• July 6 at 12:25 a.m.: Marvin White, 35, of Oberlin, was charged with aggravated menacing and telecommunications harassment. A report said White sent threatening text messages and voicemails to a woman saying “someone is going to die tonight.”

• July 6 at 9:29 a.m.: Eight suits and set of golf clubs in a bag worth $5,600 were stolen from a man’s vehicle on Hawthorne Drive.

• July 7 at 5:55 p.m.: Tammy Cruz, 29, of Elyria, was charged with theft of 56 items from Wal-Mart worth $539.22.

• July 8 at 5:27 p.m.: Police responded to a burglary complaint on West Lorain Street. A report said an air conditioner was removed from a window and $100 was stolen from a bedroom.

• July 9 at 10:57 a.m.: Officers responded to a theft complaint of $700 from a locked cash drawer at Hall Auditorium.

• July 11 at 12:10 a.m.: A $700 cellphone was reported stolen from a women’s house on Groveland Street.

• July 14 at 5:20 p.m.: A man contacted police in reference to six unauthorized withdrawals taken by telephone and computer totaling $10,948.87 from his First Merit account.

• July 15 at 12:35 p.m.: Police responded to a theft of a change purse and prescription pills from a woman’s vehicle parked at the East Lorain Street Laundromat.

• July 15 at 5:15 p.m.: Two laptops were reported stolen from Oberlin College’s Phillips Gym. A report said the laptops were inside an office on a desk and in a bag and they were both taken from the room while workers were out.

• July 16 at 10:22 p.m.: Mandrell Tevis, 33, of Oberlin, was charged with assault and possession of marijuana paraphernalia. A woman told police Tevis pinned her to the bed and began choking her to the point that she couldn’t breathe. A report said Tevis told the woman, “You’re going to die” and, “First you die, then me.” Officers found a green, white, and yellow glass smoking pipe containing suspected marijuana on Tevis.

• July 20 at 2:30 p.m.: Miguel Lopez, 37, of Elyria, was charged with theft and obstructing official business. A report said Wal-Mart security saw Lopez concealing merchandise into the waistband of his shorts and exited the store after being asked to stop, heading into the wooded area next to the store. A worker at McConnell Excavating contacted police after seeing officers looking in the area and Lopez walked into the business office to fill out an application.