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Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 17 September 2009 16:10

Lake Twp.
Crime log – Troy C. Manning, 33, Walbridge, was charged with burglary and possession of drugs Sept. 13 after allegedly breaking into a residence in the 3000 block of Ayers Road. Police said the victim was known to Manning.
• Brennen C. Brooks, 19, Maumee, was charged Sept. 10 with criminal damage after he allegedly ran over some trees with his vehicle at the Owens Lake Apartments complex.
•Silver coins, a bottle of water, and ball cap were reported stolen Sept. 11 from a home in the 27000 block of Luckey Road.
• Two 17-year-old males were charged with theft and underage consumption Sept. 10 at the 3000 block of Eastpointe Drive.
• A GPS unit was reported stolen Sept. 15 from a truck parked at the Super 8 Motel.
• A pick-up truck that had been reported stolen in Sandusky County was recovered Sept. 15.
• Diesel fuel valued at $549 was reported stolen in a drive-off incident Sept. 12 at the Petro Truckstop.
• The Pilot service station on Sept. 13 reported a drive-off theft of $8.62 worth of gasoline.

Lake Twp. – Police plan to charge a Perrysburg man with burglary after he allegedly entered a Lakeview Drive residence and removed a phone.

A warrant was issued for Michael A. Pegish, 38, after the incident on Sept. 7. A warrant for his arrest had been previously issued in Lucas County on a different matter.
• A semi-trailer containing 44,000 pounds of frozen turkeys was reported stolen Sept. 7 from a truckstop on Latcha Road.
• Thomas R. Cooley, 27, Genoa, was charged Sept. 6 with obstructing official business after police responded to a call from a woman of an unwanted male in her home.
• Two windows were reported shattered Sept. 5 at the Marco’s Pizza on Woodville Road. Value $2,000.
• Gary L. Isbell, 53, Curtice, was charged Sept. 1 with violating a protection order after allegedly sending letters to his ex-wife. The letters reportedly said he would not pay support for her unless she dropped charges against him.

 
Suburban Crime log
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 10 September 2009 14:03

Lake Twp. – Police plan to charge a Perrysburg man with burglary after he allegedly entered a Lakeview Drive residence and removed a phone.

A warrant was issued for Michael A. Pegish, 38, after the incident on Sept. 7. A warrant for his arrest had been previously issued in Lucas County on a different matter.
• A semi-trailer containing 44,000 pounds of frozen turkeys was reported stolen Sept. 7 from a truckstop on Latcha Road.
• Thomas R. Cooley, 27, Genoa, was charged Sept. 6 with obstructing official business after police responded to a call from a woman of an unwanted male in her home.
• Two windows were reported shattered Sept. 5 at the Marco’s Pizza on Woodville Road. Value $2,000.
• Gary L. Isbell, 53, Curtice, was charged Sept. 1 with violating a protection order after allegedly sending letters to his ex-wife. The letters reportedly said he would not pay support for her unless she dropped charges against him.

 
Metro
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 03 September 2009 13:40

OREGON – A digital camera, Ipod and laptop computer was stolen from an unlocked vehicle in the 1800 block of Lilias Drive on Aug. 26.
• Someone pried molding off a door in the 800 block of S. Coy Road on Aug. 12 in an attempt to enter a home but did not gain entry.
• A GPS unit was stolen from a truck that was broken into in the 1900 block of Woodville Road on Aug. 16.
• Two guns and a video game system were stolen from an unlocked home in the 2100 block of Oakdale Avenue on Aug. 16.
• Unknown suspects entered a home in the 3200 block of Wick Dr. on Aug. 7 and stole a purse and jewelry. A window to a van was also broken.
• Someone broke a glass door to make entry to the New Harvest Church, 3540  Seaman St. on Aug. 25 and stole a bank with approximately $75.

 

 
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