadsworth, was charged with falsification, fleeing the scene of an accident and failure to control.
Sunday, Feb. 3
3:24 a.m. — 1051 High St., an officer responded to Circle K regarding a reported intoxicated driver. Angela Ann Mitchell, 21, of Orrville, was arrested on charges of furnishing false information to avoid arrest and driving without a license.
Tuesday, Feb. 5
7:04 a.m. — 632 School Drive, an officer responded to the YMCA parking lot about a suspicious vehicle and found two people involved in sexual activity. Police cited Gideon Marley, 22, of 133 Garfield Ave., Wadsworth, for disorderly conduct.
Wednesday, Feb. 6
10:36 p.m. — 377 Main St., a report was filed with police regarding an unspecified amount of money stolen from South End Tavern.
Tuesday, Jan. 29
9 p.m. — 225 Elyria St., an officer responded to Lodi Hospital about a disturbance involving an argument between two people. Robert States, 30, of 117 S. Broadway St., Lodi, was charged with criminal trespassing, disorderly conduct and stalking.
Wednesday, Jan. 30
9:46 p.m. — 100 block Sunset Drive, Briana Schultz, 18, of 102 Sunset Drive, was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia.
Saturday, Feb. 2
2:30 a.m. — 700 block Medina St., an officer responded to Moxies Grill about a report of an unlocked car being entered. Only personal papers were reported missing.
3:25 p.m. — 110 Ainsworth St., a village resident came to the police station to report someone entered his locked car and stole a Wii video game system. There were no signs of forced entry.