Archbold, OH

Archbold Police Log

Sept. 27

2:39 pm: A car owned by William C. Lingle, Archbold, was driverless, left in gear. The transmission slipped, and the vehicle rolled across the parking lot at Archbold Hospital, striking a parked minivan owned by Kenneth L. Shook, Defiance.

3:03 pm: Hawk with trap on foot caught in garage 1300 block S. Buehrer St., Ohio Department of Natural Resources on the way.

Sept. 28

3:25 pm: A car owned by Michael Wagner, 202 E. Williams St., was parked in front of his residence when the left side mirror was broken. Damaged sometime after 1 pm, Sept. 27.

Sept. 29

3 pm: Warning, two juveniles crossing against traffic, 300 block Stryker St.

9:58 pm: Vandalism, 100 block South Defiance St.

2:40 pm: Criminal mischief, 204 W. Holland St.

Sept. 30

4:11 pm: Theft, 421 N. Defi- ance St.

Oct. 1

8:31 am: A car driven by Molly C. Bateman, 20, New Weston, was stopped in traffi c in the Circle K parking lot. A minivan driven by Amie M. Maynard, 35, Archbold, was backing. They collided.

5:25 pm: House keys found, 1900 block S. Defiance St.

Oct. 2

8:13 pm: Fatal traffic crash, 900 block Stryker St.

11:45 am: A car driven by Mina E. Hood, 81, Archbold, was traveling north on S. Defi ance St. and was stopped at the Norfolk Southern crossing. A second car driven by Joan L. Smith, 68, Archbold, was trav- eling north on S. Defiance St. The two collided. Smith was cited for failure to maintain an assured clear distance ahead.

6:13 pm: Dog at large, 200 block Park St., placed in kennel, notified warden.

Oct. 3

11:21 am: Bill Hammond, Antwerp, reported while at volleyball tournament at Archbold High School and Middle School, someone scratched the driver side door of his pickup truck. Damage was done sometime after 8:30 am.

4:26 pm: James Gonzales, 104 West St., reported his children’s bicycles were vandalized, damaged between 10 pm, Oct. 2, and 3 pm, Oct. 3. Damage: $130.

5:55 pm: Juveniles playing on stone piles, 100 block S. Defi- ance St., advised to leave property.

11:19 pm: Loud party, 200 block Vine St., advised subjects to keep it down.

During the preceding week, Archbold police officers gave verbal warnings for speeding, failure to drive in marked lanes, disobeying a stop sign, two headlights required, and illegal window tinting.

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