Charles L. Amburgey, 41, 325 McDougal St., was arrested for burglary following a report of subjects in a North Poplar Street residence who weren’t supposed to be there.
Robert Samuel McBeth, 37, 830 Oak Cove Dr., was arrested on a warrant out of Seneca County.
Officer issued a minor misdemeanor for public intoxication following a report of a suspicious subject laying on the porch of a Leonard Court residence.
Officer advised a citation was issued following a report of a subject backing our of her driveway and hitting another vehicle at a North Union Street location.
Complainant requested to speak to an officer in reference to his friend who stole a tablet and charger from him while staying the night at his Taft Boulevard residence.
Caller advised she loaned her “hover round” to her son who is possibly drinking and driving. Officer advised unable to locate.
Officer advised of mail carrier vehicle with it’s 4 ways on; advised the vehicle was secured an he was unable to turn them off.
Complainant advised of a wild turkey at a West Lytle Street location; advised it tried to attack him; requested an officer. Officer advised Ohio Department of Natural Resources was notified and en route to deal with the turkey.
Caller advised of a small canine loose near Mid-block and West Lytle Street.
Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reported a reckless driver westbound on Ohio 18; advised they had a unit on the way.
Complainant advised subjects were trying to steal manhole covers at a North Wood Street location. Officer advised area was checked and he was unable to locate; advised no manhole covers were missing in that area.
Subject came on station to register a bike for a child.
Dispatch advised of an open line 911 call mapping at a West Fremont Street location; advised no one on the line would speak. Officer advised the house was vacant and not safe to enter.
Complainant advised someone had been beating on the door for 20 minutes; advised they only had one subject at the Columbus Avenue location; requested officer check on the subject outside. Officer advised the subject was there to pay for a meeting; advised the subject would mail payment in.
Complainant advised of a vehicle parked at a West Center Street location that hadn’t moved in a week. Officer advised he made contact with a relative who advised the vehicle was having mechanical issues.
Caller advised of a large fight at the corner of South Main and East Lytle streets. Officer advised they spoke with all parties involved and allegedly there was a physical altercation between juveniles over numerous social media posts; advised no signs of anything physical upon arrival.
Squad was requested for a female subject having seizures in the 500 block of Columbus Avenue at 12:52 a.m.
EMS responded to the 700 block of Stinchcomb Drive at 5:15 a.m. for a female subject who was stuck sitting on the edge of her bed and couldn’t move.
EMS was requested for an elderly female subject in the 700 block of Columbus Avenue at 7:41 a.m.
At 11:56 a.m., EMS responded to a report of an elderly male subject who was possibly having a heart attack in the 1700 block of North Union Street.
Deputy advised he issued a citation for speed following a traffic stop at State and Sullivan streets in Bettsville.
A North U.S. 23 caller reported he purchased merchandise and had been advised that it was possibly stolen.
Caller advised she has been pulling straight edge razor blades razor edge up out of the blacktop at a West Ohio 635 location for two days.
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