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Galion Police

June 29

12:23 a.m.-A domestic dispute in the 100 block of Harding Way East was investigated.

2:50 a.m.-A summons was issued to Brandon Peoples for possession of drugs/drug paraphernalia when he was a passenger in a vehicle stopped by police on Harding Way East.

5:14 a.m.-David Boyer was issued a citation for driving with an expired registration in the 1200 block of Ohio 61.

9:52 a.m.-A report of an unruly juvenile was investigated in the 800 block of South Market Street.

10:56 a.m.-A report of a theft at Save-A-Lot was investigated.

1:20 p.m.-A non-injury accident at Portland Way South and Henry Street resulted in a citation being issued to Don Cordrey for assured clear distance ahead.

4:07 p.m.-A report of a missing or runaway juvenile in the 800 block of Ash Street was investigated.

June 30

1:14 p.m.-Officers assisted firefighters at residence in the 200 block of West Atwood Street after a grass fire spread to the residence.

1:47 p.m.-Nick Davis was arrested on a misdemeanor warrant in the 600 block of Brookside Drive and issued a court date and released.

1:58 p.m.-A report of a threat made against staff members Galion Community Hospital was investigated.

7:43 p.m.-Chad Plummer was issued a citation for driving with an expired registration on Harding Way East.

8:25 p.m.-A report of a fight in the 200 block of Railroad Street resulted in Michael Lane Sr., being issued a citation for disturbing the peace.

10:26 p.m.-A disturbance in the 400 block of Libby Lane was investigated.

July 1

12:56 p.m.-A hit-skip accident was reported at the Galion West Shopping Center.

2:33 p.m.-A non-injury accident at South Market Street and Public Square resulted in a citation being issued to Charles Robison for assured clear distance ahead.

5:38 p.m.-A resident at Signature Health Center reported a piggy bank containing money stolen from their room.

July 2

12:26 a.m.-A report of a missing or runaway juvenile was investigated in the 5400 block of Ohio 19.

12:28 p.m.-A domestic dispute was investigated on North Washington Street.

2:05 p.m.-A non-injury accident at Heise Park was investigated.

2:59 p.m.-A report of an assault at Heise Park was investigated.

7:09 p.m.-Darian Milo was arrested on a warrant and issued a court date when officers stopped a vehicle on Portland Way North near Carter Drive.

8:58 p.m.-A report of a fight on Mardo Lane was investigated.

11:58 p.m.-A report of an assault was investigated in the 400 block of Fifth Avenue.

Bucyrus Police

July 1

8:31 a.m.- Officers responded to a man needing assistance in the 100 block of North Sandusky Avenue because he had fallen off a bench. William Bruce, 45, Bucyrus, was arrested for abusing harmful intoxicants and is being held pending a court appearance.

10:45 a.m.- Officers investigated a report of domestic trouble in the 800 block of South Spring Street.

11:33 a.m.- Officers investigated a two-car, non-injury accident on East Mansfield Street at Mary Street.

12:49 p.m.- A resident in the 300 block of Plymouth Street reported medication taken from the home.

12:58 p.m.- Ryan Satir, 36, Lexington, was arrested for disorderly conduct by intoxication while in the 1400 block of Whetstone Street.

1:32 p.m.- A resident reported his bike stolen from the 200 block of East Mansfield Street.

5:21 p.m.- A two-vehicle non-injury crash in the area of Walnut Street and Southern Avenue was investigated and a citation was issued.

5:49 p.m.- A report of an erratic driver on Schaber Avenue was investigated.

5:57 p.m.- Officers delivered a message for Bucyrus Community Hospital on West Warren Street.

6:09 p.m.- A disturbance in the 600 block of Hopley Avenue was investigated.

7:01 p.m.- A resident in the 400 block of West Mansfield Street reported being threatened by someone she knows.

7:50 p.m.- A Bucyrus resident came to the police department to report being stalked by someone he knows.

7:55 p.m.- Eric Cameron, 30, was arrested on charges of trespassing at WalMart and a Crawford County warrant. He was issued a summons and a date to appear in court and released.

8:07 p.m.- A Bucyrus resident came to the police department to report a possible sex crime.

9:47 p.m.- Ray Ferguson, 40, was arrested on charges of drug paraphernalia in the 1300 block of Marion Road. He was issued a summons to appear in court and released.

11:04 p.m.- Officers assisted Life Support in the 500 block of South Poplar Street.

11:23 p.m.- A report of fireworks being set off in the South Walnut Street area was investigated.

July 2

12:19 a.m.- Officers mediated a domestic issue in the 100 block of West Oakwood Avenue.

12:54 a.m.- Officers mediated a domestic issue in the area of Clark and East Warren Streets.

1:59 a.m.- A female reported being assaulted while in the 300 block of East Rensselaer Street.

2:16 a.m.- Sheila Surgener, 47, was arrested for disorderly conduct on Harper Avenue. She was issued a minor misdemeanor citation and taken to the Crawford County Justice Center to be held until sober.

