Bucyrus police reports-March 11


Staff report



March 10

6:27am A report of a possible sex crime was received. Officers are investigating.

8:20am Officers assisted with a vehicle lock out in the 900 block of Hopley Avenue.

9:27am A disturbance at CVS was investigated.

10:32am Officers assisted with a vehicle lock out in the 100 block of South Sandusky Avenue.

11:42am Officers assisted a subject experiencing mental issues in the 100 block of East Mansfield Street.

11:52am A false alarm was received from the 600 block of Ann Street.

12:27pm Officers investigated suspicious persons in the 800 block of South Spring Street.

12:55pm A parking citation was issued in the 800 block of South Spring Street.

1:23pm Officers assisted with a vehicle lock out in the 200 block of North Lane Street.

2:44pm A private property accident at Kroger was investigated.

3:27pm William Crowden, 22, was arrested on a Crawford County warrant. He was taken to the Crawford County Justice Center to be held for court.

3:28pm Officers assisted a motorist locked out of his vehicle in the 200 block of North Sandusky Avenue.

4:43pm Officers responded with EMS personnel to an unknown medical emergency on Ohio Drive.

5:21pm A complaint of a dog with no shelter in the area of Irving and Dean Streets was investigated. The animal had shelter and access to water.

5:39pm A domestic disturbance in the parking lot of Woodbine Apartments was investigated.

5:51pm A report of a child playing in the street in the area of Hopley Avenue and East Street was investigated.

8:15pm A false alarm in the 1300 block of Fairview Avenue was received.

8:30pm Officers checked on a suspicious vehicle stopped in the roadway in the area of Reid and Fisher Streets. The driver was just unloading something from the vehicle.

8:37pm A verbal traffic warning was issued in the area of Hopley Avenue and Whetstone Street.

9:06pm Officers checked the welfare of a resident in the 400 block of Gay Street.

9:06pm A verbal traffic warning was issued in the 1000 block of Reid Street.

9:23pm A Bucyrus resident came to the police department to report being harassed.

9:28pm A resident from Dudley Street reported phone harassment by someone she knows.

10:40pm Officers assisted a motorist locked out of her vehicle at Randy’s Tire.

March 11

3:45am A female was cited for driving under suspension in the North Sandusky and Lawn Avenue area.

3:45am Officers served a city income tax summons.

3:50am Officers responded to an alarm in the 200 block of Hopley Avenue.

4:48am Officers found an abandoned bicycle at the Bucyrus Secondary School and brought it on station.

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Staff report

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