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On 9-6-2019 officers were sent to the 300 block of 8th St, for a female threatening to harm herself. Officers located the female and called for Delphos EMS to transport her for treatment.

On 9-6-2019 Delphos Police officers began investigating the report of two recreational travel trailers that were missing from a location where they were being stored. Officers soon located one of the trailers and found that it was moved at the request of the property owner on which it was sitting. The other camper has not been located and was entered into a law enforcement database as stolen.

On 9-8-2019 officers were sent to a residence in the 700 block of W. Clime St, for an unwanted guest. Officers arrived and met with the female who was being asked to leave. While speaking with her officers observed her to be in possession of drug paraphernalia. The female, 38 year old Lacy Sheets, of Delphos, was taken into custody and transported to the Van Wert County Jail. Suspected methamphetamine's were also located in Sheets possession and she will face additional charges once testing on those substances is completed.

On 9-8-2019 officers took a report from a male who stated that a fire safe was missing from his residence. The safe contained important documents and monies. There was no reported forced entry into the residence. The incident remains under investigation.

On 9-9-2019 officers came into contact with a male who had an active warrant out of Putnam County. The male, 42 year old Chad German of Delphos, was taken into custody and transferred to a Deputy from Putnam County.

On 9-9-2019 the owner of a business on Elida Ave. reported a Theft incident. The owner told officers that an employee has been stealing money from the business for several months. The store owner turned over all evidence he had of the theft’s and the case will continue to be investigated by the detective Bureau.

On 9-9-2019 officers responded to the 300 block of W. 8th St, for a report of an assault. Upon arrival officers met with the victim. She stated that a female known to her entered her residence and began assaulting her. Family members stopped the assault and made the female leave. The incident remains under investigation.

On 9-9-2019 officers were dispatched to the 100 block of Hunt St, for a missing person report. Family members at this residence stated that a female had left the residence and not returned. Officers checked multiple locations, but did not locate the female. Her information was entered into a law enforcement database for missing persons. On 9-12-2019 the female did return home and stated that she was gone on her own accord.

On 9-10-2019 officers spoke to a female who stated that she wished to have another female criminally trespassed from her residence. Officers advised her of the Criminal Trespass procedure.

On 9-11-2019 the owner of an apartment building on N. Main St, contacted the police department in regards to several individuals who he no longer wanted visiting the building. Criminal Trespass pass forms were signed on each person and will be served, banning them from the building.

On 9-12-2019 officers were dispatched to W. Cleveland St, near N. Main St, for a grain wagon that had flipped on its side. Officers arrived and found that a wheel had snapped off of the grain wagon, which was fully loaded with soy beans, causing it to flip over. The roadway was closed for approximately three hours while clean-up was performed. The grain wagon was the only thing that sustained any damage.

On 9-13-2019 officers took a Theft report from a male in the 500 block of W. 1st. The male told officers that his Ruger handgun has been missing since January and he believes now that it is stolen. Information was gathered on the handgun to be entered into a law enforcement database as stolen.

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