Bluffton, Indiana, was nicknamed “The Parlor City” over a century ago because its paved streets (a new phenomenon at the time) made the city “as clean as your parlor."
Sgt. Matt Oglesbee of the Bluffton Police Department provided The Icon with the Bluffton Police Department November public docket.
-Police responded to a Garmatter St. residence in response to a dog running at large.
-Officers were called to a Cherry St. residence in response to a report of a Domestic Dispute.
-A W. Elm St. resident reported that someone shot a BB through the window of her vehicle while it was parked.
-An Eastland Dr. resident reported that someone had struck his vehicle while it was parked at his residence.
-An Elm St. resident reported that an unknown person had hacked his PayPal account and made an unauthorized transaction.
-Officers responded to a report of a child being struck by a vehicle at a SR 103 business.
- Police responded to a hit-skip traffic crash in the 100 block of S. Main St.
-A university student reported that an unknown person had thrown a bicycle into the windshield of his truck while it was parked at the university.
-Police responded to a Domestic Violence complaint at a N. Lawn Ave. residence. Officers arrested Annette Weyer, 51, Bluffton, for Domestic Violence. The case is pending in Lima Municipal Court.
-Officers responded to a car/deer crash in the 10000 block of Augsburger Rd.
-Officers responded to a report of a deceased person at a Sara Ln residence.
-A Garmatter St. resident reported that an unknown person had written checks from his checking account and attempted to cash them in Chicago.
-The owner of a Vine St. business reported that unknown persons had caused damage to the planters on his building.
-A N. Main St. resident reported being harassed by a fellow employee while at work at a Commerce Ln. business.
-A N. Main St resident reported that he was being harassed by an ex-girlfriend.
-Police responded to a car/deer crash in the 10000 block of Augsburger Rd. The deer was located and badly injured and was dispatched due to its condition.
-An Alger woman reported that her husband had taken her car and personal belongings and had them at a residence in Bluffton. Officers were able to locate the property and it was returned to her.
-Police responded to a non-injury traffic crash in the 200 block of W. College Ave. Richard Cody Williams Basinger, 17, Bluffton was cited for Reasonable Control and the case is pending in Allen County Juvenile Court.
-A S. Main St business reported an abandoned bicycle on their property and turned it over to police.
-A Rawson resident reported being threatened while at a Thurman St residence trying to retrieve property.
-A Thurman St resident reported an unwanted person on their property.
-Police responded to the intersection of S. Main St. and College Ave. in response to a non-injury traffic crash. Joan Kuhlman, 74, Pandora, was cited for Failure To Yield The Right of Way. The case is pending in Bluffton Mayor’s Court.
-Police responded to a report of a deceased person at a N. Lawn Ave residence.
-A College Ave resident reported a violation of a Protection Order.
- A Maple Crest Ct. resident reported harassing phone calls from an unknown caller.
-Police responded to a car/deer crash in the area of County Line Rd. and CR 29. The deer was located and badly injured and was dispatched due to its condition.
-Police responded to a non-injury traffic crash at the intersection of N. Main St. and Snider Rd. Guy Rhodes, 70, Bluffton was issued a citation for Failure To Yield The Right Of Way and the case is pending in Bluffton Mayor’s Court.
-Police responded to a non-injury traffic crash at the intersection of S. Main St. and College Ave. Jessica Shinn, 25, Bluffton was cited for Assured Clear Distance and the case is pending in Bluffton Mayor’s Court.
-A Dixie Hwy. business reported a Breaking and Entering at the business.
-Police took a private property traffic crash report.