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Police Blotter for 10/16/06


12:06 p.m.

Shotgun reported stolen from an office on Victory Lane for a couple of weeks.

12:59 p.m.

Subject reported standing naked in an open doorway at a North Main Street home.

3:09 p.m.

Storage unit at Lehman Avenue and Railroad Street reported broken into.

3:10 p.m.

Subject entered a home on North Enterprise Street to get a knife. The caller managed to apprehend her and when police talked with her, they realized she was disoriented. She was taken to Flower Hospital.

10:55 p.m.

Juvenile arrested for trafficking of drugs, possession of drug paraphernilia and having only one operating brake light on Clough Street. When police pulled him over, they found numerous small bags of marijuana and rolling papers in the car. Officers also found a leather pouch in his trunk containing two bags of marijuana prepared for distribution. He was taken to juvenile detention center.


1:59 a.m.

Matthew R. Dobbins, 24, arrested for criminal damaging after he broke a wooden stake belonging to the University.

2:58 a.m.

Subject flagged down officers on East Wooster Street saying he had been assaulted after he got out of Super Cab. He reported he and his girlfriend were riding home from the bars when two subjects took his hat off. He stated the two males began punching him in the head.

5:07 p.m.

Bicyclist hit by a vehicle on North Main Street.


2:45 a.m.

South Main Street residents reported windows were broken when they returned home. They reported that nothing appeared to be stolen.

3:33 p.m.

Complainant advised male subject sleeping on top of bushes. Subject was taking pictures for Facebook, there was no problem.

12:13 p.m.

Mildred Mutale, 25, arrested for forgery after using fraudulent Social Security card at an East Wooster Street governent office.

6:27 p.m.

Maresa Dyane McNeill, 22, arrested for assault after her roommate reported McNeill had torn her nightgown off, choked and bit her. McNeill was taken to the Wood County Justice Center.

11:04 p.m.

Rose A. Toth, 32, arrested for criminal trespassing, resisting arrest and obstructing official business at a North Main Street bar. She had been identified as a suspect after a bar staff member’s cell phone was stolen. As Toth walked away with her friends, police asked her what happened. She told the officer she would not say anything and refused to give him her ID. She began walking away and the officer asked for her ID again. When she refused, she was arrested. She struggled with officers as she was taken to the police cruiser. When she arrived at the jail, a friend posted $1,700 on her bond.


12:22 a.m.

Todd S. Chambers, 24, arrested for marijuana use, possession of drug paraphernilia and carrying of a concealed weapon on Ninth Street. Joseph A. Stout, 24, arrested for drug abuse.

1:36 a.m.

Subject reported his wallet was taken at an East Wooster Street bar.

2:10 a.m.

Chad A. Treen, 29, arrested for driving while under suspension and under the influence of alcohol. When the officer approached his car, he refused to get out and the officer threatened to pepper spray him. Treen refused to take a blood alcohol test. According to police, he’s had four OVI violations in the past ten to 11 years. After Treen unsuccessfully attempted to contact his lawyers, he was taken to Wood County Hospital for tests and then to jail.

2:33 p.m.

Fight reported at a North Main Street bar.

2:35 a.m.

Fifty people reported being disorderly on North Main Street. Officers sprayed pepper spray into the air to help break up the crowd.

2:42 a.m.

Subject reported being assaulted by four subjects on Third Street.

3:43 a.m.

North Grove Street resident reported her suicidal daughter was missing.

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