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January 3, 2013

Police blotter, Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013

Friday

10:37 a.m. — Crash. McDonald’s West, 611 W. Market St. A vehicle driven by Teddi Rausch, 18, Winamac, was in a collision with a vehicle driven by Heather Billiard, 34, Logansport. There were no injuries. Logansport Police Department.

1:53 p.m. — Crash. East Market Street and Marleton Road. A vehicle driven by Cynthia Buffman, 23, Logansport, struck a vehicle driven by Judy Gilsinger, 58, Logansport. There were no injuries. LPD.

Saturday

12:13 a.m. — Theft. 300 block of Princeton Lane. A woman reported an ornamental Christmas flag and pole were taken from her residence. LPD.

2:03 p.m. — Crash. East Market Street and Cass Plaza. Vehicles driven by Jeffrey Pehman, 58, Logansport, and Melissa Kelly, 41, Twelve Mile, collided. Passengers James Owens, 45, Grenada, Miss., and Connie Owens, 54, Logansport, complained of neck pain but refused treatment. LPD.

5:41 p.m. — Crash. Fifth and East Market streets. A vehicle driven by Terri Thomas, 41, Logansport, was in a collision with e vehicle driven by Kenneth Napier, 38, Monticello, causing a collision with a vehicle driven by Dustin Schmicker, 30, Monticello. There were no injuries. LPD.

6:46 p.m. — Theft. West Colfax and Tanguy streets. A woman reported that someone stole 11 Hydrocane pills from her at her residence. LPD.

Sunday

4:46 p.m. — Criminal mischief. 1600 block of Clifton Avenue. A man reported someone broke several windows at a residence he owns and possibly stole tools. LPD.

Monday

2:05 p.m. — Non-vandalism. Kroeger Funeral Home, 711 E. Market St. Mark Penz, 71, Logansport, reported a blue pickup truck struck his vehicle while it was backing up and left the scene. There were no injuries. LPD.

3:03 p.m. — Crash. East Broadway and West Roselawn Drive. A vehicle driven by Ruth Pullen, 18, Logansport, was in a collision with a vehicle driven by Steven Hartleroad, 42, Peru. There were no injuries. LPD.

5:27 p.m. — Crash. 1400 block of Balsam Street. A vehicle driven by Jessica Sanchez, 22, Logansport, struck a parked car. There were no injuries. LPD.

10:16 p.m. — Crash. Lafayette Drive and George Street. A vehicle driven by Jacob Gribsby, 17, Logansport, struck a guard rail. There were no injuries. LPD.

Tuesday

2:08 p.m. — Arrest. Damien Albert Dolph, 22, Logansport, was arrested on a charge of criminal recklessness. LPD.

3:45 p.m. — Arrest. George Duane Leahy, 53, Logansport, was arrested on a charge of operating while intoxicated — refusal. LPD.

6:26 p.m. — Lost property. 100 block of 18th Street. A man reported his wallet and iPod missing from his residence. LPD.

6:52 p.m. — Arrest. Jonathan Patrick Ramos, 27, Peru, was arrested on court order. Cass County Sheriff’s Department.

9:15 p.m. — Arrest. Samuel J. Siders, 51, Peru, was arrested on a reissued warrant for hunting antlerless deer without a license, illegal taking of deer. CCSD.

10:19 p.m. — Crash. Third Street and East Linden Avenue. A vehicle driven by Jennifer Conn, 30, Logansport, was struck by a red passenger car, which left the scene. There were no injuries. LPD.

11:32 p.m. — Arrest. Jacob Joshua Smith, 19, Logansport, was arrested on charges of possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia. CCSD.

Wednesday

3:20 a.m. — Arrest. Monn Arthur Sanders, 21, Peru, was arrested on a charge of violation of work release. CCSD.

3:21 a.m. — Arrest. Dwayne Lee Lyons, 20, Peru, was arrested on a charge of violation of work release. CCSD.

 

FIRE REPORTS

Tuesday

5:49 p.m. — Fire alarm. 1100 block of 19th Street. Logansport Fire Department.

9:36 p.m. — Crash. Logansport Road and 800 East. A semi-truck attempted to turn. There were no injuries. New Waverly Fire Department.

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