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Archbold Police Log




Aug. 10

12:27 pm: Barking dog, 200 block Farmington Rd., advised owner of ordinance.

5:15 pm: Citations to Vashti M. Bowers, 20, Archbold, for speeding and driving while license suspended.

Aug. 11

1:12 am: Dog bite, 200 block of Vine St.

3:17 pm: Juvenile on bicycle struck pedestrian, 100 block Stryker St.

Aug. 12

2:45 pm: Report of fraud, East Gardens.

6:48 pm: Loud music, Colony Meadows, advised subject to keep it down.

8 pm: Dog at large, 200 block E. Holland St., advised owner of ordinance.

Aug. 13

12:37 am: Loud noises, East Gardens, advised subject to keep it down.

7:20 am: Juveniles crossing street in traffic, 200 block N. Defiance Street, spoke with Archbold High School cross country coach.

3:35 pm: Found bicycle, 200 block W. Williams St., taken to vehicle storage building.

9:11 pm: Citation to Sanjuanita Muniz, 25, Defiance, license suspended, N. Defiance St. at E. Lutz Rd.

Aug. 14

12:10 am: Carrie Figy, Colony Meadows, reported that sometime between 10 am, Tuesday, Aug. 12, and 12:10 am, Thursday, Aug. 14, someone entered her residence and moved items around. Nothing was missing, there was no sign of forced entry.

9:18 am: A car driven by Patsy Jackson, 47, rural Archbold, traveling east on Stryker St., was stopped at the Franklin St. intersection. A second car, driven by Valetta Stuckey, 76, rural Archbold, was traveling east behind the Jackson auto. The two collided. Stuckey was cited for clear distance ahead.

1:08 pm: Burglary, 402 Stamm St.

3:53 pm: Subject drove away without paying for gasoline, S&S Express, returned and paid.

Aug. 15

7:02 pm: Traffic stop, verbal warning for loud music, citations to Shawn Davis, 18, rural Archbold, seat belt, and illegally dark tinting, 200 block W. Holland St.

Aug. 16

12:44 am: Loud music, 1000 block S. Defiance St., advised to turn music down.

Note: During the preceding week, Archbold Police officers issued verbal warnings for improper lane use, no taillights, illegal left turn, headlight out, 11 bicycle riders on downtown sidewalks.


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