Friday, July 27, 2012
Information provided by the Fairlawn Police Department.
On July 24, a Circle K gas station clerk called Fairlawn police around midnight to report he had just been held at gunpoint and the station had been robbed, according to a police report. The clerk said two black men were involved: one man (Suspect 1) had a white T-shirt over his face, the other (Suspect 2) had a black T-shirt covering his, the report said. Suspect 1 had a long-barreled handgun and Suspect 2 had a crowbar. The clerk was standing inside the station when he looked out the window and saw Suspect 1 pointing the gun at him. The clerk made a move to run and lock the store doors, but the men were able to gain entry, the report said. The men ordered the clerk to lock the doors and empty the registers, which he did. The men made him…
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Stephens, who was tried and convicted for his involvement in the shooting death of Cuyahoga Falls resident Kim Slayko, will be up for parole in 23 years.
Chad Allen Stephens, 22, of Akron, was sentenced to life in prison with a chance of parole in 23 years for his involvement in the aggravated robbery and murder of Falls resident Kim Slayko II. The judgment came as Stephens stood before Summit County Common Pleas Court Mary Margaret Rowlands on Wednesday morning. Stephens received 15 years to life for complicity to commit murder and eight years to life for complicity to commit aggravated robbery. The charges stem from two different incidents, reports the Akron Beacon Journal. The first occurred on Aug. 23, 2011 when Stephens set up a meeting to sell painkillers to a man at an Akron gas station. The drug deal went bad when Stephens sent an accomplice who robbed the man of several hundred …
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Earl Davis, 20, of Fairlawn, was indicted for robbing an Akron home with two accomplices.