Rick Mollenkopf reported there was someone riding a bicycle in the downtown business district at 7:51 p.m. Monday and the person appeared to be drunk. Police were unable to locate the bicyclist matching the description
Police were called to a domestic dispute on state Route 517 at 10:13 p.m. Sunday, where Sierra Smith reported getting into an argument with Andrew Smith, who had left. The argument was over a vehicle, but Smith agreed to return the keys so his wife could leave.
Donny Gilbert reported at 4:27 p.m. Tuesday seeing a man climbing through the window of a home on South Lincoln Avenue, while another man stood outside. Police arrived and determined the two men lived at the home, but there was an arrest warrant for one of them - 21-year-old Bryan Veglia - who was taken to the county jail.
Daniel Drotleff reportedly backed his truck into a motorcycle belonging to Terry Apa in the Smith Oil parking lot, knocking over the motorcycle, at 3:28 p.m. Tuesday.
Stacie Gough, 36, of Lisbon, was cited after she pulled in front of a vehicle driven by Donald G. Retzer, 65, of Jacksonville, Fla., resulting in an accident at the intersection of West Lincoln Way and South Lincoln at 11:52 a.m. Saturday.
Chris Elsass reported Tuesday his tenant took the refrigerator with her when she moved out of his rental property on West Chestnut Street. The tenant, Kim Mutersbaugh, said she purchased the refrigerator when the other one broke and Elsass did not get it fixed. The parties were advised this was a civil matter.
Keith M. House, 27, North Street, was charged with assault and obstructing police business for allegedly punching Megan Morrow in the face about 8 p.m. Friday and then providing the investigating officer with a false name of a suspect involved in the incident. Also charged with obstructing police business out of the same incident were Melissa Gentry, 34, Cross Street, and Daniel Desellem, 26, Green Street, both of whom were accused of providing a false name of the suspect. The arrests arose out of an incident that began after House made an inappropriate comment to a 12-year-old girl while she was walking down the street. The girl was in the company of Morrow's niece at the time of the alleged encounter with House.