Bucyrus and Galion Police reports


Staff report



Galion Police

July 11

12:01 a.m.-A report of a suspicious vehicle at Burger King was investigated.

12:38 a.m.-A report of suspicious people at Colby Park was investigated.

2:18 a.m.-A report of juveniles in the area of the splash park at East Park was investigated and one juvenile was taken into custody.

5:22 a.m.-A resident in the 500 block of First Avenue reported being threatened by someone she knows.

2:05 p.m.-Joey Horton was issued a citation for driving under suspension, turn signal and expired plates in the 200 block of Dawsett Avenue.

3:32 p.m.-A report of a person with a gun in the Third Avenue area was investigated. A girl was found to have cigarettes and a BB gun in her possession which were confiscated.

4:50 p.m.-Megan Hively was issued a citation for speeding on North Market Street.

5:42 p.m.-A domestic dispute in the 500 block of First Avenue was investigated.

8:04 p.m. .-A resident in the 800 block of East Walnut Street reported a person opened a credit card in their name without their knowledge.

8:45 p.m.-A person walking past the Varsity Grille while playing Pokemon Go reported an alarm going off at the business.

9:57 p.m.-Michael Taylor was issued a citation for expired plates on Harding Way East.

Bucyrus Police

July 11

9:44 a.m.- Officers assisted Life Support Team in the 500 block of South Walnut Street.

10:42 a.m.- Officers assisted Life Support Team in the 1700 block of Marion Road.

2:55 p.m.- Officers investigated a report of theft out of a motor vehicle in the 1200 block of Sherwood Drive.

3:02 p.m.- Officers assisted Community Counseling with a welfare check in the 1700 block of Marion Road.

3:48 p.m.- A theft report in the 600 block of East Oakwood Avenue was investigated.

3:53 p.m.- Officers checked the welfare of a person in the 200 block of East Charles Street.

4:42 p.m.- A domestic dispute was investigated in the 900 block of Elm Street.

5:01 p.m.- Officers investigated a juvenile complaint in the 600 block of East Oakwood Avenue.

5:32 p.m.- Officers spoke to a person on station about harassing text messages.

6:59 p.m.- An attempted breaking and entering was reported in the 1000 block of Reid Street.

7:57 p.m.- A Charles Street resident reported their credit card being used fraudulently.

8:58 p.m.- Officers returned a young child that was found alone in the 300 block of Wiley Street to their parents.

9:00 p.m.- A loose dog in the 1400 block of Woodlawn Avenue was returned to its owner.

9:04 p.m.- A disturbance was investigated in the 500 block of South Sandusky Avenue.

9:13 p.m.- A disturbance was investigated in the 1400 block of Woodlawn Avenue.

9:37 p.m.- An alarm was investigated at the YMCA.

10:08 p.m.- A disturbance at Taco Bell was investigated.

10:10 p.m.- A report of a suspicious person in the 1000 block of Robinhood Drive was investigated. It was a worker with Century Link working on a repair.

11:14 p.m.- Tadd Williams, 34, was arrested on a Crawford County warrant. He was issued a court date and released.

July 12

12:30 a.m.- A report of suspicious people in the alley off the 500 block of East Warren Street was investigated.

1:55 a.m.- A report of juveniles trying to get into vehicles parked in the 300 block of East Warren Street was investigated.

2:06 a.m.- A report of a possible intoxicated driver coming into town on Ohio 98 was investigated.

2:26 a.m.- A disturbance in the 300 block of Plymouth Street was investigated.

3:53 a.m.- A report of a possible prowler around a residence in the 1400 block of Woodlawn Avenue was investigated. The residence was secure and no one was located in the area.

4:35 a.m.- A report of a vehicle on the golf course was investigated. It was an employee starting work.

5:55 a.m.- Craig Myers, 35, was arrested for disorderly conduct by intoxication. He was issued a minor misdemeanor citation and taken to the Crawford County Justice Center to be held until sober.

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Staff report

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