Lights and Sirens-November 9, 2011 issue
The police department responded to 530 incidents in the week of October 23 through October 29, 2011. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:
Driving Under the Influence (DUI) /Collision Hit and Run, 10/23 /11, Lundeen and Vernon Rd
A 33-year-old male was arrested for DUI and Hit and Run Collision. It was reported to police that a male ran into a utility pole with his vehicle and walked two blocks home. The male was located at the residence and processed for DUI. The male was released from the scene, and his vehicle was towed by Fishers Towing. Charges are being forwarded to the prosecutor’s office.
Assault 4° Domestic Violence (DV), 10/23/2011, SR 9
An 18-year-old female was arrested for Assault 4° DV. The 40-year-old victim and also the suspect’s mother reported that she and her daughter got into an argument that resulted in a physical altercation. The mother decided to pour a glass of water over the 18-year-old’s head, resulting in the daughter leaving her on the side of the road. Officers were contacted, and the case is currently under investigation.
Order Violation, 10/24/11, 1700 blk of Main St
A 47-year-old male was arrested for Violation of a No Contact Order. The male violated a no contact order between himself and a 52-year-old female by climbing though her window at her residence. Officers responded and located the male hiding in the closet. He was booked into the Marysville Jail.
Possession of Methamphetamines, 10/25/11, 1600 blk of E. Lakeshore
While investigating a report of a disturbance, a 32-year-old male was found to have a warrant. When he was placed under arrest, it was discovered that he had a firearm magazine, methamphetamines, and a pipe commonly used to smoke the illegal drugs. The officers could see more drugs in the center console, so the vehicle was seized for a search warrant. The case is under investigation pending the conclusion of the search warrant.
Fraud, 10/26/11, 2200 blk of Grade Rd
A male received a phone call from an unknown person asking for his debit card info and stating that his card had been deactivated. The male was lead to believe that it was his bank calling, and he provided the information to the caller. He later learned that all of his money had been removed from an ATM in Mexico. The case will be under investigation pending further information.