Delphos Blotter

Press Release from the Delphos Police Department

On 6-13-2019 officers were dispatched to the 200 block of W. 6th St, to investigate a possible assault. Officers spoke with a male at the residence who stated that a female was babysitting his children and had struck them out of anger. After speaking with the children and the babysitter it did not appear that any charges would be pursued.

On 6-14-2019 officers were sent to the 900 block of Spencerville Rd, in reference to a missing juvenile complaint. Officers got the information the juvenile and he was entered into a law enforcement database as being missing. On 6-17-2019 the juvenile was located staying at a friend’s residence. He was picked up and returned to his mother.

On 6-14-2019 Delphos officers were notified of a possible child abuse/domestic assault incident in the 400 block of S. Canal St. Officers spoke with both a father and his daughter about the complaint. It was determined that nothing was actively taking place, therefore a report was sent to Children’s Services for a follow-up investigation.

On 6-14-2019 officers responded to the 1000 block of Lima Ave, after receiving a complaint that someone had tried to gain entry into the complainant’s residence. Officers spoke with the resident and found that a screen was damaged on the outside of the residence by an unknown person or object.

On 6-16-2019 officers were dispatched to a one vehicle crash at E. 3rd and N. Franklin streets. Officers arrived and made contact with the driver, Aaron Honigford, of Delphos. During the investigation of the crash officers found probable cause to cite Honigford for operating the vehicle while intoxicated. Honigford was issued a citation for OVI and Failure to Maintain Control. He will appear in Lima Municipal Court to face the charges.

On 6-16-2019 officers took a report from a male who wished to document that his children were left unattended for a short time by their mother. The female told officers that she left for a short period of time to run errands.

On 6-17-2019 a male came to the police department requesting a Criminal trespass order be served on two males whom he no longer wants at his residence. Officers explained the procedure and initiated the paperwork.

On 6-17-2019 officers were dispatched to the 200 block of Holland Ave, in reference to a Theft incident. Officers arrived and found that an a/c condenser was stolen from the property where a residence is being remodeled. The incident remains under investigation.

On 6-18-2019 officers took a report from a male who was the victim of a Theft. The male, whose vehicle was parked at his place of employment, stated that someone entered the vehicle and items were removed from inside. The theft was captured on surveillance video and officers are working to identify the suspect.

On 6-18-2019 a female contacted the police department to report an incident at a business on W. 5th St. The female told officers that an argument ensued between her and a male that she confronted about texting her daughter. The female stated that the male threw a drink on her and left the business. The male admitted to throwing the beverage, but stated that the female was becoming aggressive towards him.

On 6-19-2019 officers on patrol conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle and found that the driver, Christopher Patrick, of Lima, was operating the vehicle on a suspended driver’s license. Patrick was issued a citation and will appear in Lima Municipal Court to face the charge of a License Forfeiture Suspension.

On 6-20-2019 officers were sent to the 700 block of W. 3rd St, for an Ungovernable Juvenile. Officers arrived and spoke with the juvenile and his parents. After speaking with each person it was determined that the 17 year old would be charged with Ungovernable Juvenile. The report was forwarded to the Juvenile Court for charges.

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