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Archbold Police Log




Oct. 12

3:14 am: Loud music, 600 block Brussel St., advised to turn it down.

7:15 pm: Assault, 100 block Hickory Ct., neighbor dispute, no assault involved; advised to stay away from each other.

Oct. 13

11:48 pm: Domestic, Hawthorn Dr.

Oct. 14

Noon: Vandalism, 200 W. Williams St.

Oct. 15

11:15 am: Loose dog, no collar, tags, 1200 block Stryker St., turned over to warden.

7:37 pm: Suspicious persons, salesmen, 400 block Murbach St., unable to locate.

7:50 pm: Suspicious person, persistent salesman, 100 block Lincoln Street, subject gone when officer arrived.

Oct. 16

8:15 am: Vandalism, East Gardens.

12:01 am: driving erratically, N. Defiance St. at E. Lutz Rd., spoke with driver and complainant, subject sent on with warning.

2:50 pm: Disabled vehicle, 100 block Franklin St.

3:25 pm: Citation to James E. Beck, 73, Archbold, passing stopped school bus with its lights flashing, 200 block W. Barre Rd.

3:20 pm: A car driven by Jonathon L. Quillet, 18, rural Fayette, with passenger James C. Ramey, 18, rural Archbold, was slowing for traffic in the northbound lane of S. Defiance St., about 95 feet north of Burke St. A second vehicle, described as a blue van, which was also traveling north on S. Defiance St., struck the rear of the Quillet vehicle. The driver of the unknown van got out, looked at the damage, then drove away.

Oct. 17

1:15 am: Barking dog, 200 block Farmington Rd., unfounded.

3 pm: Car, owned by Melissa Deborah Trenkamp, Archbold, was parked at the gas pumps at the Circle K convenience store. A pickup truck driven by Mark Younggren, 65, Springfield, Ill., with passenger Pamela L. Younggren, 59, same address, was backing from a parking space and struck the Trenkamp auto.

Oct. 18

3:17 am: Barking dog, 200 block E. Mechanic St., advised owner.

11:06 am: Vandalism to vehicle, 100 Rosewood Ct.

4:20 pm: Theft report, East Gardens.

6:37 pm: Disabled vehicle, 200 block Dogwood Ct., owner called for assistance.

Note: during the preceding week, Archbold police officers issued verbal warnings for traveling the wrong way on a oneway street, speeding, expired license plates, disobeying a stop bar, parking in a no-parking zone, and improper lane use. There also was one verbal warning for riding bicycles on a downtown sidewalk.


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