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Police Blotter for 9/05/07


11:06 a.m.

A vehicle parked on Manville Avenue was broken into overnight. A stereo faceplate, valued at $100, was stolen.

3:09 p.m.

Richard P. Phillips, 43, of Toledo, was arrested for stealing a pink and black girl’s bicycle from a home on Gypsy Lane Road.

3:23 p.m.

Margaret Nixon, 58, of Bowling Green, reported that someone tried to steal her purse in the Meijer parking lot. Nixon left her purse on the driver’s seat of her car with the door open as she went to return her cart. At that time, a white male in his early twenties with dark hair and a scruffy beard attempted to grab the purse. The suspect then ran off and got into the passenger seat of a gray pick-up truck waiting near the parking lot exit and drove off westbound on Wooster Street. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.

4:45 p.m.

A man was warned for criminal trespassing for sleeping in a Railroad Street laundromat several times over the weekend.

8:51 p.m.

Someone attempted to break into a trailer on North Main Street. One of the window screens was torn, causing about $50 worth of damage.

9:34 p.m.

A Carol Road resident reported two teenage males in a white station wagon destroyed his mailbox and drove off.

9:47 p.m.

Paul Francis McGrath, 37, of Newport, Mich., was arrested and taken to the Wood County Justice Center for assaulting Jose Jesus Olivarez, 42, of Bowling Green, at the End Zone bar. Olivarez was also arrested for disorderly conduct for taunting McGrath.


12:14 a.m.

Ralph G. Elliot III, 20, of Bowling Green, and James M. Hood, 24, of Toledo, were arrested at the corner of Main Street and Napoleon Road for criminal mischief after they were seen firing paintballs at traffic signs from their vehicle.

2:14 a.m.

Randy Thoman, 21, of Tiffin, Ohio, was issued a civil citation for public urination.

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