Galion and Bucyrus Police reports-March 17

Galion Police

March 16

2:33 a.m.-A Brookside Drive resident reported receiving harassing phone calls.

9:58 a.m.-A South Riblet Street resident reported several items stolen from their residence.

10:35 a.m.-Officers assisted EMS personnel with a person who fell in the 200 block of Harding Way East.

4:40 p.m.-A domestic dispute was investigated in the 100 block of Gill Avenue.

Bucyrus Police

March 16

7:44 a.m.- A report of a motorist driving recklessly was investigated in the 300 block of North Sandusky Avenue.

3:23 p.m.- Officers delivered a jail release notification to a resident in the 400 block of North Walnut Street.

4:11 p.m.- Officers spoke to a resident at Bucyrus Plaza about her unruly juvenile.

4:14 p.m.- Officers arrested Jonathan DelVecchio for a probation violation. He was taken to the Crawford County Justice Center to be held for court.

4:42 p.m.- A report of a sick skunk in the area of Beverly Drive and Cleland Avenue was investigated. The skunk was not located.

4:50 p.m.- A verbal warning for soliciting without a permit was issued at Southern Lights Shopping Center.

6:02 p.m.- An employee at Medicine Shoppe requested officers for a disruptive customer.

6:17 p.m.- A report of possible child abuse was investigated and unfounded.

7:26 p.m.- Kara Burns, 27, was arrested on a Crawford County warrant. She was issued a date to appear in court and released.

7:26 p.m.- Two income tax summons were served at the police department.

9:21 p.m.- Officers assisted Crawford County deputies check a residence on Stetzer Road.

11:13 p.m.- A report of a possibly intoxicated driver in the area of Auto Avenue was investigated.

11:43 p.m.- Officers conducted a welfare check in the 200 block of South Lane Street.

March 17

12:54 a.m.- Jason D. Nelson, 33, was arrested for criminal trespass. He was issued a criminal summons and released with a court date.

3:43 a.m.- Officers conducted a welfare check in the 1000 block of Hopley Avenue.

3:52 a.m.- A report of loud music in the Sherman Street area was investigated.


Staff report