Galion and Bucyrus Police reports-Aug. 11


Staff report



Galion Police

Aug. 10

1:53 a.m.-Debra Dicus was issued a citation for driving under suspension in the 1200 block of Ohio 61.

8:12 a.m.-A report of a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of the Seventh Day Adventist Church was investigated.

8:26 a.m.-An employee of Rite Aid reported a man shoplifted from the store and left on foot.

12:26 p.m.-Officers assisted in removing a bat from a residence in the 300 block of South Market Street. The sleeping bat was released outside.

12:31 p.m.-A resident in the 400 block of First Avenue reported being threatened through Facebook.

1:46 p.m.-A domestic dispute was investigated in the 600 block of Crew Avenue.

4:44 p.m.-A resident in the 500 block of First Avenue reported a push lawn mower stolen.

5:08 p.m.-Kevin Davis was issued a citation for driving under suspension in the 100 block of Harding Way East. He was also court dates for active Crawford County warrants. A passenger in his vehicle, Chrysta DeJean, was also given court dates for warrants.

7:07 p.m.-A resident in the 100 block of Harding Way West reported receiving threatening phone calls.

7:27 p.m.-Joshua Kohls was issued a citation for driving under suspension at Heise Park.

Bucyrus Police

Aug. 10

6:54 a.m.- An East Mansfield Street resident reported trash bags dumped on his yard. The accused was spoken with and agreed to pick them up.

9:16 a.m.- Randall Allen, 22, was arrested in the 600 block of North Sandusky Avenue and charged with a protection order violation. He was taken to the Crawford County Justice Center to be held pending a court appearance.

9:24 a.m.- Officers spoke with a subject on station in reference to a disturbance.

10:40 a.m.- A disturbance between neighbors in the 600 block of Kaler Avenue was investigated.

1:50 p.m.- Officers attempted to locate a person experiencing mental problems that was believed to be in the area from out of state.

2:38 p.m.- A juvenile complaint was investigated in the 700 block of Prospect Street.

3:14 p.m.- Officers delivered a message for Ontario Police Department.

3:30 p.m.- A domestic dispute was investigated in the 700 block of South Walnut Street.

4:33 p.m.- Officers assisted Bucyrus Fire Department in the 1500 block of North Sandusky Avenue.

4:37 p.m.- Officers warned subjects soliciting without a permit in the 400 block of West Mary Street.

5:18 p.m.- Officers spoke to a subject on station about a domestic issue.

5:46 p.m.- A report of a person panhandling in the 200 block of East Mary Street was investigated.

6:36 p.m.- A report of a breaking and entering in the 1700 block of Marion Road was investigated.

6:44 p.m.- Officers investigated a report of kids swimming in the fountain on Washington Square.

7:04 p.m.- A domestic dispute was investigated in the 1000 block of Tiffin Street.

7:45 p.m.- A report of a person panhandling in the 500 block of West Mansfield Street was investigated.

9:32 p.m.- Officers attempted to serve a warrant.

9:42 p.m.- Officers assisted Life Support Team in the 1500 block of Isaac Beal Road.

10:09 p.m.- A domestic dispute was investigated in the 200 block of North Walnut Street.

11:26 p.m.- The City Water Department was advised of a water main break in the area of East and Southern Avenue.

Aug. 11

12:09 a.m.- A 15-year-old boy and a 16-year-old boy were both given a verbal warning for being out past curfew. They were on their way home.

1:01 a.m.- Robert Downing, 59, was arrested on a Crawford County warrant. He was issued a date to appear in court and released.

2:00 a.m.- A disturbance in the 400 block of Charlotte Street was investigated.

5:23 a.m.- Officers responded with EMS personnel to the 1200 block of West Southern Avenue.

6:01 a.m.- An employee at Knights Inn reported an unhappy customer causing a problem in the lobby.

6:03 a.m.- A resident in the 500 block of East Charles Street reported his vehicle vandalized overnight.

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Staff report

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