POLICE CALLS


LIMA POLICE

Faurot Park, Lima — Police responded Monday to a report of the destruction of property.

300 block of East Wayne Street, Lima — A breaking and entering incident was investigated Monday.

900 block of West Robb Avenue, Lima — A domestic violence incident in progress was investigated Monday.

900 block of East Kibby Street, Lima — Police responded Monday to the report of a breaking and entering incident.

600 block of South Roberts Avenue, Lima — A domestic violence incident in progress was investigated Monday.

900 block of West Wayne Street, Lima — Police investigated a domestic violence incident on Monday.

1500 block of South Reese Avenue, Lima — The destruction of property was investigated Monday night.

500 block of East Second Street, Lima — The report of a domestic violence incident with the suspect present was investigated early Tuesday.

East Wayne Street at North Main Street, Lima — A traffic accident resulting in property damage was investigated early Tuesday.

1200 block of Lakewood Avenue, Lima — Police responded Tuesday morning to a report of the destruction of property.

1100 block of West Wayne Street, Lima — A breaking and entering incident was investigated Tuesday morning.

1900 block of Oakland Parkway, Lima — Police responded Sunday to the report of a domestic violence incident.

1500 block of Lowell Avenue, Lima — An alleged assault was investigated Sunday.

500 block of Brower Road, Lima — A domestic violence incident was investigated Sunday.

800 block of East Kibby Street, Lima — Police responded Sunday to a fight in progress.

900 block of Bellefontaine Avenue, Lima — A fight in progress was investigated Sunday.

1300 block of North Main Street, Lima — Police responded Sunday to the report of a breaking and entering incident.

2400 block of Allentown Road, Lima — A shoplifting incident was investigated Sunday.

500 block of West Market Street, Lima — Police responded Sunday to the report of a shoplifting incident.

700 block of Oak Street, Lima — Three incidents of the destruction of property were investigated late Sunday.

600 block of West Market Street, Lima — A shoplifting incident was investigated Sunday.

700 block of Oak Street, Lima — A fourth report of the destruction of property in the same area was investigated late Sunday.

2300 block of North Cole Street, Lima — A domestic violence incident was investigated late Sunday.

East Market Street at North Central Avenue, Lima — A traffic accident resulting in property damage was investigated early Monday.

700 block of South Main Street, Lima — A fight in progress was investigated by police early Monday.

ALLEN COUNTY SHERIFF

6000 block of Piquad Road, Lima — A caller told deputies an unknown subject forced entry into his residence and removed several items

1500 block of North Grubb Road, Lima — A female told deputies a subject removed several items from outside her residence.

1900 block of Roschman Avenue, Lima — A man told deputies a subject had taken money from him.

4600 block of Harding Highway, Lima — Deputies investigated a breaking and entering incident.

600 block of Shrock Avenue, Lima — A domestic violence incident was investigated.

2100 block of North Dixie Highway, Lima — A female told deputies on Friday that she was the victim of an assault.

Kibby Street at Elizabeth Street, Lima — A subject fled from a traffic stop on Friday night and a K9 track located a firearm along the subject’s path.

Reese Avenue and Vine Street, Lima — A suspect was found to be in possession of suspected cocaine on Friday.

1500 block of North Wapak Road, Lima — A woman reported several unknown purchases on her son’s credit card Thursday.

100 block of Colony Trail, Lima — Deputies investigated a domestic violence incident

People charged with misdemeanor offenses are not identified in this column, but are identified through published court dispositions.

People charged with misdemeanor offenses are not identified in this column, but are identified through published court dispositions.

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