Canfield crime activity: Man accused of stealing 14 packs of pop from Giant Eagle

Police investigated the following incidents from Dec. 12-24:

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Tuesday, Dec. 12

400 block of W. Main St., report of a man and a woman arguing at the Evergreen Motel. No charges were filed, but those involved were advised to seek civil protection orders.

200 block of Glenview Rd., report of a possible burglary. The investigation revealed that it was a relative, according to police. No charges were filed.

Monday, Dec. 18

100 block of Parkside Circle, reported theft of Christmas wreaths from a gazebo.

500 block of E. Main St., reported hit/skip crash in the parking lot of Giant Eagle. Police said the suspect was located, and insurance was provided. No charges were filed.

Saturday, Dec. 23

8:58 a.m. – E. Main Street, Frankie Russo, 25, of Youngstown, arrested and charged with theft, providing false identification to police, driving under suspension and failure to yield. Police spotted a vehicle speeding out of the parking lot of the store and said the driver — Russo — appeared nervous when stopped. He provided police with a false identity and was found with 14 packs of pop that were stolen from Giant Eagle, according to a police report. Police said surveillance video from the store showed Russo place the pop into a shopping cart and then run out of the store.

Sunday, Dec. 24

100 block of Fairview Ave., police were called about a domestic dispute between a man and a woman over housecleaning. No charges were filed, and the man left for the evening.

Disclaimer: These reports don’t represent all calls made to the Canfield Police Department. This public information was provided in reports from the Canfield Police Department. Items reflect charges filed, not convictions.

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