2:35 a.m.- Officers assisted an intoxicated female on Washington Square.

2:40 a.m.- A report of a disorderly male patron at Hardee’s was investigated.

8:55 a.m.- Officers mediated a domestic dispute in the 500 block of South Sandusky Avenue.

4:10 p.m.- A customer at the 100 block of West Mansfield Street was trespassed from the property.

4:27 p.m.- A disturbance on Sherman Street was investigated.

7:15 p.m.- Two income tax summons were served at the police department.

8:02 p.m.- Don Webb, 37, was located in the 1700 block of Marion Road and arrested on a Crawford County warrant. He was taken to the Crawford County Justice Center to be held for court. Another individual was served an income tax warrant.

10:33 p.m.- Officers responded to a domestic disturbance complaint in the 200 block of West Mansfield Street. A juvenile female was arrested for underage consumption. She was released to her mother and will be contacted by juvenile court with a court date.

July 3

12:33 a.m.- Officers responded to a non-injury crash in the area of East Mansfield and Walnut Streets and a citation was issued.

1:03 a.m.- Myrin Curley, 40, was arrested on a warrant out of Crawford County. He was issued a date to appear in court and released.

1:07 a.m.- A resident in the 100 block of West Liberty Street reported a possible trespasser. Officers checked the area and did not locate anyone.

1:40 a.m.- A report of loud music at Bucyrus Estates was subjects singing karaoke and they were advised to quiet.

1:53 a.m.- A report of a fight in the 100 block of North Poplar Street was found to be a verbal dispute and the subjects dispersed.

7:10 a.m.- Officers investigated a possible shoplift from UDF, 701 S. Sandusky Ave.

9:02 a.m.- A report of a disturbance in the 200 block of East Lucas Street was investigated.

12:25 p.m.- A theft of garden items was investigated in the 200 block of West Southern Avenue.

2:06 p.m.- Officers investigated a report of a domestic in the 1100 block of South Walnut Street.

2:06 p.m.- A resident in the 1100 block of South Walnut Street was issued a court date for an income tax warrant.

2:10 p.m.- A report of an assault in the 100 block of West Mansfield Street was investigated.

3:42 p.m.- Officers checked on a warrant in the 600 block of South Sandusky Avenue.

4:52 p.m.- A report of vandalism was made on Lutz Drive.

5:00 p.m.- Officers assisted with a domestic dispute involving a custody exchange at City Hall.

5:24 p.m.- A report of an intoxicated person at Aumiller park was unfounded.

6:21 p.m.- Officers spoke to a subject at the police department about a custody dispute.

6:43 p.m.- A non-injury hit-skip accident was reported at Sandusky Avenue and Oakwood Avenue. Officers located the suspect vehicle driving in the 1300 block of Marion Road and the individual was charged with driving under suspension and OVI.

8:29 p.m.- Officers assisted Life Support Team in the 600 block of North Sandusky Avenue.

9:51 p.m.- Officers spent the next several hours responding to multiple calls for fireworks being shot off around town.

9:59 p.m.- A female at the police department was referred to the Crawford County Sheriff Office regarding a family member using her vehicle and not returning it after officers determined she lives outside the city limits.

10:22 p.m.- A resident in the 1700 block of Whetstone Street reported being harassed and threatened by someone he knows.

10:39 p.m.- Officers assisted a subject experiencing mental issues in the area of Whetstone Street and Woodlawn Avenue.

10:51 p.m.- Officers responded along with Bucyrus Fire Department for a garage fire in the area of Iron and Charles Streets.

11:28 p.m.- A report of a suspicious group of teenagers in the 200 block of East Mansfield Street was investigated. They were not causing a problem and were advised to head home by curfew.

July 4

1:27 a.m.- Officers assisted a pedestrian in the 400 block of North Sandusky Avenue that was experiencing mental issues.

2:14 a.m.- A suspicious vehicle in the 1300 block of East Mansfield Street was investigated.

2:24 a.m.- Dustin Lowe, 28, was arrested on charges of OVI in the 700 block of Rogers St. He was issued his citation and released to a sober family member.

1:03 p.m.- An income tax warrant was served on South Spring Street.

1:11 p.m.- A disturbance in the 900 block of Elm Street was a verbal dispute and the subjects dispersed.

2:31 p.m.- Officers assisted a semi-truck that was attempting to get to GE at Rogers Street and Southern Avenue.

4:53 p.m.- Officers assisted Life Support Team on Stetzer Road.

6:48 p.m.- A report of a suspicious male was investigated on West Perry Street.

7:12 p.m.- A report of a suspicious vehicle was made in the 600 block of Wilbur Street.

8:36 p.m.- A domestic dispute was investigated in the 200 block of South Lane Street.

9:17 p.m.- Officers spoke to a person trespassing in the 200 block of Woodlawn Avenue.

July 5

1:56 a.m.- A motorist came to the Police Department to make a complaint about an incident that happened around New Washington. They were referred to the Sheriff Office.

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