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DELPHOS — On Oct. 23, a male filed a police reporting stating that someone filed for unemployment benefits using his personal information.

On Oct. 23, officers were dispatched to a vehicle crash on South Main Street. During the investigation of the crash, officers found probable cause to arrest the driver, 29-year-old Dru Leach of Bluffton, for operating the vehicle while impaired.

On Oct. 24, officers on patrol investigated a vehicle parked in the early morning hours with three juveniles inside. Officers found that the juveniles had been consuming alcohol at a residence in Van Wert County. Van Wert County deputies were contacted as they were investigating an incident that had occurred at the residence that the juveniles left from. The juveniles were then released to their parents.

On Oct. 24, officers took a report from a female, who stated she was pushed by her sister while they were cleaning out their parents’ house.

On Oct. 26, officers took a report from an employee at a business on East Fifth Street. The employee told officers that items were removed from vehicles belonging to the business.

On Oct. 27, officers located a male, 32-year-old Brandon Salyer, who had an active warrant out of Van Wert County. Officers took Salyer into custody and during the arrest, found Salyer to be in possession of drug abuse instruments. Salyer was transported to the Van Wert County Jail and issued a summons into Van Wert Municipal Court for possession of drug abuse instruments.

On Oct. 28, officers responded to a residence in the 400 block of South Canal Street in reference to a neighbor dispute. Officers arrived and spoke with all parties involved. The dispute was resolved by one male leaving for the evening.

On Oct. 30, a male called the police department to report an item stolen from a vehicle while the vehicle was in another person’s possession.

On Oct. 30, officers took a report from a female, who stated that her daughters were in a verbal and possibly physical altercation with their father. Officers located the two females, who had since left their father’s residence. The girls gave their account of the incident and were found to be okay. The report was forwarded to Children’s Services for a follow-up investigation.

On Oct. 31, officers were sent to a residence in the 600 block of South Cass Street for a domestic dispute. Officers met with a male and female at the residence and began investigating the incident. After speaking with each, it was determined that neither wished to file charges and the male agreed to leave for the evening.

On Oct. 31, officers made a traffic stop on a vehicle that was reported to be a non-returned rental car. Officers spoke with the female driver, who stated that she was behind in payments but was intending to pay. The vehicle was impounded and the female, Tiffany Warner of Lima, was issued a summons into Lima Municipal Court for receiving stolen property.

On Oct. 31, a male spoke with officers in reference to his vehicle having damage done to it. The male told officers that another male had threatened to damage his vehicle, but it is unknown if this damage was caused by him.

On Nov. 1, a female came to the police department requesting that a criminal trespass form be prepared and served on a male, whom she no longer wanted at her residence.

On Nov. 1, a female reported damage done to her home by someone throwing eggs on it.

On Nov. 3, a female contacted the police department in reference to her ex-boyfriend threatening to harm himself. The female stated that the male was also threatening to harm her new boyfriend. Officers located the male and advised him to cease all contact with the female. It was determined that the male did not wish to harm himself.

On Nov. 4, a female reported her bicycle was stolen from her yard overnight.

On Nov. 4, a male called the police department to report that his father pushed him against a wall. The male stated that he was living with his grandmother and she requested that he move out. An argument ensued at which time his father pushed him against the wall. No charges will be filed.

On Nov. 5, officers were dispatched to the Old Lincoln Inn in reference to a domestic disturbance. Officers arrived and spoke with a female, who stated that her daughters broke in and assaulted her. After investigating the incident, it was found that one of the daughters lived with her mother but was told to move out. The females came to get items out of the residence, but the mother refused to allow them in. One female entered the residence and retrieved her items. No charges will be filed.

On Nov. 6, a male contacted the police department to report a burglary. The male told officers that while he was away from his residence in the 200 block of West Clime Street, someone entered the residence and stole multiple items from inside. The were no signs of forced entry. The incident remains under investigation.

On Nov. 6, officers took a report from a female in the 700 block of West Third Street. The female reported that her house and vehicles had been hit with eggs.

On Nov. 6, officers met with a female who reported that her granddaughter’s phone had been stolen approximately one month ago. New information that they received led them to believe they know who the suspect is. The incident remains under investigation.

On Nov. 6, an officer on patrol conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle after observing the driver commit a traffic offense. During the traffic stop, it was found that the driver, Ronnie Romans, was found to be operating the vehicle with a suspended driver’s license. Romans was issued a citation for a speeding violation and an out-of-state suspension.

On Nov. 7, an officer on patrol conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle after observing the driver commit a traffic offense. During the traffic stop, officers found probable cause to arrest the driver, Corbin David Betz of Van Wert, for operating the vehicle while impaired. Betz will appear in Lima Municipal Court to face the charge.

On Tuesday, officers responded to a residence in the 400 block of King Street for a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival, officers spoke with a male and his wife. Both claimed that the other had initiated a physical confrontation. Both agreed to separate until things calmed down.

On Tuesday, a male reported that the mirror was broken on his vehicle. The male stated that the damage occurred while it was parked at his residence.

On Thursday, officers were notified of a disturbance in the area of Scott and East Seventh streets. Officers located a male who was intoxicated and admitted to yelling. The male, 33 year old Daniel Pescosolido of Delphos, had apparently became angry after falling out of a chair outside. Pescosolido went inside his residence and officers left. A short time later, officers were sent back to the residence for an assault complaint. Officers arrived and spoke to a female who resides upstairs in the same residence as Pescosolido. The female told officers that Pescosolido broke into her area of the residence and assaulted her, believing that she had called the police on the previous incident. Pescosolido was taken into custody and transported to the Allen County Jail.