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Archbold Police Log



Sept. 19

3:31 pm: Citation to Amber. G. Faunce, 28, Wauseon, speeding, 700 block E. Lutz Rd.

Sept. 20

6:27 am: Vandalism, Fypon building, 502 Jackson St.

9:46 am: Loud music, Colony Meadows, advised subject to turn it down.

10:22 am: Lost wallet, High St.

2:56 pm: Citation to Lori A. Lewis, 47, Wauseon, speeding in a school zone, Franklin St. at Stryker St.

3:53 pm: A car, owned by Harold W. Johnson, Montpelier, was parked at Super- Valu and was struck by another vehicle, which left the scene. Elizabeth A. Bentz, Archbold, later reported she was pulling out of a parking space next to Johnson, turned too sharply, and the two collided.

Sept. 21

4:10 pm: License plate found, 4000 block St. Rt. 66, left message for owner.

6:04 pm: Juveniles found running around outside of Shelly Materials building, 305 W. Mechanic St., youths taken into custody, transported to station, released to parents.

Sept. 22

7:20 am: A car, owned by Ned Gisel, rural Archbold, was parked at Fairlawn Haven when it was struck by an unknown vehicle, which left the scene.

11:35 am: Report of possible prowlers, 500 block Jackson St., no one around when officers arrived.

7:20 pm: Unruly juveniles, East Gardens.

7:40 pm: Unruly juvenile, Fairlawn Haven, parent brought juvenile to police station to speak to officer.

Sept. 23

1:03 pm: Garbage can in middle of roadway, 400 block S. Defiance St., nearly caused an accident, was removed.

3:02 pm: 911 hang-up call, 900 block West Barre Rd., phone misdialed while being moved.

4:52 pm: Verbal warning, parking too close to a stop sign, 100 block Ruihley Ave.

5:20 pm: Found bicycle lying in grass, east side, 200 block Bankey Ave., placed in storage.

8:16 pm: Loud bang heard by subjects, Church St. and Vine St. area, unable to locate.

Sept. 24

1:11 pm: Domestic, East Gardens, fight between sisters, unable to determine primary aggressor.

Sept. 25

8:37 pm: Juveniles cutting across private property, 300 block Meadow Road, advised youths to use sidewalks.

Note:
During the preceding week, Archbold police offi cers gave verbal warnings for speeding, disobeying a stop sign, disobeying a traffi c signal, stop bar violation, driving with one headlight, driving with no lights when required, and driving with no front license plate.


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