Galion and Bucyrus Police reports-March 31

Staff report

Galion Police

March 30

1:05 a.m.-Officers delivered a message to a Harding Way East resident from the Morrow County Sheriff’s Office.

7:40 a.m.-The city street department reported the men’s restroom at East Park had been vandalized.

10:36 a.m.-A dispute between neighbors was investigated in the 700 block of South Boston Street.

11:10 a.m.-A domestic dispute in the 500 block of Second Avenue was investigated.

1:11 p.m.-A report of a possible theft of money from an elderly person was investigated in the 900 block of Bucyrus Road.

4:22 p.m.-A Portland Way North resident reported receiving harassing phone calls from someone she knows.

4:27 p.m.-A South Market Street resident reported a tablet stolen.

5:04 p.m.-A steam table was reported stolen from the back lot at Galion Pointe.

5:40 p.m.-A key found on the ground in the East Atwood Street area was turned over to police.

7:32 p.m.-A report of a fight in the 200 block of East Church Street was investigated.

7:50 p.m.-A Portland Way North resident reported a man she knows looking in the windows of her residence.

11:15 p.m.-Melissa Lawson was issued a citation for driving under suspension in the 100 block of Harding Way West.

11:34 p.m.-Matthew Watkins was arrested on a warrant and turned over to Crestline Police.

Bucyrus Police

March 30

10:37 a.m.- Two income tax summons were served at the station.

11:36 a.m.- Officers assisted an East Southern Avenue resident with a possible animal in her attic.

12:21 p.m.- Officers checked the intersection of Walnut and Warren Streets for a reported open electrical box. City crews were on scene working on it.

1:03 p.m.- Officers dealt with an unruly juvenile in the 500 block of Rogers Street.

3:41 p.m.- A bicycle found abandoned in the 600 block of Aurora Street was brought to the police department.

4:45 p.m.- Officers checked the welfare of an elderly female walking in the area of Whetstone Street and Hopley Avenue.

4:54 p.m.- Officers assisted EMS personnel in the 400 block of West Rensselaer Street with a report of an overdose.

4:58 p.m.- A resident in the 400 block of West Warren Street reported a package stolen off his porch.

5:12 p.m.- Officers assisted a resident experiencing mental issue in the 600 block of East Rensselaer Street.

5:33 p.m.- Officers assisted a resident in the 1000 block of East Mansfield Street with her unruly juvenile.

5:35 p.m.- A report of a motorcycle speeding in the area of Spring and Charles Streets was investigated.

5:46 p.m.- A disturbance in the 400 block of West Rensselaer Street was a person that was not welcome at a residence and a standby for removal of property was made.

March 31

12:21 a.m.- Joshua W. Smith, 27, was arrested on Maple Street for a warrant out of Crawford County. He was issued a date to appear in court and released.

12:52 a.m.- A resident in the 800 block of Beverly Drive reported hearing noises outside of her home. The area was checked and neighbors did not see or hear any activity.

2:40 a.m.- Officers on patrol investigated a disturbance between two males in the area of South Sandusky Avenue and Rensselaer Street. They were sent on their way.

2:58 a.m.- A report of a fight in the 100 block of West Mansfield Street was investigated. One party involved declined medical assistance and was warned against trespassing.

3:06 a.m.- Officers responded to a complaint of a person causing a disturbance at an apartment in the 200 block of South Walnut Street. The person was persistently knocking on a door in the building, was not welcome and would not leave. Anthony Love, 45, was arrested for disorderly conduct. He was issued a minor misdemeanor citation and taken to the Crawford County Justice Center to be held until sober.

4:27 a.m.- Officers assisted the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office delivering a message in the 800 block of Woodale Avenue.

6:09 a.m.- A report of a minor domestic argument was received.

6:46 a.m.- A report of an erratic driver coming into town on Hopley Avenue was checked and the vehicle was not located.

Staff report