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Barberton: Police blotter — Sept. 30

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A Newton Avenue man, 40, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 15 after he allegedly threatened to kill a woman with a hunting knife. When she ran outside, another man grabbed the suspect and held him for police.

A Princeton Avenue man, 19, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 20 after he allegedly threw a spoon and hit his brother.

A Van Street man, 28, was charged with domestic violence Sept. 19 after he allegedly sent a text message to his wife, saying he was going to knock her teeth down her throat. He then allegedly struck his sister, knocked her to the ground and kicked her.

A Second Street Northwest man was charged with felony domestic violence after he allegedly hit his girlfriend in the head as she drove near Memorial School on West Summit Street.

A Third Street Northwest woman was charged with domestic violence Sept. 15 after she allegedly threw a glass-and-ceramic ornament at her live-in boyfriend, who suffered a small cut on his arm.


Two transactions totaling $1,057 were charged to an Alabama Place woman's credit card without authorization. She told police Sept. 20 that she gave the card to her boyfriend, who said he lost the card.

A theft warrant was issued for a Barberton man accused of selling a stolen TV set and computer for $1,300 to a Brunswick man. The buyer learned Sept. 18 that the items had been rented from Rent-A-Center. Workers took back the merchandise.

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