DELPHOS — On Nov. 15, officers were made aware of an active warrant out of Van Wert County for, 57-year-old, Tammy Bell of Delphos. Officers located Bell, took her into custody, and transported her to the Van Wert County Jail.

On Nov. 16, officers were dispatched to the 100 block of East Seventh Street to investigate a domestic dispute. Officers arrived and spoke with two females and two males inside the residence. It was determined that a male was arguing with his wife, at which time, the male’s mother entered the room and became involved in the argument. The argument escalated to a physical altercation between the two females. Due to conflicting accounts of the incident, by all parties, officers could not determine a primary physical aggressor. No charges will be pursued.

On Nov. 16, officers were called back to a residence in the 100 block of East Seventh Street for a theft report. Officers were advised that a female involved in an altercation earlier at this residence had left for several hours and upon return to the residence she found some items missing. The female believed that other residents had taken the items when they left. Officers documented the incident but explained to the complainant that she could pursue the matter in civil court.

On Nov. 16, officers took a theft report from a male in the 100 block of North West Street. The male told officers that an item was stolen from his property. The male gave officers the name of a possible suspect who had previously lived at the residence.

On Sunday, officers received word of a juvenile female making statements of harming herself. Officers worked to locate the juvenile and her parents. Officers were able to make contact with the juvenile’s mother, who stated that her daughter was not harmed and she would be seeking counseling.

On Monday, officers were sent to a business on East Fifth Street for a disturbance from a customer. The store employee advised officers that they have had prior issues with this customer and wished to have him criminally trespassed from the business.

On Monday, officers were dispatched to the 600 block of Harmon Street to investigate a suspicious subject. Officers located the male, 36-year-old Scott Wilkins of Lima, and found that he had an active warrant out of Allen County. Wilkins was taken into custody and later turned over to a deputy from the Allen County Sheriff’s Office.

On Wednesday, officers were dispatched to Jefferson High School to investigate a possible threat. Officers arrived and found that a student had posted a Snapchat message that other students observed. The message included a word that was perceived as a possible threat. Officers and a detective spoke with the male student at length about this post and were able to conclude that the wording was misinterpreted and not intended as a threat. None the less, the student was removed from school and turned over to his mother. He faces a charge of disorderly conduct in Juvenile Court.

On Thursday, officers were sent to the 900 block of Superior Street in reference to a domestic dispute between a female and her brother-in-law. Officers spoke with both parties and found no physical violence had occurred. Neither person would agree to leave the residence so both were advised to cease any disorderly behavior.