Police calls


LIMA POLICE

600 block of Columbus Drive, Lima — Police responded Sunday to the report of an intoxicated person.

East Elm Street at South Central Avenue, Lima — A traffic accident with property damage was investigated Sunday.

1000 block of North Baxter Street, Lima — A breaking-and-entering incident was investigated Sunday.

1500 South Union Street, Lima — Police responded Sunday to a fight in progress.

600 block of South Collett Street, Lima — A theft was reported Sunday.

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

1800 block of West Market Street, Lima — Police received a report of a prowler early Monday.

600 block of West Wayne Street, Lima — The report of an intoxicated person was received early Monday.

3000 Elijah Parkway, Lima — A theft was reported Monday morning.

ALLEN COUNTY SHERIFF

1100 block of Greely Chapel Road, Lima — Deputies investigated a theft on Monday.

700 block of Queensbury Drive, Lima — A burglary was investigated Sunday.

2900 block of Lakewood Avenue, Lima — Deputies responded Sunday to a domestic violence incident.

700 block of Vassar Avenue, Lima — A burglary was reported Saturday.

3200 block of Elida Road, Lima — An assault was investigated on Saturday.

Harding Highway at Willard Avenue, Lima — During a traffic stop deputies recovered firearms, suspected cocaine and suspected heroin from the vehicle and its occupants.

Bellefontaine Road at Dewey Avenue, Lima — A subject was found to be in possession of suspected methamphetamines on Friday.

2800 block of Racers Way, Lima — A subject told deputies on Thursday they had been extorted by an unknown subject.

2400 block of Harding Highway, Lima — A report dated Oct. 2 states that a subject stole items from Walmart on 36 different occasions.

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

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