Archbold, OH

Vehicle Vandalism Reported To Archbold Police Department

Three cases of vandalism to vehicles, and a fourth of a vehicle causing vandalism, were reported to Archbold Police officers during the preceding week.

Police were called to the Bly residence, 217 Burke Street, at 12:29 am, Monday, July 30, where the wife of Michael Miller, rural Archbold, the vehicle owner, told police her daughter had driven the auto, parking it in front of the residence. When the daughter returned to the vehicle, she discovered it had been covered in syrup and toilet paper, the windows were soaped, and peanut butter under the door handles.

The vehicle was vandalized sometime between 10:30 pm and 11:45 pm.

Rick Schantz, superintendent of the Archbold Water Treatment Plant, told police on Wednesday, Aug. 1, someone damaged the taillights of a vehicle owned by the Village of Archbold.

The damage occurred while the vehicle was parked at his residence, 300 South Defiance St., between 10 pm Tuesday, July 31, and 6 am the next day.

Sarah Renz, 420 Ditto St., told police on Tuesday, July 31, she found scratch marks on the passenger side door of her car. She was not sure when or where the damage came from.

A representative of the Dairy Queen restaurant told police on Friday, Aug. 3, a semi truck turned around in the restaurant parking lot about 3:40 pm. and struck an awning on the north side of the building.

The Archbold Police Report states there was no visible damage to the awning.

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