Bucyrus police reports-March 8


Staff report



March 7

9:05am A false alarm was received from the 1300 block of Whetstone Street.

9:57am A private property parking lot collision was investigated in the 500 block of South Sandusky Avenue. There was no damage to either vehicle.

11:06am A West Irving Street resident reported vandalism to their vehicle.

2:29pm A disturbance reported in the area of Spring and Charles Streets was unfounded.

3:00pm Officers assisted a motorist locked out of their vehicle in the 1600 block of Marion Road.

3:38pm Officers assisted with a civil stand-by in the 600 block of Earl Street.

3:59pm An overtime parking complaint was investigated in the 1500 block of North Sandusky Avenue.

3:41pm A 12-year-old child that did not return home after school was reported missing. He was located a short time later. He had been serving a detention and had not told anyone.

4:15pm Officers checked the Hill Street and Link Drive area after receiving multiple 9-1-1 call from the area. No one was located needing assistance.

4:40pm Officers assisted EMS personnel in the 900 block of East Warren Street.

4:48pm A reported suspicious vehicle at Harmon Field was investigated.

4:55pm Officers checked the welfare of a subject napping in the area of Washington Square.

5:13pm Officers assisted a motorist locked out of his vehicle in the 800 block of Wingert Street.

5:17pm Officers were requested for a stand-by for exchange of property. Donald Fisher, 54, was located and arrested on a Crawford County warrant. He was transported to the Crawford County Justice Center to be held for court.

5:36pm A report of suspicious people in the area of Earl and Plymouth Streets was investigated.

5:38pm A Bucyrus resident came on station to speak to an officer about threats he had been receiving.

5:49pm Officers attempted to serve a warrant in the 300 block of East Charles Street.

6:02pm A report of dogs running at large in the area of North Spring and Galen Streets was investigated. The dogs were not located.

7:33pm A welfare check on a resident from the 1300 block of Orchard Lane was received. The subject was found to be fine before officers responded.

8:10pm Officers checked the railroad tracks off East Mary Street for trespassers.

8:11pm A traffic warning was issued in the area of East Mansfield Street and Penn Avenue.

8:27pm A disturbance in the 1100 block of East Warren Street was investigated.

8:40pm A resident in the 400 block of West Mary Street reported a camera stolen from her residence.

8:44pm The K-9 officer assisted the Crawford County Sheriff Office.

8:49pm A traffic warning was issued on Whetstone Street.

8:54pm A traffic warning was issued on Whetstone Street.

8:58pm Officers assisted a motorist locked out of his vehicle at the Clark Station.

9:07pm A traffic warning was issued on Plymouth Street.

9:45pm An adult male and adult female were reportedly throwing eggs, kitty litter and hot dogs on the property of someone they had a dispute with in the 300 block of Wiley St. A vehicle was located that was fouled with eggs and a polar pop. The suspects were located in another vehicle and Amber Dauchenbaugh, 31, was arrested on a Crawford County warrant.

10:24pm A traffic citation was issued in the 900 block of Marion Road. The driver was also found to have three summonses for income tax. He was issued his citation and summons and released pending a court date.

10:47pm Officers responded with EMS to the 200 block of Blicke Street for a medical emergency.

11:07pm A disturbance in the 800 block of Wilbur Street was people being loud. They were located and quieted down.

11:12pm Officers checked Bucyrus Plaza after receiving a report of a suspicious person running through the area.

March 8

2:24am Officers responded to Lions Field due to lights being on at the ballpark. No one was around and the lights were turned off.

4:00am A traffic warning was issued on Marion Road.

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Staff report

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