Streetsboro — An Aurora woman is facing several criminal charges after allegedly possessing some of the ingredients necessary for making methamphetamine in Streetsboro last month, as well as for shoplifting from two stores.

Jacinda K. Goldney, 33, was arrested by Streetsboro police on Nov. 8 — her third arrest in three weeks by that agency.

She charged with one count of illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of methamphetamine, a third-degree felony, and two counts of theft, both first-degree misdemeanors.

Streetsboro police Lt. Darin Powers said Goldney was stopped at Walmart for alleged shoplifting on Oct. 25. Upon her arrest, officers found “a large quantity of pseudoephedrine pills” in her possession.

A criminal complaint filed in Portage County Municipal Court said 144 pills were seized.

The active ingredient in many allergy and cold medications, pseudoephedrine is a main ingredient in the illegal manufacturing of methamphetamine, and the purchase of the drug is tightly controlled.

Goldney also allegedly stole a $69 camera battery from the Walmart that same day, according to court records.

Officers next encountered Goldney after she allegedly stole merchandise worth $99.99 from the CVS Pharmacy on Route 43 in Streetsboro on Oct. 27. Powers said Goldney.



  1. Jaden goldney says:

    You don’t need to post this. I get made fun of and everyone hates me because of my mom and dad you just make it worst you are not helping anyone. Your just a** holes. Leave my mom alone just put her in jail and help her don’t do your bulls**t “procedures” to make money just make her better and my mom again