Galion police reports – Nov. 15


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Nov. 5

7:54 a.m.-A report from a city employee that trash is being dumped at South Park was investigated.

8:45 a.m.-A domestic violence incident was investigated in the 1400 block of McClure Avenue.

4:31 p.m.-Sherrie Leonard was issued a citation for speeding in the 900 block of South Market Street.

Nov. 6

11:33 a.m.-A Jefferson resident reported tires slashed on a truck at the residence.

1:26 p.m.-A report of a purse stolen from a vehicle while parked at the East Side Carry Out was investigated.

1:59 p.m.-A wallet found near First Federal Bank of Ohio, 140 N. Columbus St., was turned in to the police department.

3:33 p.m.-Michelle Marini was one of several truck drivers issued citations for not properly following a truck route near Clymer Avenue.

3:36 p.m.-A report of theft in the 300 block of Dawsett Avenue was investigated.

3:42 p.m.-A domestic dispute in the 500 block of South Boston Street was investigated.

Nov. 7

12:31 a.m.-An accident with injuries was investigated in the lower level parking area at Galion Community Hospital.

11:18 a.m.-A report of a residential burglary in the 500 block of Second Avenue was investigated.

1:36 p.m.-A report of harassment in the 100 block of Carmel Avenue was investigated.

2:20-A report of the theft of a cell phone in the 500 block of Grand Street was investigated.

4:41 p.m.-A report of a stolen food stamp card was investigated in the 400 block of Libby Lane.

7:19 p.m.-Kevin Foust was arrested on a Crawford County warrant after officers were called to a residence in the 400 block of Harding Way West for a domestic dispute.

Nov. 12

3:32 p.m.-Teddy Britt was arrested on a Crawford County warrant in the 300 block of Dawsett Avenue.

9:07 p.m.-A non-injury accident was investigated at Speedway.

9:18 p.m.-A report of a hit-skip accident in Geyer’s parking area was investigated.

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