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DELPHOS — On June 12, officers were dispatched to the 400 block of South Jefferson Street for an ungovernable juvenile complaint. Officers arrived and spoke with a male who stated that his granddaughter, whom he has custody of, was not obeying rules and sneaking out of the house at night. The juvenile female admitted that she was sneaking out and not following rules. The female made statements of harming herself and was therefore transported to the hospital for evaluation.

On June 13, an officer on patrol conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle after observing the driver commit a traffic offense. While investigating the offense officers found probable cause to arrest the driver, 40-year-old Ryan Weber, of Delphos, for operating the vehicle while impaired. Weber will appear in Van Wert Municipal court to face the charges of OVI and Rules for turning right.

On June 13, officers met with a female who reported a theft incident. The female told officers that her daughter’s bicycle was stolen from Stadium Park. A book bag was on the bicycle and contained personal items belonging to the complainant’s daughter and those items were stolen as well.

On June 15, a male called the police department and made a complaint about another male whom he did not want on his property. Officers contacted the other male and advised him to remain off of the property or he could face criminal trespass charges.

On June 15, officers located a male whom they had previously been notified of that had an active warrant out of Lima. The male, 40-year-old Jeremy Whitaker of Delphos, was taken into custody and turned over to an officer from the Lima Police Department.

On June 16, officers were dispatched to the 800 block of Clime Street after receiving a report of a stolen motorcycle. Officers met with a male at the residence and were advised that he found out from the Lima Police Department that his motorcycle was impounded in Lima after it was found at the scene of an accident. The male stated that he was unsure when the motorcycle was taken out of his garage or who would have ridden it to Lima. The incident report was forwarded to the Detective Bureau for further investigation.

On June 17, officers met with a female after she made a complaint of receiving unwanted text messages. The female told officers that she received the text messages from a male who was previously ordered by the court not to have contact with her. The report was forwarded to a Lucas County Crime Victim’s Advocate for review.

On June 17, officers and Delphos EMS were dispatched to the 300 block of South Canal Street for an injury. Upon arrival, officers found that a female was driving across the railroad tracks heading southbound and her vehicle bottomed out on the second set of tracks causing her driver’s air bag to deploy. The female was taken to the hospital for minor injuries.

On June 18, officers met with a homeowner in the 600 block of North Elm Street. The homeowner told officers that he found damage done to his above ground swimming pool possibly caused by farm equipment. As of report time the farmer had not been located to address the damage.

On June 19, officers were contacted by a male who stated that he was verbally threatened by a resident in the 200 block of Clime Street. Officers spoke with all parties involved and found that the male had been trespassing on private property when he was confronted by the property owner. No charges will be pursued and the male was advised to stay off of the private property.

On Sunday, officers and Delphos EMS were dispatched to the area of First and Pierce streets for an injured male. Officers arrived and located the male who had a laceration on his head. The male stated that he had left an establishment and was walking home, but did not remember how he got the injury. The male received treatment at the scene and was taken home by family members.

On Sunday, 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 that the driver, 29-year-old Michael Sparrow of Delphos, was operating the vehicle on a suspended driver’s license. Sparrow was issued a citation and will appear in Lima Municipal Court.

On Sunday, officers and Delphos Fire and Rescue were dispatched to the 400 block of South Franklin Street for a possible drug overdose. Officers arrived and located the male, who was unresponsive. The male was administered treatment by EMS personnel and later regained consciousness. The male, 29-year-old Michael Sparrow of Delphos, was issued a summons to appear in Lima Municipal Court to face the charge of disorderly conduct. Items indicating drug use were collected at the scene and entered as evidence at the police department. Sparrow could face additional charges.

On Sunday, officers were sent to the 1100 block of North Washington Street to investigate a theft incident. The male told officers that a pump to his above ground pool was stolen. The incident remains under investigation.

On Thursday, a female spoke with officers in reference to her juvenile daughter being assaulted by another juvenile female. The incident remains under investigation.

On Thursday, officers were contacted by a female who reported a theft incident. The female told officers that a male removed money from her unemployment debit card without permission. The male stated that she agreed to allow him to do this as she owed him the money. The report was forwarded to the Detective Bureau for further investigation.