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Archbold Police Log



May 30

12:57 pm: Found puppy in roadway, 100 block S. Defi- ance St.

May 31

11:43 am: Storm blew scissors lift onto truck, Black Swamp Sales & Rental.

11:51 am: Tree down on pickup truck, 212 DeGroff.

2:35 pm: A car owned by Pamela Boetz, Stryker, was parked in the Dollar General parking lot, when it was struck by an unknown vehicle. The second vehicle fled the scene.

9:07 pm: Domestic dispute, 800 block West St., no charges filed.

June 1

12:42 pm: Semi drove into yard while trying to back up to truck dock at Liechty Specialties. The truck became stuck, resulting in damage to the yard and a field. Advised driver he is responsible for the damages.

3:46 pm: Drive-away without paying for fuel, Archbold Main Stop, used credit card, but card reader did not register. Subject returned and paid.

10:38 pm: Disorderly conduct, 100 block Garden Dr.

June 2

6:57 am: Citation to Tabitha A. Foor, 42, Wauseon, speeding, 100 block S. Clyde’s Way.

1:12 pm: Juveniles riding bicycle and rollerblading on sidewalk, 100 block Stryker St., issued warning.

1:20 pm: Loose dog, 800 block West St., owner picked up dog.

2 pm: Unwanted person, 800 block West St., spoke to subject, advised not to return.

June 3

12:15 am: Juveniles out past curfew, 400 block S. Defiance St.

9:09 am: Stray dog, 200 block W. Williams St., black, red collar, no tags, put into kennel, dog owner notified.

11 am: Broken window, 109 E. Mechanic St.,

2:25 pm: A car owned by Peter C. Johnson, Bryan, was parked at the Archbold Hospital. A second car driven by Kaitlyn A. McQuinn, 21, rural Wauseon, attempted to park next to the Johnson vehicle. They collided. No injuries.

5:33 pm: Subject pumped 16 gallons of gasoline, worth about $44, at Archbold Main Stop, then drove off. Checked on vehicle registration, subject said he sold auto, but still has license plates.

June 4

No reports.

June 5

Vandalism, Carol Ann’s City Café.

Note:
During the preceding week, Archbold police officers gave verbal warnings for disobeying railroad gates, speeding, failure to drive in marked lanes, disobeying a stop sign.


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