Fairlawn Police Blotter: Assault, Theft and Counterfeit Bills

The following arrest information was supplied by the Fairlawn Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.


A Norton man was arrested Friday after an argument with another man who refused to replace him at work. According to a police report, Joshua Bonner, 18, came to the home of Alex Szalay, of Fairlawn Friday afternoon to ask that Szalay work his shift at . Witnesses said when Szalay refused to work Bonner’s shift, the man punched him in the head and fled the house. Szalay, 18, sustained a one to two-inch cut over his left eye that required stitches.

Bonner showed up at the Fairlawn Police Department later that day with his mother, but he refused to give a written statement. He was charged with misdemeanor counts of assault and aggravated trespassing and was taken to the Summit County Jail.


A salesperson at ’s in Summit Mall reported receiving a suspicious 50 dollar bill on Monday at about 2 p.m

The employee noticed that the serial number on the money matched previous bogus bills passed at the store.  A suspect, described as a black female approximately 50 years old, left before she could be questioned, leaving the money behind. 


A Tony Hawk model BMX bicycle was taken from the tennis courts at at about Monday afternoon. Police found the bike in front of a house on Kenridge Road at 3:42 p.m. A juvenile told police he had found the bike, but later admitted to police to taking it. The owner of the bicycle declined to prosecute. 

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