DELPHOS — On July 2, officers were sent to the 900 block of Lima Avenue after learning of a female threatening to harm herself. Officer’s arrived and located the female. After speaking with her, it was determined that she needed to go to the hospital for a mental evaluation. The female voluntarily went with Delphos Fire and Rescue personnel and was transported to the hospital.

On July 3, an officer on patrol observed two females behind a business at approximately 2:25 a.m. The females ran when they observed the officer in the area. Officers caught the females and found that they were both juveniles. The girls were transported to the police department where their parents were contacted. Both females will be charged with curfew violation.

On July 3, officers met with a female in the 400 block of West Second Street in reference to a criminal damaging complaint. The female advised officers that her house was hit with eggs sometime overnight and she had information on who did it. Officers spoke with the juvenile female that was suspected of causing the damage. The incident remains under investigation.

On July 4, officers were contacted by a female who stated that her boyfriend had threatened to harm himself and had sent pictures to her indicating how he was going to do it. Officers learned of his address in Spencerville and contacted the sheriff’s office to have them locate the male.

On July 4, officers were sent to the 700 block of East Fourth Street in reference to a domestic violence incident. Officers arrived and met with two females who were sisters. Officers found that the two females were in a physical altercation and spoke with a witness to the incident as well as the two involved. After speaking with each person, officers found probable cause to arrest the primary physical aggressor, 31-year-old Brittany Lavallee of Massachusetts. Lavallee was taken into custody and transported to the Allen County Jail. She appeared in Lima Municipal Court and was found guilty of domestic violence.

On July 5, officers were made aware of a warrant out of the Lima Police Department for a Nikia Vogel. Vogel was located and taken into custody. She was transported to the Delphos Police Department where she was later turned over to an officer from the Lima Police Department.

On July 5, officers spoke with a female about a male that has been harassing her. She stated that the male calls her phone multiple times per day and shows up at her residence. The female was concerned about the elderly male as she believes he suffers from dementia. Officers forwarded the report to Adult Protective Services for their review.

On July 6, officers investigating a crash on Fifth Street became aware that a passenger in one of the vehicles, 27-year-old Justin Reynolds of Fort Jennings, had an active warrant out of Van Wert County. Officers took Reynolds into custody and transported him to the Van Wert County Jail.

On July 7, officers met with a male at his residence in the 200 block of Cherry Street. The male told officers that someone unknown to him had entered his outdoor shed and stole multiple tools and yard equipment.

On Monday, officers met with an employee at a business on West Fifth Street in reference to damage done to items on their property.

On Monday, officers were sent to the 900 block of Spencerville Road to take a report of a theft incident. The complainant there advised officers that her son’s bicycle was taken from the property. On Tuesday, the complainant contacted officers and advised that the bicycle had been returned.

On Tuesday, a male called the Delphos Police Department to report that his vehicle was broken into sometime overnight. The complainant advised officers that several items were missing from inside the vehicle. The incident remains under investigation.

On Wednesday, officers were dispatched to the 700 block of West First Street to investigate a domestic dispute. Officers met with multiple people at the residence that were in a verbal altercation. After speaking with each person, it was determined that no physical violence had occurred and all parties agreed to separate.

On Wednesday, officers responded to the 700 block of East Second Street in reference to damage done to a vehicle. Officers spoke with the complainant and found that a car sitting in front of her residence had a window broken out of it. It is unknown at this time if anything is missing from the vehicle.

On Wednesday, officers spoke with a resident in the 400 block of South Canal Street who wished to report a theft incident. Officers gathered all of the information from the complainant and the incident will remain under investigation. It is unknown at this time if the incident will be classified as a theft or a civil issue.

On Thursday, officers were dispatched to the 300 block of South Bredeick Street in reference to a stolen motor vehicle. Officers spoke with the vehicle owner and a witness to the incident. The witness told officers that he did not see who took the vehicle but heard it start up and pull away. Officers entered the vehicle into a law enforcement database as being stolen. The incident remains under investigation.