• Officer issued two citations for speed following two separate traffic stop at Findlay Street and Independence Road.
• Officer issued a parking citation near Columbus Avenue and East Tiffin Street following a parking complaint regarding the distance between the vehicle and a stop sign.
• An East Lytle Street employee reported a male subject placed an item under his hoodie without paying for it and then left the store. Officer was unable to locate; received a copy of the video surveillance.
• Complainant reported her phone was stolen from a Woodward Avenue address.
• A West North Street caller advised her child support card was stolen.
• Caller reported hearing shots fired on East Crocker Street and a toddler screaming for an unknown reason. Officer made contact with the resident who was watching a television show and that must have been what the neighbor heard.
• Seneca County Sheriff’s Office advised a female subject in the area of South Main Street and Taft Boulevard appeared to be in distress.
• Caller advised she was attempting to move out of a West South Street residence and the current occupants wouldn’t let her gather the rest of her belongings. Subject was able to get her items. Current occupants then called and stated the original caller allegedly took movies that didn’t belong to them. Officer would attempt to make contact with the subject.
• An East Eagle Street caller reported his juvenile grandson ran out of the house and they couldn’t find him. Juvenile was back upon officer’s arrival; officer spoke with the child and the grandparents.
• Complainant reported people down from his East Fremont Street home were back outside screaming and fighting with each other. Officer warned subjects for disorderly conduct.
• Caller requested officer to return to a Peeler Drive address to make sure an unwanted male subject left. Subject was awaiting a ride.
• Officer was out with two subjects at a North Countyline Street business; subjects were reportedly using the free internet at the building.
• Officer advised a stray dog wandered up to the police department entrance; would attempt to locate owner.
• A South Main Street caller requested an officer standby while she collected her property.
• Caller stated several men were arguing on Beier Drive and she was afraid it was going to escalate. Officer spoke to subjects who were talking outside; nothing was going on.
• Caller requested a welfare check on a subject at an Independence Avenue address as they did not show up to work. Officer was able to make contact and she was to contact her employer.
• Complainant requested an officer as someone broke their window and people were doing drugs at a Columbus Avenue address. Officer noted it was an altercation between juveniles; mother would take care of it.
• A Taft Boulevard caller advised it sounded as if people were yelling and throwing things. Officer noted juveniles were arguing and fighting; mother was transporting one juvenile to the hospital as he was making statements about harming himself; other juveniles were advised of consequences if they keep misbehaving.
• Caller reported his Arbor Street neighbors were riding dirt bikes and golf carts at his yard. Officer spoke to both parties; everything OK.
• Squad responded to the 700 block of Columbus Avenue for a transport to the hospital at 1 a.m.
• EMS was requested to transport a male subject from the 1000 block of North Main Street to the hospital for an evaluation.
• At 12:26 p.m., a squad was dispatched to the 100 block of Lewis Street for a female subject who collapsed but was breathing.
• EMS responded to the 300 block of West Lytle Street for a male subject with chest pains at 1:28 p.m.
• Deputy issued a citation for a stop sign violation following a traffic stop at Sullivan and Union streets in Bettsville. Deputy searched the vehicle but was unable to locate anything although there was a heavy smell of marijuana in the vehicle; driver admitted his wife smokes regularly in the vehicle.
• Caller advised someone was swimming in the quarry on North Township Road 70. Deputy spoke to a subject who was fishing but didn’t see anyone swimming.
• Complainant advised four crossings on Township Roads 57, 59, 43 and 47 had been blocked for approximatively two hours. Deputy attempted to speak with someone at dispatch for the train company; however, a recording led the deputy to an online report and when he called back, the male subject he spoke with stated he couldn’t take the information as he didn’t deal with blocked
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