Police calls


First Posted: 3/17/2015

500 block of Brower Road, Lima — A woman reported that her tires were slashed Monday.

2100 block of Lakewood Drive, Lima — A man called the Lima Police Department on Monday to report that someone had broken into his vehicle and stole his car stereo.

1400 block of South Union Street, Lima — A woman went to the LPD Monday to report that someone had used her Social Security number to open an account with Dish network.

600 block of West North Street, Lima — A woman was in the process of moving into a home when someone broke into the home when she was not there Monday. She reported that the person stole a television.

101 N. Elizabeth St., Lima — A woman from Lima Properties called the LPD Monday to report fraudulent charges on the company’s business account.

730 W. Market Street, Lima — Officers responded to a report of a girl who had been shot by a BB gun who was being treated at St. Rita’s Medical Center on Monday. The girl said she was accidentally shot by a friend and did not want to press charges.

2900 block of Elijah Parkway — Officers responded to a report of an assault Monday. LPD officers reported that two boys were playing with a BB gun in the front yard of one of the boys when one boy shot the other twice. Officers reported that injures suffered by the victim were minor and did not need medical attention.

1200 block of West High Street, Lima — A woman reported that an unknown person broke into her vehicle and stole her cellphone Monday.

600 block of Columbia Drive, Lima — A man and woman got into a verbal altercation Tuesday when the man became physical. The man was later taken into custody of the sheriff for domestic violence.

400 block of South Leonard Avenue, Lima — Officers responded to a report of a domestic violence Monday. The Allen County Sheriff’s Office reported that while the victim was talking on the phone, the suspect took the phone from her and struck her in the face.

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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