Bucyrus Police report-Sept. 6


Staff report



Sept. 2

9:29 a.m.- A report of a possibly impaired driver on Plymouth Street was investigated. The vehicle was not located.

12:49 p.m.- A Marion Road resident reported money taken from his bank account. Officers are investigating.

12:53 p.m.- An abandoned bike was picked up in the 500 block of South Spring Street.

1:03 p.m.- Officers spoke with a subject on station regarding possible stalking.

1:38 p.m.- A report of loud music on Prospect Street was investigated.

1:42 p.m.- Willis Clary, 26, was arrested in the 300 block of East Charles Street after officers found him inside a vacant residence. He was taken to the Crawford County Justice Center pending a court appearance.

1:50 p.m.- A disturbance was reported at the police department.

3:48 p.m.- A report of a sick crow was investigated on South Poplar Street.

3:59 p.m.- A welfare check on an intoxicated male with a child was made in the 200 block of North Poplar Street.

4:07 p.m.- A report of an injured cat was in the area of Plymouth and Earl Streets.

4:31 p.m.- Officers assisted with a fingerprint request.

4:39 p.m.-A two-vehicle accident was investigated at Maple and Irving Streets.

4:49 p.m.- A possible sex crime was reported and is under investigation.

4:58 p.m.- One tax summons was served on Charlotte Street.

4:59 p.m.- A domestic dispute was investigated on Woodlawn Avenue.

5:37 p.m.- Two income tax summons were served at the police department.

5:47 p.m.- A report of children in a vehicle without car seats was made.

5:51 p.m.- A welfare check on a person in the 1800 block of East Mansfield Street was requested.

5:57 p.m.- A report of possible drug activity was made.

6:04 p.m.- A possible water line break was reported on Woodland Drive.

6:28 p.m.- A theft report was made at the police department.

8:24 p.m.- Officers attempted to serve a warrant.

8:30 p.m.- Officers assisted Life Support Team in the 1000 block of Nevada Road.

8:48 p.m.- A possible civil protection order violation was reported and is under investigation.

11:21 p.m.- A report of two dogs attacking another dog was investigated in the 1200 block of Willard Street.

11:40 p.m.- A 12-year-old Bucyrus boy was reported missing by his parent. He was located at a friend’s house.

11:43 p.m.- A report of an intoxicated driver was made in the 400 block of North Sandusky Avenue.

11:59 p.m.- A report of a motorcycle speeding in the 1100 block of East Mansfield Street was made.

Sept. 3

12:16 a.m.- Officers assisted with a juvenile complaint in the 500 block of Failor Street.

1:56 a.m.- Officers investigated a disturbance in the area of Washington Square.

3:05 a.m.- Officers made a welfare check in City Lot 3.

3:06 a.m.- A report of a suspicious vehicle driving in yards in the 1100 block of Hopley Avenue was investigated. The vehicle was gone upon officer’s arrival.

3:17 a.m.- Officers spoke with some suspicious persons in the 1200 block of Hopley Avenue.

4:38 a.m.- A disturbance in the 1200 block of South Walnut Street was investigated.

5:21 a.m.- Officers assisted Life Support in the area of Bucyrus Plaza.

8:29 a.m.- A subject was warned in reference to trespassing after he was reportedly sleeping in a car he does not own in the 300 block of West Irving Street.

9:40 a.m.- Officers spoke with subjects reference dumping trash in city lot 3.

11:55 a.m.- A report of a dog left in a car in the 1200 block of East Mansfield Street was investigated.

12:04 p.m.- Officers took an assault complaint in the 1300 block of North Sandusky Avenue.

12:27 p.m.- A hit-skip accident report was taken in the 700 block of Virginia Avenue.

2:15 p.m.- An employee of Valero, 211 Hopley Ave, brought a bike on station that had been left there all day.

2:25 p.m.- Two transient people were assisted in contacting the Salvation Army to find a room for the night.

3:34 p.m.- Officers picked up paperwork found in the 300 block of South Lane Street.

4:17 p.m.- Jesse Davis, 39, was arrested in the 400 block of Woodlawn Avenue on charges of domestic violence. He was taken to the Crawford County Justice center to be held for court.

4:41 p.m.- A 14-year-old Bucyrus boy was arrested on charges of theft in the 200 block of South Lane Street. He was released to a parent pending an appearance in juvenile court.

4:57 p.m.- Officers attempted to serve a warrant.

4:59 p.m.- A report of a 5-year-old child alone at McDonalds was investigated. The child was returned to a caregiver.

6:54 p.m.- A theft report was made at the police department.

7:01 p.m.- A report of possible child abuse was taken and investigated.

8:40 p.m.- A report of a suspicious person was investigated in the Pinewood Court area.

8:58 p.m.- Anisha McIntyre, 25, was arrested in the 300 block of South East Street on three Crawford County warrants and served two tax summons. Officers were initially called to the area for a theft report .

9:03 p.m.- A disturbance in the 900 block of Prospect Street was investigated.

9:52 p.m.- Officers mediated a domestic issue at Bucyrus Estates.

