Bucyrus police reports – Jan. 19


Staff report



Jan. 18

7:01am Officers investigated a report of vandalism in the 400 block of Hopley Ave.

8:01am A false alarm was received from the 900 block of Nevada Rd.

9:22am A syringe was turned over to officers from the 100 block of W. Mansfield St.

9:32am Income tax summons were served in the 300 block of S. East St.

9:38am Income tax summons were served in the 1300 block of Woodlawn Ave.

10:22am A false alarm was received from the 1600 block of Marion Rd.

10:29am Income tax summons were served in the 1100 block of Lynne Ave.

10:40am Officers investigated a report of a vehicle hitting a stop sign in the Wingert and Irving St area.

10:59am Income tax summons were served in the 500 block of S. East St.

11:12am Income tax summons were served in the 200 block of Euclid Ave.

12:08pm A motorist was given a warning for stop sign violation Rogers and Martha Ave.

12:50pm A civil standby was conducted in the 1000 block of Tiffin St.

3:52pm Officers responded with Bucyrus Fire Department for a call of a fire in the 400 block of Lawn Avenue.

4:32pm A traffic warning was issued at Washington Square.

4:33pm A resident in the 200 block of N. Poplar Street reported her 16-year-old son missing since yesterday evening. He later returned home with some friends.

5:43pm Officers attempted to check the welfare of an employee at Elite Driving School. She was not there, but was quickly located and found to be fine.

6:00pm A domestic disturbance in the 200 block of Blicke Street was investigated.

6:40pm Officers assisted a motorist locked out of his vehicle at Walmart.

7:05pm A report of someone possibly breaking into a house on Rogers Street was investigated. The people turned out to be friends of the owner who were just moving some items from the property.

7:07pm A report of a possible intoxicated driver on E. Mansfield Street was investigated. The vehicle was not located.

7:12pm Officers assisted a motorist locked out of his vehicle in the 700 block of Ann Street.

7:23pm A resident of Morgan Manor came to the Police Department after getting locked out of her apartment. A locksmith was contacted to assist her.

8:05pm A report of a strange light in the 1500 block of Hopley Avenue was investigated. Nothing out of the ordinary was located in the area.

8:06pm An overtime parking complaint in the 400 block of W. Mansfield Street was investigated.

8:07pm A traffic citation for Expired Registration was issued in the area of Maple and Irving Street.

8:25pm A 9-1-1 hang up call from the 300 block of E. Lucas Street was investigated. No one was located needing assistance.

8:49pm Officers stood by in the 1000 block of Tiffin Street for a civil property exchange.

9:38pm A false alarm in the 1400 block of Home Circle Drive was investigated.

10:05pm A resident of Nevada, Ohio reported her son’s I-phone 6s stolen while at the YMCA tonight.

11:28pm Officers conducted a welfare check in the 200 block of W. Mary St.

11:49pm Officers attempted to locate a subject with a warrant in the 100 block of Plymouth St.

Jan. 19

12:03am Officers responded to an alarm in the 100 block of Brookside Dr.

12:55am Officers spoke to a female on station who was concerned about her adult grandson in Cleveland.

2:11am A report of 2 suspicious subjects with a large screen TV in the area of W. Southern Ave. and Marion Rd. was investigated. The TV was not stolen.

2:22am A report of people with flashlights in the alley between Union St. and Failor St. was investigated.

3:16am Officers assisted the ER staff at Bucyrus Community Hospital with a disorderly patient.

3:26am Traffic stop in the 200 block of Crossroads Blvd. and Todd Nicholas, 24, was arrested on 4 warrants out of Crawford County for income tax. He was issued a traffic citation for expired license and with a date to appear in court and released.

6:01am Officers responded to an alarm in the 900 block of W. Perry St. and it was a mechanical issue.

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Staff report

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