WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) – A man was booked into the Trumbull County Jail Tuesday afternoon suspected of stealing gavels and more from a local judge, according to a police report.

Ademilson Smith, 40, is charged with six misdemeanors including receiving stolen property, possessing criminal tools, resisting arrest, criminal damages, obstruction of business and trespassing.

Around 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Niles police contacted Judge Cynthia Westcott Rice of the Trumbull County Common Pleas Court. Police told Judge Rice that they had arrested Smith with her things in his possession, according to a report.

According to the report, Judge Rice was missing two wooden gavels and a brass Lady Liberty statue from the bookcase in her chambers.

Sheriff’s deputies checked the visitor logs of the courthouse and noticed Smith had signed in just before 8:30 a.m. Tuesday. The sign-in indicated Smith was going to another court, according to the report.

Reports say cameras show Smith entered the courthouse around 8:15 a.m., signed in, and proceeded to the second floor. Then, Smith entered the courtroom and the judge’s chambers. He later leaves the courthouse through the front door, according to the cameras.

According to a report, Niles found Smith after they were sent to Panera Bread for a report that a man had been breaking into vehicles. An employee of the business reported confronting the suspect and said the suspect threatened to chop his head off and then left the area.

Officers spotted the suspect — later identified as Smith — running through the parking lot of the Great East Plaza, toward Hobby Lobby. He threw bags and items on the ground and crawled under a vehicle to get away from police, the report stated.

The man then continued running to the Onyx Health Club parking lot, where officers took him to the ground.

Police say Smith was found with the judge’s stolen items when he was arrested.

Smith was arraigned Tuesday in Niles Municipal Court. His bond was set at $100,000.

Smith’s pretrial is set for Feb. 8.

Nadine Grimley contributed to this report.