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Police/Fire

June 18, 2013

Police blotter,

FRIDAY

3:53 p.m. – Crash. Third and Gate streets. McKenna Harmon, 22, Logansport, struck the rear end of a vehicle driven by Sandra Osornio, 27, Logansport. There were no injuries. Logansport Police Department.

5:17 p.m. – Crash. 18th and Smead streets. Gina Curl, 42, Logansport, and Fernando Garcia, 21, Logansport, were involved in an accident. There were no injuries. LPD.

10:10 p.m. – Crash. 900 block of West Miami Avenue. Steven A. Downs, 23, Logansport, backed into a motorcycle owned by Michael E. Downs, 21, Logansport. The motorcycle fell over and damaged vehicle owned by Krista A. Downs, 21, Logansport. LPD.

SATURDAY

10:31 a.m. – Theft. 900 block of Wheatland Avenue. Tim Flora, 52, Logansport, reported the theft of two green metal lawn chairs. LPD.

SUNDAY

1:58 p.m. – Theft. Damien Dolph, 22, Logansport, reported his bicycle was stolen from Tower Park while he was swimming. LPD.

11:30 p.m. – Theft. 2400 block of High Street. Susan Layer, 49, Logansport, reported several items were stolen from her residence. LPD.

SATURDAY

11:57 a.m. – Medical assist. 1834 E. 350 North Cass County Fire District/ New Waverly Fire Department.

12:43 p.m. – First responder call. 611 W. Market St. Logansport Fire Department.

2:02 p.m. – Water rescue call. Eel River by Market Street bridge. LFD.

SUNDAY

12:52 a.m. – First responder call. Walnut Avenue and Maplewood Drive. LFD.

4:57 p.m. – First responder call. 17th Street and Erie Avenue LFD.

5:05 p.m. – Medical assist. 7585 Ridgeway Place. CCFD/NWFD.

5:54 p.m. – Medical assist. 1 Golfview Drive. CCFD/NWFD.

MONDAY

11:10 a.m. – First responder. 300 Cass Plaza Drive. LFD.

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