East Vine Street at St. Johns Avenue, Lima — Police responded Sunday to the report of destruction of property.
Allentown Road at North Cable Road, Lima — A traffic accident resulting in property damage was investigated Sunday.
1900 block of Wales Avenue, Lima — Police responded Sunday to the report of an assault.
1500 block of Coakley Drive, Lima — Police investigated the report of a domestic violence incident with the suspect present on Sunday.
1100 block of of South Sugar Street, Lima — A domestic violence incident with the suspect present was investigated Monday.
400 block of South Metcalf Street, Lima — Police responded Monday to a traffic accident that resulted in property damage.
700 block of West Market Street, Lima — A domestic violence incident was investigated Monday.
700 block of South Union Street, Lima — Police responded Monday to a domestic violence incident in progress.
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2800 block of Racers Way, Lima — Subjects told deputies Sunday that the were the victims of theft.
2200 block of East Elm Street, Lima — A victim told deputies on Sunday that she had been assaulted.
2600 block of North Eastown Road, Elida — Deputies responded Sunday to the report of a broken window.
1800 block of Reservoir Road, Lima — Deputies responded Friday to the report of a subject violating a protective order.
100 block of East 12th Street, Lima — A victim told deputies Saturday that a subject fired a gun in a possible attempt to scare her.
Lost Creek Boulevard at Bellefontaine Road, Lima — A subject was taken into custody Friday for resisting arrest.
700 block of Spencerville Road, Lima — A female subject told deputies she was scammed out of $500 by an antivirus software company.
300 block of North Washington Street, Lafayette — A female told deputies Friday that her soon-to-be ex-husband was sending threatening texts to her.
1200 block of Neubrecht Road, Lima — A female victim told deputies Friday that her boyfriend had “smacked her in the face.”
People charged with misdemeanor offenses are not identified in this column, but are identified through published court dispositions.
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