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Metro
OREGON – Someone damaged electrical wires in an attempt to strip the copper in the 2900 block of Pickle Road on Feb. 4, said police;

•Someone took dentures and a hooded sweatshirt from an apartment in the 3900 block of Navarre Avenue on Jan. 1, said police;

•Someone cut a hole in a fence in the 3900 block of Navarre Avenue on Feb. 9 to gain access to the property, said police.

•Someone broke a door window of Freck Funeral Chapel, 1155  S. Wynn Road, entered the premises, and stole cash from a box on Feb. 3, said police.


Suburban
Pemberville – Police Chief Richard Bingham said a local man wanted on a warrant for domestic violence has been arrested in Montgomery County.

The village police department had been trying to locate Michael G. Wilson and had offered a reward through the Crime Stopper program for information on his location.

Chief Bingham said Mr. Wilson was picked up by authorities in Montgomery County on Feb. 8 on separate charges.

Police said Mr. Wilson should be considered armed and dangerous. He was last seen in northwest Ohio driving a red Ford F-350 pickup truck and was thought to be in the Gibsonburg or Oak Harbor area.
 
Lake Twp.  – Residents returning to their Hakes Road home Feb. 7 found suspects fleeing the home with items. Two electric guitars, jars of coins, two VCRs, a flashlight, and other items were reported missing.

• A laptop computer, two DVDs, and jewelry were reported stolen Feb. 7from a residence in the 500 block of Woodville Road.

• A sports bag with business papers was reported missing Feb. 8 by a man visiting a relative employed at the Travel Centers of America truckstop. The bag had been left on the counter.

• A guitar and transmitter were reported stolen Feb. 8 from Rick’s Café, Woodville Road.

• Joane N. Hale, 21, Walbridge, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia Feb. 7 after police responded to a domestic disturbance call to an Isch Road home.

•Two Fremont  brothers were charged Feb. 8 with obstructing official business after a traffic stop. Bradley Price, 26, and Quinton Price, 22, were charged. Quinton was also charged with possession of drug abuse instruments.
 

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