Archbold, OH

Police Called To Fight At Convenience Store

A group of about 10 people was involved in a fight at the Circle K parking lot about 1 am, Saturday, Aug. 21.

An Archbold police officer was dispatched to the scene about 1:02 am, but the subjects fled in a small silver car and a black sport-utility vehicle before the officer arrived.

Brian Engler, Archbold, told police he saw part of the fight. During the course of the skirmish, one of the doors of his sport-utility was damaged. The repair cost was estimated at $200.

At Least 10

The police report states “at least 10 subjects were pushing and throwing punches.”

A review of the store videotape did not reveal any identifiable suspects.

Last week’s police log carried reports of three fights that occurred in the village.

The police report on a 1:33 am, Sunday, Aug. 8 incident at East Gardens makes mention of subjects leaving the scene “in a silver vehicle.”

It is not known if the two incidents are connected.


Charges have been filed in connection with two other incidents that occurred last week.

A 12-year-old Archbold boy has been charged with juvenile delinquency by way of assault, after he allegedly struck an 11-year-old boy in the face about 7:35 pm, Monday, Aug. 9.

Toby Jacobs, 31, rural Wauseon, and Brian Mc- Cowan, 31, Lyons, were charged with disorderly conduct following an incident at Nu-Arch Lanes about 12:50 am, Friday, Aug. 13.

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