Police calls as of 9:50 a.m. Wednesday, April 17 from the Allen County Sheriff’s Office and Lima Police Department:
300 block of East Kibby Street, Lima — On Tuesday, a 24-year-old woman reported a burglar stole more than $2,300 in items from her home, including earrings, a dress, a pair of $150 jeans, a butane torch, a circular saw and other various clothing items and tools.
525 W. Market St., Lima — Early Wednesday, a McDonald’s manager reported a woman who ordered $16 in food at the drive through and returned to the store because she felt she was overcharged. The woman asked for a refund and became hostile. She also threatened to shoot the manager.
200 block of South Pine Street, Lima — On Monday, a 29-year-old man reported another man threatened him. The man told him “we will bump knuckles” and “I will put you six feet in the dirt” via a telephone conversation.
800 block of Roosevelt Avenue, Lima — On Monday, a 49-year-old man reported his lawn mower was taken from the porch while he was taking a shower.
1100 block of St. Johns Avenue, Lima — On Tuesday, a 56-year-old man reported his lawn mower was stolen.
700 block of Turner Avenue, Lima — Early Wednesday, deputies arrested a driver for driving under the influence and having possession of crack cocaine.
3200 block of Harding Highway, Lima — On Tuesday, a 21-year-old woman reported an unknown person that has been harassing her via cell phone has now begun to call her at work.
3000 block of North Sugar Street, Lima — On Tuesday, a 48-year-old man reported an unknown person stole wire from his power tools.
4900 block of Wolfe Road, Elida — On Tuesday, a 63-year-old man reported an unknown person took his mailbox.
300 block of South Walnut Street, Harrod — On Tuesday, deputies were dispatched in reference to a verbal dispute.
700 block of West Street, Lima — On Monday, a 23-year-old woman reported an unknown person stole cigarette butts from an ashtray on her enclosed porch. She was home alone with her child when it happened, and they would have to go through a door to get onto the porch. She said it happened once before.
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.