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Toledo, Ohio & Lake Erie

The Press Newspaper

The Press Newspaper


OREGON – Someone knocked over a motorcycle and smashed its windshield in the 2400 block of Starr Ave. on Oct. 28.

• A tire and rim set were stolen off a vehicle in the 1100 block of S. Wheeling St. on Oct. 27.

• Two 26” bikes, one maroon and one light blue, were found lying by the side of the road in the 6400 block of Navarre Ave. on Oct. 28.

• Six counterfeit U.S. Postal Service money orders valued at $5,870.06 were cashed at First Federal Bank, 3426 Navarre Ave., on Oct. 16.

• Someone entered an unlocked house in the 2600 block of Northvale Dr. and left the dog out on Nov. 2.

• An unknown object was used to break a window in the concession stand at 5330 Seaman St. on Oct. 30. Nothing was taken.

• A door was pried open at Yeehas, 3150 Navarre Ave. and cash, cash registers and a computer were stolen on Oct. 30.

• Someone broke a bedroom window of an apartment in the 3100 block of Navarre Ave. on Nov. 1.

• Someone smashed a car window and took a purse containing cash on Nov. 2.

• A briefcase was stolen from a vehicle in the 5100 block of Bay Ridge CT. on Nov. 4.

• A trailer parked in a lot with padlocks on the hitch and back door was stolen in the 900 block of Isaac Street on Nov. 4.

• Someone tried to damage a window in the 3200 block of Eastmoreland Dr. on Nov. 5 by throwing timber at it.

• Someone broke into the IPOD case at Meijer, 1725 S. Wheeling St., and took six Ipods and fled without paying on Nov. 6.

• A bag containing a laptop computer, cash, camera, and prescriptions were stolen from a vehicle in the 3300 block of Navarre Ave. on Nov. 6.

• A wallet, phone, I.D.’s and cash were stolen from a car after its window was smashed in the 2900 block of Pickle Rd. on Nov. 7.

• suspects were seen taking partial steel coils from Co-Bar Corp., 1700 Landis Ave. on Nov. 8.

water crisis

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