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Police Beats

Crime log

Lake Twp. – Michael W. Lavoy, 55, Walbridge, was charged Oct. 22 with disorderly conduct after police were called to a residence in the 5000 block of Neill Ave.

-Two people were arrested and charged with theft from the Flying J Truckstop. Melinda Drouillard, 32, Toledo, and Jacob M. Hainer, 27, Northwood, were charged Oct. 18. Police said merchandise and cash were reported stolen.

-Police charged Brianna M. Skidmore, 18, Walbridge, with disorderly conduct and underage consumption Oct. 13 after being called to an apartment on Owens Lake Drive.

Crime log

Lake Twp. – Police charged Scott Farrand, 39, Toledo, with felonious assault Sept. 21 after an argument he had with a truck driver near the intersection of Libbey Road and State Rt. 420. According to police, he hit the driver causing the truck to travel into a ditch.

Crime log

Lake Twp. – Police are investigating the aggravated robbery of the Subway restaurant, 1501 Woodville Rd., on Sept. 9. According to police, a female entered the store about 1:13 p.m. and pointed a gun at an employee and demanded money from the register.

-James Zelinko, 52, Northwood, was charged Sept. 7 with violating a protection order after he allegedly went to a residence in the 1000 block of Millbury Road.

       

 

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