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Archbold Police Log



April 13

9:50 am: Car in ditch, 800 block E. Lutz Rd., all okay, subject working in fields.

10:40 am: Assisted sheriff deputies serve warrants. Subject posted bond.

12:27 pm: Archbold Main Stop reported an older man driving a light blue or silver pickup pumped $101.42 and drove off; subject may have attempted to use a credit card. Under investigation.

4:09 pm: Hitchhiker, 700 block E. Lutz Rd., unable to locate.

8:20 pm: Report of assault, case closed.

9:35 pm: Disabled vehicle, 1900 block S. Defiance St., out of gas, transported to residence.

April 14

8:15 am: Dogs at large, 300 block Short-Buehrer Rd., two black Great Danes, took to kennel, notified dog warden.

10 am: Dog running loose, 2000 block S. Defiance St., returned to owner.

1:44 pm: Report of animal cruelty, 300 block S. Defi- ance St.

8:58 pm: Domestic dispute, 400 block West St.

April 15

10:55 am: Traffic crash, Fairlawn Apartments, occurred on private property, both subjects declined report, no visible damage.

2:22 pm: Broken glass on roadway, 1500 block S. Defi- ance St., swept off road, advised Street Department.

April 16

8:37 am: Unruly juvenile, 500 block N. Defiance St.

10:53 am: Picked up person for grand jury, Colony Meadows, transported to courthouse.

10:34 pm: 911 hang-up, 1800 block S. Defiance St., checked residence, all okay, accidentally hit emergency button on phone.

April 17

3:37 pm: 911 hang-up, Bil- Jax, dialed by accident.

April 18

6:21 am: Streetlight out, 400 block Primrose Ln.

10:54 pm: Possible vandalism to home with eggs, 209 S. Defiance St.

11:15 am: Damage to auto, East Gardens.

April 19

7:23 pm: Loud music, Fox Chase, advised to keep volume down and monitor language content.

April 20

7:45 am: Filled in for crossing guard, Lafayette St. at Pleasant St.

8:22 am: Elderly man in wheelchair with no shoes, 400 block E. Lutz Road; all okay, going to his apartment.

9:55 am: 911 hang-up, Fox Chase, all okay.

Note: During the preceding week there were verbal warnings for peeling, improper lane use, disobeying a stop sign, and speeding.



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