Bucyrus police reports – Nov. 18

Staff report

Nov. 17

9:52am A W. Warren St. resident reported a theft of a wallet from their unlocked vehicle overnight.

9:54am Officers made a civil standby in the 500 block of E. Rensselaer St.

10:42am A welfare check was made in the 1400 block of Woodlawn Ave.

11:15am A motorist was warned against distracted driving in the 1800 block of E. Mansfield St.

12:18pm A subject came on station to report a theft. Officers are investigating.

12:42pm A Failor St. Resident reported his mail missing or stolen from a Woodlawn Ave. address.

1:13pm Officers took a crash report in the area of Lane and Mansfield Streets.

1:15pm A subject came on station to discuss a possible fraud complaint.

3:23pm Traffic stop in the 1800 block of E. Mansfield St. Leona Wilkins, 20, was cited for driving under suspension after officers stopped her in the Walmart parking lot. Leona Cabell, 72, was cited for wrongful entrustment of her vehicle.

4:11pm Officers assisted with a vehicle lockout in the Southern Lights Shopping Center.

4:36pm A subject came on station to speak with an officer reference a prior case.

4:53pm Officers retrieved an abandoned blue and yellow bike in the 1800 block of E. Mansfield St.

5:28pm Officers mediated a domestic situation in the 200 block of W. Mary St.

7:27pm A traffic warning was issued in the area of Walnut and Mansfield Street.

7:54pm A traffic warning was issued in the area of Plymouth and Earl Street.

8:19pm A traffic warning was issued in the area of Irving and Sherman Street.

8:30pm A water main break in the area of Oakwood and Rogers Street was reported. The water department was contacted to repair it.

9:07pm A resident in the 800 block of E. Rensselaer Street reported his son’s lime green Next bicycle stolen from the Bucyrus Library this evening.

9:08pm Officers were dispatched to UDF to speak with 2 reportedly suspicious males.

9:42pm A 17 year old Bucyrus boy was arrested on charges of Domestic Violence. He was transported to Marion Juvenile Detention Center to be held for court.

10:12pm A report of someone trespassing at Walmart was received and under investigation.

10:33pm A domestic disturbance in the 100 block of S. East Street was resolved with one subject volunteering to leave for the night.

11:25pm Officers spoke to a reportedly suspicious person at McDonalds. The individual was confused about business hours and was provided assistance returning to their residence.

11:48pm Officers assisted a resident at Bucyrus Plaza who was locked out of his apartment.

Nov. 18

12:16am A Marion resident came to the Police Department to speak with an officer about a civil issue involving a dog.

3:11am Officers spoke with a resident experiencing mental issues in the 300 block of W. Mansfield Street.

5:36am Traffic stop and warning issued to a driver in the area of E. Mansfield St. and Inez St. One income tax summons was served.


Staff report