12:37 a.m.

Student reported her laptop stolen from Kohl Hall.

9:12 a.m.

South Main Street resident reported his Prozac was missing. He believed his apartment may have been robbed.

9:58 a.m.

Window of maintenance shed reported broken on Napoleon Road, causing $500 in damage.

10:05 a.m.

Vehicle on Clough Street reported broken into over winter break. A CD player was taken.

10:12 a.m.

Student reported his iPod was stolen from Offenhauer West.

11:52 a.m.

Graffiti reported at Woodland Mall.

1:16 p.m.

Money reported stolen at an East Napoleon Road apartment complex. The caller said his ex-girlfriend took $12 cash when she came over to get diapers.

4:46 p.m.

Window of residence reported damaged on Clough Street.

5:56 p.m.

Two males reported to be soliciting for a wheelchair basketball team on Klotz Road. Both were warned for soliciting without a permit.

6:17 p.m.

Vehicle on Fairview Avenue reported broken into on Saturday. A CD player face plate and some CDs were missing.

7:07 p.m.

David T. Powell, 18, of Bowling Green, arrested for burglary after he admitted to stealing a friend’s video game system and about 10 video games. Powell had sold the items to local video game stores and told police he took the items because he needed money to buy a game system he wanted.

9:21 p.m.

Purse reported stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Manville Avenue. The purse contained $42 in cash and a driver’s license.


12:03 a.m.

Lisa Anne Maidment, 37, of Bowling Green, was arrested for trespassing after she was found sleeping in a shed on Mourning Dove Lane. She had previously been seen near the front door of a residence.

1:42 a.m.

Male reported being assaulted by Florida fans in Lot 1. He had serious cuts above and below his left eye and a bloody nose. He was taken to Wood County Hospital via an ambulance.

2:30 a.m.

Robert E. Metz, 20, of Bowling Green, Samuel P. Mentzer, 21, of Toledo, and Phillip M. Misiak, 21, of Strongsville, arrested for disorderly conduct on East Wooster Street. They were previously reported to be fighting in the middle of the road.