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Police Blotter for 10/23/06



Subject reported his vehicle had been stolen from the Wal-Mart parking lot. When police arrived, he realized he’d simply forgotten where he parked it.


12:19 a.m.

Marcha L. Sebetto, 61, arrested for theft after she placed five packs of cigarettes at an East Wooster Street store.

12:32 a.m.

Bridget S. Sulzer, 19, for underage intoxication at Thurstin Avenue and Ridge Street.

12:52 a.m.

Male reported passed out at a North Main Street restaurant.

1:12 a.m.

Naked male knocked on Campbell Hill Road resident’s door. When the resident opened the door, the unknown male tried to get in. When the resident shut the door, the male kicked it in causing damage. Damaged estimated at $150.

1:17 a.m.

Subject reported to be taking a political sign out of a yard on East Reed Street.

1:27 a.m.

Subject observed walking with a child’s bicycle on Pike Street. The two subjects said they found the bike in a dumpster.

2:13 a.m.

Subject reported seeing two males breaking into vehicles on North Main Street.

3 a.m.

Intoxicated male reported lying on a sidewalk in from on Crim School. He reported having been assaulted on his way home from the bars by unknown subjects and had lost his glasses. He had no visible injuries and declined medical attention.

3:06 a.m.

Wooster Street apartment reported broken into between midnight and 2:30 a.m. A door had been kicked in, and a case of beer, a cell phone and a coat were said to be stolen. The items were valued at $550.

8:48 a.m.

Building on East Napoleon Road reported broken into overnight.

12:49 p.m.

Subject reported using her ex-roommate’s debit card.

1:30 p.m.

Political signs reported stolen from a South Summit Street residence.

3:44 p.m.

Theft reported at an East Wooster Street store.

3:44 p.m.

Door to storage unit in Lot 2 reported kicked in.

3:47 p.m.

Subject reported trying to kick in an apartment door on North Grove Street.

3:57 p.m.

Subject reported he may have been assaulted Thursday night on Ridge Street. The subject said he felt something hit him in the head as he walked in an alley.

7:15 p.m.

Subject reported receiving harassing phone calls from an inmate.

8:28 p.m.

Back porch of a home on East Merry Avenue reported to be shattered.

9:01 p.m.

Items reported stolen from a vehicle parked on South Main Street.

9:43 p.m.

Parents reported being abusive to children at a laundromat on Railroad Street. Police were unable to locate the family.

10:03 p.m.

High Street residents reported they heard a male hit a female in the apartment below them. When police arrived, the couple said it was only a verbal altercation. They were warned for disorderly conduct.


12:04 a.m. – 3:07 a.m.

There were nine calls concerning loud music or related disorderly conduct.

1:47 – 3:07 a.m.

There were six calls about fights and assaults.

1:51 a.m.

Fight reported in Lot 1. Suspects were gone upon arrival. One victim refused treatment and another was treated by police.

2:33 a.m.

Assault victim reported to be at Wood County Hospital.

2:35 a.m.

Brandon M. Suther, 22, arrested for operating a vehicle while under the influence and failing to follow marked lanes at College Drive and Scott Hamilton Avenue.

3:07 a.m.

Subject called 911 to report a male was beating up a female at a Clough Street apartment. Upon arrival, police referred the case to the city prosecutor.

8:37 a.m.

Unknown person reported to have entered a vehicle and stolen a portable Sony Playstation, valued at $250, and work keys from a South Mercer Road parking lot.

9:03 a.m.

Gas delivery truck reported to have hit a gas pump at a South Main Street station. Plate reported to have been certified “erroneously or fraudulently.”

11:25 a.m.

Theft from a vehicle reported on South Mercer Road sometime overnight. The driver side window sustained $1,200 in damage.

11:41 a.m.

Subject reported being followed and surrounded by young men on East Wooster Street. She later reported “Fred” was knocking on her door.

12:26 p.m. – 3:37 a.m.

There were seven assault and fight calls.

2:26 p.m.

Harry Lewis Stutz, Jr. reported to have threatened his mother and broke her door in. He was charged with menacing, criminal damaging and criminal trespassing.

2:55 p.m.

Theft reported overnight from vehicle parked in a South Mercer Road parking lot. A radio, valued at $70, was stolen but there was no damage to the vehicle. Another was reported soon after. In that vehicle, a CD player and a cell phone, with combined value of $170. Later, another subject also reported her stereo, valued at $130, was taken out of her car overnight. There were no suspects.

5:50 p.m.

Employee reported to be threatened at a Klotz Road restaurant. It was later confirmed to be a misunderstanding.

6:08 p.m.

Purse reported stolen from an East Wooster Street restaurant.

7:29 p.m. – 2:44 a.m.

There were ten calls about loud music, parties or noises.

10:10 p.m.

Subjects reported to be sitting on picnic tables and smoking marijuana on North Grove Street. Police were later advised it was a misunderstanding. Ten people, most of whom were deaf, were gathered at the park and were signing when officers arrived. The officer did not smell marijuana or find any evidence of drug use.

11:40 p.m.

Francisco Aguilar-Lopez, 27, arrested for possession of drugs and forgery when he used a fake ID. He was taken to jail and given no bond.

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