DELPHOS — On Oct. 4, 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 the driver to be in possession of a prescription drug for which he had no prescription. He was issued a citation for the traffic offense and could face further charges.

On Oct. 5, officers and Delphos Fire and Rescue responded to the 100 block of South Clay Street in reference to an unresponsive male. The male was located and appeared to be suffering from a drug overdose. EMS began administering aid to him and the male regained consciousness. He was transported to the hospital for treatment.

On Oct. 6, officers were sent to a residence in the 700 block of East Third Street after receiving a complaint of an altercation. Officers spoke with two males who had a disagreement. It was found that the two were having a verbal dispute and no physical violence had occurred. No charges will be pursued.

On Oct. 6, officers were made aware of a juvenile who had sent a message to a friend indicating the thought of harming himself. Officers located the juvenile and contacted his parents. They arrived and the juvenile was turned over to them.

On Oct. 9, officers met with a female at the police department. She stated that she went to her ex-husband’s residence to discuss child custody. The female told officers that her ex-husband’s wife became aggressive and the two got into a physical altercation. The female stated that she did not want to pursue charges, she just wanted to give her side of the story. Moments later officers met with the ex-husband and his wife. They both stated that the female became aggressive with them and entered their home to cause a disturbance. They did not wish to pursue charges, but wanted a criminal trespass order to prevent the female from returning to their residence.

On Oct. 9, officers were dispatched to the 200 block of West Clime Street in reference to theft complaint. The complainant told officers that items were stolen from his porch sometime during the overnight hours. The incident remains under investigation.

On Oct. 10, a female called the police department to file a report. The female stated that her ex-husband was contacting her and she also did not want him to come to her residence. Officers advised the female that they would contact her ex-husband and advise him to cease contact. They also advised her that she would need the property owner to file a criminal trespass complaint against her ex-husband as she was a renter and not the property owner.

On Oct. 11, officers were sent to the 100 block of Hunt Street after receiving a complaint of breaking and entering. Officers arrived and spoke with the complainant. She told officers that her daughter had come to her residence and took items from her garage. It was determined that the daughter had previously lived at the residence and had just returned to remove her personal property. The complainant was advised that it is a civil issue.

On Oct. 12, officers received a complaint of a male in the 400 block of Euclid Street creating a disturbance. Officers located the male, 19-year-old Ramone Olmeda, and found him to be highly intoxicated. Olmeda was placed under arrest for underage consumption of alcohol and given a summons to appear in Lima Municipal Court. He was later released to a family member.

On Sunday, officers were dispatched to the 800 block of Skinner Street to locate a female that attempted to harm herself. Officers located the female and found that she had taken a large amount of prescription medication. Delphos Fire and Rescue was contacted to transport the female to the hospital for treatment.

On Monday, officers were sent to the 400 block of South Canal Street to investigate a verbal dispute. Officers arrived in the area and located a male and a female. The female told officers that the male had thrown her cell phone into the canal during an argument. The male, Matthew Lause, was taken into custody for criminal mischief and transported to the Van Wert County Jail.

On Monday, officers were sent to the 100 block of West Third Street after being advised that a male there wanted to harm himself. Officers located the male and contracted Delphos EMS to transport the male to the hospital.

On Wednesday, officers met with a male in the 300 block of West Sixth Street. The male told officers that he was the victim of a scam. The male had received an email from someone indicating that they were an employee at his bank. The email advised the male that someone had attempted to gain access to his bank account and they were requesting his password so that they could monitor his accounts. The male replied to the email providing his password. A short time later, the male found that approximately $2,000 was transferred from his account. He then contacted his bank and they advised that they had not sent the email. The incident remains under investigation.

On Thursday, officers were made aware of an active warrant out of Putnam County for 29-year-old Abbie Holton. Officers located Holton staying in the 800 block of Skinner Street. She was taken into custody and turned over to a deputy from the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office.