Three vandalism cases, one with damages estimated at $600, were reported to Archbold police recently.
Keri Turner, 34, East Gardens told police four tires on her sport-utility vehicle had been flattened.
Turner told officers she saw the vehicle at 1:30 am, Wednesday, Aug. 21. At that time, the tires were undamaged. When she returned to the vehicle at 7:30 am, all four were flat.
Police estimated the damage at $600.
Misty Cook, 27, East Gardens, told police the back window of her minivan was shattered.
The damage, which appeared to be done from the inside, occurred around 6:12 pm, Thursday, Aug. 22.
Police interviewed neighbors, none of whom reported seeing anything suspicious.
Charges are pending against a juvenile in connection with a house being struck by eggs.
Police received a report that a home at 615 North Defiance Street, owned by Alan D. Garrow, 44, rural Archbold, had been struck by eggs at 8:06 pm, Monday, Aug. 19. A caller reported the damage was done between 9 and 11 am that morning.
The police report states offi- cers “spoke to a juvenile about (the) incident, and photos were taken of property damage. Charges are pending.”