Police Blotter for 12/4/06


1:19 p.m.

Credit card reported taken and possibly used by a Parkview Drive resident.

8:07 p.m.

Temporary tag reported stolen from a car parked on North Main Street.

11:58 p.m.

Samantha Jean Sears, 20, of Shelby Township, Mich., arrested for attempting to use a fraudulent California ID to get into a North Main Street bar.


12:19 a.m.

Brett M. McClure, 24, of Bowling Green, arrested for disorderly conduct while intoxicated at a Fifth Street home. He was reported to have thrown furniture in the front yard and while fighting with his girlfriend, grabbed her arm and blocked her from leaving a room.

1:56 a.m.

Jody H. Miller, 34, of Bowling Green, arrested for criminal mischief after she was seen in the backyard of a South Maple Street home trying to break into the residence.

2:06 a.m.

Male reported to have jumped on a vehicle at Wooster and Main streets.

2:43 a.m.

Subject called to report being assaulted at a Seventh Street bar an hour earlier.

3:05 p.m.

Vandalism reported at an East Wooster Street bar. According to police reports, a staff member was fired and he slammed the door when he left, causing about $500 in damage to the door.

3:16 a.m.

Riley A. Sharinghouse, 21, of Findlay, arrested for domestic violence at a Pearl Street home after police received a call she was fighting with her mother.

4:30 a.m.

Eric Francis Steighner, 22, of Temple City, Calif., arrested for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle after he took a Chevy Tahoe from a Lehman Avenue apartment complex. The car owner called to report her SUV was missing from the parking lot. Barney’s South worker called soon after to report Steighner had come in and boasted about taking “some girl’s Chevy Tahoe.” Steighner apparently text messaged the girl and then returned with the vehicle. He was taken to jail after the victim decided she wanted to press charges.

6:09 a.m.

Male reported to be passed out with a dog in an East Wooster Street hotel’s vending room. He was warned for criminal trespassing.

11:51 a.m.

Fraudulent activity on a checking account reported at a South Main Street bank.

10:51 p.m.

Debit card fraud reported at an East Napoleon Road apartment complex.


12:04 a.m.

Guy J. Peck, 19, of Bowling Green, arrested for nuisance party violations at an East Napoleon Road apartment complex. Tyler William Smotherman, 19, also of Bowling Green, arrested for underage possession of alcohol.

12:26 a.m.

Joel D. Shope, 19, arrested for underage possession of alcohol at College Drive and Third Street.

12:50 a.m.

Michael R. Willis, 19, of Delta, Ohio, arrested for theft and underage under the influence of alcohol at an East Napoleon Road apartment complex. He was observed walking a bike across the parking lot and dropped it when he saw police. He was taken to jail.

1:03 a.m.

Phillip O. Larkin, of Toledo, arrested for drug trafficking on Seventh Street. He was taken to jail.

2:47 a.m.

Larry E. Fountain, 21, of Walbridge, Ohio, arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia at Court and Enterprise streets.

3:08 a.m.

Robert B. Shirey Jr., 20, of Toledo, arrested for underage under the influence at Pearl Street and Eberly Avenue.

4:10 a.m.

Chris N. Dines, 23, of Parma, Ohio, arrested for disorderly conduct while being unable to care for himself at a Second Street apartment.

7:07 a.m.

West Wooster Street resident called to report her purse and military ID were stolen last night.


12:34 a.m.

Jordan L. Gibson, 22, of Willard, Ohio, arrested for nuisance party violation on East Merry Avenue. Nicholas E. Wilson, 22, of Northwest Pinkerton, Ohio, and William Gallagher, 21, of Lakewood, Ohio, arrested for public urination. Matthew James Arvan, 19, of Franklin, Ohio, arrested for underage under the influence. Police found him climbing out of a window.

12:46 a.m.

Michael J. Greene, 56, of Cygnet, arrested for criminal damaging and underage under the influence of North Main Street. He was seen flipping over a table at a North Main Street bar.

1:05 a.m.

Eric Robert Dibble, 19, of Kirtland, Ohio, arrested for underage possession and open container of alcohol at Ridge and Enterprise streets.