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accidents
Thursday:
• Complainant requested an officer for a private property accident at 1:01 p.m. in the 300 block of North Main Street.
• Officer responded to a report of a private property accident at 1:08 p.m. in the 100 block of South Countyline Street; however, no vehicles were there. Officer spoke to the business owner who stated a vehicle backed into another but then left.
arrests
Thursday:
• Jamahne Edward Morant, 40, 903 Lincoln Ave., turned himself in on a warrant.
• Paul Eric Lyons, 51, 11315 Ohio 18 Apt. 17, was brought down on a committal.
citations
Thursday:
• Officer issued a citation for assured clear distance ahead following a report of an accident at North Countyline Street and Perrysburg Road at 10:37 a.m.
thefts
Thursday:
• Complainant reported someone stole a bunch of flowers from a produce stand at North Countyline and Thomas streets. Planters were located on West County Road 28 and were returned.
miscellaneous
Thursday:
• Officer advised the street lights in all directions were flashing red at the intersection of Columbus Avenue and East Lytle Street. A message was left for the street department.
• Caller requested an officer at a Plaza Drive business as someone had spoke to his wife stating a male would be at her place of employment when she arrived and he took it as a threat. Officer noted the subject was safely inside and several people were there.
• A West South Street residence reported someone was attempting to break into her house. Officer noted the front door was kicked in but no one saw anything; advised subject to call back right away if she saw someone who didn’t belong in the area.
• Caller reqeusted to speak with an officer regarding a situation. Incident is under investigation.
Wednesday:
• A realtor requested a standby while she completed a walk through of an Oaklawn Avenue residence.
• Officer was out with a disabled vehicle at Columbus Avenue and Nichols Street.
• Complainant reported children at a bus stop on Cory Street were attempting to pull out a street sign. Officer noted the sign was loose; street deparmtent was contacted.
• Subject came on station advising her juvenile son got spit on while on the bus. Officer advised subject of options and would attempt to make contact with the parent of the other juvenile.
• Complainant reported a suspicious subject drove by his Mt. Vernon Drive residence and took a picture. Officer was unable to locate; complainant requested extra patrol.
• Seneca County Department of Jobs and Family Services requested an officer for a standby on East Eagle Street.
• Complainant advised they received a scam call from the Bureau of Motor Vehicles requesting information about burial expenses; requested a complaint on file.
• Officer assisted with a vehicle unlock on Van Buren Street.
• Subject came on station with items to place into evidence for destruction.
• Caller reported a suspicious vehicle was at an abandoned West Center Street address. Officer spoke to subject who advised he was doing work on his mother’s vehicle.
• A Colonial Drive caller requested to speak to an officer regarding a dispute with a neighbor; subjects were advised to stay on their own properties and leave each other alone.
• Complainant advised he had reported his vehicle stolen a few days ago and it was located at an East Lytle Street location. Officer noted the complainant and subject were married; vehicle was impounded and the subjects were advised of options.
• Subject came on station requesting a standby on West Fourth Street. Items were exchanged and subjects were advised to not return to location.
• Officer removed an intoxicated subject from an East Lytle Street location.
• Officer assisted in a vehicle unlock on Stadium Drive.
• Caller advised of people arguing on East Tiffin Street. Officer noted the subjects ran off and no one wanted to cooperate; stated it sounded as if they were upset due to a problem with someone’s shoes.
• Officer was out with a subject on East Tiffin Street and warned him for abusive language in public.
• Caller reported a possible fight on South Poplar Street. Officer advised the female subject ran into the residence and wouldn’t answer the door and the male half wouldn’t say what happened other than it was an argument.
fire runs
Wednesday:
• EMS was requested to the 700 block of Columbus Avenue at 3:33 p.m. for a male subject.
• Squad was dispatched at 4:32 p.m. for a male subject with a possible urinary tract infection in the 20 block of Christopher Drive.
• EMS was requested for a lift assist in the 400 block of Hoover Drive at 5:09 p.m.
• At 6:24 p.m., EMS responded to the 800 block of Leonard Street for a female subject who had a headache and felt dizzy.
• Squad was requested for a female subject who couldn’t move in the 700 block of Oaklawn Avenue at 8:06 p.m.
Seneca County
citations
Thursday:
• Deputy issued a citation for speed following a traffic stop at State and Diehl streets in Bettsville.
Wednesday:
• Deputy issued a citation for speed following a traffic stop near West U.S. 224 and South Township Road 101.
• Deputy issued a citation for speed following a traffic stop at West U.S. 224 and South County Road 7.
miscellaneous
Thursday:
• Caller advised a steer was running loose on West Ohio 18.
• Subject came on station to speak with a deputy in reference to his South U.S. 23 neighbor threatening to shoot his dog.
• A South U.S. 23 resident advised the neighbor’s sheep were loose. Deputy was unable to locate; spoke with several residents in the area and a mailman and they didn’t see any sheep.
• A Buckley Street residence requested a deputy in reference to neighbor problems.
Wednesday:
• Complainant reported she came home and a black motorcycle with saddle bags and a push mower were in her West County Road 28 yard and the items didn’t belong to her. Deputy spoke to a neighbor who put the bike in the yard while he was mowing his yard.
• Caller stated she came home and all of her belongings were outside her North Township Road 63 home, advised she believed she was wrongfully evicted. Deputy explained the court documents to the subject and how the eviction process works; she was evicted properly.
• Complainant reported a railroad crossing near North U.S. 23 and West County Road 28 had been blocked for more than 25 minutes. The train company advised there was congestion in the area. Deputy noted the train was moving upon his arrival.

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