A compound-style hunting bow and 12 arrows valued at about $1,000 were reported stolen from a vehicle recently.
Leslie Harvey, 29, East Gardens, said she placed the bow, owned by Phillip Mahaney, 31, same address, in her minivan. It was last seen in the vehicle on Sunday, Nov. 18, at 10 pm.
She noticed the bow and arrows missing about 8 pm, Wednesday, Nov. 21. It is not known where or when the items were taken.
Jasmine Ribali, 29, Fox Chase, told police on Sunday, Nov. 25 that she had received a call asking if she had authorized the purchase of a prepaid card in the amount of $100 in Florida.
She advised she had not, and the transaction was cancelled.
The report notes Ribali contacted the bank to notify it of the incident.
Police were called to the 104 Rosewood Court residence of Doug Ball, 46, at 9:49 pm, Tuesday, Nov. 20, on a report that Ball was out with juveniles whom he suspected of attempting to steal pumpkins.
The Archbold police report notes the juveniles left the scene when officers arrived, but the police obtained a license plate number for one of the vehicles involved.
In a related case, Martha Robles, 40, 18 Miller Avenue, reported to police on Wednesday, Nov. 21, that pumpkins and a decorative pumpkin light set were stolen from her home sometime after 9 pm, Tuesday, Nov. 20.
The report notes officers told Robles that officers “did speak with some juveniles that had removed pumpkins from homes in the area.”
The lights, valued at $10, were recovered.
The Ball and Robles cases are still under investigation. The Mahaney and Ribali cases are closed, pending further information.