Bluffton Police Department
Public Docket- March 31, 2012
-Officers responded to an injury traffic crash in the parking lot of a SR 103 Business.
-A N. Lawn Ave. resident reported an unknown person assaulted him while he was outside of his residence checking on loud noises.
-A university student reported that an unknown person had stolen her purse and backpack.
-Two juveniles reported a man drove passed them on Vance St. and had his pants down and was exposing himself.
-A Shannon St. resident reported seeing someone in her backyard and possibly looking into her windows.
-Officers responded to a non-injury traffic crash in the 100 block of S. Jackson St. Amy Metzger, 39, Bluffton, was issued a citation for reasonable control. The case is pending in Bluffton Mayor's Court.
-Officers responded to a non-injury traffic crash on I-75 SB near the 143 Mile Marker.
-Police responded to a non-injury traffic crash in the 100 block of N. Jackson St. James Ray, 59, Eaton Rapids, Michigan, was issued a citation for Reasonable Control and the case is pending in Bluffton Mayor's Court.
-Officers responded to a report of an unruly juvenile in the 100 block of Garmatter St.
-A Grove St. resident reported someone outside of her house and possibly trying to gain entry.
-An Eastland Drive resident reported Unauthorized Use of her motor vehicle.
-A Garmatter St. resident reported a sexual assault that had happened approximately two years ago.
-A Swanton resident filed a complaint involving a child custody dispute.
-A Resident of the 200 block of N. Jackson St. reported a tree limb fell onto his vehicle while it was parked.
-Police responded to Bluffton University in regards to a drug complaint.
-Officers responded to an assault in the 200 block of S. Main St.
-A S. Main St. resident reported that their daughter was being disruptive.
-A Dixie Hwy. resident reported that someone had been using his bank accounts to make purchases on EBAY and through a PayPal account.
-A Columbus Grove resident reported that her teenage daughter had received several nude pictures of a male juvenile from Bluffton through text messages on her cell phone.
-Officers arrested Kendra Dysert on an outstanding warrant from Hardin County.
-An unknown person turned in cash to the department that was found near the Buckeye Park.
-An Ottawa resident stated that someone was picking up her prescriptions from the local pharmacy without permission.
-Police took a complaint of Domestic Violence from a N. Lawn Ave. Resident.
-An employee at a Navajo Dr. Business reported that his wallet was stolen while he was at work.
-Police responded to the 100 block of Garmatter St. in response to a missing juvenile.
-A N. Dixie Hwy. resident reported that an unknown person had broken the window of their front door.
-Police handled a non-injury traffic crash in the 100 block of SR 103.
-Officers found an open door while conducting a residential house check.
-Officers assisted with a person who had threatened to commit suicide.
-An E. Jefferson St. business reported that a laptop computer was stolen from the store.
-A Lima resident reported having several problems/concerns with her ex-husband.
-A Grove-Bluffton Rd. resident reported that an unknown person had stolen her purse while she was at the Bluffton Elementary School and used credit cards that were in her name.
-Officers responded to an injury traffic crash at the intersection of S. Main St. and College Ave. Weston Barry, 18, Bluffton was cited for Failing to Yield to a Pedestrian in a Crosswalk. The case is pending in Bluffton Mayor's Court.
Bluffton Police Department