10:11 p.m.- A report of loud music in the South Highland Avenue area was investigated.

10:27 p.m.- A report of two suspicious people with flashlights in the 300 block of South Poplar Street was investigated. They were found to be residents looking for something they had dropped.

10:30 p.m.- A report of someone knocking on doors in the 400 block of Norton Way was investigated.

11:13 p.m.- A resident in the 400 block of Norton Way reported someone had moved her trash cans.

11:52 p.m.- A report of loud music in the 500 block of Rogers Street was investigated.

Sept. 4

12:15 a.m.- Officers checked on a vehicle parked in Holy Trinity Cemetery. The driver was found to be catching Pokemon.

12:34 a.m.- A resident in the 100 block of South Poplar Street reported his vehicle broken into.

12:49 a.m.- Officers assisted Life Support Team Ambulance at Pinewood Apartments.

9:11 a.m.- Officers assisted the Ohio State Highway Patrol in the 1700 block of Marion Road.

10:52 p.m.- Officers checked the 500 block of West Mary Street for a report of juveniles throwing rocks at cars.

12:55 p.m.- A Schwinn bicycle found abandoned on South Walnut Street was turned in to the police department.

3:12 p.m.- Tyler Burnett, Caledonia , 28, was arrested in the 1500 block of North Sandusky Avenue on charges of drug paraphernalia, drug abuse instruments and warrants out of Crawford and Marion Counties. He was taken to the Crawford County Justice Center.

4:55 p.m.- A theft report was taken in the 900 block of Maple Street.

5:37 p.m.- A report of an unruly juvenile was investigated in the 900 block of Maple Street.

5:40 p.m.- Three tax summons were served at the police department.

6:27 p.m.- A disturbance in the 300 block of North Walnut Street was investigated.

7:01 p.m.- A domestic dispute was investigated in the 1500 block of Linwood Drive.

7:05 p.m.- Officers assisted Crawford County Sheriff’s Department personnel.

7:21 p.m.- Officers assisted Bucyrus Fire Department on East Rensselaer Street.

8:32 p.m.- Officers investigated a report of possible drug use.

9:24 p.m.- Officer checked a report of juveniles riding bikes without lights.

9:59 p.m.- A juvenile complaint was investigated at Bucyrus Plaza.

10:55 p.m.- A resident of Bucyrus Plaza reported money stolen.

11:443 p.m.- A report of an intoxicated female at Walmart was investigated.

Sept. 5

12:21 a.m.- A report of a disorderly patron at the Crazy Fox Bar was investigated.

1:29 a.m.- Vanessa Reffey, 29, was arrested for disorderly conduct. She was issued a minor misdemeanor citation and released with a pending court date.

2:35 a.m.- Officers checked on an intoxicated male in City Lot 3. He was getting cab and going home.

5:22 a.m.- A report of a suspicious person in the 300 block of Plymouth Street was investigated.

6:38 a.m.- Officers assisted Life Support Team Ambulance in the 300 block of Woodlawn Avenue.

7:09 a.m.- Scott Ohl, 49, was arrested on a warrant out of Crawford County. He was issued a date to appear in court and released.

8:05 a.m.- Officers spoke to a female on station about a custody issue.

9:07 a.m.- Officers assisted the Ohio State Patrol and Crawford County Sheriff’s Office in the 800 block of South Sandusky Avenue.

9:13 a.m.- Officers assisted Life Support Team Ambulance on Washington Square.

9:52 a.m.- A female was cited for driving under suspension in East Mansfield Street area.

11:11 a.m.- A children’s bicycle was stolen from the 300 block of East Charles Street.

2:10 p.m.- A report of boys riding their bikes in the roadway on Plymouth Street was investigated.

6:34 p.m.- Kevin Parker, 35, and Sherri Dible, 33, were both arrested on Crawford County warrants. They were each given a date to appear in court and released.

7:23 p.m.- Officers initiated a traffic stop just north of town on Tiffin Road. The driver of the vehicle, Ashley Reed, 24, was issued a ticket for driving without a license and also issued a minor misdemeanor citation for marijuana paraphernalia. A passenger, Derrick Meyers, 18, was arrested on charges of abusing harmful intoxicants. They were each given their paperwork and released pending a court appearance.

7:51 p.m.- Jessica Myers, 30, was arrested on two Crawford County warrants. She was issued a date to appear in court and released.

8:48 p.m.- A report of a suspicious vehicle on Sherman Street was investigated.

9:14 p.m.- Justin Kimble, 27, and Joshua Denzer, 20, were both arrested on charges of trespassing and breaking and entering after reports of two subjects breaking into the concession stand at Aumiller Park ball fields. They were issued a summons and taken to the Crawford County Justice Center to be held for court.

Sept. 6

12:32 a.m.- A report of two juveniles spray painting the street in the 1200 block of Monnett Street was investigated.

1:11 a.m.- James W. Banks, 41, was arrested on two warrants out of Crawford County. He was issued a date to appear in court and released.

6:26 a.m.- Officers responded to an accident at Irving Street and North Sandusky Avenue.

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