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Numerous break-ins investigated by Bluffton PD in late July

Bluffton University bookstore among locations hit

Bluffton police have released its July docket, which follows:

July 3
Officers received a fraud complaint from a Riley Street resident.

Officers responded to a College Avenue residence in reference to a child custody dispute. During the same incident, the complainant also reported an unknown person hacked her Netflix account.

July 4
An East College Avenue resident reported a criminal damage complaint to police.

July 5
Officers responded to a North Lawn Avenue residence in reference to a domestic violence complaint. Investigating officers determined the female to be the primary aggressor and she was placed under arrest for Domestic Violence, Assault and was also charged with Obstructing Official Business and booked into the Allen County Justice Center. The cases are pending in Lima Municipal Court.

Officers responded to a Citizens Parkway business in reference to a theft complaint.

July 7
Officers responded to an East College Avenue residence in reference to a criminal damage complaint.

July 10
Officers arrested an Ada resident on an outstanding warrant out of the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office.

July 13
Officers arrested a Bluffton juvenile for OVI and Failure to Maintain Reasonable Control after the juvenile struck mailboxes on North Dixie Highway and a vehicle in the 200 block of Jackson Street with the vehicle she was operating. The cases are pending in Allen County Juvenile Court.

July 14
Officers responded to the 400 block of West Elm Street in reference to a domestic violence complaint. Investigating officers determined the male to be the primary aggressor and he was placed under arrest for Domestic Violence and was transported to the Allen County Justice Center. The cases are pending in Lima Municipal Court.

July 15
Officers arrested an Ada resident for driving under suspension following a traffic stop in the area of State Route 103 and Interstate 75. The case is pending in Findlay Municipal Court.

July 18
Officers arrested a Lima resident for driving under suspension following a traffic stop in the area of Interstate 75 at the Bentley Road exit for an equipment violation. The driver was also issued a citation for window tint. Both cases are pending in Lima Municipal Court.

Officers arrested a rural Bluffton resident for OVI and driving under suspension following a traffic stop in the area of Bentley Road near Gratz Road for an equipment violation. The cases are pending in Lima Municipal Court.

July 22
Officers received a civil complaint from a Glandorf  resident in reference to child custody issues.

July 23
Officers arrested a Marysville resident for OVI, Speed, Possession of Paraphernalia and Open Container following a traffic stop in the 800 block of County Line Road. The cases are pending in Findlay Municipal Court.

July 25
Officers received numerous complaints of breaking and entering’s throughout the village. The cases are being actively investigated and anyone with information about these incidents are encouraged to contact the police department.

July 26
Officers arrested a homeless Bluffton resident for persistent disorderly conduct after dealing with the individual numerous times throughout the day. The subject was transported to jail and is awaiting court in Findlay Municipal Court.

July 27
Officers arrested a Bluffton resident for OVI and a stop sign violation following a traffic stop in the area of College Avenue and Geiger Street. The case is pending in Lima Municipal Court.

July 28
Officers arrested a Bluffton resident for driving with no operator’s license and a stop sign violation following a traffic stop in the area of Bentley Road and Main Street. The cases are pending in Lima Municipal Court.

July 29
Officers received a breaking and entering complaint at the university bookstore. Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to contact the police department.

A North Jackson Street resident reported a criminal damage complaint to police.

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