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Police calls as of 10:07 a.m. Friday, July 5, from the Allen County Sheriff’s Office and the Lima Police Department:


300 block of North Collett Street, Lima — Police were called Thursday to a vacant apartment where no one was supposed to be. When officers arrived, men were gone, but officers found marijuana left behind.


900 block of West Eureka Street, Lima — Police were called Friday to a home where juveniles were drinking. When police arrived, the children were gone, but there were bottles of Colt 45 left behind.


900 block of Michael Avenue, Lima — A 33-year-old man reported Thursday someone broke into his garage and stole his lawn mower.


600 block of Marian Avenue, Lima — A 50-year-old man reported Thursday someone put two holes in the roof of his garage. He earlier saw children on the roof.


1700 block of Rice Avenue, Lima — A 48-year-old woman reported Thursday someone stole items from outside her home.


1200 block of Leland Avenue, Lima — A 33-year-old man reported Thursday someone stole the stereo from inside his unlocked car.


Eureka and Scott streets, Lima — A 48-year-old man was stopped by officers Thursday, and he was found to have marijuana with him.


600 block of West Elm Street, Lima — Police found marijuana planted in pots Wednesday at an apartment complex with four units.


1500 block of St. John Avenue, Lima — Police were called Tuesday to the Marathon station over a shoplifting incident.


2300 block of Kimberly Drive, Lima — Deputies were called Sunday to a home over a 17-year-old boy harassing and picking on a 9-year-old boy.


1219 W. Robb Ave., Lima — Deputies were called Thursday to the BP station, where a person was intoxicated and causing a disturbance.


3700 block of Citabria Drive, Lima — A woman reported Wednesday someone gained access to her bank account and wrote checks on the account.


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.

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