DELPHOS — On Oct. 25, officers were dispatched to the 500 block of E. 2nd St, in reference to a burglary complaint. Officers arrived and met with the tenant at the rental property. He stated that while he was away from the residence, someone forced entry into the home and stole multiple items. The victim gave officers the names of possible suspects who had previously resided with him. The incident remains under investigation.

On Oct. 25, an officer met with a male at his residence regarding a threat that he had received. The male showed officers a text message that he had received from an ex-girlfriend in which she implied that she would cause physical harm to him.

On Oct. 25, officers were sent to McDonald’s parking lot in reference to a dispute. Officers arrived and found that an argument began between a female and the father of her children during visitation. The male became angry during the visitation and made threats towards the female’s new boyfriend and his father. The male left prior to officers arrival and no physical assault took place.

On Oct. 25, officers were sent to the 200 block of East Fourth Street after being alerted to a dispute between a male and a female. Officers arrived and met with a mother and her adult son. Both showed minor marks indicating some form of physical altercation had taken place, but neither wished to pursue charges. The male was picked up and left the residence.

On Oct. 26, officers observed a male walking on North Main Street near Second Street whom they had prior knowledge of him having an active warrant out of Allen County. The male, 40-year-old Joseph Ward of Delphos, attempted to evade officers but was quickly taken into custody. He was turned over to a deputy from the Allen County Sheriff’s Office.

On Sunday, officers were dispatched to the 400 block of West Second Street for a criminal damaging complaint. Officers arrived and found that the complainant and her boyfriend’s vehicles had been vandalized with spray paint.

On Monday, officers located a male, 18-year-old Anthony Denoyer of Delphos, and took him into custody on an active warrant out of Allen County. He was later turned over to a deputy from the Allen County Sheriff’s Office.

On Monday, an officer on patrol conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle and found that the driver, Lisa Ulrey of Delphos, was operating the vehicle on a suspended driver’s license. Ulrey was issued a citation for a child support suspension and will appear in Van Wert Municipal Court to face the charge.

On Monday, an officer initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle after observing an equipment violation. Officers made contact with the driver, Johnathan Nieto of Delphos, and found that he was operating the vehicle on a suspended driver’s license. Nieto was issued a citation for a license forfeiture suspension and will appear in Van Wert Municipal Court to face the charge.

On Tuesday, officers along with Delphos Fire and Rescue were dispatched to the 200 block of West Clime Street after receiving a report of an unresponsive male. Officers and EMS personnel arrived and located the male who appeared to be suffering from an overdose. After receiving medical aid from EMS personnel, the male regained consciousness and refused transport to the hospital. The male, identified as 30-year-old Jaden Heacock of Alger, was issued a summons to appear in Van Wert Municipal Court to face the charge of disorderly conduct.

On Tuesday, officers were sent to the 600 block of South Main Street after receiving complaints of an active physical altercation taking place in that area. Officers arrived and spoke with two males who were arguing. Both claimed that no physical violence had occurred and that they were arguing over a civil rental agreement. Neither male wished to pursue charges.

On Tuesday, officers were sent to a residence in the 100 block of West Clime Street for an unruly juvenile report. Upon arrival officers met with a female, who told officers that her grandson had left the residence after being told not to leave. Officers located the male a short time later and returned him to his residence. The juveniles probation officer was advised of the incident.

On Thursday, officers spoke with a female at the police department about a theft incident. The female told officers that her ex-boyfriend had admitted to stealing her wedding rings and she found that he had pawned them. Officers contacted the pawn shop and received confirmation that the male had pawned the rings. The incident remains under investigation and theft charges will be pending.