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Archbold Police Log

Oct. 17

5:52 am: Missing juvenile, 500 block S. Defiance St., juvenile left home with friend after parent went to bed.

11:01 am: Domestic dispute, 500 block S. Defiance St.

11:45 am: Missing juvenile returned home, spoke to juvenile and friend; both were advised of curfew and other charges that could be filed; juvenile released to parent.

11:39 pm: Theft, 700 West Barre Rd.

Oct. 18

8:16 am: Vandalism, 509 Jackson St.

8:30 am: Subject brought grandson to station, said youth would not listen to her; spoke with both parties, advised grandmother to contact juvenile probation.

3:14 pm: Traffic stop, verbal warning, driving through parking lot to avoid traffic signal, 400 block E. Lugbill Rd.

9:47 pm: Barking dog complaint, advised of possible charges.

Oct. 19

7:30 am: Norma Kauffman, 53, Archbold, was walking south, crossing W. Williams St., as a pickup truck, driven by Keith I. Bott, 69, Archbold, with passenger Cherokee B. Duncan, 15, same address, was traveling south in the alley, west side, 400 block N. Defi ance St., and made a right turn on W. Williams St. The pickup struck Kauffman and knocked her to the ground. Kauffman suffered possible injuries, but was not transported.

10:45 am: Found property, 100 block W. Holland St., owner claimed property.

11:30 am: An incident that occurred at 6:45 am was reported; a mini-pickup truck owned by Daniel Northrup, Montpelier, was parked in the Granite Industries lot. A second pickup, driven by Billy W. Hilton, 66, Morenci, Mich., was traveling south in the parking lot, when the left front wheel fell off and rolled into the parked pickup.

10:03 pm: Domestic violence, East Gardens, unable to determine primary aggressor, no charges filed.

Oct. 20

12:46 pm: 911 hang-up call, Frozen Specialties, spoke to employees, unable to locate caller.

3:15 pm: Juveniles shoving each other, 500 block S. Defiance St., warned juveniles.

4:40 pm: A pickup truck, driven by Brandi K. Beltz, 18, rural Archbold, was driving through a drive-up lane at the Huntington Bank S. Defiance St. branch, when the passenger-side mirror struck the automatic teller machine, breaking the mirror.

Oct. 21

7:10 am: A sport-utility, driven by Grace H. Farmer, 41, Defiance, was traveling west on Nolan Parkway, about two-tenths of a mile west of Co. Rd. 24, with passenger Robert Van Scoder, 32, same address, when the vehicle struck a deer.

7:58 am: Traffic stop, verbal warning for dropping off child while stopped in roadway, 300 block W. Holland St.

11:07 am: Found driver license, 2100 block N. Defi- ance St., subject picked up license.

12:05 pm: Dog at large, 500 block S. Defiance St., found dog, returned to owner, advised of village ordinance.

2:22 pm: Non-injury traffi c crash, S. Defiance St. at E. Lugbill Rd., subject left scene prior to officer arrival.

Oct. 22

8:17 am: A car, driven by Zabrina E. Gregg, 40, rural Archbold, was traveling south on N. Defiance St., and was stopped in traffic, while a second car, driven by Tyler L.K. Jennings, 17, Archbold, was stopped behind Gregg. The Jennings car rolled forward and collided with the Gregg auto. Jennings was cited for failure to maintain an assured clear distance ahead.

10:15 am: Theft of mail package, East Gardens.

10:40 am: Domestic dispute, East Gardens.

4:10 pm: Bird in house, 200 block Park St., got bird out.

Oct. 23

2:19 am: Verbal warning, loud music, East Gardens.

3:35 am: Loud TV, East Gardens, advised subject to turn it down.

5:38 pm: Short brown dog at large, 900 block Murbach St., unable to locate.

7:05 pm: A car, driven by Marvel L. Wagner, 83, Archbold, was backing at McDonalds when his auto collided with a car driven by Tonya M. Curtis, 35, Michigan Center, Mich., which was traveling east in the parking lot.

During the preceding week, Archbold police officers issued verbal warnings for speeding, a stop-bar violation, failure to drive in marked lanes, driving without two headlights when required, and failure to dim headlights.

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