Norton Police are asking the public's help finding a suspect they say broke into several units at the Barber Road Storage in Norton.
According to the videos, the incident occured the early morning of September 19th.
Anyone with information is asked to call Norton Police Detective Connell at 330.706.0084 Ext. 128.
Calling all photogs!
The City of Akron is looking for your best pictures of city-managed parks, one of which will be featured on the cover of the city's "Hey Akron!" magazine.
"The (Parks Photo Contest) is about celebrating our beautiful parks and encouraging residents to get out and enjoy these public spaces. It will also allow us to showcase a park, and what makes it great, through a citizen's eyes. This is a chance to have a photo featured in a publication with a robust Akron audience, so I'm hoping a lot of people take advantage of the opportunity, "Mayor Dan Horrigan said."
The submission deadline is now Monday, October 7th.
U.S. Marshals, along with the help of several local law enforcement agenices, were able to catch up with and arrest 63 people, all who were wanted fugitives.
Below is the full press release from the Marshals office:
Akron, Ohio –U.S. Marshal Pete Elliott, Akron Police Chief Kenneth Ball and Summit County Sheriff Stephen Barry announce the conclusion the Rubber City Roundup, which was conducted in Akron last week.
The Rubber City Roundup was a Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task led multiagency warrant initiative conducted in Akron from Sept. 16 – 20. In total, the task force arrested 63 wanted fugitives who were wanted for crimes of sexual assault, assault, burglary, narcotic offenses, weapons offenses and failure to register as a sex offender. The task force also seized 5 firearms: 3 rifles and 2 handguns. The fugitive task force targeted fugitives wanted in and around the Akron area for violent crimes. Task force divisions from the Canton and Cleveland areas assisted in the operation.
Akron Police Chief Kenneth Ball stated, “The goal of this warrant operation was to show a strong law enforcement presence and arrest as many violent fugitives as possible. Last week, all law enforcement agencies involved demonstrated commitment to keeping Akron a safe place by arresting over 60 fugitives.”
Summit County Sheriff Steve Barry added, “We are proud of not only these arrests by the NOVFTF, but of the efforts they put forth every day to take violent people off the streets!”
Participating Agencies for the Summer Sweep Operation: United States Marshals Service, Akron Police Department, Summit County Sheriff’s Office, Tallmadge Police Department, Norton Police Department, Bath Township Police Department, Copley Police Department, University of Akron Police Department, Hudson Police Department, Cuyahoga Falls Police Department, Ohio State Patrol, North Canton Police Department, Perry Township Police Department, New Philadelphia Police Department, Carrollton Police Department, Stark County Sheriffs, Cleveland Police Department, and the Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Department
On the Friday edition of The Ray Horner Show Podcast:
- Aaron Coleman sits down with this week's Students Athletes of the Week from Woodridge High School
- Golf pro Dan Dauk talks about more women getting into Golf
- Ray & the gang decide what television character they are most similar to
This week, we've got our eye in the sky, with stories about aviation safety, job opportunities, and an upcoming NASA mission to Mars.
Plus, some far-out vacation spots just perfect for space cadets everywhere, and talking lasers!
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This week our 1590 WAKR Male Student Athlete of the Week is senior football player Ben Lahoski from Woodridge High School.
“All of the kids look to him, and he’s the hardest worker and he knows every position on offense and defense if we asked him to play it.”
Ben plays linebacker on defense and serves as a running back on offense.
He’s a two-sport athlete playing both football and basketball at Woodridge. One of the unique aspects is playing on Lahoski Field, named after his grandfather.
Away from the field, he’s a member of the National Honor Society and is active in the community as well.
Upon graduation in the spring, Ben is undecided on where he is going to school, but plans on majoring in Business.
Our next Female Student Athlete of the Week is Sarah Abood, a junior volleyball player from Woodridge High School.
She says that she got the love for volleyball in middle school and stuck with it ever since.
“i originally got it from my grade school at IHM (Immaculate Heart of Mary in Cuyahoga Falls), and we started out with CYO and then I got into travel volleyball and tried out for the high school team," she said.
Her coach Katie Cicione says that Sarah is a true leader both on and off the court.
“Sarah is one of the most hard working athletes that we have within our program,” she says.
“Every day she strives to be the best version of herself possible for her teammates, constantly asking questions and always the first person one of our underclassmen go to.”
Among her many activities and clubs s, one of the most notable is the Woodridge Athlete Leadership Council.
She says that the number of athletes encouraging and helping one another is critical to success on and away from the playing field.
“I enjoy being a part of that club, it pushes me to be a better leader every day," she explained.
We wish Ben and Sarah all the best in their future endeavors.
On the Thursday edition of The Ray Horner Morning Show:
- Stow HS Football coach Tom Phillips discusses Bulldog football
- Billie Jo David, Dir. of Communications for the Summit DD explains the agency's move to Cuyahoga Falls & Barberton
- Mark Dawidziak talks with Ray about his latest book on "The Shawshank Redemption"
On the Wednesday edition of the Ray Horner Morning Show:
Wade Fallon & Carter Derrig from Coventry High School take part in the Academic Exam
Joyce Lagios stops by to discuss the 61st annual Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church & Greek Festival
Dr Joe Congini talks about sports injuries to high school vs. pro athletes
On the Tuesday edition of the Ray Horner Morning Show:
Robert Dodaro, Prism Wealth Management talking debt
Ben Curtis, Pro golfer promoting wine tasting event benefiting Ben Curtis Family Foundation
Fred Greetham, Orange & Brown Report on the Browns win vs NYJ
On the Monday edition of the Ray Horner Show Podcast:
Dr. Lori Varlotta, President Hiram College on lowering tuition
Dr. Gary Riggs, Veterinarian on veterinarian education
Dr. Dan Myer, Crystal Clinic on knee replacements for seniors
This week, we’re focusing how on how the Federal government is dealing with complaints that Google has been collecting personal information about children without their parents consent, how marketers making bank on your narcissistic selfie-behavior, and some new high-tech clothing that can make you invisible!