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Archbold Police Log




Nov. 16

3:02 am: Loud noises, Colony Meadows, advised to turn it down.

3:09 pm: 700 block W. Barre Rd., truck with open doors behind building, nothing tampered with.

3:23 pm: Theft of clothes from vehicle, 304 Murbach St.

Nov. 17

7:22 am: disabled vehicle, N. Clyde’s Way at E. Lutz Rd., assistance arrived.

Noon: Report of suspicious activity, 105 St. Anne St.

2:55 pm: Car, driven by Constance J. Cape, 61, rural Edgerton, with passenger Darlene J. Goebal, 66, Edgerton, was stopped in traffic in the southbound lane of S. Defiance St., 82 feet north of Lafayette St. A second car, driven by Bethany J. Morgan, 18, rural West Unity, was traveling south behind the Cape auto. The two collided. Morgan was cited for failure to maintain an assured clear distance ahead.

3:07 pm: Footprints in snow near unlocked storage shed, 119 Fox Run, nothing stolen.

7:21 pm: Suspicious person, 200 block S. Defiance St., no footprints in snow.

Nov. 18

6 am: Semi truck, driven by Robert L. Tranthem, 63, Clinton, owned by Oberlin Farms Dairy, LLC, Cleveland, was backing in the Circle K parking lot, and struck a parked car, owned by Larry A. Kammeyer II, Archbold.

6:54 pm: Domestic, 100 block Christine Dr.

Nov. 19

6:05 am: Suspicious vehicle, Colony Meadows, gone on arrival.

7:55 am: Citation to Victor J. Jay, 30, Swanton, passing stopped school bus, 1900 block S. Defiance St.

12:30 pm: Car, driven by Jeanette R. Jackson, 73, Wauseon, stopped in traffic on Stryker St., 85 feet west of North Defi- ance St., in the left turn lane. In front was a truck, driven by Joel D. Aldrich, 48, Millbury, owned by Prism Lubricants, Toledo. Aldrich backed to allow a semi truck to negotiate the corner, and collided with the Jackson auto. Aldrich cited for improper backing.

8:26 pm: Cat found, 400 block E. Lutz Rd., advised police do not handle lost animals.

Nov. 20

2:27 pm: Vandalism, Ruihley Park.

Note: During the preceding week, an Archbold Police officer issued a verbal warning for failure to yield.


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