DELPHOS — On April 7, officers met with a female in the 1100 block of North Main Street in reference to an on-going dispute with a neighbor. The female reported an action by her neighbor that was determined not to be criminal in nature. The female requested a report to attempt to seek action in civil court.

On Sunday, officers were dispatched to a business on West Third Street after a passerby saw several juveniles entering the business after it was closed. Officers arrived and located the juveniles, finding that one was the owner’s son. Due to the early morning hours, parents of the juveniles were contacted and they were released to them.

On Tuesday, officers were sent to the 200 block of South Bredeick Street after receiving a report of a possible domestic violence incident. Officers arrived and located a male and female. Both were spoken to separately and each stated that they had a verbal altercation but nothing physical had occurred. The female left the residence for the day and no charges will be pursued.

On Tuesday, officers responded to a residence in the 1300 block of Rose Anna after receiving a call of a female threatening to harm herself. Officers arrived and determined that the female needed to be transported to the hospital for an evaluation. The female was transported by Delphos Fire and Rescue.

On Tuesday, officers spoke with a male in reference to an identity theft. The complainant told officers that an account was opened with Comcast in Chicago using his Social Security number. The complainant had no knowledge of the account or the subject that opened it. A report was requested for further investigation.

On Wednesday, officers were dispatched to Jefferson High School in reference to an altercation. Officers met with school officials and found that a female had assaulted a male student. The female, who was on probation through Van Wert Juvenile Probation Department, was taken into temporary custody by the probation officer. The report was forwarded to the Van Wert Juvenile Court to review for charges.

On Wednesday, officers met with a male in the 600 block of Moening Street. The male told officers that his juvenile daughter was being harassed by a female on social media. The male stated that this was an on-going issue and wished to have the incident documented.

On Thursday, officers were dispatched to the 400 block of Suthoff Street in reference to a burglary complaint. The homeowner reported that his residence was entered through a window while he was away. A table inside the residence was broken but nothing was missing.