Bucyrus police reports – Aug. 13


Staff report



Bucyrus Police


Aug. 11

9:38am Officers assisted Mansfield PD in the 400 block of S. Walnut St.

10:16am A false alarm was received from the 500 block of N. Lane St.

11:02am A report of a domestic dispute in the 600 block of S. Sandusky Ave. was received.

11:27am A funeral escort was made for Wise Funeral Service.

12:29pm A disturbance in the 500 block of S. Spring St. was investigated.

12:35pm A bike that had been left in the 700 block of N. Lane St. was brought to the station.

1:44pm Jeffrey A Arn, 54 was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct by intoxication. He was issued a minor misdemeanor citation and was taken to the Crawford County Justice Center to be held until sober.

3:40pm Officers spoke to children in the 800 block of S. Sandusky about trespassing and riding bikes in front of oncoming traffic.

3:55pm Officers assisted a motorist locked out of their vehicle at Speedway.

4:57pm A traffic citation was issued in the area of Woodlawn & Highland Av.

5:53pm Theresa Smith, 47, was arrested in the area of E. Charles and Jones St. on charges of possession of drugs..

6:39pm A report of a dog lunging at people in the 800 block of Wilber St. was investigated.

6:42pm A report of juveniles asking for money in the 100 block of E. Charles was investigated.

7:16pm A welfare check was requested on a resident on Mary Ann Ln.

7:59pm A Dudley St. resident reported a phone stolen from his workplace.

8:07pm A report of a vehicle speeding in the area of Warren St and Iron was made.

8:58pm Officers assisted a motorist locked out of their vehicle at Walmart.

9:52pm Officers warned several juveniles about playing in the fountain at Millennium Park.

9:54pm A suspicious vehicle at Stouts Laundromat was investigated.

10:08pm A verbal traffic warning was issued at Aumiller Park.

10:23pm A verbal domestic disturbance in the 800 block of Cleland Street was investigated.

10:55pm A disturbance in the area of Warren and Wiley Street was investigated.

11:11pm A group of people were warned about trespassing at the Bucyrus Elementary School.

11:14pm A disturbance in the 200 block of W. Mansfield Street was investigated.

11:18pm A report of a vehicle in the area of Irving and Wiley speeding and peeling tires was investigated.

11:35pm A report of a suspicious person in the 900 block of Union Street was investigated.

Aug. 12

12:19am A verbal domestic disturbance in the 600 block of Dudley Street was investigated.

12:41am A suspicious vehicle parked in the area of Dean and Irving Street was investigated.

12:45am Officers were called back to the 600 block of Dudley Street for a verbal domestic. One of the subjects agreed to leave the house for the rest of the night.

1:58am Officers investigated a suspicious vehicle parked at the Friendship Bridge.

6:33am A syringe found in the 900 block of S. Walnut Street was disposed of by officers.

9:03am Officers investigated a false alarm at the Medicine Shoppe.

9:46am A traffic citation was issued in the area of Woodlawn and Whetstone St.

10:22am A bicycle found in the 200 block of S. Spring St. was brought to the police department.

10:30am A traffic citation was issued in the area of Emerson and Dunn St.

11:53am A report of a suspicious vehicle in the 1800 block of E. Mansfield St. was investigated.

12:48pm A report of an unsupervised child was reported on Songer Av.

12:55pm A report of unsupervised children was reported on Faustina Av.

2:02pm Officers assisted a motorist locked out of their vehicle in the 600 block of N. Sandusky Av.

2:55pm An accident was investigated in the 200 block of E. Mansfield St.

3:02pm A traffic complaint was investigated in the area of Whetstone and Southern Av.

3:15pm A Woodlawn Av. resident reported a black Mongoose bicycle stolen from their yard overnight.

3:33pm A report of children playing in the roadway was investigated on Faustina Av.

3:35pm A parking complaint was investigated in the 600 block of S. Spring St.

4:36pm A traffic warning was issued in the area of Woodlawn and Whetstone.

4:41pm A disturbance was investigated in the 600 block of N. Sandusky Av.

5:22pm A parking complaint was investigated in the 800 block of Faustina Av.

5:46pm A report of kids shooting a bbgun was made on Sheckler St.

5:50pm Richard Malicoate , 28, was arrested on charges of possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia in the area of Lane and Blicke St. He was issued a minor misdemeanor citation and released.

6:18pm A domestic dispute was investigated in the 600 block of Wilbur St.

6:45pm A report of children playing in the fountain at Millenium Park was investigated.

7:00pm A report of a young boy riding a bicycle and holding a steak knife was made. Officers did locate the boy, he did not have a knife.

8:05pm A report of a possible breaking and entering on Ethel St was investigated.

8:10pm Officers investigated the report of a fight on High St.

8:23pm A civil standby was completed on W. Warren St.

8:27pm A report of vehicles speeding on W. Mary St. was made.

9:21pm A verbal traffic warning was issued in the 300 block of S. Lane St.

10:32pm A report of a fight in the 200 block of N. Poplar Street was investigated.

11:42pm Officers assisted a resident experiencing mental issues in the 1200 block of Willard Street.

Aug. 13

12:53am A report of a group of people around the 400 block of E. Mansfield Street was investigated. They had moved on before officers arrived.

1:29am A Bucyrus resident reported his elderly mother had not returned home to the 1100 block of Rikki Lee Lane after leaving a friend’s house this evening in town. She was located by Marion County Sheriff deputies and was reunited with her son.

2:15am A resident in the 100 block of S. Spring Street reported someone trying to climb through her kitchen window. A 21 year old Bucyrus man was arrested and transported to the Crawford County Justice Center to be held for investigation of felony Burglary charges.

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