Police calls as of 9:15 a.m. Monday, April 15 from the Allen County Sheriff's Office and Lima Police Department:
400 block of East 10th Street, Lima On Sunday, a 33-year-old man reported his father, who was drunk at the time, fired two shots at him with a shotgun during an argument. The man was not injured.
900 block of Michael Avenue, Lima On Friday, police were dispatched in reference to an overdose. A 16-year-old told police the 19-year-old woman may have accidentally taken an ecstasy tablet when she meant to take a pill to alleviate a headache. The woman was taken to the hospital.
600 block of Linden Street, Lima On Sunday, a 24-year-old woman reported her car was stolen sometime overnight. She told police she purchased the car at the beginning of the month and had lost the spare key shortly after.
4200 block of Hay Road, Harrod On Sunday, a 60-year-old man reported an unknown person egged his car overnight.
7400 block of Sugarcreek Road, Lima On Sunday, a 54-year-old reported a woman drove through his yard and threatened to kill him.
600 block of North Elizabeth Street, Lima Early Sunday, deputies were dispatched in reference to an intoxicated man lying on the roadway.
2800 block of Shadowood Drive, Lima On Saturday, a 44-year-old man reported a burglar stole his generator, a laptop computer and two television sets from his home.
1000 block of Highland Avenue, Lima On Saturday, a 42-year-old man reported three nail air guns were stolen from his shed.
1350 Bellefontaine Ave., Lima On Thursday, an 83-year-old woman reported her purse was stolen after she accidentally left it at Kewpee. Her purse contained several credit cards and personal items of hers and her 82-year-old husband's.
2450 Allentown Road, Lima On Saturday, subjects attempting to steal Walmart items assaulted Walmart employees. All items that were stolen, mostly bath-related items, were recovered.
2450 Allentown Road, Lima On Saturday, an unknown person stole more than $50 in underwear, a scooter and other items from Walmart.
3765 St. Johns Road, Lima On Friday, police were dispatched I. reference to a person who passed out in the bathroom at Precision Thermoplastic Components, Inc.
People charged with misdemeanor offenses are not identified in this column, but are identified through published court dispositions. This column is only a sample of available reports.