Archbold police released reports on three motor vehicle crashes that occurred within the village during February.
None involved injury.
A pickup and a sport-utility vehicle collided at the intersection of Lutz Road and North Defiance Street about 1:46 pm, Saturday, Feb. 13.
The SUV, driven by Craig D. Weber, 46, Wauseon, with passengers Shelby Lynn Weber, 17, same address, and Bryenna Sue Sprow, 17, rural Wauseon, was traveling west on East Lutz Road, and was attempting to make a left turn, to go south on North Defiance Street. The report notes the SUV had the green light.
The pickup, driven by Janelle Marie Allen, 17, rural Archbold, was traveling north on North Defiance Street, and collided with the SUV in the intersection. Allen was cited for disobeying a traffic signal.
A car and a pickup collided on Lafayette Street about 175 feet west of South Pleasant Street, about 3:20 pm, Tuesday, Feb. 16.
The car, driven by Amanda S. Walker, 33, rural Archbold, with passengers Kenneth Walker, 12, and Gavin Walker, 10, was stopped in traffic in the eastbound lane.
A pickup, driven by Mitchell Todd Grosjean, 16, Archbold, was traveling east behind Walker. They collided. No citation was issued.
A mishap occurred in a Sauder Woodworking parking lot in the 800 block of West Barre Road about 7:20 am, Wednesday, Feb. 17.
An SUV driven by Andrew J. Lanning, 25, rural Swanton, was pulling out of a parking space and turning right when it struck a car parked in the next space.
That car was owned, and occupied, by Gregory T. Mull, 52, Wauseon.