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Police report Nov 1-15

Bluffton Police Department
Public Docket
Nov. 15, 2009

1st -Police took a complaint a N. Main St. resident in regards to a theft from his residence.
2nd - Police received a complaint of Telephone Harassment from a Sunset Drive resident.
4th - Police arrested Michael Hurst of Batesville, Miss., for OVI following a traffic stop on SR 103 for a Lanes of Travel/Left of Center violation. The case is pending in Findlay Municipal Court.
4th - Police responded to a SR 103 business in regards to a Criminal Trespassing violation.
5th - Police received a complaint from a local bank in regards to a customer making threats toward the business and its upper level management.
6th - Police responded to a W. Kibler St. residence in regards to a complaint of a Domestic Dispute between parties at the residence.
7th - Officers responded to a Commerce Lane business and took a report on a theft of gasoline.
7th - Police arrested Roy Rayl of Bluffton on an outstanding warrant out of Hancock County.
8th - Officers responded to an Eastland Dr. residence in regards to a family member taking a young child without permission. Officers were able to locate the young child in the care of the family member and the child was unharmed.
8th - Officer's responded to a SR 103 business in response to a reported assault.
9th - Police responded to a Westland Dr. residence and took a report of Criminal Damaging for tires having been slashed on vehicles parked at the residence.
12th - Officers responded to a N. Main St. business in response to damage having been done to a door by a patron of the business.
12th - Officers responded to a SR 103 business and took a report of a male subject being assaulted by another male during the custody exchange of his children.
13th - Officers took a report from an Orange Twp. Resident who reported his vehicle being damaged while parked in the high school parking lot.
13th - Officers were called for a well being check of a Cherry St. resident.
13th - Officers responded to a Salome Circle residence in regards to a child custody dispute.