Police Blotter for 11/9/06


5:49 a.m.

Vehicle reported broken into overnight on South Main Street. Several items, including a digital camera, reported missing.

7:19 a.m.

Vehicle reported broken into overnight on Ada Avenue. A cell phone, a CD case containing 20 CDs and a stereo reported missing.

8:40 a.m.

Unknown male claiming to be from the Board of Elections reported to be taking signs from voting locations.

1:04 p.m.

Principal at a West Wooster Street school reported finding marijuana and antidepressants on a student. The student claimed he was holding them for someone else.

2:46 p.m.

South Summit Street resident reported $200 stolen from his home after a woman scammed him. The resident let her inside his house when she wanted to ask him some questions about his neighborhood. They began talking in the kitchen. The woman closed a door blocking the man’s view of his dining room. He heard noises in the other room and when he went to check what was going on, he said the woman blocked his path. He eventually got to the dining room and didn’t see anyone but he escorted the woman out of his house. After she left, he found he was missing $200. Nothing else was believed to be missing. Police questioned neighbors, but none had seen the woman.

3:12 p.m.

Tool reported missing from vehicle on West Wooster Street.

3:19 p.m.

Napoleon Road resident reported E-mail fraud. She reported receiving a cashier’s check, and when she took it to the bank, she was told the check wasn’t good. According to the E-mail’s instructions, she was to send $2,500 cash to the company.

6:57 p.m.

Subject called to report her car was ransacked at Sixth Street and College Drive overnight. She did not believe anything was missing.


2:27 a.m.

Sarah Marie Korotnayi, 18, of Perrysburg, Ohio, arrested for underage under the influence at an East Wooster Street bar.

3:08 a.m.

Subject came to front desk of an East Wooster Street hotel to report he’d been assaulted. Male subject had been assaulted by another man who fled the area before officers arrived. The alleged victim told police he had been struck in the face and had a knife pulled on him. There were no injuries found on him, except a small amount of blood inside his mouth.