Several reports of vehicles being broken into in the Woodland Oaks neighborhood were filed with Archbold police, Sunday, June 22.
Another report was filed Monday, June 23.
Also, one vehicle was stolen; then later recovered.
•Amanda K. Ramirez, 22, 100 Rosewood Court, told police sometime between 9:30 pm the preceding day and 7 am, Sunday, June 22, someone entered her parked vehicle and went through it.
Nothing was missing, but a social security card was found outside the vehicle.
Ramirez was advised to put fraud alert on her credit. Reported to police at 7:15 am.
•Justin Thomas Beck, 26, 208 Dogwood Court, told police during the same time period, someone entered two of his vehicles parked outside and took a cell phone charger and $20 in change. Reported to police at 12:52 pm.
•When asked by police, Paul B. Fisher, 54, 220 Dogwood Court, reported that between 11 pm, Saturday, June 21, and 1:14 pm the following day, a gold necklace valued at $1,000 and two rolls of quarters, with a total value $20, were taken from his vehicle. Reported to police at 1:14 pm.
•Representatives of E&S Auto & Tire told police that sometime between 2:30 and 2:50 am, Sunday, June 22, a company vehicle, described as a “party bus,” was stolen from their parking lot.
The vehicle was recovered, damaged, in the 5300 block of Co. Rd. 16.
Also, another vehicle at the business was damaged. Reported to police at 4:16 pm.
•Keri Grooms, 33, 1902 South Defiance Street, told police on Monday, June 23, that sometime between 10:30 pm, Saturday, June 21, and 7:45 am, Monday, someone entered her parked auto and took $1 in change. Reported to police at 7:49 am, Monday, June 23.